76 In 1939, 76 years after statehood, West Virginia made its last payment of the $12 million pre-separation debt owed to Virginia.
77 Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin Co. turned 77 in January.
78 The Farmington Mine Disaster killed 78 miners.
79 The Kentucky/West Virginia border is 79 miles long.
80 The Good Zoo in Wheeling's Oglebay Park holds 80 different species of animals.
81 The general session that ended in April was the first of the 81st Legislature.
82 The state Capitol has been on Kanawha Boulevard for 82 years.
83 Democrats have held the majority in the House of Delegates for 83 years.
84 Cyrus Vance, who served as U.S. secretary of state under President Jimmy Carter, was 84 when he died.
85 The '85 flood, which occurred from Nov. 4-5, 1985, was the most damaging in state history. It caused an estimated $1.2 billion in damage and killed 47 people in the state.
86 The first pepperoni roll at Country Club Bakery in Fairmont was baked 86 years ago.
87 The famed 87-minute silent film "Stage Struck" starring Gloria Swanson was shot in New Martinsville in 1925.
88 The West Virginia Press Association includes 88 daily and weekly newspapers.
89 Hank Williams would be 89 today if he hadn't died in Oak Hill.
90 Storer College in Harpers Ferry was established to educate freed slaves and operated for 90 years until closing in 1955.
91 An explosion at Pond Creek No. 1 mine in McDowell County in 1940 resulted in the deaths of 91 miners.
92 Sen. Robert Byrd was 92 when he died June 28, 2010.
93 There are 93 farmers markets in the state.
94 Built in 1917, the Aracoma Hotel in Logan had 94 rooms. It was demolished in 2010 after a fire severely damaged the four-story brick building.
95 Families own and operate 95 percent of West Virginia farms.
96 Randy Moss had 96 receptions in 1997 at Marshall University. He was named the nation's top receiver that year.
97 To claim a school record, 97 people packed into a PRT car at WVU in 2000.
98 Camp Good Luck, believed to be the world's first 4-H club encampment, was held 98 years ago at Elkwater in southern Randolph County July 29-31, 1915.
99 Mother's Day, the brainchild of Grafton native Anna Jarvis, has been observed as a national holiday for 99 years.
100 Camden Park first opened as a picnic spot 100 years ago. It is now the state's only amusement park.
101 The state Division of Tourism produces a list of 101 unique places to dine in West Virginia. Visit www.wv commerce.org for information.
102 Blenko Glass moved to West Virginia 102 years ago.
103 The Shinnston tornado killed 103 people in 1944.
104 The state is home to 104 credit unions.
105 The state's tallest sugar maple is 105 feet tall. It's in Jefferson County.
106 West Virginia has 106 public golf courses.
107 Beartown State Park is 107 acres of unusual terrain in Pocahontas County. See the massive boulders, overhanging cliffs and deep crevasses from boardwalks and trails.
108 Fenton Glass opened 108 years ago in Martins Ferry, Ohio, but moved across the river to Williamstown, Wood County, the following year.
109 You could sing "The West Virginia Hills" about 109 times during the four-and-a-half hour roundtrip train ride to Bald Knob on the Cass Scenic Railroad.
110 Frank Buckles, who was the last living U.S. veteran of World War I, was 110 when he died in 2011 at his Charles Town home.
111 WesBanco, founded in West Virginia and headquartered in Wheeling, had 111 banking offices across West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania as of 2010.
112 Between 1863, when West Virginia became a state, and 1965, when it abolished the death penalty, 112 prisoners were executed.
113 Putnam County businessman Jack Whittaker took home a check for $113 million and some change after taxes when he won the $314 million Powerball jackpot on Christmas Day, 2002.
114 The Star House, known as a place where hungry transients could stop for a meal during the Great Depression, sits at 114 James St. in Hinton.
115 The Kenova Pumpkin House, which lights up the sky with thousands of carved and lit jack-o-lanterns every Halloween, is 115 years old.
116 Marshall University offers 116 major fields of study.
117 West Virginia has 117 named coal seams.
118 The Pennsylvania/ West Virginia border is 118 miles long.
119 The movie called "The Mothman Prophecies" about a series of strange events in Point Pleasant is 119 minutes long.
120 The Blennerhassett Bridge connecting Parkersburg to Belpre, Ohio, cost $120 million to build in 2008 and was the most expensive bridge in the state until 2010.
121 West Virginia, an outdoor lover's paradise, is home to 121 fishing lakes and ponds.
122 The Summersville Lake lighthouse, which is being dedicated today as part of the state's birthday celebrations, has 122 steps inside.
123 Interstate 64 spans 123 miles through the state by itself but shares another 50 miles between Charleston and Beckley with Interstate 77.
124 Pantone 124 is the official old gold, one of the state's colors, in the Pantone Color Matching System. The state's official colors were adopted 50 years ago, during the state's centennial celebration. In case you're wondering, Pantone 286 is the official blue.
125 The biggest Virginia Pine tree in the state is 125 inches around, or more than 10 feet. It's 65 feet tall and in Monongalia County.
126 Legendary Confederate spy Belle Boyd, who carried Union plans to Gen. Stonewall Jackson, was raised at 126 Race St. in Martinsburg. Her childhood home is now a museum.
127 Heck's, the discount retailer headquartered in Charleston, operated 127 stores in nine states.
128 The Battle of Allegheny Mountain on Dec. 13, 1861, in Pocahontas County resulted in 128 Confederate soldiers and 140 Union soldiers killed or wounded.
129 Moundsville Prison, the state's first penal institution, was open for 129 years.
130 The state is 130 miles across at its widest point.
131 The South Branch of the Potomac River traverses 131 miles in the state before joining with the North Branch near Green Spring, Hampshire County.
132 Nitro High's Chris Martin caught 132 passes in 1998 for the state football record.
133 The landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision in Strauder v. West Virginia, which held that black men could not be barred from serving on juries, was handed down 133 years ago, in 1880.
134 The state Legislature has 134 members - 34 state senators and 100 delegates.
135 Danny Heater of Braxton County's Burnsville High School scored 135 points in a single basketball game in 1960, earning him a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.
136 West Virginia businesses exported to 136 new countries last year.
137 The Washington Heritage Trail in the Eastern Panhandle is 137 miles long. It travels through Jefferson, Berkeley and Morgan counties.
138 The state Capitol moved from Wheeling to Charleston 138 years ago. It would later move two more times between the cities.
139 The largest sycamore tree in the world, located in Webster Springs, is 139 feet tall.
140 The state's first oil well, drilled in 1860 in Wirt County, was 140 feet deep.
141 Still standing in 36 counties are 141 Mail Pouch barns.
142 Barney Fife, played by Morgantown native Don Knotts, appears in 142 episodes of "The Andy Griffith Show."
143 The West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission regulates 143 schools.
144 The Randolph County town of Helvetia, where the German festival Fasnacht is celebrated, is 144 years old.
145 Of West Virginia's 24,231 square miles, 145 are covered by water.
146 West Virginia University in Morgantown opened its doors 146 years ago.
147 The historic district of Preston County's Arthurdale, the first New Deal community of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt administration, includes 147 contributing buildings.
148 The Robert C. Byrd Green Bank Telescope is 148 meters tall.
149 West Virginia is home to 149 Catholic churches.
150 Voila! West Virginia today marks 150 years of statehood.