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CHARLESTON — Sean W. Cook of the Tinney Law Firm in Charleston recently was elected by the Kanawha County Deputy Sheriff’s Civil Service Commission to serve as Counsel to the Commission.
CHARLESTON – A statewide watchdog group is warning leaders at the capitol this Halloween that employers are finding West Virginia to be a “pretty scary” place to create jobs.
NEW MARTINSVILLE — Before they wage war on the campaign trail, West Virginia’s candidates for Attorney General will battle in a Wetzel County courtroom.