Saturday night I went to see a concert at the Civic Center Little Theater. The band called Juicy played a Pink Floyd tribute. Charleston doesn't realize how good this band is. Please go see this band. It was an excellent concert.
We all know that if Shain Gandee and his friends had not been drinking, they would probably still be alive.
Please make the crossword puzzle in the Sunday classified section larger. It is way too small.
It's a shame what's happened in Boston today with the explosions. But it also is kind of ironic there wasn't a gun used. What's Jim Haught going to do?
On Interstate 64 a motorcycle passed me and a dozen cars on the right doing 90 mph. A young girl was in the left lane talking on her cellphone. She's lucky the State Police weren't there to catch her.
A Gazette article listed the most dangerous countries for journalists. All those countries had gun bans. Shows law-abiding gun owners may not like the Gazette's convoluted position on the Second Amendment, but we defend your right to say it!
Thanks to delegates Lane, Sobonya, Lynch and Canterbury for making the Legislature look like a bunch of clowns. No wonder this state is last in almost everything.
After reading Morrisey's account of the bid, how could anyone say no one tried to put one over on us? Luck and Payne should both resign their positions.
Robert C. Byrd would pound on the podium if he knew his "replacement" was Joe Manchin. There is absolutely zero comparison between the two. Senator Byrd had intelligence, class and compassion. Not a phony bone in his body.
I am from Milton and no one writing or calling in to the Readers' Voice speaks for me. I am accepting of all newcomers and outsiders. And as for Dr. Dan Foster, he is welcome in my home any time.
The proposed gun control legislation exempts personal sales between individuals. This loophole will give felons and people with dangerous mental illnesses a way to obtain guns with no questions asked. Does that make sense to you?