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Letter of thanks from the mayor

March 2, 2018 Thanks to all the people in the greater Shepherdstown area for their support and kind word. more »»

The fear of women

February 23, 2018 How can I put this without turning away at least half of the population? Women have openly admitted fear of men forever. more »»

Supporting Morrisey for Senate

February 16, 2018 Dear Editor, Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says one thing and does another. more »»

Library budget cuts are concerning

February 9, 2018 I’ve been a frequent patron of the Bolivar Harpers Ferry Public Library since moving here in 1999. more »»

Tribute to Denny Barron

January 19, 2018 There was a gentle man in our little town of Cedarville who always said, “A man is no better than the life he lives. more »»

A public ‘thank you’

January 19, 2018 The residents and staff of Canterbury Center Nursing Home in Shepherdstown would like to publicly thank all of the members of our local Shepherdstown Fire Department, and those in surrounding Fire... more »»

Identity politics and American values

January 3, 2018 Now that we are in the new year of 2018, the previous remarks of Washington Free Beacon Editor Matthew Continetti about the continual clamoring and tragic travesty of “identity politics” continue to... more »»

Mountain Valley Pipeline Bad For State

November 17, 2017 A November 2016 state Supreme Court ruling said West Virginia law would not allow Mountain Valley Pipeline to use state eminent domain to survey pipeline routes without permission from landowner. more »»

President’s Tax Plan Will Benefit West Virginians

November 17, 2017 President Donald Trump has demonstrated his commitment to helping West Virginia rescue our economy from the damage inflicted during the Obama administration. more »»

When Will We Stop Attacking Each Other?

November 10, 2017 Yet again. We’re horrified, anguished. We scream, rant and rave. How can this be happening — yet again? A lone gunman shot up a church. The cries ring out. This must stop. more »»

Wopila Shepherdstown

November 10, 2017 Wopila is Lakota for thank you with all my heart, and Shepherdstown responded to a request for coats for the Lakota Sioux with all its heart. more »»

SNAP Cuts Will Hurt Many

October 27, 2017 According to the U.S. Census Bureau, roughly one in seven West Virginians are “food insecure. more »»

In Search Of A Good Book

October 27, 2017 I’m looking for a good book that was sold at the Legendary Book Sale! We want it back. more »»

Author to Speak, Sign at Four Seasons

October 20, 2017 My friend sustainability and local economy expert Andrew Fisher will be speaking and signing his book at Four Seasons at 7 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 3. more »»

Zatezalo is Right for the Job

October 20, 2017 I’m writing in support of the nomination of David G. more »»

Groups to ‘join hands’ to Protest Pipeline

October 13, 2017 On Saturday, join hands with hundreds of concerned West Virginia and Maryland residents as we stand in solidarity to stop the Potomac Pipelin. more »»

Where Were You on Election Day?

October 13, 2017 Regardless of the merits of the recently approved West Virginia Constitutional Amendment, wherein voters approved the borrowing of $1. more »»

Groups Ask Capito Not to ‘Cut the Heart Out of West Virginia’

October 13, 2017 On Monday, local groups plan to gather in Shepherdstown to protest potential funding cuts in Medicare, Medicaid, SNAP (food stamps) and other assistance programs. more »»

Book Sale Will Be Best One Yet

October 6, 2017 Is Shepherdstown the “biggest” book town for its size north of Washington, D.C.? That city itself is judged the fourth best per capita book city in the U.S. more »»

We Can Do Better Than ‘Prosperity’

October 6, 2017 In the meeting of the State Executive Committee of the Mountain Party of West Virginia, a motion was made to consider a position on the Oct. 7 election about the Road Bond Amendment of 201. more »»



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