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Manchin: Health benefits fix ‘never would have happened’ without miners’ action

By Michelle Dillon Times West Virginian FAIRMONT — Active and retired coal miners and their families, politicians and others gathered to talk about and celebrate Congress securing the health benefits of retired miners. U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and United Mine Workers of America District 31 International Vice President Mike Caputo spoke at the “Keep the […]

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Opinion: U.S. Sen. Capito’s weekly address

From the Office of Shelley Moore Capito: Weekly Address to West Virginians – May 5, 2017: Hello! Thanks for watching my weekly video message. This week the Senate passed a government funding bill that delivers many wins for West Virginia. In addition to providing permanent health care for our miners, the bipartisan agreement includes essential funds for flood […]

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Schneider looking to hire truck drivers
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Schneider looking to hire truck drivers

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West Virginia trout stocking the week of May 1-5, 2017

ELKINS, W.Va. – The following waters were stocked the week of May 1, 2017: Anawalt Lake Anthony Creek Beech Fork Tailwaters Berwind Lake Big Sandy Creek Blackwater River Boley Lake Brandywine Lake Brushy Fork Lake Buckhannon River Buffalo Creek Buffalo Creek (Brooke) Bullskin Run Castleman Run Lake Clover Run Conaway Run Lake Coopers Rock Lake […]

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W.Va. Symphony Orchestra presents ‘Country Roads’

Event part of ZMM Architects & Engineers Pops Series   CHARLESTON, W.VA. – The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra (WVSO) joins classic country on Saturday, May 13, at the Clay Center in a musical tribute to the greatest stars in country music. Conductor Grant Cooper Conductor welcomes vocalists Rachel Potter, Patrick Thomas and Alana Springsteen Nashville performers Potter […]

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West Virginia Legislature adjourns without budget bill
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West Virginia Legislature adjourns without budget bill

By JOSELYN KING For The Parkersburg News and Sentinel CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The next move for West Virginia lawmakers working to pass a 2018 budget is to go home for 10 days. A special session of the Legislature adjourned Friday after Senate members passed a revenue bill needed for the budget, and House members voted […]

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Highmark Inc.’s anti-fraud programs continue to see results

  Release from Highmark Inc.: CHARLESTON, W.Va. —  Highmark Inc.’s anti-fraud efforts continue to be highly effective in combating fraud, waste and abuse (FWA). During the past five years the company’s fraud team has helped to detect or prevent abuses such as fraudulent claims, saving hundreds of millions of dollars for its customers and the company. […]

WV House again rejects bill; 10-day recess called
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WV House again rejects bill; 10-day recess called

Jake Zuckerman The Charleston Gazette-Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In a floundering start to a special session convened to create a budget for the coming fiscal year, the House of Delegates has rejected two versions of the same budget framework, the Legislature has recessed until May 15 and West Virginia’s budget dilemma remains unresolved. After a […]