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Putnam County schools get kits to treat gunshot wounds
Bob Wojcieszak/Daily Mail
Putnam County schools get kits to treat gunshot wounds

Every classroom will soon be able to treat gunshot wounds

By SAMUEL SPECIALE

DAILY MAIL STAFF

Shootings at high schools in Kentucky and North Carolina Tuesday prompted Putnam County officials to take stock of the school...

Putnam County schools get kits to treat gunshot wounds
Putnam County schools get kits to treat gunshot wounds

Every classroom will soon be able to treat gunshot wounds

By SAMUEL SPECIALE

DAILY MAIL STAFF

Shootings at high schools in Kentucky and North Carolina Tuesday prompted Putnam County officials to take stock of the school...

Supreme Court orders Republican Sprouse-McDavid on the ballot

GOP candidate cleared;

court says secretary

of state ‘ignored’ law, was ‘irresponsible’

Secret Service chief resigns amid security lapses

Agency has been under fire for security lapses

Ebola patient went to ER before

Team tracking,

observing anyone who has been in contact with man

Dollar Energy Fund support program begins

Dollar Energy Fund’s West Virginia Utility Assistance Program has begun providing utility assistance grants for the 2014-2015 year for all partnering utilities except for Appalachian Power, which will be delayed until Dec. 1.

The West...

Charleston candidates discuss issues facing minority district
Charleston candidates discuss issues facing minority district

Minimah, Pushkin vying for House seat

St. Albans councilman misses dozens of meetings

Mayor says no one has pushed for member to vacate

Man sentenced to life for killing Kanawha City resident with hammer
Man sentenced to life for killing Kanawha City resident with hammer

Former lawn care worker to serve life, no parole for murder of 90-year-old man

New water line project in works

Funds in place for

design, engineering phase; line affects parts of Alum Creek, Olcott

Health care advocate set to retire
Health care advocate set to retire

Perry Bryant has worked to educate

public on health care reform, other initiatives

Pepsi to launch soda sweetened with stevia
Pepsi to launch soda sweetened with stevia

NEW YORK — Coke and Pepsi are squaring off again, this time with natural sweeteners.

PepsiCo said Wednesday it plans to roll out a reduced-calorie version of its namesake soda made with sugar and stevia, a natural sweetener. Pepsi True...

Syria school blasts kill children
Syria school blasts kill children

Two deadly

bombings appear to target elementary school students

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Kanawha County

Charleston candidates discuss issues facing minority district
St. Albans councilman misses dozens of meetings
Man sentenced to life for killing Kanawha City resident with hammer
New water line project in works
With power plant closure, Glasgow tax revenue to drop

Putnam County

State News

Dollar Energy Fund support program begins
Health care advocate set to retire
New fire marshal outlines long-term goals
Supreme Court questions AG’s arguments
36th District candidates talk jobs

Statehouse News

Tomblin appoints new acting Department of Administration secretary

Education

Higher education officials urge students to complete degrees on time
A state Board of Education commission is proposing a redistricting of regional school districts.
Library officials outline need for levy funding
As families flee coal country, schools struggle

Health

Election

Court critical of state’s stance on 35th District dispute
NRA buys $218k in ads opposing Tennant for Senate
GOP argues for new candidate
Midterm election deadlines approaching
Candidate talks emergency preparedness, economy

Nation and World

Secret Service chief resigns amid security lapses
Ebola patient went to ER before
Syria school blasts kill children
FBI upgrades animal cruelty to a felony
NFL takes a hit with TV ruling

Technology

Oddities

Doves undergo anal search before Chinese event