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As I See It

The wnter has been a long one

May 13, 2016 Hello folks. I thought I’d drop a line or two just to fill you in on what’s been happening and just to say hello. First, I want to say how much I have missed writing my column As I See It. more »»

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Letter from JHS principal

August 12, 2016 Dear JHS Families, I hope that this message finds you well. more »»

Taste

The Re-evolution of Running

“Cereal Killers” Coming Monday

March 25, 2016 This Monday at 6 p.m., at Two Rivers Treads we will teach you how to “Run on Fat” and meet the stars of the recent movie - “Cereal Killers 2- Run on Fat. more »»

Guest Columns

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month: What to know about cancer screening

January 22, 2016 (StatePoint) More than 12,000 women are diagnosed annually with cervical cancer and 4,000 women die each year. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

Low carb revolution comes to West Virginia

October 23, 2015 Why were nearly 100 citizens including the wives of two NFL Hall of Famers gathered at Sam Michael’s Rec Center last Thursday? My friend Melanie Miller was igniting the social media world and... more »»

Guest Columns

SOGI Concerns

February 12, 2016 Shepherdstown is considering following a few municipalities in West Virginia to adopt a municipal level non-discrimination ordinances that varies from state and federal civil rights laws by adding... more »»

Wise Guyde

Get along through love

August 19, 2016 This month Wise Guyde turns attention to the topic: how can we all get along with each other? The other day this witty commentary appeared on Facebook: “Things I will not judge you for: 1)... more »»

Guest Columns

SOGI ordinance is necessary

February 12, 2016 My home town is Charles Town. Suffice it to say, I found it unsettling that we, as a community, had even the slightest bit of reservation about the recent push for non discrimination. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

New SNAP policies congruent with the evolution of our species?

March 4, 2016 Diseases caused by poor eating habits destroy lives and cost the nation trillions in health care. Our current Dietary Guidelines and food policies clearly aren’t working. more »»

Wise Guyde

What contributes to happiness?

February 19, 2016 Recently I came across a fun but insightful quote from former Beatle John Lennon: “When I was five years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to lif. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

Official Footwear of the Boston Marathon 2016 - The Human Foot

April 22, 2016 Monday I ran my 22nd Boston Marathon and as a 49yo veteran of this 120 year old event the goal now is fun, sharing the experience with colleagues and friends, and advance the science of how we have... more »»

Taste

The season of leftovers

January 8, 2016 “It’s like colcannon,” I tell my husband, as I pile leftover mashed potatoes atop my leftover spinach salad. He grimaces, but it’s deliciou. more »»

Guest Columns

What You Need to Know About Winter Driving

January 15, 2016 (StatePoint) Winter can be an especially perilous time to be on the roads. Snow, ice, fog and longer nights present challenges to drivers that can lead to crashe. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

A small school fighting the sitting disease

August 28, 2015 Bernadine Somers and Morgan Academy will be the first school of our region, maybe even the East Coast, to experiment with stand up desks for kids. more »»

Wise Guyde

Consciousness Coaching: Part 2

March 18, 2016 Hello again. This week I am continuing the explication of Consciousness Coaching. The first installment appeared here in the Chronicle last week. more »»

The Re-evolution of Running

2015 Dietary Guidelines for America—Sailing for safe harbors or keeping course toward the full catastrophe

February 1, 2016 The new Dietary Guidelines for America released in late 2015—an amendment to the original guidelines that were issued 35 years ago—are not a good recipe for improving America’s dietary health. more »»

Wise Guyde

A worthier topic is for Society discussion is Love

May 23, 2016 When I wrote the first Wise Guyde column 29 months ago, I said that I would keep away from politics. more »»

 
 

Tuesday Afternoon Sewing Time August 30, 2016

Bring your sewing, knitting, embroidery, even your mending — and let's enjoy each other's company inthe Parlor Room of Trinity Episcopal's Parish House, 1 to 4 p.m. Questions? Call Paula Lelansky at 304-876-2930. more »

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NO PAIN,no pain

August 5, 2014 Here is photo of a frog that found its way into our garage, but didn't make it out. Crushed before it's time. At least it did't suffer, I think. more »

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