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The number of enrollees in Glenville State College’s Associate Degree in Criminal Justice Program has grown significantly in the past few months from 42 to 287—an increase of over 500%. The West Virginia Department...

The company behind the chemical spill that has left more than 300,000 West Virginians without water for days has filed for bankruptcy. According to a post on the West Virginia Record website Freedom Industries Inc....

Mike Romano filed his candidacy papers on January 16, 2014 for West Virginia Senate 12th District. The 12th district covers Harrison, Braxton, Lewis, Clay, and a portion of Gilmer County in West Virginia. Romano is...

  Nominations are accepted for the Michael Prestera Award of Excellence through February 7, 2014. This prestigious award recognizes individuals whose contributions have resulted in improvements in mental health and/or substance abuse in Cabell, Mason,...

Three Democratic Delegates from the 32nd House District filed for candidacy yesterday. Delegates Dave Perry, John Pino and Margaret Staggers filed together at the Secretary of State’s office on the first day of the...

Hunters in West Virginia killed a total of 2,682 bears in the combined seasons of archery and firearms. According to Paul Johansen, the preliminary...

By Terri Allen   Ciara Brown As a member of the the West Virginia Association of Fairs and Festivals, the Clay County Golden Delicious Festival will...

West Virginia has welcomed its first baby of the New Year. Rylee Scott Atha was born at 6:34am on January 1 at Women and Children’s Hospital in Charleston, West Virginia. Rylee was due on...

The Central Appalachia Empowerment Zone has released the meeting schedule for 2014. Meetings are held on Tuesday nights in the Clay County Courthouse, County Commission Room. Economic Development meetings begin at 4:00 pm and...

Clay County family and friends of West Virginia State Police officer Silas Belt are proud of the work Trooper Belt does. This week, Trooper Belt and his partner helped to assist with the water...

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