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What’s wrong with kids today? Ask yourself

What’s wrong with kids today?Maybe nothing, or no more than was wrong with present-day adults when they were kids themselves.At least if they are anything like the two teenagers who were recognized for their accomplishments at a recent meeting of the Mingo County Board of Education.At that meeting, Abagail Justice and Kyle Evans were honored by the school board for receiving awards that brought them acclaim on a national stage.Justice, a Mingo...

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An Upward Look

By Mae Stallard“All things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but all things edify not.” (I Cor. 10:23)In his letter to the believers at Corinth, the apostle Paul warned them about trying to serve the Lord and the devil at the same time. He told them to flee from idolatry. (vs. 14) They could not have part in the Lord’s supper and at the same time sacrifice to idols as did the Gentiles. He referred to the ...

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Former first lady had class

By Ron Gregoryronjgregory@gmahelleyShelley Riley Moore was a kind, gentle and proper West Virginia first lady. In so many ways, she complemented her flamboyant husband and governor, Arch A. Moore Jr. Shelley Moore quietly passed away last week at age 88.If there ever was a role model for West Virginia first lady, it would have to be Shelley Moore. She served with honor, distinction and professionalism. Yet, she added the personal touches of a wife, mother and ...

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Dreaming of Tug Valley as tourism mecca

“What do you do when you go somewhere else?”The answer to that question, asked by Tug Valley Chamber of Commerce member Diann Hannah during a recent chamber meeting, may determine the success of a viable regional economy based on tourism.Hannah answered her own question with: “I know I like to eat and shop.”You probably would get many different answers to that question if you asked enough people.And therein lies the key to a ...

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Remembering 9-11; Strength for the Moment

Tonight as I type this article, I realize the clock has struck midnight and it is the 13th anniversary of September 11. I know for some just deleting September 11 from the calendar and go from the 10th to 12th would be welcomed. Maybe work it around using February 29. I would be in the majority for such an act to be taken. No more 911 for the terrorists to celebrate.

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Mingo voters vs. Secretary of State

By Ron Gregoryronjgregory@gmail.comCan we talk privately? I wouldn’t want this spread around.It’s my humble opinion that Secretary of State Natalie Tennant and her staff have lost any semblance of sanity when it comes to the Mingo County Family Court judge vacancy.

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Evan’s first trip to the dentist

*Evan was very apprehensive about his first visit to the dentist. He’s five and needed a paper for kindergarten, so it was inevitable. At the beginning, he didn’t speak. His eyes darted around, looking for an escape. We took his picture so he could put it on his refrigerator. He didn’t care; he still looked scared.It took some coaxing to get him in the chair. (That’s the hardest part, whether you’re a kid or adult.) I assured him we would only be brush...

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Leap of Faith

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, what a wonderful movie. Growing up in the 1980’s I, like most children, loved this Trilogy. Raiders of the Lost Ark and the Last Crusade. As an adult I was very excited when Indiana Jones was revisited with the 4th installment, Kingdom of the Crystal Scull.

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Governor made Mingo ballot problem

By Ron Gregoryronjgregory@gmail.comHow would you like to be governor or secretary of state and prove you have zero confidence in the citizens of Mingo County?That’s exactly what Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and Secretary of State Natalie Tennant have said to the people of Mingo. A big “we” will decide who your Family Court judge will be for two and a half years; you have no voice in it.

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Taking Baby Steps

Tonight as I was praying over my daughter before bed time I thanked God for baby steps. Now that may not seem unusual to those reading this but I have not given you all of the information. My daughter is eighteen years old and a freshman in college. Needless to say this brought memories of her journey so far gushing into my mind like the Hoover Dam had been breached. My daughter was born premature. She entered this world at 28 weeks and weighed a little over two pounds. Her birth was in June ...

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It’s time to draw the line with the EPA

By ROGER HORTONGuest columnistFrankly, I am tired of watching coal mining jobs disappear. I am tired of watching families lose homes and cars, lose their life-savings, their retirement and health plans. I am tired of watching men and women who should be working and raising a family, who don’t want handouts and just want to work, standing in unemployment lines.

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It’s good to have solid foundations

Growing up in the metropolis of Nolan, West Virginia I learned many valuable lessons. One of the most important lessons I learned was the importance of a foundation.

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