Archive for October, 2017

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Geocaching for the Mothman, Aug. 19-20

By MORGAN McKINNESS Point Pleasant Register POINT PLEASANT, W.Va.  — Geocache fans will be swarming to Point Pleasant next week for the annual Mothman Geotrail event, set for Aug. 19 – 20. The event begins with a night trail Friday at the West Virginia State Farm Museum, and ends Saturday evening after a day of […]

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WalletHub ranks West Virginia the fourth worst state to have a baby

By WENDY HOLDREN The Register-Herald BECKLEY, W.Va. — Based on cost, health care accessibility, baby-friendliness and family-friendliness, WalletHub has ranked West Virginia as the fourth worst state in the U.S. to have a baby. The Mountain State ranked worst in the nation for fewest pediatricians and family doctors per capita, and third worst for fewest midwives and […]

WVU Marching Band prepares for a new year
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WVU Marching Band prepares for a new year

By DOUGLAS SOULE The Daily Athenaeum MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Morgantown has pulsed with the music of WVU Band Camp for the past week. The Marching Band, called The Pride, gathered in front of the WVU Coliseum on Thursday morning, stretching before picking up their instruments, flags and batons. A medical tent sat on the sidelines. […]

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New state website launched for education and arts

HD Media The Logan Banner CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Office of Secretary of Education and the Arts recently launched a new website enabling users to access useful and relevant information quickly and easily. The new website, www.edandarts.wv.gov/, was built using responsive design, adjusting to any size screen whether the user is accessing the site […]

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10 things to know today: Tuesday, Aug. 15

The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know  Tuesday, Aug. 15, 2017. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers. 1. HOW CHARLOTTESVILLE COMPARES WITH CHARLESTON The deadly white nationalist rally in Virginia and the mass shooting inside a South Carolina […]

West Virginia’s natural gas industry supporting flood recovery efforts
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West Virginia’s natural gas industry supporting flood recovery efforts

From the West Virginia Oil & Natural Gas Association:  Charleston, W.Va. – West Virginia’s natural gas industry is working to help those communities and residents affected by the flooding in the north central and northern parts of the state, representatives announced today. “West Virginians support one another in tough times,” said Anne Blankenship, executive director of […]

Scripps Howard Foundation recognizes WVU’s Maryanne Reed
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Scripps Howard Foundation recognizes WVU’s Maryanne Reed

CHICAGO, Ill. — Maryanne Reed, dean of the WVU Reed College of Media, was honored the Scripps Howard Foundation as its Administrator of the Year during the annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication convention in Chicago.  At AEJMC Conference, the Scripps Howard Foundation honors Reed as Administrator of the Year and Allan Richards from FIU College of Communication, Architecture […]

Gov. Justice requests federal disaster declaration for July flooding
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Gov. Justice requests federal disaster declaration for July flooding

From the office of Gov. Jim Justice: CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Gov. Jim Justice has asked President Trump to declare a major disaster for the State of West Virginia in the wake of the severe late July storms that brought flooding, landslides, mudslides and wind damage to a dozen counties. Gov. Justice explained to the White House […]

Photos offer memories of WVPA Convention 2017
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Photos offer memories of WVPA Convention 2017

DAVIS, W.Va. — The West Virginia Press Association held its 2017 Convention, Aug. 3-5, at Canaan Valley Resort. Here are photos from the event:  

Capitol vigil speaks against hate, bigotry
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Capitol vigil speaks against hate, bigotry

By CARLEE LAMMERS Charleston Gazette-Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Rev. Marlon Collins said the country has seen a “detestable monster” rear its head after the protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, this weekend. “Here’s the problem. There is a sick monster that has been alive in this country since it was founded,” Collins, the pastor at Shiloh […]