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Justice: No budget, no pay

On Feb. 24, Governor Jim Justice announced that he is pushing for a bill to fulfill a campaign promise to limit lawmaker pay to...

After credit downgrade, Justice asks for furlough bill

Following the recent downgrade of the state's bond rating by Moody's Investors Service, Governor Jim Justice is urging the West Virginia Legislature to pass...

Shriner named to dean’s list

Thomas Shriner, a member of the class of 2019 from Newton, has been named to the fall 2016 dean's list at Loyola University Maryland. In...

WV innovators launch digital advocacy platform

Advocacy just got a little easier with Tuesday’s launch of OSAY (www.osay.co), a new, easy-to-use digital tool that works to close the gap between...

Clay County preschool and kindergarten registration

Welcome to Clay County’s Pre-K and Kindergarten Registration. We are so excited about the opportunity to serve you and your child during 2017-2018 school year....

National FFA Week celebrated Feb. 18-25

It's National FFA Week February 18-25. More than 4,600 young adults participate in the program across West Virginia. From raising a hog to building a...

Anderson and Hopkins to wed

The parents and families of Amy Anderson and Jonathan Hopkins are pleased to announce the engagement of the couple and upcoming wedding planned for...

Charleston author publishes spiritual memoir

 "I Am a Living Testimony," a new book by Lewis R. Taylor Sr., has been released by RoseDog Books. "I Am a Living Testimony" is...

New poll shows West Virginia opinions on broadband issues

A recent study conducted on behalf of West Virginia for Broadband examines the perspective of the state's residents on a number of issues. The poll...

Senate continues cleanup of state’s obsolete rules and regulations

In keeping with its pledge to improve the prospects for jobs in West Virginia by eliminating unnecessary and outdated regulations, the West Virginia Senate...