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Prosecutors: Boys taken from US custody, put to work at farm
Prosecutors: Boys taken from US custody, put to work at farm

Associated Press

MARION, Ohio (AP) – The thousand-mile journey to the Texas border was supposed to bring the Guatemalan teenagers to a better life. Instead, it was the beginning of a terrible ordeal: prosecutors say they were fraudulently...

Prosecutors: Boys taken from US custody, put to work at farm
Prosecutors: Boys taken from US custody, put to work at farm

Associated Press

MARION, Ohio (AP) – The thousand-mile journey to the Texas border was supposed to bring the Guatemalan teenagers to a better life. Instead, it was the beginning of a terrible ordeal: prosecutors say they were fraudulently ...

Monday Gazette cartoon
Monday Gazette cartoon

Daily Mail editorial: “What’s patriotic or peaceful about disrupting another’s right to speak?

Patriots for Peace group sought to silence speech it didn’t like

Daily Mail Editorial: Women Army Rangers earn recognition, respect

Women make history as first females to complete training

Vann Carroll: Examining the wet recycled paper issue

Let’s examine the wet recycled paper issue.

First, the statistic that 40 percent of the paper has to be thrown away because it is wet deserves more investigation. There just aren’t that many rainy garbage pickup days. If true, how...

John B. Haley: Praise for unlikely heroes

Here’s a salute to patriotic Americans who are or have been standing guard over our Air Force, Army, Marine and Navy facilities across the country after the attack on military personnel in Chattanooga.

They are putting themselves...

Clive Crook: No need to apologize for being successful

Capitalism is more of the solution to society’s issues than the problem

KCHD health officer settles into new role
KCHD health officer settles into new role

As Dr. Michael Brumage surveyed his new office in the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department’s Lee Street building, he found himself reminiscing about his “second best office” — a high-ceilinged, marble room in an abandoned...

Quest program equips people with outdoor adventure skills
Quest program equips people with outdoor adventure skills

CAIRO — Whether its backpacking or birding, kayaking or canoeing — if you want to learn an outdoor recreation skill or get reacquainted with an activity put on hold due to job or family obligations, North...

Local lawyers bond mountain climbing
Local lawyers bond mountain climbing

In a tent somewhere at about 17,500 feet on Mount Kilimanjaro, Ben Salango noticed he had cellphone service.

“I settled a case on the side of Kilimanjaro, remember that?” Salango, a Charleston attorney with the firm Preston &...

Rahall on Carter’s announcement: “It was truly amazing”

Former Rep. Nick J. Rahall, D-W.Va., praised former President Jimmy Carter for his nationally-televised press conference concerning his health Thursday.

“I thought it was a unique and quite amazing press conference that the former...

Funerals for: August 24, 2015

Adams, Bob Noon, Wallace & Wallace Funeral Chapel, Rainelle.

Agee, Maye 1 p.m., Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston.

Cremeans, Sheila R. 2 p.m., Mildred United Baptist Church, Branchland....

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