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Huntington Museum of Art acquires rare 19th century painting of West Virginia view
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Huntington Museum of Art acquires rare 19th century painting of West Virginia view

The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The Huntington Museum of Art recently announced that it has acquired a rare 19th century view of the Hawk’s Nest, the well-known scenic landmark above the New River in Fayette County, West Virginia. A popular stopping destination for travelers since the early 19th century, the cliffs at Hawk’s Nest rise […]

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WVU to help build robust pipeline of West Virginia mathematics teachers

WVU Today MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia University’s College of Education and Human Services and Center for Excellence in STEM Education are set to implement a new project that will promote the support and development of mathematics teachers in West Virginia. The one-year project, “Mountaineer Mathematics Master Teachers: A Networked Improvement Community Building Capacity for Mathematics […]

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10 things to know: Tuesday, July 3

The regional bureau of The Associated Press, shares 10 things you need to know Tuesday, July 3, 2018. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items and much more in West Virginia newspapers. 1. TRUMP BEGINS INTERVIEWING SUPREME COURT CANDIDATES The president’s choice has the potential to be part of precedent-shattering decisions on abortion, […]

Greenbrier and the military have a long history leading into PGA tournament
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Greenbrier and the military have a long history leading into PGA tournament

By DOUGLAS SOULE Charleston Gazette-Mail WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — The Greenbrier Classic’s name change to A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier has been a long time in the making, according to Gov. Jim Justice. “I don’t think there’s any place that has a military history like The Greenbrier that would be more suited to […]

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Businesses in West Virginia towns hurt by 2016 flood expect gains from golf tour

By DOUGLAS SOULE Charleston Gazette-Mail WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Adrian Simpson, co-owner of Wah Gwaan Diner in White Sulphur Springs, said he wasn’t going to go to extremes planning for the crowds coming to the area because of A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, the PGA Tour golf tournament previously called The Greenbrier Classic. […]

U.S. Rafting Championships set sail for West Virginia
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U.S. Rafting Championships set sail for West Virginia

By TYLER JACKSON The Register-Herald BECKLEY, W.Va. — The beautiful landscape of West Virginia will lend itself to another out-of-state attraction this September. Given what the event is, it should come as no surprise. The 2018 National Whitewater Rafting Championships will be held this year on the New and Gauley rivers, as participants attempt to […]

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Health care a big issue for voters in midterm elections

By JESS MANCINI The Parkersburg News and Sentinel PARKERSBURG, W.Va.  — A candidate’s position on pre-existing conditions and protections for older Americans for health insurance coverage in the Affordable Care Act matters to voters in the midterm elections, according to several recent polls. The survey by the Kaiser Family Foundation released Wednesday said 65 percent […]

Recreating history: West Virginia’s John Brown Wax Museum celebrates 55th anniversary
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Recreating history: West Virginia’s John Brown Wax Museum celebrates 55th anniversary

By ADRANISHA STEPHENS The Journal HARPERS FERRY, W.Va.  — On Sunday, the John Brown Wax Museum, nestled in the historic town of Harpers Ferry, celebrated it’s 55th anniversary. The day was filled with food, history and door prizes for visitors of the museum. Door prizes for the event included a signed copy of author Tony […]

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Suit against drug makers amended; W.Va. among those suing 18 generic companies

By DAVID BEARD  The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN, W.Va.  — Various multi-state lawsuits filed against 18 generic drug makers, including Mylan, moved another step forward in June as the combined plaintiffs filed a consolidated amended complaint wrapping in and updating all the drug-pricing allegations they’ve previously discussed in separate suits. They allege that the drug makers […]

Mother and daughter operate sustainable, chemical-free West Virginia farm
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Mother and daughter operate sustainable, chemical-free West Virginia farm

By KAITLYN NEFF Times West Virginian FAIRMONT, W.Va.  — A mother-daughter team in their first year of business said they are dedicated to fostering a “greener” way of life to their surrounding communities. For as long as Josie Martin can remember, her mom, Molly, was always gardening and homesteading on their property out on Opekiska […]