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November 6, 2015 I was surprised to see that last week's Chronicle featured an editorial questioning Hillary Clinton's "honesty and integrity. more »»

Thanks to many

October 16, 2015 On behalf of the Shepherd University Alumni Association, I would like to thank the Corporation of Shepherdstown, its Mayor Jim Auxer, the Town Council and Lori Robertson for all of the assistance... more »»

A warm thank you from the Potomac Pedalers Touring Club

October 9, 2015 As chair of Potomac Pedalers Touring Club of the Washington, D.C. metro area, on behalf of my fellow members, I want to thank the residents of Shepherdstown and the neighboring towns. more »»

State Roads' actions make no sense

October 2, 2015 My wife and I have lived on Shepherd Grade Road for 17 years. The first few years we lived here mowing the sides of the roadway seemed to okay. more »»

Commercial zoning change for property adjoining Morgan Grove Park

September 18, 2015 I have waited to see any public comment or disclosure of the unimaginable Jefferson County Commission decision on Sept. more »»

Libraries are important

September 11, 2015 My father often told me that if you're a stranger in town, stop in at the public library. You'll always have a friend. People who work in libraries are lovers of knowledge. more »»

Editorial insulting

August 28, 2015 The Chronicle's editorial of July 24 titled “Presidential delay was senseless, insulting” was in itself both senseless and insulting. more »»

Heartfelt thanks from the Shepherdstown Public Library

August 7, 2015 The staff of the Shepherdstown Library would like to thank the following individuals who helped to make our "Every Hero Has a Story" Summer Reading Program a success: Sandy D'Onofrio, Stephanie... more »»

Editorial was 'senseless'

July 31, 2015 “Senseless and Insulting”? Frankly, that is my reaction to the entire thrust of the editorial criticizing President Obama and his presumed tardiness on the White House flag issue. more »»

Bed and Breakfast incompatible at best

July 24, 2015 The Jefferson County BZA meeting on July 16 had on its agenda to hear neighbors' concerns about a Conditional Use Permit (CUP) for a proposed Bed and Breakfas. more »»

Save our county

July 17, 2015 What happens to “OUR COMMUNITY” when live thoroughbred racing is diminished and the agricultural base is eliminated? Approximately 57 percent of Jefferson County is considered farming ground. more »»

So now we are picking on the dead

July 17, 2015 Editor's Note: This following letter appeared in last week's Chronicle; however, the signature was inadvertently left off. We apologize and re-run the signed letter in its entirety. more »»

Street Fest-- it could never happen without help

July 17, 2015 It’s easy to produce a festival for a sunny day. We didn’t have that luxury this year. It was nice and cool June 27th but the rain did indeed come down. more »»

Chronicle editorial of July 10 got it wrong

July 17, 2015 Your July 10th editorial has it wrong. more »»

So now we are picking on the dead

July 10, 2015 Someone drives by a graveyard, sees a Confederate flag flying over the graves of dead soldiers and is offended by the sight. It continues to amaze me how “mean-spirited” people can be. more »»

Thank you, Shepherdstown!

July 10, 2015 A little over a year ago Goodwill opened its newest store: Shepherdstown, WV. more »»

Many deserve the credit

July 10, 2015 In spite of the soggy start to July 4th in Shepherdstown this year, the rain cleared out in time to allow fine conditions for the town's parade and community picnic to go forward in good orde. more »»

Open Enrollment approaching

July 3, 2015 On June 25, 2015, the United States Supreme Court once again upheld the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare). more »»

Flag at Elmwood offensive

June 26, 2015 Each time I drive through your beautiful and historic city, my heart breaks and my blood boils as I drive past the Elmwood Cemetery on route 480 south out of Shepherdstown. more »»

Response to Zigler letter

June 15, 2015 Mr. Zigler (Letter to the Editor Friday June 5) argues that voter identification laws are necessary to prevent non-citizens from voting -- to prevent voter fraud. more »»

 
 
 

 

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