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Natural Gas Vehicle Expo

The three-day Natural Gas Vehicle Expo at the Charleston Civic Center features “big” attractions, including a private concert by Landau Engene Murphy on Monday, but nothing is bigger than the propane-fueled Blue Bird School Bus on display in the exhibit hall. Jeff Pschirer, vice president of school bus sales for[Read More…]

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What do I know about guns?

By Robert Byers “Liberals don’t know anything about guns.” I’ve heard that stereotype more than a few times in my life, and more so in the months since the massacre at Newtown, Conn. Like most stereotypes, it’s a twisted view of reality, repeated by people trying to prop up their[Read More…]

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State Superintendent of Schools: A Nationwide Search

By Charles McElwee I want to share with you what I believe should be the State’s No. 1 priority for achieving a bold and comprehensive  review, and possible reformation, of the State’s public school system. It is that the West Virginia Board of Education (“State Board”), with the requested assistance[Read More…]

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President’s Pen – April 24, 2013

From the President’s Pen — Sorry that I haven’t written lately, but much work needs to be accomplished each week on getting into print and getting circulated our West Virginia newspapers. Plus, if you aren’t feeling that well anyway, it makes our journalist jobs even harder. But, the “blood, sweat[Read More…]

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Antique show set for May 3-4

CARLISLE, Pa. — It’s been said that beautiful glassware adds sparkle to home décor. Organizers of the Eastern National Antiques Show and Sale ask what better place to find those missing pieces or starter pieces than at the ENASS event May 3 and 4, at the Carlisle Expo Center in[Read More…]

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Legislative Roundup – April 24

CHARLESTON — Both the extended budget session and a special session called by the governor to handle some loose ends left handing at the end of the 60-day regular 2013 session of the West Virginia Legislature were wrapped up quickly here last week. The special legislative session concluded Thursday, April[Read More…]

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Beri Fox: Op-Ed on Manufacturing Jobs

West Virginia is poised to make a major comeback in manufacturing jobs, and affordable, domestic energy will play a key role in that resurgence. Our company, Marble King in Paden City, is currently one of just four glass manufacturers in the Mountain State, a place that once saw 240 companies[Read More…]

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