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This week from Charleston

October 17, 2014 This past week the House of Delegates Small Business Committee’s statewide listening tour made its way to the Eastern Panhandle. more »»

 
 
 
The season of detachment

October 17, 2014 And so this monthly column on spiritual development comes to October. This is one of most peoples’ favorite months. more »»

This Week from Charleston

October 10, 2014 I spoke at the public hearing against the proposed rate hike for Potomac Edison on Monday. more »»

This week from Charleston

October 3, 2014 Last week I traveled to Moorefield for one of the House of Delegate’s Small Business & Entrepreneurship listening tour events. more »»

Story telling is of significant value

September 29, 2014 This is a monthly column on spiritual development and my topic this month is storytelling and its value for our spiritual growth. more »»

This week from Charleston

September 22, 2014 Last week, I was back to Charleston for three days of interim legislative meetings, two meetings of the Juvenile Justice Task Force, and a panel discussion with the Our Children, Our Future... more »»

This Week from Charleston

August 29, 2014 I was honored to be appointed by Governor Tomblin and Speaker Miley to serve on the Intergovernmental Task Force on Juvenile Justice. more »»

Perspectives: Eye on Meals on Wheels of Jefferson County

August 22, 2014 Meals on Wheels of Jefferson County is proud to serve the homebound, ill and elderly population in need in our area a hot, balanced meal five days a week. more »»

Let us now praise one another.

August 15, 2014 Have you ever noticed how insidious labels are? In northern Iraq they’re starving women and children to death because they are “infidels”. more »»

Back-to-School Shopping on a Budget

August 1, 2014 (StatePoint) The excitement of back-to-school preparations can bring back fond memories of youthful school days. more »»

Why bother?

July 24, 2014 Well the month of July should be kind of laid back so I thought I would write about some good news. more »»

Letter to a graduate

June 20, 2014 From 2005-12 I was a high school Latin teacher in Loudoun Count. more »»

The Ear – Brain Connection

May 23, 2014 It is well known by audiologists that people with uncorrected hearing loss lose their ability to understand speech and do not regain it once it is gone. more »»

Explaining the Power Animal

May 16, 2014 This is the fifth installment of a monthly column on spiritual development. more »»

This week from Charleston

May 5, 2014 I have had a busy couple of weeks traveling in West Virginia and elsewhere. Last Saturday, I spoke on the Elk River chemical spill at a successful Earth Day Festival at Morgans Grove Park. more »»

This week from Charleston

April 18, 2014 One of the bills proffered by the Governor the Governor this year was to promote easier transferability of professional licenses of members of the military and their spouses. more »»

A season of new life

April 18, 2014 After 20 good years as a Jesuit, I came to the conclusion that the skin just did not fit anymore and so, after nine months of pondering so momentous a decision, I stepped out the door into the wide... more »»

This week from Charleston

April 4, 2014 The biggest news of the week was that Governor Tomblin signed the minimum wage bill. HB 4283 increased West Virginia’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $8.75 per hour over two years. more »»

This week from Charleston

March 28, 2014 The 2014 session focused on many aspects of government reform. One of the reform bills that made it into law is SB 356. more »»

This week from Charleston

March 21, 2014 As predicted, the Governor called us in to special session and the fracking waste bill and the haircut bill were both considered again. more »»

How do we get there? You're already there!

March 21, 2014 “How do we get there?” was the question raised last Tuesday at the conclusion of the first meeting of the Café Society, an intergenerational dialogue held every Tuesday morning from 8:30-9:30 in th... more »»

 
 
 

 

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