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By David O. Heishman – Saturday, 22 November, 2014, 7:00 A.M. Doghouse thermometer said 10.2° this morning last time I checked before I left for Big House to fix breakfast. A battery powered digital, it’s sensor is tacked up to […]
What are you thankful for on this day when we are supposed to give thanks for all that we have? Think about the reasons you have to be thankful. We’re
By David O. Heishman – Skunks galore this year. Where did they all come from? Streets and highways have been a stinking mess past several months with their
Tomorrow on a bluff overlooking Caledonia Hill the new Moorefield Readiness Center will be dedicated and will honor the memory of Capt. William Herman Denney, Jr. who was
Support Our Teachers. They Deserve Competitive Pay. WVEA. Signs with the wording above found their way into groups of candidate’s campaign signs during the recent election.
The following editorial from the Clarksburg Exponent Telegram is well worth reprinting. It may be the first time a daily newspaper from the central part of
By David O. Heishman – Personal Veteran’s Day thoughts. I’m glad I served. I volunteered for the US Army through Reserve Officer’s Training Corps (ROTC) before Vietnam.
A couple of years ago, Major Hannah Heishman, of this newspaper family, wrote an editorial for Veterans Day. We aren’t going to reprint all of it this
By David O. Heishman – Twenty Years. First Unbased Opinion was written for November 2nd, 1994 issue. I wrote in favor of a bond issue to finance construction
The General Election is next Tuesday. If you are registered to vote and haven’t taken advantage of voting early at the Court House, you still have