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MORGANTOWN — An Upshur County woman and her husband are suing Burger King for failing to warn her of a hazard in the restaurant.
MORGANTOWN — An Oakland, Md., man is suing Vindex Energy Corporation after he claims he was injured while working in an underground coal mine.
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CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, in a ruling last week, affirmed orders denying a man’s requests for reopening for payment of temporary total disability benefits and consultation with WVU’s Spine Center. Read More
Lesley Cruickshank, left, finished second, and Joshua Thompson, right, was the winner of this year’s Dan O’Hanlon Constitution Week and John Marshall Celebration Essay Contest at Marshall University. Patricia Proctor, middle, director of the Simon Perry Center for Constitutional Democracy, presented Cruickshank and Thompson with their awards. (Photo by Liu Yang/Marshall University)
HUNTINGTON -– Marshall University students Joshua Thompson of Logan and Lesley Cruickshank of Sissonville took top honors in the fourth annual Dan O’Hanlon Constitution Week and John Marshall Celebration Essay Contest.