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January-28-2014

By Jenni Vincent 
journal-news.net

SPRING MILLS - U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito wore more than one hat at Monday's anti-bullying and cyberbullying forum, an opportunity for Eastern Panhandle educators to collectively discuss these problems.

A concerned mother of three adult children, Capito said she's already worried about her young grandchildren and what awaits them as they grow older.

Capito, who organized the afternoon meeting held at Spring Mills High School...

January-28-2014

By Phil Kabler
The Charleston Gazette

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Cuts in the business franchise and corporate net income tax and the elimination of the sales tax on food have reduced state tax collections in the current budget year by about $360 million, Revenue Secretary Bob Kiss told the Senate Finance Committee on Monday.

"If none of these tax cuts had passed, the state would be seeing significantly higher revenue," said Kiss, who said the goal is that the tax cuts will...

January-27-2014

Parkersburg News and Sentinel

PARKERSBURG - A chemistry teacher at Parkersburg High School will be the guest of U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., at President Obama's State of the Union speech on Tuesday in Washington, D.C.

Judith Winans is a chemistry teacher at Parkersburg High and was the 2014 Wood County Teacher of the Year. She has taught school for 26 years.

Obama, a Democrat, is in his second term as chief executive. The speech begins around 9 p.m.

January-27-2014

By Joselyn King and Sarah Harmon, Staff Writers
The Intelligencer/Wheeling News-Register

Local school districts seek ways to make up for lost instruction days as frosty weather has hit the Ohio Valley several times this winter, bringing icy roads and below-zero temperatures that make it unsafe for students to travel to their classrooms. They'll have to get even more creative as the weekend's blanket of snow and the coming polar deep freeze will keep children home from school....

January-27-2014

By Michael Clouse
WSAZ

KANAWHA COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Right now, teachers in Kanawha County are only evaluated on whether they dress professionally. However, with a few issues popping up, some officials want some rules set in stone.

"It surprised me. I've been on the school board for 12 years and I was surprised we didn't have one," said Kanawha County School Board member Becky Jordon.

For Jordon, a parent herself, no dress code policy came as a shock.

"We...

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