It's time to root out all the corrupt politicians who directly fill their pockets with cash from industry, while fighting President Obama and the EPA's efforts to keep us safe.
I'd be interested to know if anyone else in the Blessing Road/Letart area is having trouble getting their mail delivered or picked up on our rural route?
"Our teachers are qualified and know how to pace the curriculum. We'll work through this," Duerring said. If he believes that why does he require every teacher in the county to follow his curriculum plan and be on the same page with every other teacher every day? Some classes can move faster or slower than other classes but he does not allow that.
Why can't you people understand that this spill was not made by a coal company? It was made by a chemical company.
Why is it in the Legislature and all of our regulatory agencies have to be reactive instead of proactive. People sit around until the water get polluted; the air gets polluted and then they go into react mode.
Doug McElway of Fox News came to Charleston from Washington, D.C. and talked to a lot of people at the distribution centers and a lot of reporters here and others connected to the spill. Fox News Channel does care.
I'm calling regarding the stoplights at Corridor G and Oakwood Road. Why are they not on a timer?
Welcome to the Kanawha Valley. Just don't drink the water.