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Daily Archives: March 29, 2012
BRIDGEPORT -– Steptoe & Johnson is pleased to announce that Frank R. Lambert has joined the firm as Director of Operations.
CHARLESTON – One state Supreme Court candidate’s plan to revise the rules for justice recusal already seems to have its critics on the Court.
BECKLEY – A federal judge this week denied a motion to dismiss a lawsuit by former Massey Energy shareholders. Read More
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s office has announced the opening of a new Martinsburg consumer protection office in April.
BECKLEY -– Raleigh County judicial officers, Supreme Court justices, and state and county elected officials will celebrate the opening of the Raleigh County Judicial Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at noon on Tuesday, April 3, at the Judicial Center, 222 … Read More
Kanawha County Public Defender George Castelle speaks Monday during the ceremony announcing the new courtroom and extra courtroom week in Circuit Judge Duke Bloom’s chambers. (Photo by Kyla Asbury)
CHARLESTON – The Kanawha County Magistrate Court is planning to add a new courtroom to help with the amount of cases the county has.
HAMLIN — A matter of who is entitled to hay, tools and equipment on family property is before Lincoln Circuit Court Judge Jay M. Hoke. Dennis Lee Collins of Hamlin complains his father, Ray W. Collins of West Hamlin, refuses … Read More
WINFIELD – A Putnam County woman has agreed to accept nearly $250,000 to settle her wrongful death suit against the county’s EMS squad. Last month, the Putnam County Commission, via its insurance carrier Travelers, agreed to pay Mira Suarez Dankiewicz … Read More
ASHLAND, Ky. — Businesses in the Tri-State area have a unique opportunity to learn from industry leaders about how to prepare their organization for natural, manmade, or economic disasters in a free seminar titled “Business Continuity Planning: Preparing Your Business … Read More
WASHINGTON — A proposed multi-billion-dollar pharmacy industry merger currently before the Federal Trade Commission may eliminate competition in the market, reduce consumers’ choice and access to quality pharmacy care, and drive up the cost of health care.
Dear Editor: As the 2012 primary election draws near, I pledge the support of the Republican Party to each and every Republican who is nominated on May 8. We are excited about our statewide ticket and are excited to support … Read More