State Officials Playing Catch-up In Regulating Wind Farms, Wednesday, December 14, 2005, Huntington Herald Dispatch, Brian Farkas, AP.

Attacks Lack Merit, Whittaker Says, Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Charleston Gazette, Scott Finn, Staff Writer.

PSD Seeks Firms Help, Wednesday, September 21, 2005, Parkersburg News and Sentinel, Pamela Brust.

Whittaker Sees Union As Trouble, Tuesday, September 20, 2005, Charleston Daily Mail, George Hohmann, Daily Mail Business Editor.

Whittaker Firm Target of Complaints, Monday, September 19, 2005, Charleston Gazette, Scott Finn, Staff Reporter.

Worker's Comp Crisis Over, Official Says, Friday September 16, 2005, Charleston Daily Mail, George Hohmann, Daily Mail Business Editor.

State Economic Agency Will Urge Receipients of Development Loans To Hire Local Workers; Construction Report, 
BNA Inc. , Volume 51 Number 2537, Wednesday, August 24, 2005, Bebe Raupe

Funding Agency Agrees To Encourage Local Hires, Friday August 19, 2005, Charleston Daily Mail, Joe Morris, Daily Mail Buiness Editor

Labor Group Takes Complaint to Funding Agency, Friday, July 22, 2005, Charleston Daily Mail, George Hohmann, Daily Mail Business Editor

Water Company Affiliate Revives Controversial Practice, Monday, July 11, 2005, Charleston Daily Mail, Cheryl Caswell, Daily Mail Staff.

Union Leaders Call For Federal Help, Friday July 1, 2005, Charleston Daily Mail, Drew Smith, Staff Writer.

Union Blasts Tasty Blend, Thursday June 30, 2005, Charleston Gazette, Joe Morris, Business Editor.

Democratic Leader's Affiliation With Chamber Raises Eyebrows, Sunday June 12, 2005; Charleston Gazette Mail, Paul J Nyden, Staff Writer.

Striking A New Tone,  Tuesday, May 31, 2005; Charleston Gazette, Joe Morris, Business Editor.

Failed Bill Not Vague, Letter to the Editor, Sunday May 1, 2005, Parkersburg New Sentinel.

Hospital Group Says Medicaid Cuts Could Mean Increased Premiums, Monday April 11, 2005, Charleston Gazette, Michelle Saxton, Associated Press Writer.

Workers To Get Prevailing Wage
, Thursday March 24, 2005, Beckley Register-Herald, Fred Pace, Register-Herald Business Editor.

Prevailing Wage Attacked, Praised in Senate Panel, Thursday March 17, 2005, Beckley Register-Herald, Mannix Porterfield, Reporter.

Union:  Law Requires Prevailing Wage, Wednesday March 2, 2005, Beckley Register-Herald, Andrew J. Beckner, Reporter.

Nearly 1,000 Turn Out For Job Fair
, Sunday February 20, 2005, Beckley Register-Herald, Christian Giggenbach, staff reporter.

Plug Tax Dodges, Wednesday February 9, 2005, Charleston Gazette, Editorials

Many Firms Avoid State Income Tax, Tuesday, February 8, 2005, Charleston Gazette, Jim Balow, Staff Writer.

Hybrid Mining/Road Project Draws Scrutiny, Monday, February 7, 2005, Anna  Sale, West Virginia Public Broadcasting.

Comp Bill Not Quite Ready, Sunday, January 23, 2005, Sunday Gazette-Mail, Paul Nyden, Staff Writer

Will Benjamin Be A Reliable Pro-Business Vote On Court?, Tuesday, January 11, 2005, Charleston Gazette, Toby Coleman, Staff Writer