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Tuesday September 17, 2019

CareSource MetroNews Week 3 Top Plays

Offense, defense and special teams well represented in the Week 3 list.

One dead in Mercer County motorcycle crash

The victim was a local resident.

Monday September 16, 2019

Manchin, colleagues send letter urging permanent funding for miners health care, pensions

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and other lawmakers sent a letter dated Monday to leaders of the Senate and the House of Representatives.

Fairmont State BOG votes to offer Martin new contract

The board met Monday, which attracted the attention of students as well as community members who want to see Mirta Martin remain as president.

Talks continue on second ChalleNGe Academy

The education omnibus that state lawmakers passed earlier this year also included language aimed at increasing enrollment at the ChalleNGe Academy to 600 students.

FEMA lifts sanctions, but still might reclaim a million dollars over questioned W.Va. grant oversight

West Virginia's Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management is appealing the disallowed dollars.

Wheeling University to bring back several academic and athletic programs

The institution cut programs amid a financial crisis.

Dreams of becoming U.S. citizen realized during naturalization ceremony

Hundreds of naturalization ceremonies are taking place this week as part of Constitution Day.

Roane County students return to school and try to move forward

Roane County students learn difficult lessons about life and loss this week.

Purdue Pharma declares bankruptcy, first step in proposed settlement with opioid-damaged communities

27 states and more than 2,000 local governments are part of proposed settlement.

Victim identified in Capital City shooting

The search for the shooter continued on Monday.

‘Game Changer’ campaign on opioids ready to kick off with summit

'Game Changer' was launched in June by the WVSSAC

Family searches for answers after veteran’s suspicious death

Family feels betrayed by VA but expresses confidence in investigation.

Division of Corrections job fairs begin Tuesday

People interested in working as correctional officers or other staff will be allowed to sign up at the events and even take a basic physical agility test, perform a drug screening and have their credentials checked.

Sunday September 15, 2019

Company being sued by The Greenbrier calls it ‘legal bullying’

The Greenbrier has filed a federal lawsuit against the insurance adjuster hired to help collect on damages after the 2016 flood.

Caperton, Hardy see potential of petrochemical industry

Gov. Jim Justice announced the Governor’s Downstream Jobs Task Force in August.

Niemann closes with 64 to win by six shots at The Greenbrier

Twenty-year-old Chile native posts largest margin of victory in tournament's nine-year history.

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