2016 Vandaleer: Top Ten Stories Vandaleer December 30, 2016 Feature Photo by Rebecca Kiger Here are the Top Ten stories of the year on Vandaleer.com, a new site that is unapologetically Pro-West Virginia. Visit Vandaleer.com for more information, or connect with us on Facebook. If you’re interested in contributing, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s time to rise up and show the world the real West Virginia. Editor’s Note: This Top Ten list was compiled using Google analytics and social media engagement data. West Virginia, My Home Nevada Tribble “West Virginia produces things that are unrefined, things that transform into what powers the world: timber, coal, gas…and people.” Thousand-Year Flood Picture is Wroth a Thousand Words Crystal Good “I let go of my guilt knowing that pictures, poems and listening was just another way to be of service.” Zach Abraham Will Never Outrun the Catch Steve Novotney “It meant something to us as players for a lot of different reasons, and one of them was because we knew how much it meant to the people of the state.” Yes Virginia There is a West Virginia LeeRoy “Really, I have a cousin in Richmond, how close to there?” Of This Place Laura Jackson Roberts “That is until I stand in these ancient valleys. And then I’m quite certain where I belong.” Why I am Staying in West Virginia Amanda Gribble I Moved Back to West Virginia on Purpose Jon-Erik Gilot “I’m not in Wheeling because I have to be. I’m not here because I failed and I’m not here because I couldn’t be anywhere else. I’m in Wheeling on purpose.” The Huntington Misconception Shannon Lester “No, I’m not from here, but I feel like I am.” The Shape We Are In Mary Jo Yak “Just as they make fun of our culture and our people, let’s consider the way the rest of the world butchers our cartography.” This is Vandaleer: More Than a Story Samantha Cart Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.