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22 Jun

The Fayette Tribune: With knowledge from the West Virginia University Extension Service, homeowners can make sure private water supplies are clean in order to keep their families and pets safe…

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22 Jun

The (Morgantown) DPost: Hundreds of new AmeriCorps members were sworn in at the Morgantown Event Center on Monday, June 20, in preparation for a summer of service…

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8 Jun

The (Beckley) Register-Herald: WVU Extension Service provides educational classes to the public on a wide range of topics ranging from leadership development to diabetes education to relationship education. Most programs offered are research-based and in most cases free of charge.

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8 Jun

Mountain Statesman: The WVU Extension Office is inviting kids to the Grafton Farmers Market, located on Main Street in front of the B&O Station, today to plant their own pizza gardens.

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7 Jun

WVU Extension Service Newsroom: After months of dedication, innovation and preparation, the Boa Constructors 4-H robotics team from Monroe County, West Virginia took on the FIRST Lego League World Championship and learned that hard work pays off.

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7 Jun

The Clarksburg Exponent-Telegram: “Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”

So goes the old adage, but at the WVU Junior Firefighter Camp in Jackson’s Mill, it may also be appropriate to say “Where there’s firefighters, there’s family.”

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1 Jun

The Huntington Herald-Dispatch: A West Virginia University 4-H Youth and Development member, Smith is one of only eight teens from across the country to be appointed as a youth member of the 2016 National 4-H Congress Design Team…

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1 Jun

The Williamson Daily News: Coalfield Community Action Partnership(CAP), in conjunction with WVU Extension Service and Mingo County Schools, is planning to host the Energy Express program this year at five locations.

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27 May

WDTV: When you think of summer camp, you might think about pitching a tent or roasting marshmallows. And if you’re a camp counselor…

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18 May

The (Clarksburg) Exponent-Telegram: Hundreds of people braved Saturday’s rain to attend the Harrison County Master Gardeners’ Spring Clinic and Garden Fair at the Harrison Recreation Complex and 4-H Center.

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