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MetroNews This Morning 11-10-21

Cabell County extends a school mask mandate all the way to February. The head of the Mercer County Health Department resigns amid mistakes in vaccinations. PEIA officials talk about future premiums in mandatory meetings across the state. Federal and state investigators team up to charge more than 40 with gun and drug crimes in Barbour and Randolph Counties. A delay in the case of a former West Virginia Delegate charged in the January 6th riots at the US Capitol and a strike against Cabell Huntington Hospital reaches the one week mark. In Sports, the Mountaineer basketball team opens the season with a win and Neal Brown talks about Kansas State this weekend. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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