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Appalachian Beekeeping Collective voted Best Honey in West Virginia

West Virginia Living Magazine ‘Best of West Virginia’ Winners Revealed HINTON, W.Va. – The Appalachian Beekeeping Collective (ABC), a project of the non-profit Appalachian Headwaters, was recently voted as the “Best Honey in West Virginia” in West Virginia Living magazine’s 2022 “Best of West Virginia” contest. Since its creation in[Read More…]

WVUToday Story Pitch: ‘Alternate pathways,’ dropout prevention efforts help West Virginia improve to No. 3 in U.S. high school graduation rates

By WVUToday MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Strategies implemented in West Virginia schools to prevent students from dropping out helped boost high school graduation rates in the Mountain State from No. 27 to No. 3, according to West Virginia University education experts. Editor’s Note: This information is provided to assist journalists with related articles. West[Read More…]

For second consecutive year, Mister Bee Potato Chips selected ‘Best West Virginia Made Food Product’

Recognized in WV Living Magazine’s ‘Best of West Virginia’ contest WV Press Release Sharing PARKERSBURG, W.Va. – Mister Bee Potato Chips has been selected as the “Best West Virginia Made Food Product” in West Virginia Living magazine’s “Best of West Virginia” contest for the second consecutive year. The state’s only[Read More…]

Media Advisory: ‘People Over Politics’ virtual panel set for 1 p.m. today

WV & NC Activists and  Legal Experts discuss potential for election chaos from Moore v. Harper West Virginia Press Release Sharing CHARLESTON, W.Va. —  The Greenbrier Chapter of the NAACP (Branch #3227) and Race Matters WV have issued the following media advisory and invite media to join the virtual panel at 1 p.m. today. On[Read More…]

Practices at West Virginia DHHR-run hospital questioned

By Steven Allen Adams, The Intelligencer CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The top attorney for an advocacy organization for West Virginians with disabilities accused the state Department of Health and Human Resources and Cabinet Secretary Bill Crouch of mismanagement and lack of transparency of state-run hospitals. Members of the Joint Committee on[Read More…]

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