Towson coach’s return to city was a great experience for all
I would just like to thank everyone for such a warm welcome and support the weekend of Nov 2-3. My team, their, parents and coach’s commented on how nice everyone was and how great everything was.
Many people make money pushing global warming hoax
Folks like Craig Etchison always have stats, etc., to further this hoax (“Global climate change biggest threat we face,” Nov. 12 Times-News.
We needed to have ‘change’ but this isn’t it
They want us to become drones. Government knows what’s best for you.
Affordable Health Care Act, now if that is not an oxymoron, I do not know what is. And the creators preach how good the plan is for 95 percent of us.
Don’t remove the dam just to make a few people happy
According to the article in the Cumberland Times-News of Nov. 3, in response to Delegate Kevin Kelly’s request for determining the ownership of the Cumberland Ridgeley Dam, a team has been assembled to determine the dam ownership. (“Attorney general assembles team to research ownership of Blue Bridge Dam,” Page 1A)
Worried about the air? What about Smokey Joe?
It was in early spring, April 1941, I was 22 years old.
I and a couple hundred other West Virginia draftees were marching down the main street of Keyser to catch a train to a new way of life.
We might be celebrating, but they have no reason to do so
The first recorded interracial marriage in Virginia (and possibly the country) occurred in early 1600 at the Jamestown Colony.
Global climate change biggest threat we face
In a recent opinion piece (“Climate change argument ice-capped,” Nov. 4 Times-News), Cal Thomas does the country a great disservice by arguing that climate change is nothing more than a “cultist” fad based on “emotional appeal.”
Make Halloween something else for everybody on the mall
Re: The Oct. 29 editorial (“Handy Candy: City should designate night for trick or treating”): The sentiments were right on.
Act of kindness shows there’s still some good in Cumberland
Thank you to the very kind person who returned the purse that was left in a buggy in the WalMart parking lot on Nov. 7. This act shows that good, honest people are alive and well in Cumberland.
Hospice volunteers bring help to families who are in need of it
My mother was cared for by hospice when she was dying, and I will be eternally grateful for the support and care they gave to both her and to me.
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