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Early Childhood program advocates call for May 20 vigil at the Capitol

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Advocates from across the state are asking folks to travel to Charleston on May 20 to call on the Governor and lawmakers to restore $1.06 million in budget cuts to Early Childhood programs. On March 23 when Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin used his line-item veto power to cut several early childhood and domestic violence programs[Read More…]

US Hotel and Resort Management awarded contract at Canaan Valley Resort State Park

DAVIS, W.Va. – A management contract to operate Canaan Valley Resort State Park near Davis in Tucker County has been awarded to US Hotel and Resort Management, Inc., according to Paul Redford, district administrator with the West Virginia State Park sysem. The current management contractor, Guest Services, Inc., (GSI) will continue contact obligations through June 30, 2014. “Both US[Read More…]

Hair Cuttery salons helping victims of domestic violence

CHARLES TOWN, W.VA. – Giving back to someone in need this spring can be as simple as getting a haircut in time for Mother’s Day. Hair Cuttery, the largest family-owned and operated chain of hair salons in the country, is honored to team up with The National Network to End Domestic Violence[Read More…]

Roush posts low golf score on Wendy’s Amateur Tour

FARMINGTON, Pa. — The Wendy’s Amateur Tour saw Trent Roush of Mason post the low round of the day by shooting a 75 in very difficult weather conditions Wednesday, April 30, at the Nemacolin Woodlands Resort’s Mystic Rock golf course. Mystic Rock, the host of the PGA Tour’s 84 Lumber Classic for several years, was a[Read More…]

Elk River Fest provides two days of unique West Virginia fun

CLAY, W.Va. — For two days in June — Friday, June 6, and Saturday, June 7 — visitors to the Elk River Fest will flow through the streets of Clay, enjoying a unique Mountain State festival and celebration of life along the river. There is no admission to the many activities[Read More…]

Tourism: West Virginia’s best-kept secret?

      MORGANTOWN, W.VA. — With its majestic mountains and raging rivers, West Virginia has become a growing tourist destination. People in the know travel to the Mountain State to brave its white-water rapids, climb its challenging cliffs, ski, ride horses and just generally enjoy the state’s bluegrass music[Read More…]

New Book tells story of hope and Christ’s second coming

RAVENSWOOD, W.Va. — A new book about a West Virginia tragedy shows how a nightmare became hope as a young man accused of murdering his father finds hope in the spirit of Jesus Christ. “With a trial for the murder of his father still looming in the distance … Scott Harrison[Read More…]

Wild, Wonderful & Wired: Many have learned advantages of computers, Internet

CHARLESTON, W.VA. —  Future Generations Graduate School and Mission West Virginia know the Mountain State, from Pendleton County to Kanawha County and beyond. Based in West Virginia, these nonprofit educational organizations have trained West Virginia residents for several years to use computers and access information through the Internet. They are[Read More…]

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