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Legislators debate ban on homemade class treats

By Pamela Pritt Register-Herald CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The State Board of Education takes the cake — at least the homemade kind — out of school parties and holiday celebrations. State rules in place since 2008 prohibit parents from bringing homemade treats to their children’s parties. Instead, state education leaders say[Read More…]

WVU sports official Mike Parsons’ payout detailed

By Ed Owens The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Deputy Director of Athletics Mike Parsons and WVU reached an agreement to end Parsons’ more than 34-year career at the university last week. On Monday, Feb. 3, obtained a copy of Parsons’ settlement agreement through a Freedom of Information Act[Read More…]

W.Va. coal production down significantly

By Jeremiah Shelor The Exponent Telegram CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — In January, Murray Energy temporarily idled the Harrison County Mine for two days due to what the company called a “lack of adequate stockpile capacity.” According to experts, this apparent drop in demand for the mine’s coal is likely symptomatic of[Read More…]

Ohio Valley in path of drug-fueled storm

  Prescription pills and heroin have become common recently By Fred Connors Intelligencer/Wheeling News Register WHEELING, W.Va. – Just as the Ohio Valley is emerging from a stretch of bitterly cold weather, it finds itself in the eye of another storm that is sweeping across the country – prescription pills[Read More…]

French Creek Freddie makes his prediction

Prognosticator fails to see shadow, believes spring is on its way By Chad Clem The Inter-Mountain FRENCH CREEK, W.Va. – Dozens of groundhog enthusiasts ventured out to Upshur County’s West Virginia Wildlife Center Sunday to see what the area’s favorite furry prognosticator had to say about a change in seasons.[Read More…]

More testing finds no MCHM at 5 W.Va. schools

By David Gutman Charleston Gazette CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The coal-cleaning chemical Crude MCHM can no longer be detected in water samples taken at five of the six schools that had shown evidence of the chemical last week. After the chemical was detected at the six schools, three weeks after the[Read More…]

The Associated Press shares 10 things to know Monday, Feb. 3

Dorothy Abernathy, The Associated Press bureau chief for West Virginia and Virginia, shares the 10 things you need to know Monday, Feb. 3, 2014. Look for full stories on these late-breaking news items, upcoming events and stories in West Virginia newspapers. 1. WHO’S BUILT FOR MORE TITLE RUNS The Super[Read More…]

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