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Leadership Committee, Educators and Community Organizations Partner to Raise Funds for School Technology Needs

In light of the recent flooding that has devastated many areas across the state, members of the Leadership West Virginia Alumni Education Committee have...

Board of Education Meets––HE White Elementary Planning to Open on Schedule

The Board of Education meeting began with the action items on the agenda. After the approval of the agenda, previous meeting minutes and the...

Old IGA Building Burns in Clay

Last Tuesday morning, just a little after 6am, county base came over the scanner and asked for Station 20, Clay VFD, to respond to...

The People, Life, and Sports Will Rise Again

What is there to say at a time such as this? Sports, along with most aspects of everyday life, have been placed on the...

Veteran-led Disaster Response Organization Team Rubicon Joins Flood Relief Efforts in West Virginia

Team Rubicon, a veteran-led global disaster response organization, is partnering with the West Virginia Emergency Operations Center, local Emergency Management Agencies, and the West...

Mountain Party State Convention Scheduled for July 16 in Bridgeport

The West Virginia Mountain Party will hold its 2016 Convention on Saturday, July 16, from 9:15 am until 4:30 pm at the Benedum Civic...

Federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance Extended to Residents of Seven Additional Counties

WorkForce West Virginia announced that Disaster Unemployment Assistance (DUA) benefits will be expanded to include qualifying persons residing or working in Clay, Fayette, Monroe,...

Appalachian Power to Pay for Electrical Inspections for Flood Victims

As power is restored to most customers throughout Appalachian Power service territory following last week’s devastating storms and flooding, the company is now turning...

DHHR Warns Residents of Possible Mold Exposure during Clean Up

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, Bureau for Public Heath is encouraging residents in areas impacted by flooding to be aware...


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