National reports have indicated Frontier is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
"We want to be able to protect the public as much as we can," said Elizabeth Adkins, public information officer for the Cabell-Huntington Health Department.
"You continually have to look ahead," said Will Hosaflook, Wood County superintendent of schools.
"We know we can do better, but we're incredibly proud of this new achievement," said Colleen Sullivan, communications director for CORE.
The open enrollment period closed in December.
The priority deadline for the Underwood-Smith Teaching Scholars Program focused on critical need subject areas passed on Dec. 31.
The system's entire computer network had to be rebuilt.
There is still time to get a flu shot, said Dr. Sherri Young, health officer and executive director of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department.
Unanimous approval, came during Wednesday's BOE meeting.
Lawmakers heard a presentation this week about West Virginia's Healthy Grandfamilies Program based at West Virginia State University.
Arnold Ventures has chosen West Virginia for a nearly $4.2 million, six-year grant to fund 'strong wraparound services' for students.
The Food and Drug Administration has said the age change took effect 'immediately.'
The Wednesday events were part of the First Day Hike Initiative being held nationwide.
"The care and the love he had for the county, it's hard to replace that," said Jason Mullins, Wyoming County commission president, about late Sheriff C.S. Parker.
For now, water service is being supplemented from a nearby creek.
Both Tyler County and Wetzel County are among the first recipients of broadband infrastructure funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture's ReConnect Program.
Seven train cars that derailed Saturday morning had been recovered by Saturday night, CSX officials said.
"In West Virginia, our foster, adoptive and kinship parents are desperate to have a voice," said Marissa Sanders, director of the West Virginia Foster, Adoptive and Kinship Parent Network.
Ed Grafton, owner of Berry Fork Enterprises, has seen a lot of Christmas tree farms close in West Virginia since he planted his first tree in Braxton County in 1973.
Through Sora, an app, students at Blennerhassett Middle, Hamilton Middle and Williamstown High can access collections from school libraries and the Parkersburg and Wood County Public Library.