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Don’t delay action on state’s budget

An editorial from the Parkersburg News and Sentinel PARKERSBURG — Unless tax collections pick up, there will be no “happy New Year” in Charleston. Instead, there will be notices going out to state agencies that they must cut spending for the remainder of the fiscal year, ending June 30. Once[Read More…]

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Clay County’s Ordinary Evelyn featured in People Magazine

  From the Clay County Free Press: CLAY, W.Va. — Clay County’s own Ordinary Evelyn McGlothlin is featured in the Entertaining Special holiday issue of People Magazine. Nominated by Tamarack, Evelyn’s homemade apple butter is the showcased West Virginia food gift to give this holiday season. The article can be[Read More…]

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DMV should hit the gas pedal on technology

An editorial from The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — No matter what states we have lived in, most of us no doubt have encountered the frustrating waits that seem common at government motor vehicle registration and driver licensing offices. Take a number, wait until it’s called, and then hope to have[Read More…]

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Sen. Manchin praised for political courage

An editorial from the Charleston Gazette: CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The latest New York Times Magazine contains a long account of the 2013 showdown between West Virginia’s Sen. Joe Manchin and the National Rifle Association — a clash won, so far, by the all-powerful gun group. Although the NRA has only[Read More…]

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An ugly result of so much rain

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In this Charleston Gazette photo, a steady stream of woody debris, plastic jugs, tires and discarded household items flows down the Kanawha River past downtown Charleston on Tuesday afternoon. Rain-swollen creeks and streams flowing into the Kanawha upstream of the Marmet Locks and Dam are believed to[Read More…]

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WVU’s entry into Big 12 boosts Clarksburg airport

By Erin Beck Exponent-Telegram CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — North Central West Virginia Airport has topped 10,000 enplanements for the calendar year, qualifying it as a primary airport eligible for $1 million in Airport Improvement Program funds. The Federal Aviation Administration distributes the funds for airport planning and development. “It will probably[Read More…]

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