#1 May 2, 2006
It's a small world afterall. Despite the current argument raging across the land regarding illegal immigrants, an older issue still plagues our community. My question is, "Does Hedgesville welcome diversity or does it prefer to remain a divided town?"
With housing prices soaring everywhere, but especially the closer you get to major cities like D.C., do citizens of West Virginia welcome the influx of diverse homeowners who are heading west who are bringing with them larger populations of minority students to the schools?

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