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Katherine Johnson

November 27, 2015 A black woman growing up in Southern West Virginia during the early part of the last century would have had good reason to believe her educational and career prospects were limited. more »»


November 26, 2015 On a holiday that says a great deal about who we are, as a nation, Americans will give thanks today for the many blessings we have been given. Here in the U.S. more »»


November 25, 2015 While it may not be the best idea to talk about politics or religion around the table Thursday, it will be impossible to avoid both entirely, if the conversation turns to ISIS and Syria. more »»

Steve Clay

November 24, 2015 Latrobe Street Homeless and Recovery Center has been searching for the right person to bring direction back to the mission. more »»


November 23, 2015 A recent report released by the nonprofit Prison Policy Initiative compared the incarceration rates of each state with those of countries around the world. more »»

Easter Seals

November 22, 2015 Visitors to the Blennerhassett Hotel over the next several days will be rewarded with a dazzling display of Christmas creativity, as the trees for the annual Easter Seals Christmas Tree Auction have... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 21, 2015 UP: To the clearing of red tape that will allow work to finally begin on sidewalks along Front Street in Williamstown. more »»


November 20, 2015 When the U.S. Department of Education put together a scorecard on the value of public colleges in each state, West Virginia came out with mixed results. more »»

Rural Health

November 19, 2015 Today is National Rural Health Day, on which government agencies such as the U.S. more »»

Health Fraud

November 18, 2015 Scammers are not always faceless strangers. Sometimes they are trusted professionals — people to whom most of us turn to improve our wellbeing, not harm it. more »»


November 17, 2015 This week is the West Virginia Library Commission’s Family Reading Week — a good time for parents and guardians to pick up the habit of reading with their kids dail. more »»

Student Debt

November 16, 2015 As U.S. more »»


November 15, 2015 Though the call has gone up for everyone to please hold off on launching the Christmas season until after Thanksgiving, there are some seasonal items on the to-do list that simply cannot wait. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

November 14, 2015 UP: To all those who participated in Veterans Day ceremonies across the region this week. more »»

Healthy Start

November 13, 2015 “No baby should have to battle the health consequences of an early birth,” said Dr. Jennifer L. Howse, president of the March of Dimes. “All babies, everywhere deserve a healthy start in life. more »»


November 12, 2015 Classrooms throughout the Mountain State have been offered the chance to use educational materials developed by the Recycling Coalition of West Virginia. more »»


November 11, 2015 News that West Virginia has dropped from a D-plus to a D grade in the State Integrity Investigation conducted by the Center for Public Integrity is certainly not a positive, for the Mountain State. more »»

Drug Court

November 10, 2015 Cabell-Huntington Drug Court has made a move that should be considered by other courts across the state. more »»


November 9, 2015 Among the criticisms heaped upon those fighting to save the coal industry in West Virginia is the idea that the Mountain State inflates the economic importance of coal. more »»


November 8, 2015 Representatives from JobsOhio took an opportunity last week to better explain their efforts for Ohio workers and the state’s economy. more »»



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