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Rotary Club honors Fuss
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The Charles Town City Police will be conducting a safety compliance checkpoint in the 14000 block of Charles Town Road on Thursday. The checkpoint will begin at 2 p.m. and conclude at 5 p.m. Motorists choosing to avoid the checkpoint may use Cattail Run Road to the new state Route 9 interchange as an alternate […]

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Editorial

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‘Yesterday, this day’s madness did prepare’ Thursday in Charleston, it’s expected a majority of the state Board of Education will again fire Jorea Marple, the highly regarded former principal and Kanawha County superintendent hired as state schools chief just 18 months ago. Board president Wade Linger now wants to ax Marple properly – with the […]

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Worth Noting

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“… As to commerce, two methods occur. 1. By friendly arrangements with the several nations with whom these restrictions exist: Or 2. By the separate act of our own legislatures for countervailing their effects. There can be no doubt that of these two, friendly arrangement is the most eligible. Instead of embarrassing commerce under piles […]

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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  ‘Deeply honored to be elected’    I am deeply honored to have been elected to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. My election would not have been possible without so many wonderful West Virginians who volunteered their time during this past year. So many were supportive, helpful and kind from the very first […]

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One of our time-honored traditions that has become part of our culture is that competition is good. Americans have an antipathy to monopoly. We believe that markets should be open and accessible in order to spur innovation. According to Wikipedia, competition law has been around since the Roman Empire. Here in the U.S., competition law […]

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WVUH-East needs another $1 million

‘Time Saves Lives’ enters home stretch’ MARTINSBURG – Officials from West Virginia University Hospitals East said last week that they are two-thirds of the way to their goal of raising $3 million necessary to improve hospital infrastructure. Through the “Time Saves Lives” campaign, launched in 2010 to patch a hole in its $30 million dollar-plus […]

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  Nov. 11   2:30 a.m. South Lawrence Street — Open door — Secured door   5:55 a.m. East 3rd Avenue, Ranson — Assist Ranson PD (disturbance) — Assistance rendered   7:08 a.m. Marlow Road — Alarm — Building secure   2:20 p.m. Augustine Avenue — Vehicle crash — Report taken   5:20 p.m. Route […]

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Nov. 6 – Nov. 12 Suspicious person Rumorz Post Office Preston Place Third Avenue at Railroad Avenue Disturbance Tony’s Pizza South Mildred Street North Marshall Street (two times) East Third Avenue APU 7-Eleven – Ranson Square (three times) Dairy Queen Apple Tree Gardens Roy Rogers Domestic Budget Inn Agency assist Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office – […]

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