WVPA Sharing

Member newspaper- and West Virginia Press Association-generated news articles, series, photos, cartoons. This information is available for sharing and publication by other member newspapers.

Cunningham Energy drilling horizontal oil wells in Clay County

CHARLESTON — Cunningham Energy LLC has announced plans for three new shallow horizontal oil wells to be drilled in Clay County Cunningham Energy said all three horizontal wells are targeting oil in the Big Injun Sand formation in Union District of Clay County. The wells will be drilled from the “Rhino” pad, according[Read More…]

Mountain Media looking for marketing manager

Mountain Media, which owns and operates the Mountain Messenger in Lewisburg, The Parsons Advocate in Parsons and the Clay Free Press in Clay and operates the Pocahontas Times in Marlinton,  is look for a marketing manager. The job description is below. Interested candidates should email resumes to Michael Showell at [email protected][Read More…]

WVPA Sharing: Opinion — Renewable Fuel Standard harmful to consumer

Editor’s Note: This op-ed article is distributed through the WVPA Sharing Network and is made available for use  in print and online by WVPA members at the newspaper’s discretion. For more information or assistance with downloading, contact WVPA executive DirectorDon Smith at 304-342-1011, ext. 160. CHARLESTON — When Washington knows best,[Read More…]

WVU Student Report: VH1’s Save the Music supports musical education in West Virginia Schools

Editor’s Note:  The Mountaineer News Service is produced by journalism students at West Virginia University.  Students from the P.I. Reed School of Journalism report, write and produce multi-platform news and feature packages about newsworthy subjects in West Virginia.    By Michelle Deehan, Brandon Hite and Laken Vita The Mountaineer News[Read More…]

Deadline for Oct. 23 News Law seminar is noon Thursday

Newspapers can request invoicing for staff members’ attendance MORGANTOWN — The registration deadline for the  “News Law Training”  seminar being hosted by West Virginia University on noon on Thursday, Oct. 17. Don Smith, executive director of the West Virginia Press Association, said that WVPA member newspapers have the option of registering by[Read More…]

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