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Congress unites on Fed audit

These days, it is difficult to find issues on which there is bipartisan agreement – especially in Congress.

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Right to work law is the right move for workers

Boone County in West Virginia is a long way from Jefferson County.

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Disappointing end to deer season

The 2014 deer seasons come to an end today and it’s been a rough year for most hunters.

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U.S. dollar’s ‘good as gold’ is good for nothing

According to the Irish rock band U2, “nothing changes New Year’s Day.”

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Murphy Farm was celebrated as a ‘refuge from racism’

The Murphy Farm was already considered hallowed ground when the members of the Niagara Movement in 1906 removed their shoes to visit the engine house where John Brown was captured following his unsuccessful raid on Harpers Ferry in October 1859.

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’Tis the season of song and faith

Christmas is upon us and so is the music and song.

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First Catholic priest in colonial America had ties to Middleway

A young Catholic priest who visited the area that is now the Priest Field Pastoral Center is being considered for canonization as a Catholic saint.

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Luminaries light up the night, remember those we have lost

Luminaries light up the approach to the Hospice of the Panhandle’s education center in Kearneysville on Sunday.

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Education is key to success and leads to a rewarding quality of life

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I hope that you had a great Thanksgiving holiday and that you have a lot to be thankful for. O

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