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Dictating lunch menu is misguided

May 30, 2014 While it's laudable to care about the health of school children, it's also, unfortunately, a little laughable when it's the federal government trying to dictate daily lunch menus in schools. more »»

Express thoughts on bypass proposal

May 29, 2014 For many years discussions have been held about ways to better manage traffic through portions of New Cumberland. more »»

Juvenile detention still a problem

May 28, 2014 State officials in charge of juvenile detention in West Virginia may have a whole new appreciation of the phrase "out of the frying pan and into the fire. more »»

Safeguard our children

May 27, 2014 Sexual predators eager to victimize children are threats everywhere, even in West Virgini. more »»

Remember the true meaning

May 26, 2014 We hope everyone will take a few moments to think about the meaning of what Americans are asked to remember toda. more »»

Get active this summer

May 25, 2014 As summer approaches, with the psychological start coming with Memorial Day weekend, visions of outdoor activities fill most people's heads. more »»

School safety set to increase

May 24, 2014 Safety in our schools is always on our minds these days. more »»

Take time to remember

May 23, 2014 Memorial Day is about commemoration of sacrifice, the ultimate sacrifice soldiers, Marines, airmen, sailors and Coast Guardsmen and women have made while protecting the freedoms we enjoy as Americans. more »»

Require audits of state agencies

May 22, 2014 Most fringe benefits provided by employers have at least some value, and that means the Internal Revenue Service wants to know about them. more »»

Enjoy the Fort concert series

May 21, 2014 This year's installment of the summer concert series at the Louis and Sandra Berkman Amphitheater at Historic Fort Steuben begins Thursday. more »»

Check out a local concert

May 20, 2014 The air is warming up and local residents are looking for things to do in the community, especially activities to gather with families and friends. more »»

Sheriff’s department goes the extra mile

May 19, 2014 All too often, we take for granted the work performed by our local law enforcement officials. more »»

Showcasing our athletic history

May 18, 2014 Excitement returned to the former Jimmy Carey Stadium recently with the announcement of a community project aimed at paying tribute to those Weirton residents who have made it to the pinnacle of the... more »»

75 years strong

May 17, 2014 Today is a big day for First Choice America Community Federal Credit Union and the thousands upon thousands who have been members throughout its history. more »»

Changes, low turnout mark election

May 16, 2014 There will be a few new faces stepping up to the table of local government following Tuesday's primary election in West Virgini. more »»

A peek into the future

May 15, 2014 There have been many changes in Hancock County’s education in recent years, with upgrades in technology, new facilities and buildings all aimed at better preparing students for the futur. more »»

There is still time on the clock

May 14, 2014 Budget deficits in this day and age happen to governments from big-spending Washington to cash-strapped struggling industrial communities. We get tha. more »»

Think safe this graduation season

May 13, 2014 College and high school seniors in the next couple weeks will be preparing to enter another part of their life. more »»

Get out and vote Tuesday

May 12, 2014 Tuesday is election day in West Virginia, and no matter how you feel about the candidates or the issues on the ballot, the important thing is for you to get out there and cast your vote. more »»

Happy Mother’s Day

May 11, 2014 The bond between mother and child fulfills the most basic need of human nature: To be loved, believed and nurtured. more »»

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