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Former U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas once wrote that West Virginia is a colony — a place where outside exploiters bleed away mineral... [Read More]
I must take issue with two points made in the Aug. 11 editorial titled "Finish Mueller probe this month." [Read More]
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There was a TV commercial not long ago — never mind the company; OK, it was Staples — that shows a dad gleefully dancing in... [Read More]
I'm disappointed but not surprised by the editorial written on Aug. 16. In it, the writers basically proved the President's assertion that the media is... [Read More]
Regarding August 16 "Press Watchdogs" editorial: That is your opinion. [Read More]
In regard to your editorial on August 16th concerning the President's attacks on Fake News: You lost me when you stated that CNN occasionally put... [Read More]
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District Judge Deborah Evans in Palestine Tuesday indefinitely postponed the evidentiary hearing for Death Row prisoner Robert Roberson. [Read More]
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President Donald Trump's aggressive stand toward Turkey, which is waning as a reliable American ally and waxing as an authoritarian state, is both necessary and... [Read More]
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We'll confess to having grown a tad weary of the continuing kerfuffles concerning Richmond's controversial Confederate monuments, especially those along the appropriately named avenue. But... [Read More]
When President Barack Obama nominated Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court eight months before the 2016 election, Republicans insisted that the Senate must wait... [Read More]
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The latest installment will kick off Sept. 17 with "a fresh new look and an expanded team of contributors and insight from the editorial team... [Read More]
Gov. Ralph Northam and his fellow Virginia Democrats are about to do what Democrats were born to do: raising taxes and spending other people's money.... [Read More]
In buses, trucks, cars and on trains, the Valley came to Sacramento on Monday. They set up tents and tables, hauled in tubs of water... [Read More]
IN MAY, police in Culpeper reported that a man in his 80s got confused and drove his pickup truck along a park walking trail. No... [Read More]
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When it comes to selecting coaches for sports teams at public schools, seniority rules. Its a problem that requires attention. At Hutchinson... [Read More]
Water is often taken for granted until the day it stops flowing. Wisely, the Town of Tonawanda has no intention of letting that day arrive... [Read More]
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This Pat Bagley cartoon appears in The Salt Lake Tribune on Tuesday, Aug. 21, 2018. You can check out the past 10 Bagley editorial cartoons... [Read More]
Editor, This is to express appreciation for the selection of columnists you feature on your editorial page. [Read More]
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You may have heard about the "Drag Queen Story Hour" held last weekend in Columbus. It's become a popular event around the country. [Read More]
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It's exciting to see Columbus State University get bigger and better with each passing year. [Read More]
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