Rhododendrons and azaleas, which are closely related, are among the most popular flowering shrubs.
Last week in the House of Delegates, the first bill to pass will help keep our utility rates as low as possible and promote jobs related to the coal industry; including the power plants and river transportation here at home.
Having spent what seems to me a great deal of time in hospital emergency rooms, I have learned to appreciate, to some extent, the solemnity associated with them.
Just as well give God thanks for the stairs at the house. Otherwise, I would be forgetting things worse than I do.
What was on the mind of Jesus as He approached the cross?
The past year has seen the most dramatic shift in decades in health care coverage for Ohioans and the role of hospitals in our local communities.
When the apostle Paul thought that he would never again see the elders of the Ephesian church again, he worried concerning what might befall them, predicting savage wolves would arise spiritually, leading people away from Christ.
What is it that makes for a bad day?
On occasion, I find myself in conversations with people who choose to share with me why they have chosen to not become Christians — or at least the reasons they delay in becoming Christians.
It is Thursday, Jan. 15 and we have just finished the second day of the West Virginia 82nd Legislature.
As Jesus was facing death, He was concerned for the spiritual welfare of His chosen apostles, but He also had care for those who who would follow the teachings He had given to those apostles.
To every generation there is given the way and means to, in some measure, affect a meaningful legacy for those who follow after.
Last week, I told about the rigor I had with one of our commodes that became stopped up during the holidays.
When a person faces certain physical death, it is not unnatural for their minds to turn to thoughts concerning their life, the meaning of their life, and what is to come following their death.
One of two great perils in the world that we face today is the ever-present danger of “missing” God at work.
It was a crowded household for us during the New Year holiday week. That was when all the families could make our annual holiday gathering at the house here instead of Christmas week this year.
Composting is a process that any gardener or homeowner should be using on a regular basis. However, I encourage individuals to keep this process to a minimum.
SOUTH POINT, Ohio — Henry Clay Mitchell Jr., 67, of South Point, died Friday, Jan. 2, 2015, at his residence.
Many farmers and landowners face the unsure activity of selling timber in their lifetime.