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Monthly Archives: October 2008
CHARLESTON – Days before the election, Republican attorney general candidate Dan Greear is curious why a fundraiser was held for opponent Darrell McGraw in Boston last October.
CHARLESTON – A Kanawha County woman has filed a suit against her town, claiming its sewer lines backed up into her home, causing raw sewage and sewer water to damage the property. Ruby Chappell filed a suit Sept. 17 in … Read More
CHARLESTON — I recently traveled to the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration’s Mine Safety Academy in Beckley to visit with state and federal mine safety inspectors and rescue teams, and to look at the state’s new mine rescue stations.
CHARLESTON – A push for the non-partisan election of judges in West Virginia seems to be just around the corner. Read More
CHARLESTON – The state Supreme Court has denied an appeal by Dunbar’s mayor, who wanted a ruling against him to be overturned. The next day, Roger Wolfe was removed from office by a ruling from a three-judge panel. Roger Wolfe … Read More
General Parker, an Illinois resident and delegate for Barack Obama to the 2008 Democratic National Convention, talks with Ron Foster, and Chris Saunders, back to camera, with Men and Women Against Discrimination following his talk on how the Violence Against Women Act has prevented him from seeing his son during a domestic violence awareness dinner on Friday, Oct. 24. (Photo by Lawrence Smith)
CHARLESTON – In addition to the White House, the road to reforming a federal anti-domestic violence law ran through Charleston as a dinner featuring a delegate for Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama was held the same day Obama’s running mate, and the chief architect of the law, was in town for a campaign stop.
CHARLESTON – With less than a week before Election Day, the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce has started a $700,000 last-minute batch of attack ads aimed at Attorney General Darrell McGraw.
SHEPHERDSTOWN – The three candidates for the state Supreme Court spoke about issues facing the court Oct. 22 in a forum at Shepherd University’s Frank Arts Center.
CHARLESTON – Gov. Joe Manchin has appointed Cabell Circuit Judge candidate Jane Hustead to the position early.
CLARKSBURG — A Tennessee man has filed suit against AGC Flat Glass North America, claiming the company was at fault for a trucking accident in which he was involved after it improperly loaded the tractor trailer. David D. Wolfe claims … Read More
“Blue Harmony” is a blown glass, blue-tinted globe surrounded by multi-colored feather patterns. Only 100 have been produced, and each will sell for $40.
MORGANTOWN — Steptoe & Johnson, Arts Monongahela and glass artist Ron Hinkle have partnered to increase yearly funding for Arts Monongahela’s Steptoe & Johnson-Cyndi Jones Impact Grants Program.
The Special Metals is located along U.S. 60 in Huntington. (Photo by Chris Dickerson)
HUNTINGTON – The director of the state Division of Water and Waste Management has filed a suit against Huntington’s Special Metals, seeking $25,000 for each day the plant is in violation of hazardous waste management statutes. Read More
MARTINSBURG – A Jefferson County woman has filed a suit against two doctors at City Hospital after her son was denied treatment and ultimately died because the necessary surgery was denied until she could provide a medical card. April M. … Read More
CHARLESTON – Another suit has been filed against a St. Albans crane company after one of their employees suffered serious injuries on the job. Kevin Wiggins of Winfield filed a suit Sept. 18 in Kanawha Circuit Court against All Crane … Read More
CHARLESTON – The Kanawha County Board of Education has filed a suit against its state superior, claiming the county is being discriminated against because it is required to give a portion of its proceeds from tax levy receipts to the … Read More