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CHARLESTON — I recently had the pleasure of joining my friend and colleague Ohio Governor-elect Ted Strickland for a ceremony commemorating the reopening of the Ormet Aluminum plant located along the Ohio River in Hannibal, Ohio, just across the river from Wetzel County, West Virginia.
HUNTINGTON — The uplifting events of Dec. 12 will be etched in our memories for many, many years.
It might seems that way, but government isn’t always supposed to be about politics. Read More
CHARLESTON — I’ve been plowing through the Left Behind series in the last month or two (great books, Christian or not) and seeing the newly minted House of Delegates chairmen brought this line from the books into my head … “The Red Horse of the Apocalypse was upon them.” Read More
HUNTINGTON — The international premiere of ‘We Are Marshall’ on Dec. 12 was an incredible night that will forever live in the memory of everyone associated with the Huntington community and those who took part in the premiere festivities and the making of the film.
Everything in life, including legal climates, is relative. Read More
CHARLESTON — There is a new Big Daddy in town, and it’s not Robert C. Byrd.
CHARLESTON — In December 1971, skiers throughout the state and region got their first opportunity to enjoy West Virginia’s first commercial ski area with the opening of Canaan Valley Resort.
State Senators Sam Cann and Brooks McCabe wish our state’s private employers would just shut up about West Virginia’s woeful business climate. The duo’s co-analysis: talking about “bad things” won’t help their cause. Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia lawmakers want the state Chamber of Commerce to stop airing ads they say depict West Virginia in a negative light. Say what?
CHARLESTON — From season to season, and month to month in this column, I have reveled in the natural wonders of our state, highlighted the true beauty of our land, and celebrated the caring and commitment and its people that comes from within.