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Schools bill doesn’t add up for education lobby

The governor’s highly touted legislation to overhaul West Virginia’s

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Sticks and stones may break my bones

Every five years or so, the PC police turn their

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Reunion puts Potato Hill’s rich legacy in the spotlight

More than 300 neighbors, friends and others reunited last fall

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Delays on the road to roads funding

One of the issues that won’t be on the agenda

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A church in the wildwood

Author’s note: Dear reader, please suffer me one more trip

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Let’s all invest in the future of W.Va.

On Wednesday, I delivered the annual State of the

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Lawmakers are promising big fixes, but no new taxes

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin made it abundantly clear during

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Glorious moments — and a season of reflection

On Feb. 9, a unique event occurred in Harpers

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Layering, peeling for onion weather

Onion weather — it’s a term that I haven’t heard

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At breakfast or in recipes, oatmeal is a go-to grain

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