Thursday, September 13, 2012
Roxul likes group effort
Roxul Inc. president Trent Ogilvie had a gift for those attending a welcome reception in the company’s honor Wednesday of last week at the Beckley Conference Center.
Ogilvie encouraged everyone to pick up a small version of an Inukshuk (pronounced in-ook-shook). Each gift box also contained a small piece of paper, describing the significance of the stone.
The Preacher’s Corner
Hard for modern persons to deal with silence
Our organist has been out these last few Sundays and we’ve celebrated the Holy Communion without the traditional accompaniment of well-loved hymns as the people receive the consecrated bread and wine. I perceive this may be just a bit unnerving for us.
Letter to The Editor
This is unfair
What’s wrong with the leaders of our county? Most people can’t afford a house but can afford a mobile home. Then they are turned down from putting one on their property.
The elected officials and zoning are turning it down. This is unfair. Also business such as storage buildings have been turned down.
All this is doing is stopping the growth of our county and needs to be corrected.
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