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firstname.lastname@example.orgA circuit judge and two former state senators were nominated Friday by Democratic Party leaders as candidates to replace former West Virginia State Sen. Walt Helmick, who resigned Monday to be sworn in as the state’s next Commissioner of...
email@example.com“I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.’” — Martin Luther King Jr. speaking on the steps of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Friday announced the appointment of a leading member of the Eastern Panhandle business community to the West Virginia Board of Education. Tina H. Combs, who is president and CEO of the Martinsburg-Berkeley County Chamber of...
email@example.comA committee of elected Democratic Party leaders is set to meet Friday in Romney, W.Va., to nominate three candidates for consideration to complete the unexpired term of former state Sen. Walt Helmick. The 15th District Senate Democratic Executive...
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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Tuesday that he’s delaying proposed changes to child-care aid requirements that could have ended aid for an estimated 1,425 children. Changes proposed in June would have meant families at or above 150 percent of the...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgRetiring Berkeley County Magistrates Joan V. Bragg and Sandra L. Miller will tell you the job is far from glamorous, but after serving together on the bench for 20 years, neither can’t entirely give it up. At least not yet. Bragg, 65, and Miller,...
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Michigan’s recent move to ban unions from collecting mandatory dues from workers might raise the profile of that and similar issues at the West Virginia Legislature’s next session. Champions of the policy known as right to work include at...
Rick Thompson won his fourth term as speaker of the West Virginia House of Delegates on Wednesday while the Senate stuck with President Jeff Kessler for the two-year Legislature, following an election that saw the majority Democrats lose at least some...
Associated PressGov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Monday he’ll seek improvements for West Virginians over his full four-year term, vowing in his inaugural address to protect coal and fight the federal government “to get off our backs and leave us alone.”...
The bell in the historic Berkeley County Courthouse in Martinsburg will be rung 26 times Friday morning to honor the memory of those who died in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, Berkeley County Council President William L. “Bill”...
Armed with their largest share of the House of Delegates in decades, West Virginia Republicans plan to resume their push to require voters to show photo identification at the polls, adding the state to a growing group that expect to debate the topic...
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