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NSA is the real rogue

Bryan Clark Since the scandal over broad domestic surveillance

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Wearing the gumboots

Author’s note: My parallel universe (tractor repair) has been keeping

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West Virginia is nothing if not a dual-natured state. On

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Our state has a unique history

West Virginia does, in fact, have an amazing history. Residents

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My name is Paul Jackson and I have so many

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The heaven I call home

On June 20, 1863, West Virginia became the 35th state

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Jefferson County residents fought for Union

On this, the 150th commemoration of the United States Colored

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Of grease and sheds

Note: Surprise breakdowns and hay field emergencies have made it

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Hungry for a special breakfast?  Think quiche

KEARNEYSVILLE – When you hear the word quiche, don’t draw

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Watch your step when you walk in the woods

It’s always a good idea to watch where you place

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