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Koch-funded front groups don’t want you knowing who they are

Wendy McCuskey’s op-ed in this past Sunday’s The Charleston Gazette illustrates an important problem in West Virginia, but not the one identified in her piece.

Democrats demonstrate they just don’t get job creation

The West Virginia legislative session in Charleston is now over — the first session in more than 80 years with a Republican majority in both houses.

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Historic Washington home has a ‘Happy’ future

The Washington influence in this area goes back to the days of George Washington as a surveyor.

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W.Va. lawmakers are after a cure for what doesn’t ail us

Perhaps the best measure of the nitwittedness of West Virginia legislators is that, at a time when the evils supposedly caused by the federal debt and deficits are utterly absent — economic stagnation, skyrocketing inflation, soaring interest rates and — horror of horrors — “debasement of the currency,” (I won’t even discuss national bankruptcy, which is literally impossible) the Legislature is passing a resolution to convene a constitutional convention for the purpose of requiring a balanced federal budget.

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Lay away plan: Event lets shoppers scope out the cute chicks

Mostly gone are the days of parents naively gifting baby chicks on Easter and then not knowing what to do with them.

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Residents from the Shiloh subdivision told Jefferson school board members Monday night that the school system’s new bus garage is destroying their homes.

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DECIDING ON CHARLES TOWN’S LEADERS

Ward I’s Mark Reinhart and two other incumbents are seeking re-election to the Charles Town City Council in the nonpartisan municipal election set for May 28.

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A national executive search firm next week will start preliminary interviews with those hoping to become Jefferson County’s next schools superintendent.

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West Virginia will face first-time NCAA Tournament participant Buffalo on Friday in Columbus, Ohio, in an intriguing 5-12 matchup in the Midwest Region.

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On a cold night on Tobacco Road, North Carolina and Duke went back and forth in an overtime college basketball thriller.

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