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Understanding Public Notice

From the Public Notice Resource Center: I.     Public Notice Public notice is information alerting citizens of government or government-related activities that may cause a citizen to take action.  Traditionally and effectively newspapers—that are intended for general circulation, published regularly at short intervals, containing intelligence of current news of[Read More…]

Attorneys for foster children raise issues with West Virginia Department of Human Services

By Steven Allen Adams, The Intelligencer CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Attorneys representing children in West Virginia’s foster care system said the state is actively hiding behind privileges meant to shield leaders of executive branch departments and their internal decision-making processes. Attorneys for A Better Childhood, Disability Rights West Virginia, and the[Read More…]

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Attorney General Morrisey: Federal judge issues preliminary injunction in Title IX, Student Privacy and Fairness for Women in Education case

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey on Monday said the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky Northern Division has issued a preliminary injunction against the Biden administration’s recent Title IX regulation. That injunction restrains the U.S. Department of Education “from implementing, enacting, enforcing, or taking[Read More…]

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Seventeen out of seven thousand: WVDOT covered bridges poster available for free download

West Virginia Press Association CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia is renowned for its covered bridges. Seventeen of the historic structures are located in the Mountain State, many still actively carrying traffic. As the West Virginia Department of Transportation (WVDOT) maintains its more than seven thousand bridges statewide, historic covered bridges are not overlooked.[Read More…]

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Region readies for approaching heat wave

By Greg Jordan, Bluefield Daily Telegraph BLUEFIELD, W.Va. — Sweltering summertime temperatures pushing the 90 degree mark are expected to greet much of West Virginia and Southwest Virginia this coming week. The National Weather Service offices in Charleston and Blacksburg, Va. have issued hazardous weather outlooks for much of West Virginia[Read More…]

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