We stopped at a chain restaurant just off the interstate on a recent trip.
It’s one of Orton Jones’ favorite stories. If you don’t find it in his Reflections column this week on Page 1B, I’ll tell it here.
It was sadly inevitable, but the coarsening of our society has wormed its way even into the most hallowed halls of American government.
Much has been made about the overtures West Virginia has been making to some counties in Virginia about bolting the Old Dominion and joining their neighbors to the west.
Perhaps one reason our schools have problems reaching the goals we want them to reach is we keep rearranging the goalposts.
In the West Virginia House of Delegates a bill is under consideration that would require schools in West Virginia teach cursive writing in the 3rd through 5th grades.