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Associated PressThe man suspected of killing a West Virginia sheriff as he ate lunch in his car was mentally disturbed and had no particular vendetta with law enforcement, his father told The Associated Press on Thursday. Melvin Maynard said his 37-year-old son,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMost people knew Joan Brewer as “Grandma,” whether they were related to her or not. Family and home were her priorities. “Her caring extended beyond her family,” son Jim Acre of Smithsburg said. Joan was the third of six...
email@example.comEd Poling remembers little waffle-like cookies baking on the stove during Christmas time at his home in Windber, Pa. Poling, now senior pastor at Hagerstown Church of the Brethren, remembers those cookies, known as Pizzelles, as having a distinct...
Associated PressGov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Monday he’ll seek improvements for West Virginians over his full four-year term, vowing in his inaugural address to protect coal and fight the federal government “to get off our backs and leave us alone.”...
The Philadelphia InquirerAs Ron Jones lodged his shotgun against his shoulder Friday night, took aim and fired, a heaviness hung over the Lower Providence Rod & Gun Club’s weekly trapshoot in Montgomery County as thick as the smoke that belched from his firearm. Across...
Surface Mine Board did not abuse discretion in affirming mining permit for quarry in Gerrardstown, W.Vamatthewu@herald-mail.comA circuit judge ruled Thursday that the state Surface Mine Board did not abuse its discretion and did not make an arbitrary decision when it affirmed the issue of a mining permit for a 100-acre quarry site in Gerrardstown, W.Va. Substantial evidence...
Associated PressU.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, who came to West Virginia as a young man from one of the world’s richest families to work on antipoverty programs and remained in the state to build a political legacy, announced Friday he will not seek a sixth term....
The thing that fascinates me most about American politics is that just when it seems as if we’ve seen it all, and the political landscape is in danger of becoming dull and monotonous, someone raises the bar. And indeed, shortly after the election,...
Democratic U.S. Sen. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania withstood a spending spree by coal-industry millionaire Republican Tom Smith to win a second term Tuesday in a race in which the political scion had been heavily favored. Casey’s victory also cements a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgAttorneys engaged in a legal battle over a proposed shale quarry in Gerrardstown, W.Va. were given until Dec. 1 to submit proposed orders to resolve an appeal pending in Berkeley County Circuit Court. Potomac Riverkeeper Inc., Washington Heritage Trail...
email@example.comPolitical novices Democrat John Maxey and Republican Paul Espinosa, are running against each other to represent the new 66th Delegate District in what is, geographically, Jefferson County’s largest political jurisdiction. Created by the state...
firstname.lastname@example.orgJoe Manchin had help rebuffing repeated assertions Tuesday night by Republican John Raese that West Virginia’s junior Democratic senator was on the wrong political team in Washington. Mountain Party candidate Bob Henry Baber said Raese’s...
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