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Bush Found Sympathetic Crowd

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Burdened by sagging polls and an unpopular war, President Bush sought a friendly audience on the Fourth of July to deliver a patriotic, gung-ho speech about supporting U.S. troops and sticking it out in Iraq.

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Paving the West Virginia Turnpike

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Several lawmakers say plans to delay paving the West Virginia Turnpike is the first move toward increasing tolls.

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Counting Bugs

Posted: 07/05/2007 - The dragonflies are beating the damselflies in West Virginia, 105 species to 45.

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Memorial to Honor Those Who Wait at Home

Posted: 07/05/2007 - Two Portsmouth area women are working to create a military memorial. But this one will honor the men and women who take care of the home front, while their loved ones fight overseas.

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Accident Severely Injures Child

Posted: 07/05/2007 - An accident Wednesday night in Rockingham County sent three people to the hospital, including a five-year-old girl.

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Staunton Fireworks

Updated: 07/05/2007 - Thousands of visitors packed Gypsy Hill Park to celebrate the nation's birthday

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Online Dangerous Dog Registry

Updated: 07/05/2007 - A new interactive web site is working to keep you and your family safe from potentially dangerous dogs in your neighborhood.

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Community Response

Updated: 07/12/2007 - Close family members and friends are still mourning the tragedy of the death of five people in a farming accident in Rockingham County.

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Staunton Vandalism

Posted: 07/04/2007 - Shattered windows and broken mailboxes; those are just a few of the things some Staunton residents are dealing with after vandals attacked a neighborhood earlier this week.

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Staunton Ministers Healing Workers

Posted: 07/04/2007 - A growing workplace ministry in Staunton is providing spiritual support to workers at factories, hospitals, and police and fire stations.

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Beach Contaminated Again

Posted: 07/04/2007 - It's not going to be a swimming holiday for some King George County residents this Fourth of July.

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Waverly Talks of Driver Fees

Posted: 07/04/2007 - New fees imposed on bad drivers from Virginia, but not those from out-of-state, are the talk of the town in Waverly.

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Bluefield Mayor Resigns

Updated: 07/04/2007 - The Reverend Garry Moore is resigning as Bluefield's mayor to take a job with a company that offers training in trading and investments.

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Singing for a Meal

Posted: 07/04/2007 - Patrons at the Liberty Street Carryout in Charles Town don't sing for their supper. They sing for their country.

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Company Fights Judgment

Updated: 07/04/2007 - Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel CEO James Bouchard believes a $219.8 million judgment awarded to his company should survive any appeal.

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Gambling Money for Elder Care

Posted: 07/04/2007 - It was all smiles at the state Lottery headquarters in Charleston as two racetracks handed over checks worth $1.5 million each.

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Wages in West Virginia

Posted: 07/04/2007 - New data shows the average West Virginia worker earned nearly $1,400 more last year.

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Protesters Meet Bush on Visit

Updated: 07/04/2007 - President Bush's latest Fourth of July visit to the Mountain State will be marked by a protest.

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Lost Dog Found Alive

Posted: 07/04/2007 - Rumors of one dog's demise were greatly exaggerated.

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