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Big cats, Old Glory and other thoughts on apple growing

I recently heard from a caller requesting information about apple

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Interim meetings do next year’s session prepare

Members of the West Virginia Legislature open the first three-day

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Taking a bite out of scandal

Admittedly, my television viewing habits aren’t strictly PBS with its

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Adieu from Kearneysville columnists

It is with regret I contribute one last column following

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Time to celebrate joy of running for your good health

SHEPHERDSTOWN – I had the privilege to speak for the

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Ag office, high court, this election season’s top races

The public’s attention at next week’s primary election is

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Attracting new customers on a budget, Part II

If you missed part one of this column, I discussed

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Age of ideas, tools and trucks passing

  Maybe it’s just me — it usually is —

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Ethics ruling sets limits for citizen legislators

A recent decision by the West Virginia Ethics Commission that

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What you’re really selling: the customer experience

Over the past few months we’ve made some interesting observations

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