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Katrina, 10 years later: Evacuees who stayed in West Virginia look back
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Katrina, 10 years later: Evacuees who stayed in West Virginia look back

HUNTINGTON — Jennifer Hill remembers her first glimpse of West Virginia. It was early on a Sunday, Sept. 4, 2005, to be exact, and she was riding with her mother from Tri-State Airport to Cabell Huntington...

Katrina, 10 years later: Evacuees who stayed in West Virginia look back
Katrina, 10 years later: Evacuees who stayed in West Virginia look back

HUNTINGTON — Jennifer Hill remembers her first glimpse of West Virginia. It was early on a Sunday, Sept. 4, 2005, to be exact, and she was riding with her mother from Tri-State Airport to Cabell Huntington...

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Students get tour of city’s historic district, racial issues
Students get tour of city’s historic district, racial issues

More than 30 people took a walking tour of Charleston’s Triangle District and The Block historical district Saturday as a part of the WV Freedom School, a three-day intensive racial justice workshop sponsored by the American Friends Service...

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Common Core town halls to start Tuesday

West Virginia school officials this week will conduct the first of seven regional town hall meetings as part of their ongoing review of the state Department of Education’s embattled math and English standards.

The series of town hall...

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