Monthly Archives: August 2013
Chloe Gayle Rose, a fourth grader in Mrs. Cliver’s class at Clay Elementary, has just had her second book accepted for publication. Last year Chloe had her first children’s book “The Snake That Eats Cake” published. In March of 2013 Clay County Delegate Dave Walker...
From the Desk of Delegate Perry: The Legislature returned to Charleston last week for August’s interim meetings. Many of those meetings that I attended focused on finances as state agencies begin to feel the effects of the 7.5 percent across the board budget cuts for...
Hearing Docket for August 28, 2013 – Magistrate Boggs 9:00 am, Belt vs. Christopher Graham, Obstructing an Officer 9:00 am , Davis vs. Wanda Coulter, Assault 9:00 am, Belt vs. Oscar Adkins, Brandishing, Destruction of Property 9:00 am , Belt vs. Debra Workman, Obstructing an Officer 10:00 am, Belt...
Those wishing to submit entries for the 11th annual West Virginia Operation Wildflower “Roadsides in Bloom” calendar photo contest have until Oct. 1, 2013. The contest is sponsored by the state departments of Environmental Protection and Transportation. Judges will be looking for the best photographs...
August 21 at 7:30 a.m. two activists paddled out onto the 2.8 billion gallon Shumate slurry impoundment in Raleigh County with banners reading, “Slurry Poisons Appalachia” and “Gov. Tomblin, Put Health Over Profit.” Later this morning, one activist locked himself to a barrel...
By Erica Kearns Sharon Day, the National Co-Chair of the Republican National Committee has extended an invitation to West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin, saying now may be the time for him to change parties. “I think the values of West Virginia are more Republican...
One of West Virginia’s most worrisome forest pests will have fewer places to hide in 2014. The West Virginia Department of Agriculture (WVDA) has announced it will greatly expand the Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (HWA) Cooperative Pilot Project, started in 2011 to provide private landowners with...
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