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Governor names Bowling state DHHR secretary
Former hospital executive and nurse Karen Bowling will become West Virginia’s Health and Human Resources secretary on July 1, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Wednesday, taking over a sprawling department recently scrutinized by an audit and assigned the daunting task of expanding the state’s Medicaid program.Continued ...
Health care professional no stranger to southern W.Va.
The new secretary of West Virginia’s Department of Health and Human Resources is certainly no stranger to southern West Virginia. In fact, she has grown up and served the region for a number of years in various capacities across the broad spectrum of the health care industry.Continued ...
There are some bright spots in ongoing Fayette County school facility projects
When an architect calls for $136 million in repairs to get school facilities back into shape — as one recently did in Fayette County — it’s easy to get discouraged. But it’s important to remember that progress is still happening, says the county’s director of operations.Continued ...
4.0 Oak Hill senior credits maturity, support
“I wouldn’t pick anywhere else in the world to be,” says TeeJay Jones of his native Mount Hope.Continued ...
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Memorial Day ceremonies planned in Fayetteville
For those looking to spend their Memorial Day weekend taking part in a traditional graveside ceremony, Fayetteville offers two — a candlelight vigil and a groundbreaking for a new veterans’ memorial.Continued ...
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- Lewisburg stands against power station purchase
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- Memorial Day ceremonies planned in Fayetteville
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A dream start, nightmare end
Lightning on the horizon brought Wednesday's final game of the state softball tournament to an end.Continued ...
The James Monroe Lady Mavericks had felt a shock long before that.
- One step away from Charleston
- Tanner is Summers County coach
- WVU baseball changes up pitching lineup for Big 12 Championship
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No room for criminal acts
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A Hero’s Welcome
Technically, it wasn’t a flight, it was a ride. But by the time a busload of World War II, Korea and Vietnam veterans clambered down to see their respective memorials in Washington D.C., emotions soared.
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