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  By Shanna Paige   The Clay County Board of Education held it regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, August 18, 2014. One day before school started teachers and custodians were still being placed. Linda Scott, Delno Coen,...
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  By Dan Heyman   It’s been more than six months since Charleston tap water was declared drinkable. But is our water system any safer now? The Freedom chemical spill spun off investigations and reform efforts; most remain...
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  The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) will conduct fisheries surveys and sampling for fish health assessments on the Kanawha and Elk rivers during the week of August 25, according to Bret Preston,...
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    West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is updating consumers about Monday’s news relating to a data security breach at Community Health Systems, the parent company of four hospitals and several clinics and physicians’ offices...
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  Today, U.S. Senators Joe Manchin and Jay Rockefeller, along with Representative Nick Rahall, announced $526,266 in funding to help individuals and families in West Virginia with non-disaster related emergencies. The funding is provided by...
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  WCHS TV in Charleston, West Virginia has lifted its embargo against Independent Congressional candidate and former CBS and NBC newsman Ed Rabel. On it’s 5:30 news broadcast this evening, WCHS mentioned Rabel’s candidacy for the...
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  TODAYS TOPIC: “Click Bait” Scams Exploit Robin Williams’ Death. Whenever a major story dominates the news, scammers take advantage of the public’s interest with online photos, stories and social media links that claim to...
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  By Terri Allen The Clay County Golden Delicious Festival is held the third full weekend of September each year. Four days of family fun are planned to celebrate the history of Clay County in being...
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It is almost time for the annual Clay County Golden Delicious Festival and Quilt Show. Registration for the quilt show will be September 17, 2014 from 10:00 to 2:00pm at the Jubilee Mountain Church...

  First Day of School! By Shanna Paige Another summer has gone and fall is in the near future. On August 19,...