It is disgusting how the GOP, industry and the Chamber of Commerce continue their attack on labor unions and fair wages. They are very short-sighted but have unfortunate success because the American worker is easy to fool come election time.
How many times does Gov. Tomblin have to tell the people that blame everything that happens on coal, that a coal company was not involved in the chemical leak?
To all nine counties affected by the water crises, please, please recycle all your plastic water bottles. We've had enough pollution.
I am 86, living alone with rheumatoid arthritis. My neighbors are 50 and 60 but have not offered to get me water. My son in North Carolina had to contact someone here to get me help.
Readers Voice doesn't seem as much constructive criticism as it has become grumpy whiners. Why not see if there isn't something you can do to help?
To the venter who asks when we can expect the Mark of the Beast to come, I fear it may not be many more years. That is the best I can tell you.
Too many underinformed and noncitizens have voted away the American dream.
Angela's is one of the best-kept secrets in St. Albans.
The people who are answering the WV American Water 855 number are the rudest people I have ever spoken with. They are uninformed, they give you no information and tell you to watch your television. That is absolutely ridiculous.
No wonder nothing ever gets done in the Senate. They've been arguing about a week now about unemployment compensation, something that affects only 1/3 of 1 percent of the American population. And they still continue to argue about it.
They always stop the water just as soon as they pass the big housing project at the head of Childress Mountain. If that's the way the water company wants to treat us on the Alum Creek side, I think we all need to go back to the Alum Creek side of the water and say the hell with them.
Thanks to the Gazette and Ken Ward for the coverage of the water crises. It takes the Gazette to cut through the self-serving hype of the politicians and the water industry.
Well, here we are, getting screwed over again. Danny could hardly wait to tell us our sewer bills would be going up $5 to $7.Erin Brockovich, you want your next big case. Go down to Amandaville where poor people live and they've got that dangerous chemical.