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Thursday | Pacific Daily News
The Guam Election Commission is scheduled to meet this evening at the University of Guam field house to test the accuracy of its three newly purchased ballot tabulating machines.
Thursday | Martinsburg Journal
The office of Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recently announced the awarding of $12,769,410 in total grant funding to 157 justice and community service programs across the state.
Thursday | Independent Herald
Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has announced the awarding of $12,769,410 in total grant funds to 157 justice and community service programs statewide.
A day after two semi-trucks collided, with one being pushed into a school bus on U.S. 35, there appears to be at least some public acknowledgment at the state level that completion of the infamous 14.6 miles of two lane is moving forward.
Mingo County Clerk "Big Jim" Hatfield said he received certification from Secretary of State Natalie Tennant for national, state and district candidates.
Members of Governor Earl Ray Tomblin's Administration continued work Wednesday to identify possible administrative fixes for problems found within the Above Ground Storage Act.
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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced today that the Division of Highways' first Private Public Partnership will advertise for Request for Qualifications for a Coalfields Expressway project.
Sugar Grove Naval Base is set to close next year. The base is about an hour's drive from downtown Harrisonburg.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced Tuesday the state is going to use the Private Public Partnership option to build a key stretch of the Coalfields Expressway in southern West Virginia.
Last week, four West Virginia state senators and at least one staffer traveled to Plains, Georgia, to present former President Jimmy Carter with an award.
The name of Sabrina Leigh Deskins was added to the list of those seeking appointment when Governor Earl Ray Tomblin announced the names Friday.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin believes leasing several miles worth of mineral rights located beneath the Ohio River for Marcellus and Utica shale drilling for at least a 20 percent share of the royalties will provide the state a financial windfall without disturbing the environment.
The state Department of Environmental Protection announced Monday its Office of Environmental Remediation has accepted a Voluntary Remediation Program application from the company working toward developing an ethane cracker plant near Washington in Wood County.
The publicly traded company plans to add 100,000 square feet and boost its South Branch employment to 655 total workers.
A bear that attacked a Virginia man in the George Washington National Forest in West Virginia has eluded attempts to capture it.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 01:17 pm
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