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Roundabouts squared

It’s interesting to consider the subject of a roundabout

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This Easter, create your feast the easy way

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Little agreement on big bills could mean summer session

The 60-day session of the 2013 West Virginia Legislature passed

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Gun fever on the Kanawha

“We had to destroy the town in order to save

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The right to due process

I disagree with Rand Paul about many things, but his

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Gitmo observance offers a look at military hearings

I had the opportunity last month to travel to Guantanamo

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Twin pressures: It all comes down to time, money

My sweet Aunt Inez died a little more than a

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The last Confederate general

It’s the first day of spring or the Vernal Equinox.

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On small farms, everything is coming up regulators

I am a big fan of supporting local agriculture. Small

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Less fawning, more hard questions

According to his office’s press release, West Virginia Attorney

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