The spacecraft they built, a first for their age groups, was aboard a rocket scheduled to launch on Wednesday afternoon from Virginia's Wallops Flight Facility.
Voting for the Webby's People's Voice Award ends this Thursday.
It's underway with a group of veterans at the Hershel "Woody" Williams VA Medical Center in Cabell County.
The clinic opens at 10 a.m. Saturday on Charleston's West Side.
The West Virginia Child Advocacy Network's SHINE Campaign launched Wednesday in Huntington and will be rolled out nationally in the coming weeks.
"Thankfully, West Virginia's got extremely strong immunization laws that protect our citizens," said Shannon McBee, epidemiologist for the state Bureau for Public Health.
"We are solid at this point," said Wyoming County Superintendent Deirdre Cline.
"Back Fork" is being released in select theaters and on digital platforms this week.
"While a lot of other areas are talking about potholes, we're talking about roads falling over hillsides," said Betsy Frohnapfel, Marshall County administrator.
Jeremiah Samples, deputy secretary of the state Department of Health and Human Resources, calls the law 'a step in the right direction for our kids.'
Applications are being accepted now from potential replacements for longtime New River Gorge CVB Director and Fayette County Chamber President Sharon Cruikshank.
The program which is now expanding nationwide got its start in West Virginia.
A total of 34 cities have been part of the Home Rule Pilot Program.
A cottage food bill and the West Virginia Fresh Food Act take effect in June.
The Randolph County Development Authority fronted the money for the water system upgrade work to support addition construction at Armstrong Flooring.
For those with more than 25 years of credited service, the monthly retirement benefit is going up to $750 per month.
Current plans call for work on most of the open cases with Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster to wrap up by May. The separate RISE West Virginia projects will continue.
The annual study comes from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.
Officials say spring flooding is unpredictable.
March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month.