Apr 10, 2013
Tyler Star News
From Leonard C. McIe
My letter is concerning Almost Heaven Wild and Wonderful West "By God" Virginia and the politicians and coal companies and gas well drillers versus the hillbillies and property owners and tourists.
Conductors daughter comes home again to play
Talia Schiff is an accomplished cellist. But she is also the product of a musical heritage rooted in the history of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra.
On the up and up: Seneca Rocks has a rich climbing history
With its razorback ridges and fins, Seneca Rocks is one of the most impressive and most visited natural landmarks in West Virginia.
History adds to attraction of Seneca Rocks
It is hard to miss Seneca Rocks. It is a giant slab of bare white sandstone with sheer cliffs, towering 900 feet above the surrounding valley in the Allegheny Mountains in West Virginia's eastern panhandle.