Last week I wrote about the end of an era.
All that remained were some scattered papers and a few furnishings after everything else had been picked over.
There are about as many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July as there are Americans.
Imagine police issuing a warning to criminals that they are welcome to rob stores on Main Street as long as they steer clear of those on a certain list.
This week knights and ladies of the Golden Horseshoe will be recognized at the State Capitol.
The recent decision to cancel the Keystone XL pipeline was expected after Joe Biden effectively killed the project on his first day in the White House.
It was just another of those rankings of states where West Virginia ended up in 50th place. We’re used to it by now.