Mountain Statesman: The Taylor County Commission has continued its work, in spite of Mother Nature’s inclement weather.
West Virginia University Extension Agent Jennifer Murray also addressed the commission concerning Energy Express at Flemington Elementary scheduled this summer.
Commissioner Tony Veltri made the motion, with commissioner Gobel seconding it, to fund this year’s program.
WVU Today: With welcoming remarks by West Virginia Governor Earl Ray Tomblin and State Senator Brooks F. McCabe Jr., a prologue by art historians Bernard Schultz and Mary L. Soldo Schultz, and an epilogue by Chad Proudfoot, this revealing and comprehensive study examines the importance of this often overlooked architectural accomplishment…
News and Sentinel – Olivia Smith, 14, of Belleville has been named one of West Virginia’s top two youth volunteers of 2014 by The Prudential Spirit of Community Awards.
Another local youth, Peter Welcker, 17, of Parkersburg, was among two West Virginia students recognized as Distinguished Finalists for impressive community service activities.
The nationwide program honors young people for outstanding acts of volunteerism.
Martinsburg Journal: While plans to select a new West Virginia University president are moving ahead, Board of Governors Chairman James Dailey II has no doubt that the state’s largest higher education facility is in “extraordinarily good hands” with the return of E. Gordon Gee until a new leader is chosen.
Dailey, a Martinsburg resident and business owner, accompanied Gee on Tuesday as he made several local stops – meeting with officials at University Healthcare as well as the WVU Extension Service…
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