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The destruction of knowledge

September 28, 2014 It's laudable that Oak Glen High School is replacing its library with a more modern media center. more »»

Know your candidates

September 27, 2014 The leaves are falling and the candidate signs are going up. The Nov. 4 general election is a little more than five weeks away. more »»

Enjoy autumn with River Fest

September 26, 2014 The air is getting cooler, the leaves are changing colors and area residents are beginning the celebration of the autumn season with this weekend’s annual New Cumberland Fall River Fest. more »»

Ensure the war can be won

September 25, 2014 When our armed forces go to war — and make no mistake about it, they have — Americans rally in support. more »»

Fire hydrants need to be reliable

September 24, 2014 Nearly one-third of the fire hydrants in New Cumberland now bear tags indicating they are out of service. more »»

More work needed in fight against domestic violence

September 23, 2014 The federal Violence Against Women Act, which was enacted in September 1994, is celebrating its 25th anniversary. more »»

Support your local United Way

September 22, 2014 Our local communities have always been known to come together and support each other when the need arises. more »»

The Coach left his mark on many

September 21, 2014 Most of us hope to make a mark on the lives of others, beginning with our family. Some of us achieve leaving a mark on our place of employment or our neighborhood. more »»

Chamber event to be festive

September 20, 2014 The air is getting cooler the leaves have started to change color. more »»

Cooler temps bring hot events

September 19, 2014 Cooler temperatures and shorter days don't mean the fun of fairs and festivals has to end. more »»

Help ourselves while helping others

September 18, 2014 It's pleasing, as Americans, to see the nation step into the fight against the spread of the Ebola virus in West Africa with both feet. more »»

Compromise still needed on Chester golf cart issue

September 17, 2014 Chester City Council rescinded an almost-two-year-old law Monday, lifting a ban on the use of golf carts on all city streets. more »»

Teaching West Virginia’s kids to read

September 16, 2014 When children cannot read well, they fail in school and usually, later in life. West Virginia Gov. more »»

Be safe this homecoming season

September 15, 2014 The first big social event for area high schoolers begins this weekend. more »»

Remember the nation’s foundation

September 14, 2014 It was 227 years ago this Wednesday that a group of men gathered in Philadelphia and created our Constitution. more »»

There must be heart along with words, Mr. President

September 13, 2014 President Obama, usually the fiery orator of hope, delivered his strategy for eliminating the Islamic State's threat to world security Wednesday evening in what was an address that was as important... more »»

Fair to bring oldtime fun

September 12, 2014 Tradition is a big component of the Hancock County Oldtime Fair, which kicks off today, and will run through Sunday, at Tomlinson Run State Park. more »»

Strive for the freedom of old

September 11, 2014 Children who were infants on Sept. 11, 2001, are now teenagers. Yet, for those who were adults or old enough to remember, the day is indelible on the memory, and on the psyche of the nation. more »»

Tillman presentation is rare opportunity

September 10, 2014 It is a rare occasion when we have the opportunity to learn about moments of historical significance from a person who actually participated in the even. more »»

Obama: Is it a crisis or a politicial football?

September 9, 2014 President Obama is consistently making himself and his points of view more insignificant the further we go into his second term. more »»

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