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firstname.lastname@example.orgGrowing up in Williamsport, Gina Marie Groh never in her “wildest dreams” thought she would one day become a federal judge. As it turns out, Groh, didn’t have to dream. The U.S. Senate Thursday approved the 23rd Judicial Circuit judge&...
email@example.comThe West Virginia House of Delegates Wednesday amended and then passed legislation by a 95-5 vote that authorizes up to $52.5 million in bonds for capital improvements at Cacapon State Park in Morgan County and one other state park. Dels. Jonathan...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLegislation authorizing up to $52.5 million in bonds for capital improvements at Cacapon State Park in Morgan County and another state park is now bound for Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s desk. The bill, which will make $3 million in funding for annual...
The state champs received a first-class welcome at the state capitol Thursday. The Martinsburg High School football team was greeted by state Senate Majority Leader John Unger, D-Berkeley-Jefferson, and other state officials from the eastern Panhandle...
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email@example.comCounty governments in all three Eastern Panhandle counties are lending support to a $23 million expansion and renovation project at Cacapon State Park in Morgan County. The project is needed to protect and boost the region’s economy, Morgan...
firstname.lastname@example.orgLegislation that authorizes up to $52.5 million in bonds for capital improvements at Cacapon State Park in Morgan County and one other state park is still “very much alive” in what is shaping up to be a tight budget year, state Sen. Herb...
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West Virginia would slash property taxes in exchange for a new “cracker” plant and reserve funds to improve roads, schools and high-speed Internet access, under proposals Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin offered the Legislature in his State of the...
email@example.comAfter making multiple box-like rounds of four steps to the right, four steps to the left, four heel kicks and as many "walk it by yourself" moves, the 20 first-graders in the Marlowe Elementary School cafeteria were a bit out of sorts, but a smiling...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgJudge Gina M. Groh, whose nomination to the federal bench was confirmed last week by the U.S. Senate, resigned Monday from her seat in the state 23rd Judicial Circuit. Groh, 47, informed state Supreme Court Chief Justice Menis Ketchum in a faxed...
email@example.comA three-judge panel will hear the Jefferson County Commission's federal challenge of the state Legislature's reapportionment of the state's three congressional districts earlier this year. John Preston Bailey, chief judge for the Northern District of...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgOne time is an event. Twice is a habit. Three times might create a tradition. Martinsburg started Phase Two of what many hope will become as much a part of December as Christmas. It was the second straight year the Bulldogs faithful turned out to...
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email@example.comThe new War Memorial Hospital on Fairview Drive will open to the public Saturday, hospital officials said Monday. Despite the drizzling rain and cold temperature, more than 250 people — many in winter coats — attended Monday’s...
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