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May 28, 2015

Editorial: Fayette’s school crisis
Charleston Gazette

For thousands of West Virginia children, education offers the main hope for a good future and a rewarding career. But Fayette County youngsters face severe obstacles.In 2001, an overwhelming 86 percent of Fayette residents voted against a bond issue to upgrade dilapidated schools. In 2009, a strong 77 percent killed another improvement bond. Two of the county’s five school board members opposed the bond....

May 29, 2015

West Virginia will see huge drop in coal production over next 20 years, university report says
By JONATHAN MATTISE  Associated Press

CHARLESTON, West Virginia — West Virginia University researchers predict that state coal production will drop 39 percent compared with the industry's last high point in 2008 — less-than-encouraging news for more than 1,800 coal miners who learned last week they would likely lose their jobs.

Already-struggling southern...

May 29, 2015

Cabell County among first to finish 180 instructional days
By Carrie Hodousek, MetroNews

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Students in Cabell County are among one of the first school districts in West Virginia to start their summer break this year.
The last day of school is scheduled for Friday.

The winter storms this year affected most districts statewide, but left Cabell schools in the clear, for the most part.

“We were very, very fortunate and our...

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