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January-04-2016

Ohio County supt., whose contract was not renewed, speaks out
By WTRF.com

WHEELING, W.Va - It's the first time we've seen her, since the Ohio County Board of Education voted not to renew her contract.  

It wasn't a typical question-and-answer format. In fact, Dr. Dianna Vargo did not take questions, but she gave a prepared statement.

She started by thanking the dedicated teachers, administrators, service personnel and staff with whom she had been...

January-04-2016

Today's the deadline to nominate teachers for Arch Coal awards
By WV MetroNews Staff

Today (Monday, Jan. 4) is the deadline to nominate teachers for the Arch Coal Teacher Achievement Awards.

“Individuals have until Jan. 4, 2016, to nominate a worthy teacher for one of 10 awards, which will be presented early next spring,” said Russ Lorince, Arch Coal vice president of external affairs, eastern region. “It is easy to nominate online at archteacherawards....

December-29-2015

Daniel Hall to resign from Senate, creating 'unique situation'
By David Gutman, The Charleston Gazette-Mail

State Sen. Daniel Hall, whose party switch days after last year’s elections shifted the Senate to Republican control, is resigning to become a lobbyist for the National Rifle Association, leaving some doubt about which party will control the West Virginia Senate.

Hall, of Wyoming County, was elected to the Senate as a Democrat in 2012, but he...

December-29-2015

Goodwin resigning from office; clearing way for governor's run
By David Gutman, The Charleston Gazette-Mail

U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin is resigning from office, less than a month after completing one of the highest-profile criminal cases in West Virginia history, and paving the way for a widely anticipated run for governor.

Goodwin announced his resignation Monday afternoon after a meeting with his staff. The resignation is effective at the end of 2015....

December-28-2015

WV’s first inter-county elementary only 60 percent full 
By Ryan Quinn, Education Reporter, Charleston Gazette-Mail

State School Building Authority officials say West Virginia’s first inter-county elementary school, built with $10.3 million in SBA money, has only about 60 percent of the students planned for it.

The school, Leading Creek Elementary, consolidated Troy Elementary, in Gilmer County and Alum Bridge Elementary, in Lewis County. It was built...

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