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Governor Justice Appoints Burch as Interim Secretary of Commerce

Charleston, Wv - Governor Justice announced today that he has appointed W. Clayton Burch as Interim Secretary of Commerce. “Clayton has done a fantastic job as Acting Secretary of the Department of E…
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Governor Justice Issues Statement on Calls for Resignation

Charleston, Wv - Governor Jim Justice issued the following statement:West Virginians need to ask themselves, “are things better in West Virginia since I took office?” Look at the highways, the revenu…
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Governor Justice Requests The Resignation Of Commerce Secretary Woody Thrasher

Charleston, Wv - Governor Jim Justice today asked for and received the resignation of Commerce Secretary Woody Thrasher.The Governor expressed his appreciation for Woody’s service to the state of Wes…
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Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs Announces Listening Tour in Parkersburg

The Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs (HHOMA) will conduct a Listening Tour on Thursday, June 21st, 2018 at 6:00 PM in the Fort Boreman Room of the Judge Black Annex at the Wood County Com…
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West Virginia Division of Culture and History Hosts Reception for Opening of Thorney Lieberman Exhibit at Culture Center on June 21, 2018

Charleston, w.va – The West Virginia Division of Culture and History will feature The Family of Coal, an exhibit of portrait photographs by Thorney Lieberman, an architectural photographer and author…
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West Virginia State Museum Announces Summer Programs

Charleston, WV – The West Virginia Division of Culture and History (WVDCH) invites families and friends to visit the West Virginia State Museum at the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex in Charles…
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West Virginia Division of Culture and History Invites Artists to Apply for West Virginia Emerging Artist Juried Exhibition

The West Virginia Division of Culture and History is now accepting submissions for the 2018 West Virginia Emerging Artists Juried Exhibition until June 29, 2018, at the Culture Center, State Capitol …
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West Virginia Division of Culture and History Seeks Feedback from West Virginia Artists

Charleston, WV – The West Virginia Division of Culture and History (WVDCH) Arts Section seeks feedback from West Virginia artists and arts organizations on grants and services. Artists and arts orga…
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Governor, First Lady Issue Statement on Death of Coal Miner from Barbour County

Charleston, WV - Governor Jim and First Lady Cathy Justice issued the following statement today after learning of the death of a coal miner from Barbour County. The incident took place at a mine in R…
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Governor Justice Reports May Revenue Collections $20.2 Million Above Estimates, State on Track to Finish FY 2018 with a Budget Surplus

Charleston, WV – Gov. Jim Justice said today that West Virginia’s revenue collections continued a trend of exceeding estimates again in May and the state is on track to have a budget surplus at the e…
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Governor Justice Issues Statement on Justice Loughry

While all of us are innocent until proven guilty, the allegations against Supreme Court Justice Loughry are extremely troubling. At the very least, this has cast a very negative shadow on the state o…
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Governor Justice: Hundreds of Millions in Additional Road and Bridge Work, Thousands of New Jobs, Discounted EZ-Pass for State Motorists Now on its Way

Charleston, WV – Gov. Jim Justice said Thursday that during its regularly scheduled Board meeting, the West Virginia Parkways Authority unanimously adopted a new toll policy and toll rate schedule, p…
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How To Get Started In The Paddlesports

Welcome to the wonderful world of paddlesports, where water whisks you away into a magical paradise and pastime you can pursue forever with family and friends. It provides exercise, a way to get out …
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How To Kayak: The Basics Made Easy

Contrary to popular belief, you don't need many technical skills to go paddling because today's craft are more stable than ever. The hardest part is knowing when to stop—time has a way of slipping by…
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Presenting the 4th Annual Freedom Celebration, a Charleston festivALL Event

On Saturday, June 23, from 1:00 - 2:00 p.m., the 4th Annual Freedom Celebration concert, a Charleston festivALL event, will be presented with a combined community chorus and orchestra conducted by Ba…
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