Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail


Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail


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I can't believe that any organization would have the gall to be sending pleas for money to the people in West Virginia. My funds will stay here in my state to help the people who had the misfortune of being affected by the floods. Suddenlink has it exactly backwards. They need to give discounts to people subscribing online and keep the price steady for those who do not have a computer. They are only interested in making money and are not customer-friendly at all.

According to the FBI, the number one weapon used in violent crimes is a baseball bat. Why is there no outcry to restrict or register baseball bat ownership? Maybe because most of the people complaining about guns are batty?

If the DOH isn't going to do the work on the Winfield bridge, they should open that lane back up. It's an aggravation and a hazard.

It doesn't take a scientist to know that polluting the atmosphere for decades with those nasty fossil fuel fumes and pollution is what's causing these floodings. I'm so grateful that we are going to stop using coal at some point and hopefully we can start recouping some fresh air.

Landau, thanks for great July 4th entertainment. You were wonderful. Charleston should be proud of you and I know Logan is.

I am prouder than I've ever been to be from West Virginia. Thank you for caring for your neighbors. Thank you for showing how much you really care for them. This proves that we are the greatest state in the nation.

To the person who decided to have fireworks on July 3 instead of July 4 - you really ought to make sure the word gets out. I know there were a number of people planning to go on the night of the 4th and not the 3rd.

I will be very happy if Hillary Clinton is elected president and continues Obama's policies. He moved the country forward while the Republicans continue their crusade to defeat Obamacare and get a Republican on the U.S. Supreme Court.

I heard that KCS has a GoFundMe page to repair the schools - didn't they have insurance? Especially the ones right across the river? …

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