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If you have had a teacher in your life who affected your life positively either through example or through lessons that he or she may have taught you, thank them now while you have the chance.
At least Marshall shows some heart. The Mighty Mountaineers fell apart.
It's Sunday morning and I've been waiting for my newspaper for a couple of hours. I guess it's late because Mitch Vingle is trying to come up with a reason for getting beaten down like a drum. I'm sure he'll come up with some kind of excuse.
Congratulations Marshall, I'm so proud of the Herd. They played wonderfully, even though a bad call in the last second, a wet ball prevented the victory. Go Herd. We're so proud of you.
I want to say thank you for all the construction workers repairing the interstate bridges on I-77 South. Thank you for making our highways safe and we appreciate your hard work. Give these workers a break. They work really hard.
West Virginia scored over 180 points the first three games last year. Do you think now that would have been a good time to put in the backup quarterbacks for experience?
As if West Virginians aren't taxed to death already ... Amazon.com is going to start taxing us 6 percent on everything we buy online. Just like I told you, once they start collecting 6 percent tax from these people, I ain't buying nothing from these people online anymore.
Does anyone know why Holgorsen wears black instead of blue and gold?
If Mitch Vingle really believes that Scott Tinsley never recruited players when he was at Nitro, have him call me right away because I have some great oceanfront property and flying pigs for sale.
Why does Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid continue to obstruct the will of the people's house of Congress by promising to block a vote on any continuing resolution that does not fund the Affordable Care Act?
When traveling on Interstate 79 yesterday, I noticed a sign that said congestion ahead due to construction on I-64 at milepost 59. A few minutes later, I drove through the area and there was no congestion or construction. This is why people do not pay attention to messages on these signs.
I have never heard crying like the coal companies and their lapdog politicians have been doing over the EPA. They knew this day was coming since 1970 and the Supreme Court upheld it in 2006. Coal companies and power companies need to put money into the business, instead of putting the profit in their pocket.