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June-29-2020

ByRyan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail

June 29, 2020

Nearly four years after the Boone County school system slashed their salaries by thousands of dollars apiece, Boone County public school workers have won a combined roughly $2.5 million settlement.

Around 400 current or former employees were scheduled to pick up their checks over the...

June-26-2020

By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews

June 26, 2020

The Public Employees Insurance Agency, which manages the health plans of state workers and retirees, is dealing with the uncertainties of the coronavirus pandemic.

The halting of elective procedures this spring meant fewer claims were filed with PEIA, but now financial officials are assessing how many delayed medical procedures will affect the bottom line of the new fiscal year that starts July 1.

The...

June-26-2020

By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews

June 26, 2020

The Public Employees Insurance Agency, which manages the health plans of state workers and retirees, is dealing with the uncertainties of the coronavirus pandemic.

The halting of elective procedures this spring meant fewer claims were filed with PEIA, but now financial officials are assessing how many delayed medical procedures will affect the bottom line of the new fiscal year that starts July 1.

The...

June-25-2020

By Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail

June 25, 2020

Students who still have not qualified for the $4,750-per-year Promise Scholarship for the upcoming academic year will be able to take the ACT at many West Virginia colleges through the end of September.

The state Higher Education Policy Commission, which oversees the scholarship for both four- and two-year in-state colleges, announced the move Wednesday. Spokesperson Jessica Tice said the College...

June-25-2020

By Ryan Quinn, Charleston Gazette-Mail

June 25, 2020

Students who still have not qualified for the $4,750-per-year Promise Scholarship for the upcoming academic year will be able to take the ACT at many West Virginia colleges through the end of September.

The state Higher Education Policy Commission, which oversees the scholarship for both four- and two-year in-state colleges, announced the move Wednesday. Spokesperson Jessica Tice said the College...

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