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Get Concealed Carry Permit Anyway

March 13, 2016 Editor, News-Register: On March 5, the West Virginia Senate voted 23-11 to override Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s veto of HB 4145, the permitless carry bill. more »»

Consider Park at Site Of Historic Church

March 13, 2016 Editor, News-Register: As I was driving in to the Centre Market area recently, I noted the old Second Presbyterian Church in the streetscape, and mourned the fact that very soon it would be gone... more »»

Sanders, Not Clinton, Supported Workers

March 13, 2016 Editor, News-Register: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders have different opinions on a lot of issues. Most notably trade policy. more »»

Correcting Record On Reagan, Obama

March 13, 2016 Editor, News-Register: I’d like to respond to Mr. Hord’s recent “one-sided,” enigmatic letter titled, “Lets Compare Obama’s Record to Reagan’s.” Let me first begin by educating Mr. more »»

Praying for Help In Troubled Times

March 13, 2016 Editor, News-Register: As I sit down to write this letter today, I am struck by how “outside the box” this election season has been and continues to be. more »»

Getting Kasich In the Spotlight

March 13, 2016 On Tuesday, Ohio’s Republican voters will have the opportunity to shine the presidential spotlight on a man who has served the state well and can do the same excellent work for the natio. more »»

Make Improving PEIA a Priority

March 13, 2016 West Virginia legislators’ list of unfinished business is a long one, but dealing with the Public Employees Insurance Agency should be near the top of the list for action later this year. more »»

Drug Abusers May Be Accessories to Murder

March 13, 2016 A substantial amount of the illegal drugs sold in our area come from the Pittsburgh area, perhaps including Wilkinsburg, P. more »»

Prospect of Winning Can Affect Ideology

March 13, 2016 What a short, strange trip it’s been for Donald Trump’s conservative supporters. Ever since the Goldwaterite takeover of the GOP, the party has tried to convert voters to conservatism. more »»

Finger on the Pulse Of Heart Health

March 10, 2016 Heart disease continues to be the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States and around the world. more »»

Heart's Desire

March 6, 2016 While many people think that gifts come from the heart, Jim Conley of St. Clairsville has received the most precious present of all — the gift of a heart — to save his life. more »»

Collecting Colorful Quimper

March 6, 2016 Quimper pottery is named after the Breton town in northwestern France where it has been made for over 300 years. more »»

WSO Serves Beethoven, Beer and Schnitzel

March 6, 2016 Maestro Andre Raphel returns to the podium for an evening of live music featuring the works of Mozart, Beethoven and Schumann at 8 p.m. Friday, March 11, at the Capitol Theatre in Wheeling. more »»

WJU Hosts Spring Student Art Exhibit

March 6, 2016 Nearly 20 Wheeling Jesuit students will display original artwork during an exhibit running from March 10 to April 12. An opening reception will be held from 6 to 8 p.. more »»

French Heritage Is Focus Of Commemorative Dinner

March 6, 2016 In France, family meals are always an occasion. An everyday event becomes a celebration of one of life’s most basic pleasures. For the sisters of the Congregation of St. more »»

Irish Lass

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Ludolph to Speak Out on Recycling

March 6, 2016 Scott Ludolph, owner and operator of Scrappy Pappy’s, will make the case for citywide recycling as the final speaker in the 2015-16 Temple Shalom Social Action Lecturer Series, at 7 p.m. more »»

Speaker Examines Black Soldiers’ Role in Civil War

March 6, 2016 Living historian Anthony Gibbs of Columbus portrayed an African-American soldier for a presentation on the U.S. Colored Troops at the Ohio County Public Library in Wheeling Tuesda. more »»

Dinner Set to Honor Joe Eddy

March 6, 2016 Joe Eddy, one of the most highly respected leaders in West Virginia’s business and industry sector, will be honored for his dedication to West Virginia Northern Community College at the institution’... more »»

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