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2 hrs ago | Lincoln Journal
The Lincoln County Commission was recently urged to contact the office of Governor Earl Ray Tomblin regarding concerns voiced by local and state EMS personnel regarding proposed changes to non-emergency transport policy.
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4 hrs ago | Pacific Daily News
Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio announces the administration will be paying law enforcement officers working under the executive branch the back pay owed over two years.
11 hrs ago | Logan Banner
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, for example, has adopted and implemented a Housing First approach that first places an emphasis on placing homeless individuals in housing so they are better able to tackle the issues that lead to their homeless plight.
Two seats are now open on Point Pleasant City Council after the resignations of council persons in both the first and sixth wards.
The Rev. Matthew Watts, pastor at Grace Bible, led the show at the West Side church.
Citizen groups are pressing West Virginia lawmakers to enact more restrictions to protect residents who live in the midst of the state's boom in natural gas production.
The completion of U.S. 35 was a hot topic at a meet the legislators event on Friday night at the Mason County Library.
A proposed ethane cracker plant in Wood County likely would have to comply with a state regulation aimed at limiting greenhouse gas emissions from major industrial facilities.
Huntington , Cabell County , West Virginia Three Huntington attorneys are candidates to replace a retiring Cabell County judge.
The state Higher Education Policy Commission will once again ask the Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to consider exempting higher education student financial aid programs from budget cuts in next year's state budget.
If West Virginia political leaders want a multibillion-dollar natural gas "cracker" plant to be built in Wood County, they might have to swallow a bitter pill: state restrictions on the amount of greenhouse gases the facility could spew into the air.
An activist who was arrested on Thanksgiving Day outside the Governor's Mansion says he plans more civil disobedience protests to try to force West Virginia officials to test the dust generated by blasting at mountaintop removal operations.
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This year has seen the emergence of a new national group, Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, which has been assembling a network of like-minded activists since its debut at the Conservative Political Action Conference in March in National Harbor, Md.