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

Monday December 25, 1989And finally it's Christmas.A time for remembrance of happy Christmas past, for enjoying happy Christmas present, of anticipation of happy Christmas future.Ninety-two years ago, Francis Church of The New York Sun wrote an editorial as a reply to a letter from an 8 year ...

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

Monday December 25, 1989And finally it's Christmas.A time for remembrance of happy Christmas past, for enjoying happy Christmas present, of anticipation of happy Christmas future.Ninety-two years ago, Francis Church of The New York Sun wrote an editorial as a reply to a letter from an 8 year ...

Editorial for December 11

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. People passing by on the streets with children by their sides and smiles on their faces. Store fronts decorated for the season and doors ...

Editorial for December 4

The holiday season (Thanksgiving through Christmas and New Years Day) is the most favorite time of the year for many people. The cold air, the seasonal smells, the wonderful family meals, and the joy of just being around the ones we love makes it so!Yes, this season of the year is wonderful. ...

Editorial for November 27

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. Americans although sperated in a way which may only be equaled by todays perilous policitical division still found a way to ...

Editorial for November 20

Covering the latest impeachment hearings is much better than "DAYS OF OUR LIVES" it's total nonsence. It's a real fairy tale to think or actually believe it really matters.There is no doubt, it's a foregone conclusion, it is really going to happen, the House of Representatives will impeach ...

Editorial for November 13

Veterans Day is upon us, and we should take time on this day to honor and celebrate those who served this country.In 1919, President Woodrow Wilson declared November 11th as Armistice Day to commemorate the first anniversary of the end of World War I, which ended on the 11th hour, of the 11th ...

Editorial for November 6

Some where along the line good always overcomes evil. With the world we live in, it seems as through we mostly hear of the bad things happening with very little effort put forth to relay the good to the masses. Recent news that another Coal Baron has filed for bankruptcy brings tears to the ...

Editorial for November 6

Some where along the line good always overcomes evil. With the world we live in, it seems as through we mostly hear of the bad things happening with very little effort put forth to relay the good to the masses. Recent news that another Coal Baron has filed for bankruptcy brings tears to the ...

Small Town Might Just Be At It’s Best

While many say small town America is dying with no hope for revival, some communities would beg to differ! Although there are many concerns and problems to address, one thing is certain, you can't take away community pride.During the past few weeks New Martinsville has been alive and kicking ...