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Innerviews: Therapist enjoying dual identity as romance writer
F. BRIAN FERGUSON | Gazette-Mail
Innerviews: Therapist enjoying dual identity as romance writer

She leads a double life.

By day, Lynn Eldridge works as a mental health therapist and director of clinical services at Process Strategies. At night, she writes historical romance novels set in the Old West.

Innerviews: Co-captains keep communications firm on course
Innerviews: Co-captains keep communications firm on course

People said it couldn’t work. Two women, equal partners, running a multimillion-dollar business? No way.

Snakes on the wane! Massachusetts’ move to create island rattlesnake sanctuary strikes fear in some

If an endangered species is in need of protection, it helps to be cute and cuddly or at least iconic and majestic to garner human support.

Statehouse Beat: Discussion on road funding still needed

Going into the legislative session, funding for highways and infrastructure may not have been the number one priority for every West Virginian, but it probably would have been on the top five list for most.

Innerviews: Trail-blazing police chief created lasting identity
Innerviews: Trail-blazing police chief created lasting identity

Some identities stick, outshining everything before and after.

Pining for grated cheese and bringing a James Bond super-villain to WV

If you’re interested in a tasty way to add more fiber to your diet, you may want to consider sprinkling some grated Parmesan on your Grape-Nuts.

Statehouse Beat: 'Religious freedom' bill may be held hostage

Regardless of what party is in power, one of the certainties of legislative sessions is that later in each session, each house holds key bills from the other body “hostage” to provide leverage in the final days of the session.

Rick Steelhammer: Boomers brace to best babies, while Bigfoot sighted in sportscaster’s mouth

Baby Boomers may have a reputation for being self-absorbed, but as it turns out, we’re going to need plenty of help in that department in the years to come.

Rick Steelhammer: On Trumping for peace and toilet paper warfare

Last week was a strange one for global politics.

First, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump was nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, and then North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un launched a balloon-borne scatological warfare...

Statehouse Beat: Nearing midway point, session still hasn’t dealt with most pressing issues

For years, at about this time every session, longtime Daily Mail political columnist Richard Grimes would write about how the session is almost halfway over, and nothing's happened yet.

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