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Texting and Driving Is Becoming A Big Issue

December 27, 2015 Editor, News-Register: Texting and driving is a big issue and is getting even bigger. more »»

More Needs To Be Done About Roads

December 27, 2015 Editor, News-Register: In the Nov. 29, 2015 issue of the Sunday News-Register, there was an article by Delegate David Evans, R-Marshall, titled “Road Work Improving, But Still a Major Challenge. more »»

Fighting Heroin in Wheeling

December 22, 2015 Editor, News-Register: An ongoing problem in our city these days seems to be the heroin outbrea. more »»

It Applied to Ancient Israel and to Us Now

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: The other night I was watching the debates and just shook my head in sadnes. more »»

Drugs, Violence Are Problems in Our Area

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: The drug and violence problems in our community and also in the towns near Wheeling is increasing rapidly. more »»

Grateful for Increase In Anti-Cancer Funds

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: Cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones know that everyone is just #OneDegree from cancer. more »»

See Something? Call Wheeling Police

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: The growing problem of violence in Downtown Wheeling is a risk for the citizens of Wheeling. There’s anything from robbery to drug use. more »»

Thanks for Hancock Action on Clean Air

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: We are the ASAP Youth Council and we wanted to publicly thank the Hancock County Board of Health and the Brooke County Board of Health for approving the Clean Air... more »»

Here’s Rest of Story On School Paving

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: On Dec. more »»

Editorial on School Leave Challenged

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: In response to the “Change School Bonus Program” appearing in the Intelligencer on Dec. more »»

Unemployment Comp Plan in Ohio Criticized

December 20, 2015 Editor, News-Register: Your writer performed some pretty good line-dancing in the editorial of Dec. 9 pertaining to Ohio. more »»

Protect U.S. Against Terrorists

December 17, 2015 Editor, News-Register: This is an open letter to Congressman McKinley: I was listening in to your “town telecommunications talk” (?) last night concerning various topics you were discussing. more »»

11 Injured At Axiall Facility

December 15, 2015 By ALAN OLSON Staff Writer NATRIUM — At least 11 people have been taken to the hospital as the result of an industrial accident at Marshall County’s Axiall Corp. chemical plant this morning. more »»

Bargainers Resolving Last Hurdles to Spending, Tax Deal

December 15, 2015 WASHINGTON — White House and congressional negotiators moved toward wrapping up a tax and spending compromise Tuesday that would cap Congress’ year, a package expected to lift the ban on U.S. more »»

Enjoying Winter Months

December 15, 2015 Editor, News-Register: Winter is approaching us quickly, and I’m sure many of us are thinking about what we can do. There will be days when we are snowed in or we just want to stay at hom. more »»

Murray Energy Mine Worker Injured on Job

December 15, 2015 BEALLSVILLE — A coal miner working at Murray Energy Corp. more »»

Obama: Commandos in Syria

December 15, 2015 WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama is implicitly acknowledging that progress against the Islamic State has been too slow as the extremist group expands its reach with deadly attacks beyond the... more »»

Former N.M. Official Mulls Apologies

December 15, 2015 SANTA FE, N.M. more »»

Airstrikes in Syria Inflict Casualties

December 15, 2015 BEIRUT (AP) — Airstrikes on a fuel market in a rebel-held village in northern Syria killed and wounded dozens on today and destroyed several tanker trucks, two Syrian opposition monitoring groups... more »»

Smaller Counties Driving U.S. Jail Population Hike

December 15, 2015 NEW YORK (AP) — While big-city jails get most of the attention, lockups in small and medium-sized counties have actually driven the overall explosion in the U.. more »»

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