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- Audit discovers reporting issues for W.Va. Youth Services Program
Attorney general to intervene in gay marriage case
The West Virginia Attorney General’s Office said in a motion Friday that it wants to defend in federal court the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
Former Mingo County prosecutor pleads guilty in federal corruption case
A former Mingo County prosecutor pleaded guilty Monday in a federal corruption case.
- Applications for State Fair scholarships are available
- Another suit filed against wind farm
- Marlinton asks for halt to donations while families get organized into new homes
Petrochemical giant looking at Wood County for possible plants
Petrochemical giant Odebrecht has chosen a site in West Virginia to explore the possible location of an ethane cracker plant and three polyethlene plants, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced Thursday.
The estimated cost and timetable of the potential project weren’t been disclosed, although officials said Odebrecht has a purchase option on land for the site in Parkersburg.
Clements named president of Clemson University
Jim Clements has been named the 15th president of Clemson University.
Clemson Board of Trustees Chairman David Wilkins announced the board’s selection Monday. Clements has been president of West Virginia University since 2009
- Lights, camera, action for Va. mine safety
- Mingo leaders vow to win back trust
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