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‘W e have met the enemy’

The framers of our Constitution believed in freedom and were

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Progress on the farm

Since this is a column in the farm section, we

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Amount of waste from farm to plate is food for thought

Putting a meal on the table for a husband and

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When laws are like a box of chocolates

The West Virginia Legislature completed its 2013 session over

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Grate expectations

The Old Hippie (aka wife, Stephanie) is pawing away in

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Spring peas? Smart diners, cooks answer: ‘Yes, please!’

KEARNEYSVILLE – Peas, Peas, Peas. Peas are rich in fiber,

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West Virginia, more isolated than ever?

Early in the last century West Virginia was a

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Tomblin opposes House’s tolls bill

One of the key unexpected pieces of legislation that

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Gun rights are rights for all

The issue of local gun control laws is one

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Teen court gives wayward youth a jury of their peers

Imagine making a poor decision that could change the course

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