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3 Aug

The (Wheeling) Intelligencer. | News-Register: Fighting against West Virginia’s growing diabetes and obesity problem requires a healthy balance of education and physical activity.

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3 Aug

The (Huntington) Herald-Dispatch: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) are four disciplines that surround us in our everyday lives. Everything we do has something to do with each of these disciplines.

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3 Aug

The Dominion Post: When relating trees to health, most people first think about trees producing life-sustaining oxygen. While this is true, trees can have more of an impact on health than by simply producing oxygen.

Read more in The Dominion Post Sunday, August 2, issue, page 6-D.

3 Aug

The Dominion Post: WVU Extension Services of Marion County will offer a “We CAN” Food Preservation Class from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Aug. 29 at Marion County Disability Action Center, 102 Benoni Ave. Learn how to safely preserve your favorite fruits and vegetables.

Read more in The Dominion Post Sunday, August 2, issue, page 8-E.

3 Aug

The Dominion Post: The WVU Fire Service Extension has received reaccreditation status from the Pro Board Fire Service Professional Qualifications System.

Read more in The Dominion Post Sunday, August 2, issue, page 5-A.

3 Aug

The (Huntington) Herald-Dispatch: One of the most famous family feuds in U.S. history heated up in the dog days of summer Saturday during the Way Back Weekend celebration at Heritage Farm Museum & Village.

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3 Aug

The (Martinsburg) Journal: Heather Waldis has only lived in the area for about a year, but her son Marek Novak is already a Valley Star 4-H member and was proudly displaying his goat at Sunday’s Berkeley County Youth Fair.

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3 Aug

The Dominion Post: 4-H’ers are invited to climb, rappel and zip-line through the Mountain State during WVU Extension Service’s 4-H Adventure Day, from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday, at The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve in Glen Jean, W.Va.

Read more in The Dominion Post Sunday, August 2, issue, page 5-H.

3 Aug

The (Martinsburg) Journal: Extension agent W.M. Bewick reported in has Agent’s Annual Report for 1915 that there was no county fair held in 1915.

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30 Jul

The (Beckley) Register-Herald: The West Virginia Department of Education has granted more than $200,000 to the Raleigh County school system to improve early literacy in the county.

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