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Affordable Care Act Criticized Unfairly

May 18, 2014 Editor, News-Register: In spite of a well-orchestrated intense campaign to demagogue, misinform and fearmonger by conservatives in their essentially irrational and ceaseless efforts to demonize... more »»

Mine Documentary ‘Experts’ Questioned

May 18, 2014 Editor, News-Register: On April 4, I watched a documentary entitled “Upper Big Branch Never Again. more »»

Health Care Facilities, Others Are Thanked

May 18, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Our family is very fortunate today because of all numerous people in the United States. My wife, Anna Marie, became critically ill on the evening of Jan. 5. more »»

Voters Thanked For Approving Levy

May 18, 2014 Editor, News-Register: On behalf of our Board of Education, administrators, teachers, staff and students, we wish to express sincere thanks to the voters of Ohio County for supporting the Ohio Count... more »»

Conserve Energy in W.Va.

May 16, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Another power plant in Moundsville? It would cost less money and create more jobs to make our industries and buildings less wasteful. I agree that it’s critical that the U.S. more »»

Address Wheeling Pension Problems

May 13, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Just a thought on fire and police pansion problems. 1 — We have too many firemen for a city this size. 2 — Raise retirement age and/or how many years worked; 20 is not enough. more »»

Supreme Court Wrong in Ruling

May 13, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Our UnAmerican Supreme Court: First Citizens United, now another ruling from this Republican Supreme Court giving wealthy millionaires and billionaires the priviledge of... more »»

Policies, Not Race, the Issue

May 12, 2014 Editor, News-Register: In a recent letter to the editor, Congress was accused of obstructing Obama, with opposition being based on racis. more »»

Benghazi Already Probed

May 12, 2014 You know, I almost hope Republicans investigate Benghazi again, just for fun. more »»

Mothers’ Hearts Are Ribbons of Love

May 11, 2014 Editor, News-Register: This is my tribute to mothers: A Ribbon of Love A ribbon of love from the mother’s heart Like no other from the very start Winding it’s way day by day and forever to stay... more »»

Control Truck Traffic On Marshall Roads

May 11, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Well, folks, here we are again! Let’s see: April 22 a commercial truck lost its brakes coming down Route 250 hill running a stop sign and proceeding down Pine Avenue, running... more »»

Understanding Board Of Education Election

May 11, 2014 Editor, News-Register: On May 13, the primary election will be held in Marshall County and one of the most widely watched races is that for the non-partisan Board of Education, where three seats are... more »»

Remembering God’s Part in Government

May 11, 2014 Editor, News-Register: As our election is rapidly approaching us, I know many things are in the back of your minds. more »»

Clean Cinders Off Sidewalks

May 9, 2014 Editor, News-Register: I travel a route that has me passing Bridge Street School a number of times during the da. more »»

Fire Siren Is Questioned

May 8, 2014 Editor, News-Register: This is written an as open letter to the mayor of West Liberty. more »»

Stay in Congress, Sen. Manchin

May 6, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Senator Manchin said he is thinking about quitting Congress because it is a mess. Well, to me that’s just the reason to sta. more »»

Cut Work Week to 30 Hours

May 6, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Anymore it seems that computers are taking over everything. That’s good in a lot of ways and a little scary sometimes. more »»

Government to Blame

May 5, 2014 Editor, News-Register: Does anyone ever wonder why the price of goods keeps going up and up and up? Why $100 only buys half a basket of groceries? If you think about it and figure it out then you... more »»

Thanks to Valley, Food Pantry Reached Goal

May 4, 2014 Editor, News-Register: In 1996, the late Anna Lou Lenz and other congregants of St. James Evangelical Lutheran Church sought to increase their role and mission in Downtown Wheeling. more »»

Two Years Too Long For Work on Bridge

May 4, 2014 Editor, News-Register: As a long-time resident of Wheeling Island, I am perplexed that the West Virginia Department of Highways estimates electrical and lighting work on the historic Suspension... more »»

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