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She says it’s not about the money.
Of course — it never is. Read More
CHARLESTON — In the “Year of the Child, Too,” the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals is making children involved in Family Court matters a priority.
Thanksgiving. It used to be a simple holiday to give thanks, of course, for a successful harvest. Later, we gave thanks for our many blessings. Then, football was added and made it a nearly perfect holiday. But what if some … Read More
By GOV. JOE MANCHIN CHARLESTON — Earlier this month, I returned from a productive, week-long trade mission to China. It was the first trip to China by a sitting West Virginia governor and I think we opened the door to … Read More
America’s most gravy-crazy holiday looms on the near-term horizon, so the warning couldn’t have come at a better time. Read More
Many of the laws passed by the U.S. Congress offer a short-term solution to our nation’s more systemic problems. Read More
West Virginia auto insurance premiums are high and rising. And if people like Tyler Circuit Judge Mark Karl get their way, they’ll rise even higher. Read More
CHARLESTON — Its always great to see people jumping in to try to change the direction of the state and helping the Republican party.
CHARLESTON — Out of reverence for the Constitutional separation of powers doctrine seldom does a federal court stand in the way of a ruling from a state bench.
It was a main event, if briefly drowned out by an unfortunate sideshow. Read More
Who has not traveled outside our state and been frustrated that people think we are from western Virginia?
CHARLESTON — Last week, state and local economic development officials, public utility managers and board members, mayors, county executives, state and local environmental representatives, business and community leaders, and citizens came to Charleston for the Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) fall conference.