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10 things to know: Tuesday, Sept. 17

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The regional bureau of The Associated Press shares 10 things you need to know Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers. 1. IRAN’S SUPREME LEADER RULES OUT TALKS WITH AMERICA Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says that “there will be no […]

National Hunting and Fishing Days celebration to be held at Stonewall Resort State Park  Sept. 21-22
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National Hunting and Fishing Days celebration to be held at Stonewall Resort State Park Sept. 21-22

Release from www.wvdnr.gov: ROANOKE, WV – West Virginia’s celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days is returning to Stonewall Jackson Resort State Park on Sept. 21-22. While many of the popular attractions are back, outdoor enthusiasts can expect the state’s largest hunting and fishing show to sound a little different this year. In addition to big […]

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Citing planned protest, W.Va. Highways Department seeks to limit turnout at mass employee grievance

By Phil Kabler, Charleston Gazette-Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Attorneys for the West Virginia Division of Highways are asking the state Public Employees Grievance Board to make an exception to a law that allows grievants to attend their grievance hearings without having to take time off from work or use leave time. In a letter to […]

Opinion: State subsidization of greyhound racing no longer makes sense in W.Va.
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Opinion: State subsidization of greyhound racing no longer makes sense in W.Va.

By W.Va. Senate President Mitch Carmichael In recent years, our Legislature has placed an emphasis on moving West Virginia into the national mainstream. From legal reform to education reform, and everything in between, a common driver of our agenda has been to ensure that West Virginia is no longer ranked last in everything good and […]

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Editorial: 18 months ago, Charleston Gazette-Mail faced bankruptcy. Now, its doubled the digital subscriptions

By Greg Moore Executive Editor In my conversations with Gazette-Mail readers, by both email and phone, I find myself thanking them more and more regularly. Doesn’t matter if they’re suggesting a story, or complaining about one that’s been written, or having trouble logging in to our website, or saying they can’t get a carrier to put […]

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Editorial: W.Va. must use energy wisely

By The Intelligencer of Wheeling: No doubt the fossil fuel-hating crowd will be upset at action last week by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection — but DEP officials were absolutely right. The DEP has approved construction of a plant proposed for Mason County, where a coal-to-liquids plant is to be built. It will […]

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Poore defines vision for diversity, equity and inclusion at WVU
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Poore defines vision for diversity, equity and inclusion at WVU

Release from WVU Today: MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Every member of the West Virginia University family has a responsibility to create an inclusive environment where Mountaineers celebrate differences and find a path for unity, Meshea Poore, who leads the University’s efforts said Monday (Sept. 16).  “We all must hold each other accountable for the ways in which we help […]

W.Va. counties discourage outdoor burning due to dry conditions
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W.Va. counties discourage outdoor burning due to dry conditions

By Greg Jordan Bluefield Daily Telegraph Princeton, W.Va. — Dry conditions with little rain in the forecast prompted officials in southern West Virginia and southwest Virginia to ban outdoor burning or encourage people living in places where burning is still permitted to refrain from doing so. September and October are typically dry times of the […]

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Mon Health hosting Pink Ribbon Concert Series across north central West Virginia to benefit cancer care

Release from Mon Health Systems: MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Mon Health System is collaborating with the West Virginia Jazz Society to put on a series of concerts in October across north central West Virginia to benefit cancer care within the health system. The Pink Ribbon Concert Series will provide a variety of music genres at different […]

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10 things to know: Monday, Sept. 16

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The regional bureau of The Associated Press shares 10 things you need to know Monday, Sept. 16, 2019. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers. 1. WHO TRUMP, POMPEO BLAME FOR ATTACK ON SAUDI OIL PLANTS The president, secretary of state and other […]