This project will be the first historical record of "Nashville Sound."
The Board of Education's vote was unanimous.
"That happens because addiction is a shame-based disease."
"It's not only that hoax bomb threats are a crime within themselves if the individuals are identified," Raffety said.
"It's disturbing," ACLU of West Virginia Executive Director Joseph Cohen said.
"It's a pretty wonderful day when the Governor of West Virginia says that he sees the future and it's bright for Richwood," Baber said.
"Even if Governor Justice were to roll out the best plan we've ever heard, you're still going to have to do something locally," Ihlenfeld said.
According to the criminal complaint, two of the juveniles were playing with the handgun when it discharged on June 12.
It is unclear the extent of the injuries suffered by either juvenile involved in the fight.
Kyle Jenkins, 24, of Grafton, is accused of two counts of attempted murder.
"We intend to sue every bad actor--either pharmacist or physician," Charleston-based attorney Rusty Webb said.
Hylton estimates about $3 million has been contributed to the project's development so far.
"I can talk about these issues and ask questions that I hope will draw out both sides of a particular issue," Bowden said.
"He said, 'The opioid crisis is the biggest public health crisis of our time.'"
"We are also extremely proud of Pappy for leading us right to the suspect's residence."
Anmoore police say 12-year-old suffered minor injuries.
Maxey expects the D.E.A. to reject the joint-funding resolution later this week.
Bridgeport and Clarksburg will provide $40,000 of joint-funding.
Former Chief Cross will remain with the Police Department at the rank of First Sergeant
The meeting is at Mt. Zion Baptist Church on E.B. Saunders Way in Clarksburg and begins at 6 p.m. Thursday evening.