One more example of the locals' fascination with all things Gee
I can't make this up. The front page headline reads:
WVU President E. Gordon Gee Visits Wheeling
And the article begins:
Prospective West Virginia University students and their parents got the chance to ask university President Gordon Gee “anything.”
Gee was in Wheeling at Oglebay’s Wilson Lodge on Tuesday as part of the final leg of . . .
WVU president spent $2.2 million in tuition money to pay for private flights (with 3/17 bow tie update)
Pay no attention to appearances, President E. Gordon Gee says it’s “perfectly legitimate”
From reporters Jake Zuckerman and Ryan Quinn in this morning’s Charleston Gazette-Mail:
West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee said the university will look to shift the cost of his flights on private planes to be paid through university donations rather than tuition dollars.
This comes after a report showing Gee spent more than . . .
Are we celebrating too soon?
A very large headline in this morning’s Wheeling Intelligencer proclaims:
China Making Moves In the Mountain State
The sub-headline tells us:
Deal hailed as major step forward for W.Va.
And the first paragraph gives us the details:
The $83.7 billion a Chinese firm plans to spend developing West Virginia’s . . .
Yesterday’s “exhaustive” study by thirteen federal agencies that concluded that humans are the dominant cause of global warming? Or WVU President Gee’s rehashing last Monday of a two-month old study?
Today, on the front page of many U.S. newspapers is a headline similar to this one:
US Report Contradicts Trump Team: Warming Mostly Man-Made
That’s the New York Times headline for an AP article on climate change that begins:
A massive U.S. report concludes the evidence of global warming is stronger than ever, contradicting a favorite . . .
Despite having no experience in education, Betsy DeVos became Secretary of Education earlier this year by the narrowest of margins -- a tie-breaking vote by Vice President Pence. Until today, our local "newspapers" have published nothing but kind words about her. If you do a search on their website it yields at least a half-dozen . . .
For those who didn't see it or couldn't make it all the way through WVU President E. Gordon Gee's Sunday opinion piece, this afternoon's Wheeling News-Register editorial has decided to highlight his most important point:
Gee believes: The current situation "presents us with a demand. That demand is to strip away the . . .
David McKinley -- credit where credit isn't due
With Veteran's Day over for photo-ops and no additional fake awards to receive, our local representative hasn't gotten much local ink lately. Today's editorial, "McKinley Deserves Credit on Coal Ash," attempts to rectify that with a 300 word editorial praising him for . . .