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Gazette cartoon: May 2, 2016
Gazette cartoon: May 2, 2016

Letter: Daily Mail gets Court endorsement wrong

I am writing concerning your recent editorial position endorsing Beth Walker or alternatively Brent Benjamin for justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court (“...

Guest editorial: High incarcaration rates take toll on families

Number of W.Va. children with a parent in jail is above US average

Daily Mail editorial: Welcome motorcycle tourism to WV’s scenic roads
Daily Mail editorial: Welcome motorcycle tourism to WV’s scenic roads

Mountain highways are a special draw for motorcycle tourists

Daily Mail cartoon: May 2, 2016
Daily Mail cartoon: May 2, 2016

Bill Clinton sees protesters in Logan, adoration in Charleston
Bill Clinton sees protesters in Logan, adoration in Charleston

LOGAN — Across three counties and five campaign stops in Southern West Virginia on Sunday, former President Bill Clinton gave two distinct speeches to two very different crowds, tried in vain to win over angry...

Bulletin Board: May 2, 2016

Hike of the month

The Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District will host its May Hike of the Month at Ritter Park on Saturday. Meet at the Ritter Park Tennis Center at noon for the 2-mile hike. For information, contact Stacey Leep at 304-...

Dear Abby: How do I talk to my friend about his bed-wetting problem?
Dear Abby: How do I talk to my friend about his bed-wetting problem?

Dear Abby: I have a good friend who is a bed-wetter. It’s obvious because he’s constantly doing laundry and his home smells bad at times. We once shared a hotel room, and I was awakened in the middle of the night by a strong smell of...

Ken Hall: Koch investment in Cole pays dividends, just not for WV (Gazette)

I wasn’t shocked to read the April 18 news that the billionaire industrialist Koch brothers donated $100,000 to Senate President Bill Cole, who is running unopposed for the Republican nomination for governor this fall.

E.J. Dionne: The irony of celebrity populism

“When you become famous,” the famous political consultant James Carville once said, “being famous becomes your profession.”

Gazette editorial: WV Supreme Court still for sale?

In 2004, corrupt coal mogul Don Blankenship spent $2.5 million of his own money to smear former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw and put Republican Brent Benjamin on the bench. Blankenship’s action was rebuked nationwide, even by the U....

Trial transcripts reveal judge’s rulings in Blankenship case
Trial transcripts reveal judge’s rulings in Blankenship case

Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship’s defense lawyers were not allowed a second chance to question former Massey official and key prosecution witness Chris Blanchard because U.S. District Judge Irene Berger concluded they had no new issues to ask ...

VanMeter running unopposed for Kanawha family judge
VanMeter running unopposed for Kanawha family judge

Charleston attorney Lera VanMeter started campaigning hard last year, hoping she’d be the only person to run to replace retiring Kanawha County Family Judge Mark Snyder.

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