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Beautiful Parkersburg, West Virginia

In 1802, a young French aristocrat named Irénée du Pont de Nemours, who had fled the French Revolution, built a gunpowder mill in northeast … 9 more words

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Beautiful Parkersburg, West Virginia

In 1802, a young French aristocrat named Irénée du Pont de Nemours, who had fled the French Revolution, built a gunpowder mill in northeast … 9 more words

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We Stand with WDBJ

This is a story I wish I didn’t have to write:

They were two young journalists, eager and hungry for a story, fulfilling their dreams of working in TV news.

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Journalism

Out the Screen Door: West Virginia

How do you explain to a three year old that you are moving?  Luna is a mature (for her age) collie, but she doesn’t understand where I’m going–San Diego, by way of Kentucky, Colorado, and Idaho, and she doesn’t give a damn why–to start a new job on the West Coast.   112 more words

Travel

Coffee Break Confidential: Debriefing Marc Harshman

It’s Katherine, writing from Timbuktu — which is, incidentally, not that far away . . . at least when you have military aircraft capable of reaching Mach 3 at your disposal. 760 more words

Eerdfolk

A Walk Through Isaiah

It is difficult for me to pick a favorite book of the Bible, but Isaiah in the Old Testament is a top contender. Digging deeper past God’s judgment of sin, we find promises fulfilled only in Jesus, assurance of God’s comfort, and anticipation of heaven’s glory revealed. 253 more words

Faith