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Daily Archives: May 31, 2007
CHARLESTON — Jacqueline Whitmore considers herself an expert on business etiquette and corporate protocol. Her Web site, etiquetteexpert.com, summarizes the rules of proper behavior, which includes a topic called “The Power of Positive Thanking.”
CHARLESTON – Jurors who convicted Valerie Whittaker of killing Jerry Calvin Mills Jr. should have learned more about the abuse she suffered, according to a May 15 dissent from Supreme Court of Appeals Justice Joseph Albright.
HUNTINGTON – A former Marshall University student charged with the death of a fellow exchange student while in South Korea is suing the FBI and two of its agents.
PARKERSBURG – A Parkersburg hospital has been ordered to pay a $1.3 million sanction for misconduct during a medical malpractice case.
MORGANTOWN — Crocodiles, piranhas and pink dolphins. Not your typical classroom setting.
CHARLESTON – Saying a draft already has been written, the state Department of Health and Human Resources on Wednesday said the agency soon will respond to a letter from the federal Centers for Medicaid and Medicare Services. Read More