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I've been to Kroger seven days in a row. Yes, seven. And they have yet to have the item I'm looking for. They don't stock. Empty shelves mean no sales.
Can anybody out there tell me how bingo is exempt from smoking bans? You can smoke at bingo halls but nowhere else. I don't understand.
I voted for President Obama twice and supported him financially in both campaigns. I am very sorry I did so, and apparently a lot of other people are like me. They regret voting for him as well.
If anybody lost a key ring with keys with their name on it, two boys at the end of 41st Street in Nitro found some keys in the center of 41st Street.
Wow. I love it. Here it is three years away and already our local tea drinkers are crying about Hillary. They're scared to death of her.
Hard to believe, but there is someone out there who believes that under Bush, the Patriot Act was used very judiciously, and under Obama they've been spying on all of us all the time. Give me a break. Once the government had that license to spy, they used it constantly from day one.
The earth belongs to God.
I smoke. I drink. I'm overweight. But my organs are donated. It's on my driver's license, and I choose to do that if anybody wants them or not.
Pardon me, but when a man with almost $2 billion claims he is having trouble paying bills totaling only $1 million, there's something very wrong in his accountings.
Since Sam's Club has not come to the Fayette or Summersville area, perhaps Costco will.
It is not the Fox News logs, it is the White House logs that record the IRS chief has visited the White House 157 times, smarty-pants. It's a matter of public record. Check it out yourself.
Sorry ladies. The chance of any woman winning the presidency in 2016 is slim to none. I'll bet my last dollar on it.
There's nothing worse in this town than when they start closing all the streets for the frivolous little festivals. All you really want to do is inconvenience your residents.
I wonder why the great cops of the big city of Oak Hill do not stop all the people talking on their telephone. There's hundreds of them but they don't stop one.
When Silas Taylor and Greg Skinner left the attorney general's office, there went two of the best and brightest that were already working for the attorney general in West Virginia. Too stupid to recognize that.