Those people had plenty to argue about
Tomorrow is the 99th anniversary of a minor footnote in American history but an important date in West Virginia history.
The bum ran off? It’s OK, you’re covered
My current favorite TV commercial is the one in which two young men in gray suits are sitting in the front seat of a car.
We need to watch out for space rocks
Last Feb. 15, there was a brilliant point of light flying across the dawn skies of Chelyabinsk in southwestern Russia.
Some of us are ‘privy’ to certain information
Outhouses used to be an object of fascination for me. (and in fact I wrote a column about them in 2007. Since we have all forgotten that, I decided to write another one this week.
Get ready! Get set! Legislate!
The wheelings and dealings associated with the 90-day Maryland General Assembly have been going on for more than two weeks now and some legislation having to do with hunting fishing has already been proposed.
Not so fast
Maryland lawmakers should take a wait-and-see approach before approving legislation to legalize marijuana.
Benton rolls 300 game, 805 series
Bobby Benton started with 17 consecutive strikes on his way to an 805 series at White Oak Lanes. The first 12 accounted for his 300 game. Bobby is one of the most dedicated tournament bowlers in our area and his hard work is paying off.
Airport officials have asked U.S. senators from Maryland and West Virginia for help in the matter of a Federal Aviation Adminstration grant that apparently comes with strings attached that would preclude autosports events from being held at the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport.
Carbon monoxide’s reputation as a “silent killer” was sadly reinforced Tuesday when a Cumberland man died and an Ellerslie man was found in critical condition at a home they were remodeling.
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