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House Votes to Arm And Train Syrian Rebels

September 18, 2014 WASHINGTON — The Republican-led House voted with reservation to give the administration authority to train and arm Syrian rebels on Wednesday as President Barack Obama emphasized anew that American... more »»

Manchin Will Not Support Arming Syrian Rebels

September 18, 2014 WHEELING — Sen. more »»

$2.9M Will Settle Spill

September 18, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — A federal bankruptcy judge has approved a $2.9 million settlement that would benefit 300,000 people whose water was contaminated in a January chemical spill. more »»

Many Endure Unwanted Care Near Death

September 18, 2014 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. more »»

W.Va. Tracks Mull Fewer Racing Days

September 18, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — The state Racing Commission could request legislation to drop the number of days racetracks need to hold live races under law. more »»

Mountaineer Ready to Take on More Challenges

September 18, 2014 NEWELL — With Wednesday’s opening of the Hollywood Gaming at Mahoning Valley Race Course in Austintown, Ohio, Hancock County’s racetrack casino faces the latest in a series of internal and external... more »»

Loss of Coal-Fired Power Is Coming Fast

September 17, 2014 WHEELING — A 2012 report by the Government Accountability Office underestimated the amount of coal-fired electrical generating capacity that will be retired over the next decade or so, according to... more »»

Ten Years Later, Effects Of Flood Are Still Felt

September 17, 2014 What’s happening on the creek? To Mark Jackson of Neffs, it’s a question the quiet village should ask itself every time a drop of rain falls. more »»

Pain Clinic Is Reopened

September 17, 2014 McMECHEN — The Valley Pain Management Clinic — the facility that closed after its owner temporarily lost his medical license — has reopened. The clinic in McMechen, owned by Dr. more »»

Festivals Are Safe From Budget Cuts

September 17, 2014 By MICHAEL ERB For The Intelligencer CHARLESTON — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says West Virginia’s fairs and festivals likely will be safe from next year’s budget crunch. more »»

Blue Racer Seeks Street Abandonment

September 17, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — Nearly one year after a fire at the Blue Racer Natrium natural gas processing facility caused 25 residents of the Kent area to evacuate, the company now wants Marshall County... more »»

Top General: U.S. Ground Troops Still Possibility to Fight Islamic State in Iraq

September 17, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — American ground troops may be needed to battle Islamic State forces in the Middle East if President Barack Obama’s current strategy fails, the nation’s top military officer said... more »»

Football Players Hurt in Car Crash

September 16, 2014 MOUNT PLEASANT — Three Buckeye Local High School students are being treated for serious injuries after a single-vehicle, roll-over crash Monday evening in Jefferson County. more »»

Severance Has Gun Charge Dropped

September 16, 2014 LEESBURG, V. more »»

Fetcko Fired by Board

September 16, 2014 WHEELING — Ohio County Board of Education members unanimously voted Monday night to terminate the employment of Ritchie Elementary School guidance counselor Krystin Fetcko. more »»

Rainy Day Fund Used To Balance Budget

September 16, 2014 CHARLESTON — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says he will dip into West Virginia’s Rainy Day Fund to close a projected gap in state funding that amounts to more than $100 millio. more »»

New Voting Hours Issued

September 16, 2014 COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio’s elections chief set a longer early voting schedule ahead of the fall election, while vowing Monday to continue appealing a federal judge’s ruling that led to the new times in... more »»

More Than 4K Ballots Have Been Requested

September 16, 2014 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Election Day isn’t until Nov. 4, but more than 4,000 absentee ballot requests already have been received at the Belmont County Board of Elections since the start of September. more »»

United States Still Seeks Allies to Fight ISIS Thugs

September 15, 2014 WASHINGTON— The White House said Sunday it will find countries willing to send combat troops to fight Islamic extremists in Syria and Iraq, but it’s too early to identify them. more »»

Ex-Youth Services System Employee Faces Charges

September 15, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — A former employee of Youth Services System has been arrested for an alleged incident involving a youth in the care of the Helinski Shelter in Moundsvill. more »»

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