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Letter to the Editor: What is going on in our backyard?

September 7, 2018 So what is going on in our backyards? I'm not usually inclined to be much of a conspiracy theorist, but there's a lot going on that's concerning me and others about the future of our rural homes in... more »»

Thank you from the Shepherdstown Public Library

August 17, 2018 The staff of the Shepherdstown Public Library would like to thank the following individuals who helped to make our "Libraries Rock!" summer reading program a success: Kaelynn Back, Sarah Barz, Amy... more »»

Thank you to Fourth of July Parade and Picnic volunteers

July 18, 2018 Letter to the Editor: It turned out to be awfully hot and humid for Shepherdstown's Fourth of July parade and picnic this year, but many people turned out and enjoyed themselves regardless. more »»

Respect the cemeteries

June 15, 2018 People’s attitudes and behavior in regards to cemeteries vary, from respect and reverence, to fear and disrespect that is displayed by inappropriate behavior in a cemetery. more »»

Thanks for 43 years as educator

June 1, 2018 I have been asked many times over this last year if I am retiring. For the longest time, it was “I’m not ready yet; no way. more »»

Attacks on Donna Joy are uncalled for

May 4, 2018 Today’s democracy upheld needs you—Each one, each one’s genuine self brought forth. more »»

Egalitarianism is the only true democracy

May 4, 2018 It is a well-known fact and “little-known” idea that the Democratic Party, the one largely adhered to and subscribed to by women, is the “feminine,” less warlike political party. more »»

Donna Joy is good choice for School Board

April 27, 2018 We are privileged to have several qualified candidates running for Jefferson County school board, but I wanted to take this opportunity to bring attention to a highly qualified individual who can... more »»

Every vote counts in the midterm primary election

April 20, 2018 Dear Jefferson County voter, If past history of voting participation in midterm elections is a forecaster, this year’s May 8 midterm 2018 primary election is a place where your individual vote can... more »»

Tech and young kids

April 6, 2018 Thanks to the organizers at the Shepherdstown Community Club, on March 17 I had the chance to be in the same room as eight candidates for the Jefferson County Board of Education. more »»

Thanks for article

April 6, 2018 Dear Shepherdstown Chronicle, I want to thank the Shepherdstown Chronicle for the wonderful article about The Bodice Project, written by Vanessa McGuigan, in the March 23 issue! The headline was... more »»

Open letter to Commissioners

April 6, 2018 Dear Commissioners Compton, Hudson, Noland, Onoszko and Tabb: On behalf of Jefferson County residents and all library patrons, current and future, we would like to extend our deepest gratitude to yo... more »»

Low salaries not fault of GOP

March 23, 2018 Harpers Ferry: West Virginia just completed a bruising legislative session. more »»

Thanks for help during walkout

March 16, 2018 The Shepherdstown Community Club was transformed into a Fun Free School for students on March 6. more »»

Attacks on AG are ridiculous

March 16, 2018 I am disgusted by the recent attacks on Patrick Morrisey. more »»

Boy (and Girl) Scouts welcome

March 16, 2018 On Oct. 11, 2017, the Boy Scouts of America announced they would soon allow girls to join the Boy Scouting programs and that they would be able to earn the respected title of Eagle Scout. more »»

What is teachers’ strike really about?

March 9, 2018 The public school teachers of West Virginia reside in one of the country’s five lowest-paying states for teachers. more »»

Thank you to community for support during work stoppage

March 9, 2018 The teachers and service personnel of Jefferson County Schools who rallied in Shepherdstown would like to express appreciation for the many businesses and individuals who supported us during the wor... more »»

Time to repeal Dickey Amendment

March 2, 2018 I keep wondering why our children and grandchildren are allowed by law to purchase assault-style weapons of war that are designed to kill and injure large numbers of people in a short period of tim. more »»



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