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Employment Opportunities: State Journal looking for reporters

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The State Journal, a statewide, weekly newspaper that focuses on business, government, energy and law in West Virginia, is looking for reporters. “Applicants should enjoy the challenge of covering a diverse state with a unique set of challenges and opportunities. Our stories are picked up by national news[Read More…]

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Braxton County newspaper seeks full-time staffer

A posting from the Facebook page of the Braxton Citizens’ News SUTTON, W.Va. — Braxton Citizens’ News is now accepting résumés for a full time position. MUST be dependable, have proficient computer skills, able to work and thrive in a deadline oriented setting. Please drop résumés off or mail to[Read More…]

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Officials await toxicology results on Fayette siblings

HILLTOP, W.Va. — The bodies of a 3-month-old boy and his 1-year-old sister who were discovered unresponsive inside their Hilltop home by their mother Tuesday morning showed no signs of internal trauma, strangulation or suffocation in the initial autopsies performed Wednesday by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Fayette[Read More…]

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‘I do … anything to get re-elected’

Election-year budget talks set to gloss over irreconcilable differences An editorial from The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin appears to be setting up a shotgun budget between Democrats and Republicans in the Legislature. Of course, the recalcitrant couple feign disinterest in each other, but off the[Read More…]

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New tax credit should also be for small business

An editorial from The Exponent Telegram CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — Everyone knew going into this legislative session that the state had some monumental challenges in terms of balancing the FY2015 budget. Declining gambling revenues as well as declining coal severance tax revenues, combined with higher Medicaid costs from the federal government,[Read More…]

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