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Rick Kozlowski Jun 19
No matter weather, today is All-JAYs sports awards. 7 pm. main pavilion at Martinsburg's War Memorial Park. 7 pm is correct.
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The Journal Jun 19
Working with bees and honey, a group of veterans are learning about whole health.
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The Journal Jun 19
Details from Day 2 of the special session on public education reform in the House of Delegates.
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The Journal Jun 18
Major changes were made to the Student Success Act during yesterday’s House session, reports.
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The Journal Jun 17
Berkeley County Schools has named a new superintendent.
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The Journal Jun 17
President Trump and U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders have each weighed in on West Virginia education reform.
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The Journal Jun 15
The Martinsburg City Council is accepting letters of interest to fill the award 4 vacancy. For details and other council news:
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The Journal Jun 15
Harm reduction efforts are starting to yield results in the area.
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The Journal Jun 12
Vacation Resort State Park has new bike trails. Details:
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The Journal Jun 12
At least one family in Ranson has sold their home because of Rockwool. has the story.
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Steven Allen Adams Jun 12
Replying to @stevenadamswv
You can read the full statement at the link in this thread, but Blair ends with this: "This isn’t about party or politics to me. I believe Governor Justice should resign to make way for liberty, conservative ideals and the betterment of all of West Virginia."
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Steven Allen Adams Jun 12
Replying to @stevenadamswv
The truth is, it’s not. I am not worried about Governor Justice’s “stuff” one bit. I am worried about our state, our students, our taxpayers, our roads and bridges and all of our hardworking men and women. That’s what this debate IS about."
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Steven Allen Adams Jun 12
Replying to @stevenadamswv
"Governor Justice lectured the media and the taxpayers of this state not to “worry” about his “stuff” or his “businesses.” As with everything else, Governor Justice thinks this debate is about him."
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Steven Allen Adams Jun 12
Replying to @stevenadamswv
"In the aftermath of Governor Justice’s bizarre, often incoherent, press conference Monday, it is important West Virginians know the truth."
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Steven Allen Adams Jun 12
And as soon as I tweet that, a statement from via the pops up in my inbox:
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The Journal Jun 11
Statewide litter control efforts have encouraged the Berkeley County Solid Waste Authority’s efforts to clean up the area. has more.
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The Journal Jun 11
Berkeley Art Works has a new exhibit, and it’s all about transformation.
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The Journal Jun 11
A war of words between Gov. Jim Justice and the WV Senate continues. has the details.
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The Journal Jun 9
A community Race Against Child Abuse will donate proceeds to a child advocacy center.
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The Journal Jun 9
One Harpers Ferry man is working to preserve history through first-person accounts of the events of World War II.
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