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RCBI creates robotics workforce training program to meet needs of 21st Century manufacturing
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RCBI creates robotics workforce training program to meet needs of 21st Century manufacturing

CHARLESTON — FANUC Robotics America Inc. Tuesday (April 30) unveiled details of a Certified Education Robot Training Program during announcement of a new partnership with the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing (RCBI). During Tuesday’s event at the Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI) in Charlesotn, FANUC showcased the industrial robots that manufacturers use. […]

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President’s Pen – April 24, 2013
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President’s Pen – April 24, 2013

From the President’s Pen — Sorry that I haven’t written lately, but much work needs to be accomplished each week on getting into print and getting circulated our West Virginia newspapers. Plus, if you aren’t feeling that well anyway, it makes our journalist jobs even harder. But, the “blood, sweat and tears” of publishing that […]

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Antique show set for May 3-4
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Antique show set for May 3-4

CARLISLE, Pa. — It’s been said that beautiful glassware adds sparkle to home décor. Organizers of the Eastern National Antiques Show and Sale ask what better place to find those missing pieces or starter pieces than at the ENASS event May 3 and 4, at the Carlisle Expo Center in Carlisle. Distinguished antiques dealers from […]

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Power drops first game of road series
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Power drops first game of road series

Charleston 4 West Virginia 2 OVERALL RECORD: 8-11 CHARLESTON, SC — West Virginia Power and Charleston RiverDogs take the field at Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park this morning – Wednesday, April 24 – at 11:05 for the second game of this road trip. The Power will send Tyler Glasnow to the hill against Vicente Campos. […]

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