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SPRING MILLS — The final group of kids shuffled into the cafeteria at Potomack Intermediate on Tuesday afternoon, a buzz coming from the Berkeley County Schools summer program students as they eyed the colorful vegetables and fruits perched on the tables in front of them.

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CHARLESTON —The West Virginia Department of Education’s Office of Adult Education is kicking off a “Never Too Late to Graduate” campaign featuring West Virginia native and “America’s Got Talent” winner Landau Eugene Murphy Jr.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia lawmakers approved last week spending a $250 million budget surplus on a wide array of initiatives across state agencies, from a fund to attract new businesses to more spending on tourism.

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice declared an end to the state’s indoor mask requirement Sunday as a $1 million winner was revealed in a drawing for residents who have received the coronavirus vaccine.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — A key Democratic senator says he will not vote for the largest overhaul of U.S. election law in at least a generation, defying his party and the White House and virtually guaranteeing the failure of the legislation after a near party-line approval in the House.

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CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Office of Medical Cannabis is extending expiration dates for patients who register early for a medical cannabis card.

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CHARLESTON — The White House’s courtship of U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin continued Thursday as the moderate Democrat joined first lady Jill Biden on a visit to West Virginia, days after he met with President Joe Biden.

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CHARLESTON — Emails to and from a drug company executive presented at a landmark West Virginia trial against three large opioid distributors used terms like “pillbillies’’ to mock Appalachians, according to a published report.

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CHARLESTON (AP) — West Virginia will lift its statewide mask mandate on June 20 after state officials projected more than two-thirds of eligible residents will be vaccinated against the coronavirus by then, Gov. Jim Justice announced Friday.

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Looking to move away from the hustle and bustle of the big city? You can now take country roads, and a paycheck, to get home to West Virginia. 

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CHARLESTON — New guidance from the federal government will send extra food money to some households already receiving SNAP benefits.

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CHARLESTON — A bill that would regulate needle exchange programs in West Virginia passed the Republican-controlled legislature on Saturday. Critics have said more stringent requirements for the programs will constrain the number of providers who give clean syringes to injection drug users no…

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CHARLESTON — West Virginia business groups are opposing key parts of Republican Gov. Jim Justice's proposal to cut the personal income tax because it includes other tax hikes. On top of those concerns, Republicans are worried that the federal stimulus package stymies their ability to enact t…

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