Opinion

D’Anniballe lived Steubenville values

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: Art D’Annibale was an ardent backer of the mission of Jefferson Community College. His vision kept the school out of politics and on firm fiscal grounds. Art put the welfare of employees first, as I can personally attest to. JCC would have been a different institution ...

Selective Service still important

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: As a volunteer for the United States Selective Service System for nearly a decade, I currently serve as a local board member in Jefferson County. Registration in the Selective Service System is a critical element of our national security and defense, it’s important to ...

Letter statement of a theocrat

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: The arrogance of ignorance is in full display in Barry Bardone’s letter to the editor of May 5 (“Progressives are way off base.”) He begins with the statement “... without God there’s no morality.” This is the statement of a theocrat who is about two steps from ...

Gabbard’s campaign is being suppressed

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard, the dark horse candidate running for president of the United States, is facing severe backlash from the media and her own party for her anti-interventionist war platform and for resigning from her position as vice chair of the Democratic ...

Buttigieg has earned respect

Letters to the Editor

To the editor: Physiognomy is the art of judging character from facial features. Everyone does it. Most of the time the gears remain in neutral, but oft-times when encountering a stranger, we size him up. Can I trust this person? Is his nose too long and his chin too weak? How about those ...

Guest column/An Ohio serial rapist who should stay behind bars

Local Columns

The men and women who are involved in law enforcement just might have the most thankless jobs in America. You see them everywhere, at all times of the day or night, walking the beat or patrolling in a car. Their work is vital to ensure the laws that allow our society to function are enforced, ...

Fallen officers are remembered

Editorials

The men and women who are involved in law enforcement just might have the most thankless jobs in America. You see them everywhere, at all times of the day or night, walking the beat or patrolling in a car. Their work is vital to ensure the laws that allow our society to function are enforced, ...

Spring cleaning events boost area

Editorials

Communities across West Virginia are coming together for some spring cleaning this weekend, including some here in the Ohio Valley. The city of Weirton will be holding its inaugural Spring Street Cleanup, inviting area residents interested in working to collect litter and other debris from ...

More questions in Wells Township

Editorials

Wells Township officials have been left to wonder about what their next steps will be after Tuesday’s election. Voters in the township rejected two 3-mill levies when they went to polls. Each of the levies would have generated $362,000, money that would have gone toward the street and the ...