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From the Pulpit: Who am I?

February 9, 2014 Consider the lyrics to "Who Am I," from "Les Miserables": "Who am I? Can I conceal myself for evermore? Pretend I'm not the man I was before? And must my name until I die be no more than an alibi?... more »»

Tales of pirates and Pirates

February 9, 2014 There’s been plenty of talk about pirates in the air during the past few days. more »»

Just another day ... not a big deal

February 9, 2014 I learned early on in our relationship that Better Half was not easy to buy for, the complete opposite of the consumer category he puts me in — the me, me, me, give me this, give me that divisio. more »»

Guest column/Dreams allow our lives to be more productive

February 9, 2014 One of the most outstanding speeches ever to be made by anyone was Dr. Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech on Aug. 28, 1963, in Washington, D.C. more »»

Harrison County events prevail

February 9, 2014 I traveled to Harrison County twice last week, and both were enjoyable enough sessions as not to seem like work. more »»

Guest column/Bipartisanship would benefit Eastern Ohioans

February 9, 2014 Eastern Ohioans have always worked hard and taken responsibility. more »»

Making it all even with injuries

February 8, 2014 When my mother calls me on any weekday afternoon, she always asks what I'm doing. Usually, what I am doing is working, being that I'm a quasi-adult person with a job. more »»

Little kids are very tough

February 8, 2014 When my mother calls me on any weekday afternoon, she always asks what I’m doing. Usually, what I am doing is working, being that I’m a quasi-adult person with a job. more »»

A tour our local foodies would love

February 2, 2014 As you may have noticed in the pages of today’s newspaper, a new — but limited — event will be coming to Weirton in the coming weeks. more »»

Legislative column: Studying the issue carefully

February 2, 2014 This week was a busy week for members of the West Virginia Senate. more »»

Legislative column: Things are moving fast in the Legislature

February 2, 2014 We are quickly approaching the halfway point of the 2014 Regular Sessio. more »»

From the Pulpit: Trust and obey, there is no other way

February 2, 2014 Just my luck. I get to write for the Pulpit Series without knowing who won the Super Bowl or if the Ground Hog saw his shadow. more »»

Community spirit alive, well

February 2, 2014 When you look at many of the stories that are in today’s edition, you’ll find several items that help make our area a good place to live. more »»

The Christmas cookies are finally gone

February 2, 2014 So here it is — Groundhog Day and the start of a new month. more »»

Guest column/Remembering the sacrifices of Nelson Mandela

February 2, 2014 Once again we have embarked upon the commemoration of African-American culture and histor. more »»

Time to play picture catch-up

February 2, 2014 When I opened the Sunday lifestyles page and saw my column without photos, I thought it must be copy from the State of the Union address. more »»

Concerned about our driving

February 1, 2014 My mother is terrified of my driving. more »»

Maybe we should skip the Olympics

January 26, 2014 The Olympic games in Sochi, Russia are only a few weeks away, but the usual excitement doesn’t seem to be there. more »»

Legislative column: Looking out for labor

January 26, 2014 Work continues here in Charleston under the golden dome as the West Virginia Legislature enters it's third week of the 2014 Regular Session. more »»

Legislative column: Protecting the citizens from unfair costs

January 26, 2014 As the session gets up and running, many residents in the Northern Panhandle have brought to my attention changes going into effect because of the Biggert-Waters Insurance Reform and Modernization... more »»

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