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A goose goosed Aaron E. Richards.
Now he’s hoping a U.S. District Court will lay him a golden egg. Read More
CHARLESTON — As shocking as it may sound, Supreme Court candidate Beth Walker is “in talks” with her Pizza Hut delivery driver about supporting her campaign.
CHARLESTON — Last week, I went to the West Virginia Housing Development Fund board of directors meeting and asked them to come up with a plan that will keep our state from suffering the same housing slump that has plagued the national economy.
CHARLESTON — What will be happening in the year 2015?
CHARLESTON — Last week in Morgantown, the state’s leaders in higher education, research and the private sector unveiled a study that paints a positive picture on the impact of bioscience research.
CHARLESTON — In recent months, several news reports have raised questions about the trustworthiness of touch-screen voting devices manufactured by Election Systems & Software (ES&S). The scrutiny arises from reports issued by a handful of states barring the further use of ES&S devices in their elections.
CHARLESTON — Having just celebrated the annual Grammy Award hoopla, West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse is proposing its own choices to the National Academy of Recording Artists for the best in musical performance, based on the West Virginia experience.
When lawyer-turned-novelist John Grisham needed inspiration for his latest diddy, he didn’t look in the mirror. Read More
Dear Editor: Your editorial of Feb. 3, 2008, regarding my pledge to refuse campaign contributions states that I have “… deep enough pockets to fund a county wide campaign.” You infer that I am wealthy and can afford to make … Read More
CHARLESTON — The gall of Larry Starcher to call for an investigation of “extremely serious legal and ethical issues” on the West Virginia Supreme Court.