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Private Colleges Seek Students

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Private colleges in Virginia want prospective students to know their schools aren't as expensive as some might think.

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Very Isolated Campsite

Posted: 07/24/2007 - The U.S. Corps of Engineers has decided to reopen a remote area used for camping in the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.

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Car Chase of Horses

Posted: 07/24/2007 - It was like a scene out of an old Western, with lawmen in hot pursuit of alleged outlaws on horseback.

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Traffic Deaths Up in West Virginia

Posted: 07/24/2007 - It could be stronger law enforcement or more and better vehicle safety features that led to a decline in traffic deaths last year, but a federal safety official says more analysis needs to be done.

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Drilling in the State Forests

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Oil and gas drilling operations in West Virginia's state forests would have to reduce erosion and protect wildlife and recreational activities under rules proposed by the Division of Natural Resources.

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Meeting on City Hall Steps

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Dunbar City Council members were unfazed when they showed up at City Hall for a meeting and found the doors locked. They met outside on the front steps.

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Man Pleads Guilty in Clay Bomb Case

Guilty Plea

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A second man accused of trying to blow up the Clay County sheriff to protect a methamphetamine operation has pleaded guilty in the case.

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Telephone Tax Problems

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A telephone tax intended to help bring affordable service to rural areas has turned into something quite different.

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Veteran's Home on Track

Posted: 07/24/2007 - After nearly a year of delays, officials say the new West Virginia Veterans Nursing Home is on track to open to patients next month.

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Officer Recovering From Shooting

Posted: 07/24/2007 - While he still isn't completely recovered from being shot in February, Corporal Ronald Fletcher of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department is back at work.

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Mormon Missions or School

Posted: 07/24/2007 - If West Virginia University student David Haws had chosen to go to school elsewhere, it's unlikely he would have been forced to choose between his religion and his state-funded merit scholarship.

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Book-Buy-Back Lawsuit

Updated: 07/24/2007 - West Virginia University's book-buying program for students is on hold while a court considers a lawsuit challenging it.

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Kanawha Table Games


Posted: 07/24/2007 - Legislators from Kanawha County so far haven't been quite as vocal as their colleagues in other counties when it comes to table games.

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Singing Convention

Posted: 07/24/2007 - Thousands of visitors are flocking to Mount Nebo this week for the West Virginia State Gospel Singing Convention.

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Not a Peachy Season

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A spring cold snap and lack of rain have taken a big bite out of West Virginia's peach crop.

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Woman Faces Prison for Fake Marriage

Posted: 07/24/2007 - A Georgia woman faces up to ten years in prison after pleading guilty to conspiring to use a sham marriage to illegally keep an Israeli man in the United States.

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More on Front Royal and Driver Fees

Updated: 07/24/2007 - While some are looking forward legislation proposals this fall, others are questioning some of the bills past last year, such as the transportation package that took effect July 1.

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Agriculture Platform

Updated: 07/25/2007 - The coming election for state Senate and the House may have a different political pull to it.

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Waynesboro Borrows $17 Million

Updated: 07/24/2007 - The Waynesboro City Council has agreed to take out a bond to cover nine projects in the city.

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