It looks like Ripley High School is finally going to get a football coach. We can finally look forward to having a winning season and some positives at the school.
I want to condemn today's press for not vigorously questioning our current leaders for facts. They even outright suppress the news. They do this to maintain access to those in power who support drastic changes in our freedoms.
I saw a West Virginia license plate saying "Democrat." I didn't think they allowed obscene things on license plates.
It isn't necessarily true that you can tell from a yearbook if someone graduated from high school. I graduated and my picture was not in the yearbook.
It is pretty sad that Kennie Bass and his cronies at WCHS-TV decided to go after historic preservation at the state. There we are, trying to preserve our heritage, and there is so much other waste in government. It is just sad.
The statement by Rick Thompson and Brent Boggs is downright laughable. We know what happened. The Legislature sold out the kids of West Virginia, and taxpayers keep on voting the same old, same old. Keep it up and you will keep getting what you have.
Joe is a senator. If he doesn't like the steps the EPA takes, he should quit whining and do something about it.
Returning to the picture ID the Democrats don't want: It is probably because there are too many dead people still voting and, as you know, they aren't able to show you their ID.
About 30 years ago, on the West Side of Charleston, two Charleston policemen were killed. Will the Legislature name a portion of Interstate 64 for them?
Do any readers know where in Charleston you can purchase sarsaparilla? Any information about a resource would be appreciated.
It is a shame the governor and legislators didn't stand up to the teachers union. I knew they would cave in, but it is very unfortunate because it is the children who will suffer.
We like pepperoni rolls, but it shouldn't be the state food. Apple pie is the state pie and open kettle beans and corn bread are the state food.
I don't know if the city of Charleston wants aluminum cans or not, but there is a guy in an orange hoodie in Kanawha City collecting them.
If you want to talk about waste of tax money, check out how much Kanawha County Schools is paying just to have the lawns cut at the schools.