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PSC orders water utility to continue public projects

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Officials for the state Public Service Commission on Monday ordered West Virginia American Water to continue public water projects, after the utility had said it wasn’t legally required to participate in the projects. Water company officials slashed funding for public-private water partnerships all over the state in[Read More…]

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Vintage car heartbreaker

  MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — It’s not every day you see a powder-blue 1950s Ford by the side of the interstate, but that’s just what greeted emergency responders Monday, April 7, on Interstate 68. And it was a sight to break a classic car lover’s heart. Monongalia County Sheriff’s Deputy Sgt.[Read More…]

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Huntington residents urged to support Keith-Albee

An editorial from The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Huntington has been fortunate that those who built the Keith-Albee Theatre more than 85 years ago and have been entrusted with its care in the decades since were serious about their responsibility to the structure that graces 4th Avenue. Most of the[Read More…]

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Ramps & Rail festival adds royalty

ELKINS – Contestants traveled from all over the area in a night of fun, fashion and attitude at the first Ramps & Rail Pageant at The Old Brick Playhouse Saturday evening. Participating in one of three categories ranging from youth, ages 6-13, teen, ages 13-16 and queen divisions, ages 16-21,[Read More…]

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WVU student newspaper announces new editors

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The Daily Athenaeum has selected its leaders for the 2014-15 academic year. Madonna Nobel will serve as the Editor-in-Chief, and Carlee Lammers will return as the Managing Editor. Nobel is a senior Forensic & Investigative Sciences student at West Virginia University. She came to WVU on a[Read More…]

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Marshall ad students win district competition

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Marshall University advertising students took first place at the district five National Advertising Competition Saturday in Louisville, Ky. The NSAC is sponsored by the American Advertising Federation. They secure a sponsor each year and issue a case study that challenges advertising students to create a campaign. This[Read More…]

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