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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…]

Media Advisory: Oct. 1-7 is National Newspaper Week 2023

WV Press Release Sharing CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia newspapers are encouraged to celebrate National Newspaper Week, Oct. 1-7. 2023 marks the 83rd celebration of National Newspaper Week. Since 1940, Newspaper Association Managers has sponsored and supported National Newspaper Week, a week-long promotion of the newspaper industry in the United States and Canada.[Read More…]

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Extended shutdown expected on West Virginia Turnpike near Mossy; northbound lanes could be closed for several hours

Truck hauling approximately 4,500 gallons of an ammonium nitrate and water solution overturned WV Press Release Sharing CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Turnpike is shut down at mile marker 62 near the Mossy exit following a tractor-trailer wreck. A northbound truck carrying ammonium nitrate crashed on the Turnpike this morning. Emergency[Read More…]

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Two Jefferson County, WV, Commissioners refusing to attend Commission President’s special meeting, citing ‘illegal’ use of power

By Toni Milbourne [email protected] CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Jefferson County Commissioners Tricia Jackson and Jennifer Krouse chose to purposefully not attend the last regularly scheduled commission meeting last week and have both publicly announced that they will not attend a special meeting tonight called by President Steve Stolipher. Stolipher called[Read More…]

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Media Advisory: West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine hosting “Women Interested in Staying Healthy” event at 4 p.m. Thursday

WV Press Release Sharing LEWISBURG, W.Va. — The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) would like to invite the media to the introduction of the “Women Interested in Staying Healthy” (WISH) project in Greenbrier County. Quality Insights will present a check to WVSOM for this grant-funded program at the event.[Read More…]

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