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Active shooter drill scheduled at W.Va. State

Simulated shooting to train W.Va. State safety officers, first responders in event

Active shooter drill scheduled at W.Va. State

Simulated shooting to train W.Va. State safety officers, first responders in event

Board approves dual credit courses

Putnam school board members approved an updated book policy along with others that will allow students to take dual credit and embedded credit courses during a special meeting at the Putnam County Board of Education offices in Winfield on Thursday....

Kanawha school board debates hiring a spokesperson

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Kanawha County Schools has gone without an official spokesperson for 14 years, but Ryan White, who ran a campaign on improving communication between the board and public, wants to see that change.

In his second meeting ...

Tennant touts education agenda
Tennant touts education agenda

Plan focuses on affordability of college, prioritizing job programs

WVU housing complex behind schedule
WVU housing complex behind schedule

University offers

to find temporary housing for students who signed lease

WVU hires another lobbyist

Manchin staffer to

become fourth WVU

lobbyist to earn more than $100,000 annually

Music serves as therapy for Huntington veterans
Music serves as therapy for Huntington veterans

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Veterans at the Huntington VA Medical Center are receiving a unique treatment through the use of music therapy taught by a Marshall University senior.

Through the national organization Guitar for Vets (G4V), Jonathan...

States renew exemptions to rule

W.Va. has years left before reapplying for No Child Left Behind waiver

Putnam County Fair to start this weekend
Putnam County Fair to start this weekend

Popular county fair starts this weekend with games, concerts, rides, livestock exhibits

Rockefeller presses NCAA president on student-athlete exploitation
Rockefeller presses NCAA president on student-athlete exploitation

Senator expressed doubt that colleges would work to end student exploitation

School’s ‘dorm parents’ may lose jobs

New requirements would force workers

out of jobs at school for deaf, blind

Preston regains control of school system

State Board of

Education says county made strides to reduce deficit

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