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Winter’s favorite bush brightens the landscape year round.

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Our regular commentators on the Opinion page take their turn telling our incoming president, Joe Biden, what their hoeps are for him and this nation. For one writer, retired pastor and martial arts expert Wayne Neller of Augusta, this is his debut as a Review columnist. You’ll be able to rea…

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“A phenomenon noticeable throughout history regardless of place or period is the pursuit by governments of policies contrary to their own interests. Mankind, it seems, makes a poorer performance of government than of almost any other human activity. In this sphere, wisdom, which may be defin…

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A little over a week ago I wrote a column called “Moving on” about how we needed to put the bitter divisions of the 2020 election behind us.

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If I were President-elect Joe Biden and this new Congress I would not try to impeach President Trump.

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Picking up a few things at the store often involves a 30-mile round trip to Wardensville. It’s a pretty little town with the usual dollar store, gas station and grocery store.

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“If ever the world sees a time when women shall come together and simply for the benefit of (hu)mankind, it will be a power such as the world has never known,” Matthew Arnold (1822-1888)

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We asked 5 community leaders from around the county to share their hopes for 2021 — and gave them no direction beyond that. Here are their thoughts, which we hope will inspire you or at least give you food for thought.

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Enough, already, from us “nattering nabobs of negativity,” as we were branded by a distinguished vice president of the United States shortly before he resigned his office to avoid prison (Agnew).

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Over on the Living section cover (Page 1C), we highlight some of the most memorable events, big and small, from 2020 and take a look back at some of our favorite images of the year.

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As they continue to face challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic, rural small businesses and communities with loans through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development program find themselves on the outside once again.

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Not only has the Christmas shopping season expanded well beyond its traditional Black Friday kickoff, but so has the Christmas music season.

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One of the things I have discovered over the years of my life, is that Christmas is work. It takes a lot of effort to celebrate the way we do.

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We’re the oldest county in the state and Romney is the oldest town. Heck, the Review is the oldest newspaper in the state as well.

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As my mind is wondering and searching sadly for the better to come, I find myself turning more and more to other writers for consolation and inspiration.

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As the days get colder and shorter, many Americans will experience what we call “seasonal depression.” Lack of vitamin C, personal interactions and social events are the root for many that experience this illness.

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