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By Brad McElhinny, WV MetroNews

October 22, 2020

The latest challenge to the coronavirus map that determines the status of West Virginia classrooms is set for a Friday afternoon hearing in a socially-distanced courtroom.

The West Virginia Education Association sued the state, saying the map has been adjusted over and over with the intended outcome of keeping classrooms open and football games on the field.

“With the constant changes to the map...


Charleston Gazette-Mail

October 17, 2020

My father is one of the deepest thinking, wisest, and, in the best sense of the word, spiritual people I know. Recent events remind me of a key concept he shared. In nature, growth is often most abundant at the intersection of things — in estuaries, for example, where fresh and salt water churn.

Similarly, societal churning forces us to recognize and be open to the fact that we may be in new waters, that our...