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On social media, governor says Jenkins may run for W.Va. Supreme Court
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On social media, governor says Jenkins may run for W.Va. Supreme Court

Staff reports Charleston Gazette-Mail U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins may run for the state Supreme Court seat opened when Menis Ketchum resigned last month, Gov. Jim Justice said on social media Wednesday evening. On his official state Twitter account, the governor tweeted a photo of himself shaking hands with Jenkins. “Today I met with Evan Jenkins, […]

WV House Dems draft articles of impeachment against Loughry
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WV House Dems draft articles of impeachment against Loughry

By LACIE PIERSON Charleston Gazette-Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Democrats on the House of Delegates Judiciary Committee have drafted articles of impeachment against West Virginia Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughry. The nine Democrat delegates on the committee on Wednesday released their draft of articles of impeachment, charging Loughry with corruption, incompetence, gross immorality, neglect of duty […]

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House Democrats grow impatient with pace of impeachment inquiry

By STEVEN ALLEN ADAMS The Parkersburg News and Sentinel CHARLESTON, W.Va.  — Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee are ready to move on articles of impeachment on the only justice left on the bench under federal indictment. In a press release Wednesday morning, the minority members of the committee said there was enough evidence […]

Barnwood Builders episode featuring WVU set to air Sunday
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Barnwood Builders episode featuring WVU set to air Sunday

WVU Today MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Tune in Sunday to see West Virginia University President Gordon Gee, bowtie and all, hammering nails and sawing wood as the Barnwood Builders episode, taped earlier this year at WVU Jackson’s Mill, airs on the DIY network Sunday (Aug. 5) at 9 p.m. WVU alumnus and host of Barnwood Builders […]

Register at online at Eventbrite for WVPA Convention 2018 Aug. 9-11
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Register at online at Eventbrite for WVPA Convention 2018 Aug. 9-11

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Registration is now open for the West Virginia Press Association’s 2018 WVPA Convention, Aug. 9-11, in Charleston. “The WVPA is partnering with WVU’s Academic Media Day program. It’s an excellent opportunity for all media,’ said Don Smith, executive director of the WVPA. “You and your staff will benefit from the great program this year […]

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Randy Moss: The Marshall years
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Randy Moss: The Marshall years

By DEREK REDD HD Media CHARLESTON — Randy Moss’ path to Marshall University was far from a straight one. He originally signed a letter of intent to Notre Dame out of DuPont High School, but the university’s admissions office rejected his application. His next stop was Florida State, to join a receiving corps that included […]

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RDFC sponsors free WV SBDC online and in-person business fundamentals workshops through September

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Finding out how to start a business in West Virginia has just gotten easier. Through Sept. 30, the Regional Development Funding Corporation (RDFC) is sponsoring online and in-person business fundamentals workshops presented by the West Virginia Small Business Development Center (WV SBDC). The sponsorship allows WV SBDC to waive the standard $35 […]

West Virginia National Guard completes corrections mission
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West Virginia National Guard completes corrections mission

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia National Guard answered the call from Governor Jim Justice in late December to support staff at the state’s correctional facilities. It successfully concluded that mission on Tuesday. More than 100 WVNG personnel – 106 Army National Guard and three Air National Guard members – assisted at 18 prisons, regional […]