Perhaps the grounds for the appeal and the arguments will be revealed in the decision. Whatever that decision is, it could be appealed to Kanawha Circuit Court. If it is, more light could be shed on the case there - unless someone can convince a judge to keep the case under wraps.
State Senate President Jeff Kessler, who has four children, got off one of the best quips Wednesday when discussing education reform at the Charleston Area Alliance's Issues & Eggs breakfast at the Marriott.
"Some people my age are worrying about their 401(k)," he said. "I'm worrying about K through 12."
South Charleston has distributed 6,000 calendars to city residents and is in the process of delivering 4,000 calendars to the city's businesses, schools and hotels, said Bob Anderson, executive director of the city's convention and visitors bureau.
"The calendar is our gift to the citizens," he said.