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Reading

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 »»

Donations

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 »»

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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 »»

Recycling

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 »»

Integrity

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 »»

Economy

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 »»

JobsOhio

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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November 7, 2015 UP: To students from Parkersburg and Parkersburg South high schools who participated in a fund-raising challenge presented by Dominion Hope and the United Way Alliance of the Mid-Ohio Valley, in the... more »»

Education

November 6, 2015 During the West Virginia Education Summit this week, State Superintendent of Schools Michael Martirano put forth a grand idea. more »»

Volunteer

November 5, 2015 For those who have ever wished there was something they could do to help their community, but were not quite sure where to start, the United Way Alliance has an answer. more »»

Generosity

November 4, 2015 Local developer Pat Minnite made a move Tuesday that brings “great momentum” to what could be an important project for the Mid-Ohio Valley. more »»

Rankings

November 3, 2015 West Virginia has had plenty of bad news when it comes to its rankings among the states in terms of various measures of wellbeing. more »»

Election Day

November 2, 2015 Mid-Ohio Valley residents on the Ohio side of the river have some decisions to make tomorro. more »»

Please Give

November 1, 2015 As Mid-Ohio Valley residents wake up this morning after an extra hour of sleep (assuming they remembered to set back their clocks), the shorter days and earlier nightfall remind us winter is on its... more »»

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October 31, 2015 UP: To increased interest in the Wood County Schools fifth-grade band program, with participation surging by more than 37 percent. more »»

A.L.I.C.E.

October 30, 2015 The Wood County Board of Education made a fantastic decision this week when it approved an active-shooter response program that will keep kids safer, should the unthinkable occu. more »»

Education

October 29, 2015 West Virginia’s schools have a problem to solve — one that has apparently baffled teachers and administrators for at least 17 years. more »»

 
 
 

 

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