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Remember our independence

July 1, 2011 On Monday, we as Americans will celebrate our country’s independence. The day can often lose its real meaning of celebration to the parades, bar-b-ques, stifling heat and fireworks. more »»

Community should continue to share ideas about library

June 24, 2011 The Shepherdstown Public Library has received and started vetting through survey results and other community feedback regarding the new library projec. more »»

Riverfront issues should be considered closely

June 17, 2011 At Tuesday’s Shepherdstown Town Council meeting, Mayor Jim Auxer announced that the Riverfront Revitalization Partnership had issued its final repor. more »»

Summer allows for exciting activities in Shepherdstown

June 10, 2011 Summer is officially upon us. The temperatures have been scorching for days, and kids are out of school — embarking, no doubt, on what they hope to be the best summer yet. more »»

Our Opinion

June 4, 2011 Wednesday community members were able to voice their thoughts regarding the purchase of the cement mill property along River Road in Shepherdstown. more »»

Back Alley Garden Tea and Tour returns

May 27, 2011 The Back Alley Garden Tea and Tour returns this weekend. The tour has become a hallmark of Shepherdstown’s summer season. more »»

Voter turnout disappointing

May 19, 2011 About a week ago, some West Virginians hit the polling places to vote for an unprecedented special gubernatorial election in our state’s histor. more »»

A commitment to innovation

May 12, 2011 Last month’s approval of a permit for the addition of solar panels to a property in the historic district is a welcome break from the usually rigid regulations regarding housing covenants in downtow... more »»

The fight on terror is not over

May 6, 2011 Earlier this week, Americans sat before their televisions, awe-struck, as President Barack Obama announced to the world that al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden had been killed by U.S. more »»

'We need to help each other'

April 30, 2011 Vandalism should remain a top priority for Shepherdstown residents as acts continue to be made against our historic monuments and public sites. more »»

Shepherdstown should get behind effort

April 21, 2011 This past Monday, Friends of the Shepherdstown Riverfront, officials from the Preservation Alliance of West Virginia and the Corporation of Shepherdstown as well as other historians gathered along... more »»

Bring mill purchase before public

April 15, 2011 The purchase of the cement mill has been something the Jefferson County Commission has batted around since the county Parks and Recreation Commission voted last summer that it wasn’t going to take o... more »»

Voters should remember important issues

April 8, 2011 The gubernatorial election is certainly heating up. Three candidates will have been to Shepherdstown by the end of this wee. more »»

Workshop will bring river history to light

April 1, 2011 The Historic Shepherdstown Commission is offering a workshop this weekend on one of the area’s great natural features — the Potomac River. more »»

'UGB relationship is a two-way street'

March 25, 2011 The Shepherdstown Planning Commission had its first meeting discussing an urban growth boundary (UGB) in November. more »»

New bill benefits Panhandle towns

March 18, 2011 With the passage of Sen. more »»

Editorial Page — Our Opinion

March 11, 2011 As noted in the Feb. more »»

Editorial Page — Our Opinion

March 4, 2011 Now that Contemporary American Theater Festival season teaser has come and gone, July can’t come soon enoug. more »»

Editorial Page — Our Opinion

February 25, 2011 In the few riverfront revitalization team’s first meetings since October, the group has mainly addressed what they consider “low-hanging fruit,” or more attainable goals in the short time left in it... more »»

Editorial Page — Our Opinion

February 18, 2011 Though it’s still February, Shepherdstown saw some warmer temperatures this week. more »»



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