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Space exploration makes for exciting times

Space exploration makes for exciting times

Editor:

People born in the 1950s or earlier have lived through the birth of the space age, that is, the time of the Russian Sputnik in 1957 and the American Explorer satellites in 1958. We have...

Space exploration makes for exciting times

Space exploration makes for exciting times

Editor:

People born in the 1950s or earlier have lived through the birth of the space age, that is, the time of the Russian Sputnik in 1957 and the American Explorer satellites in 1958. We have...

Cooperation sped electrical project

Cooperation sped electrical project

Editor:

Charlestonians may not have noticed, but a brand new electric transmission line was built in a little over a week right through the heart of downtown Charleston.

Appalachian Power...

Welch resident thanks DOT for flooding fix

Editor:

The residents of Elbert Road, Route 13/03 in Gary would like to say thank you to the following: Paul A. Mattox, Jr., Commissioner of Highways and secretary for Department of Transportation; Jimmy Wriston, Engineering Advisor for...

Unresponsive taxi service deeply angers area reader

Editor:

I went food shopping at Kroger in Kanawha City and was done by 6:30 p.m., and called for a cab while I was in line at the checkout. The dispatcher called me at 7 p.m. to assure me that they were trying to get someone to come get...

Climate change: not abstract, but real issue with real consequences

Editor:

I read where Wade Linger of the West Virginia School Board wants school kids to discuss whether or not anthropogenic global warming is real. That’s all well and good, but let’s be honest about it. This is more than...

State school board wrong on global warming

Editor:

We read with dismay Ryan Quinn’s article that the West Virginia Board of Education has adopted criteria that will require students across our state to be taught false, unscientific information about climate change,...

Support St. Albans firefighters

Editor:

Thanks to the St. Albans Fire Department on their crusade to keep citizens from dying in house fires.

Four people died in 2014 in the city. The firemen are going door-to-door to make sure residents have working fire alarms. ...

To Sen. Rockefeller and staff: Thank you

To Sen. Rockefeller and staff: Thank you

Editor:

As we sadly prepare to say our final farewells to the incredible Sen. Rockefeller, as he finishes his final term in the U.S. Senate, we should also take time to salute his incredible staff....

Get on board the engine of change

Get on board the engine of change

Editor:

States and the legislatures that govern them, have done more to make this country a burden to the people.

Man was never meant to be a perfect being. Our goal as a society should be to uplift...

Letter: A salute to Capital principal for addressing racism in Super Six

Editor:

Here’s an old white guy giving a salute to Capital High School Principal Clinton Giles for the courage to address the racism issue at the Wheeling football playoffs. This topic is a festering boil, and Giles put a lance in...

Letter: Capital principal insulting to all with talk of racism in Super Six

Editor:

I would like to speak on the article Mitch Vingle wrote on December 12 in which he reports that Capital High School Principal Clinton Giles felt that racism “stained” the playing of the Super Six.

First, I...

Letter: South Charleston High School thanks those who gave support in wake of tragedy

Editor:

Thanks from South Charleston High School

The faculty, staff, and students at South Charleston High School wish to sincerely thank all of those who have reached out to support us during the recent tragedy at our school. We...

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