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One “Flu” Over The Cuckoo’s Nest

April 8, 2020 Effective last week most areas of exercise, including the walking trails in Paden City and Sistersville were closed. For many, it seems to be an extreme measure, but to others it had to happen. more »»

‘Take a Step Back’

April 1, 2020 It’s hard to believe, but in just a week, normal life has ground to a halt. Businesses deemed nonessential by the state government are closed. Classrooms sit empty. more »»

The Checks in the Mail

March 25, 2020 We all stood back waiting for it to happen, hoping and praying it would not. more »»

The Plain Sense

March 18, 2020 With the COVID-19, now spreading throughout the U.S., and many cases still undetected, Americans are reacting to the virus in varying ways. Some are being smart while others are not. more »»

The Truth Be Told

March 11, 2020 A newspaper can and may write about controversial issues or people, for it is a right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America. more »»

Spring Cleaning is Needed

March 4, 2020 The unmatched beauty of the West Virginia hills begins to emerge this month as the trees begin to leaf and blossoms appear on the hillsides. more »»

The Good Old Days

February 26, 2020 Just a stroll through town the other evening brought back precious memories. Memories of days past; a time when life seemed so long and time stood still. more »»

Editorial for February 19

February 19, 2020 The weekly fish fry at the Catholic Church at Klug Hall in New Martinsville during Lent is amazing. more »»

Hearts and Flour

February 11, 2020 As I licked the stamp on the Valentine for my mother, I became conscious once more of a vague sense of unease and disquiet. more »»

Ten Dollars Worth Of Coversation

February 5, 2020 The restaurant is the best place to learn civic lessons. Go in for a dollar cup of coffee, and you’ll get ten dollar’s worth of conversation. more »»

Never Say Never

January 29, 2020 I grew up playing outside in the sun. My father was a heavy smoker and my grandparents both smoked, my whole family smoked. Our house was not smoke free. more »»

You Diet and Exercise and The Fat Vanishes - But Where Does It Go?

January 22, 2020 Was there a deficiency in the diet of mountain women of old which made them crave fat? U.S. Sen. Robert C. more »»

Paden City Council Should Listen To Citizens Concerns

January 15, 2020 All to often people are elected or put into office on the false hope that they will do the will of the people. When in reality their only agenda is to satisfy their own egos. more »»

Stay Positive This New Year: It’s 2020!

January 8, 2020 As Mr. Rogers use to say on his daily TV show, “happiness is contagious.” I believe that’s the feeling we all want, we want to be happy and productive. more »»

“Newspapers Are Good Business in West Virginia!”

December 31, 2019 The true value of public notices A new government report presented to the West Virginia Legislature recommends removing public notices from your community newspaper and placing them on a state... more »»

Mother and Daddy Couldn’t Afford It —But Santa Could

December 24, 2019 Monday December 25, 1989 And finally it’s Christmas. A time for remembrance of happy Christmas past, for enjoying happy Christmas present, of anticipation of happy Christmas future. more »»

Mother and Daddy Couldn’t Afford It —But Santa Could

December 24, 2019 Monday December 25, 1989 And finally it’s Christmas. A time for remembrance of happy Christmas past, for enjoying happy Christmas present, of anticipation of happy Christmas future. more »»

Editorial for December 11

December 11, 2019 It was a beautiful day in the neighborhood! Saturday, the downtown portion of our small community of New Martinsville came up big. It looked like days of old. more »»

Editorial for December 4

December 4, 2019 The holiday season (Thanksgiving through Christmas and New Years Day) is the most favorite time of the year for many people. more »»

Editorial for November 27

November 26, 2019 Perhaps the most tresured of all national holidays started in1863 by the signing of a proclamation from Abraham Lincoln as the Civil War was still dividing the nation. more »»

 
 
 

 

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