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MetroNews This Morning 8-10-22

Governor Jim Justice said the decision by State Superintendent of Schools Clayton Burch to transfer out of his current role was solely Burch’s decision. Charter School enrollment nears 1500 student in the first year of the schools in West Virginia. The Fairmont Medical Center is coming back to life after it was originally set to close. The State Fair of West Virginia is ready to open up in Greenbrier County. Country music legend Dolly Parton pays a visit to Charleston to celebrate literacy. In Sports, more previews of high school football as practice continues–and Kyle Wiggs will give us an update on WVU’s receiving Corps. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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