The Editorial category is a roundup of links to editorials and columns from West Virginia newspapers.

Opinion: How are you thinking?  Positive or Negative

By Greg Kozera Shale Crescent USA The late hall of fame speaker, author and radio personality Earl Nightingale said, “We become what we think about. If you think in negative terms you will get negative results. If you think in positive terms you get positive results.” Recently Herbert Hoover High[Read More…]

Opinion: Don’t just talk, act

By Greg Kozera Shale Crescent USA As a young engineer, one of the engineers I worked under occasionally was Allen, a senior engineer in the Chicago area. Allen was from Alabama. He said what he thought. We hadn’t seen each other for months. As soon as Allen saw me he[Read More…]

Opinion: We are better together

By Greg Kozera Crescent Share USA If we learn from history we can avoid the mistakes of others. Our pastor is from India. He was telling me about the history of India and British colonial rule. India is a large and highly populated country. It’s remarkable the British could take[Read More…]

Opinion: Everyone listens to WIII-FM   

By Greg Kozera Shale Crescent USA The late Zig Ziglar, sales expert, author and Hall of Fame Speaker said, “You can have anything you want if…you first help enough other people get what they want.” I was privileged to hear Zig speak in person several times and got to meet[Read More…]

Opinion: Health Care hiring a real challenge in West Virginia

From The Intelligencer of Wheeling Another report is spotlighting the labor shortage woes in the healthcare industry, but this one is focused squarely on the “significant workforce shortages” here in the Mountain State. The West Virginia Hospital Workforce Report 2023 looked at what declining college enrollment, increased burnout, aging workers,[Read More…]

Opinion: A Win-Win-Win — The Appalachian Iron Green Steel Project

By Joe Zokaites Principal, Arcova Development LLC Here is a startling fact: The iron and steel industry accounts for around 7% of global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and 11% of global carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. But the world cannot go “steel-free.” Meeting the challenge of decarbonization of this industry is as daunting as[Read More…]

West Virginia Day: Find rewards through service

By Charlotte Lane, chair West Virginia Public Service Commission In 1861, as the Civil War raged and brother fought against brother, the counties in the western part of Virginia began the process of seceding from the eastern part of the state.  Originally known as Kanawha, by the time President Lincoln[Read More…]

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