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WVU rallies past Herd, 74-64

By Rick McCann The Herald-Dispatch CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A 10-for-24 free throw shooting performance negates just about anything, which is what Marshall shot Saturday evening. West Virginia’s (7-4) and Marshall’s (4-6) men’s basketball teams had the same number of field goals Saturday night, and the Capital Classic was basically decided[Read More…]

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Cold pills fuel West Virginia’s meth lab ‘epidemic’

  By Eric Eyre and David Gutman Charleston Gazette CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In the weeks before their arrest, Jennifer Boggs and Jennifer Funk went on a shopping spree for cold medicines used to clear up stuffy noses and make illegal methamphetamine. Boggs and Funk shopped at Walmart, Target, Meds-2-Go Express[Read More…]

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Ethics panel chief admits to open meetings lapse

  By Dave Boucher Charleston Daily Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. — West Virginia’s arbiter of government ethics violated the laws it is supposed to enforce twice Thursday. The state Ethics Commission failed to send the required notice of two Thursday meetings — one of which was devoted entirely to open meetings[Read More…]

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An elegant day at school in Morgantown

By Ben Conley The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Reading, writing and arithmetic gave way to foxtrot, rumba and swing Thursday at Brookhaven Elementary. About 80 fifth-grade students capped a 10-week Dancing Classrooms program with a performance for schoolmates and family. Last year, Brookhaven’s fifth-graders became the first kids in[Read More…]

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Hope comes in form of new fitness center

An editorial from the Bluefield Daily Telegraph: BLUEFIELD, W.Va. — McDowell County is on the move. Good things are happening, and the future is looking brighter. In recent years, we’ve seen everything from new schools, restaurants and shopping areas to a new federal prison, a new theater in downtown Welch[Read More…]

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Lawmakers need better information

An editorial from The Intelligencer / Wheeling News-Register WHEELING, W.Va. — The abuse legislators at both the state and federal levels sometimes take from the executive branch of government surprises us. One would think those who hold the purse strings, as lawmakers do, would be more inclined to demand accountability.[Read More…]

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