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Senator to lead third church
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Senator to lead third church

Sen. John Unger heads up services at Lutheran, Episcopal, Methodist institutions

Senator to lead third church
Senator to lead third church

Sen. John Unger heads up services at Lutheran, Episcopal, Methodist institutions

Federal law will help veterans earn education

Little-publicized provision in bill

will allow veterans to pay in-state rates

Chandelier being cleaned at the WV Capitol
Chandelier being cleaned at the WV Capitol

Employees of the New Hampshire-based Acu-Bright remove the glass panels from the chandelier in the Rotunda of the Statehouse as they prepare for its regular cleaning. At left is Keith Campbell and at right is Ian Gray. The workers also will replace...

Lawmakers seek study on W.Va. craft beer industry

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A legislative committee has requested a study on whether West Virginia’s small craft beer industry is unfairly burdened by regulations meant to govern large beer distributors.

Blackwater Brewing Co....

W.Va. AG warns students about scholarship scams

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning students and parents to be cautious of potential scams when applying for scholarships.

Officials say the warning is part of a week-long effort to...

Purchasing Division receives national honor

State gets national honor for second consecutive year

Officials rule GOP can’t replace Raines on ballot

Election commission rules Raines’ personal issues not ‘extenuating circumstances’

W.Va. pension board OKs Guard service credits

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Public employees who also serve in the West Virginia National Guard can count time spent on active duty status toward their state pensions.

They also can receive military service credit for time spent on training...

W.Va. among states considering digital asset laws

Delegate says state should take ‘wait and see’ approach

Rahall, officials to meet about substance abuse

Event with law enforcement will include tours, meetings

Medicaid commissioner on ‘extended leave’

Nancy Atkins, head of the state’s Medicaid program, is on “extended leave,” said Department of Health and Human Resources spokeswoman Allison Adler.

Adler declined to say why Atkins is on leave from her position as...

Ethics Commission: Letters from state lawmakers can break law

Ethics Commission says some mail from lawmakers could violate law

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