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Embargo on Westest results has delayed release of scores

Department says Westest digital testing methods to blame for holdup

Embargo on Westest results has delayed release of scores

Department says Westest digital testing methods to blame for holdup

More problems for WVU fraternities revealed

Six members of a West Virginia University fraternity were cited for hazing and another campus fraternity has had its charter revoked, officials said Thursday.

The university was informed Wednesday night that the Beta Theta Pi fraternity’s ...

Kanawha County schools lack gun threat rules

Officials say school

principals are trained to deal with dangerous issues

McKinley earns new role on Energy subcommittee

Re-elected congressman will ‘hold Obama administration accountable’

WVU to decide on purchase of Beckley campus by year’s end

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia University is hoping to decide whether to purchase of the Mountain State University campus in Beckley by the end of the year.

Earlier this month, officials announced that the schools entered into an...

WVU cancels bus trip to student’s funeral

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Weather problems have prompted West Virginia University to cancel plans to send a chartered bus to the funeral of a student in Buffalo, New York.

A lake-effect storm dumped 6 feet of snow in the Buffalo area by...

Kanawha school official says heat issues apparent

Maintenance department sees work order requests top 50 this week

Charter bus available to WVU student’s funeral

West Virginia University will charter a bus for students who wish to attend a funeral service for Nolan Burch, a student who died Friday after suffering an off-campus “...

School breakfast participation on the rise

Department of Education official says changes make food more accessible to students

Some W.Va. schools have heater troubles

Kanawha braces for today’s sub-freezing

weather; crews ready to respond

Shepherd board approves in-state tuition increases

SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — In-state students at Shepherd University will pay higher tuition for the 2015-2016 academic year.

But out-of-state student tuition will remain at the current level.

Media outlets report that Shepherd’s...

Mon County school takes top spot in W.Va. ranking

George Washington, South Charleston in Kanawha County made top-10 list

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