How many times have we heard it said that it is “better to be proactive than reactive”? This is old advice that has proven itself true through many battles. Another piece of sage advice is that “success breeds success.”
If you spend any time at all in front of a television, you’ve no doubt at one time or another seen one of those animal activist group ads asking for money to help with the rescue and aid of desperately mistreated and abandoned animals.
There’s an old axiom that goes like this: “Success is not final, failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.”
Did you know there are many words that we commonly use today that mean just the opposite of what they did when they were first used?
Nestled throughout several southern West Virginia coal communities is an organization that has had dramatic impacts on the lives of thousands of our local residents. It is with great pleasure that we at the Mingo Messenger say, “Happy 50th anniversary” to Southern West Virginia Community and…