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Lobbyist spending disclosures due soon

In the past 25 years, lobbyists have spent more than $8.6 million on legislators and other public officials, according to data complied by the state Ethics Commission.

Lobbyist spending disclosures due soon

In the past 25 years, lobbyists have spent more than $8.6 million on legislators and other public officials, according to data complied by the state Ethics Commission.

32 candidates still to file financial disclosures
32 candidates still to file financial disclosures

A total of 32 candidates for state and local offices have yet to file required financial disclosure statements with the state Ethics Commission, commission records show.

Things to do today: May 6, 2016

RECYCLE with BILL ROSS: 7 to 10 p.m. Cover $5. Elk River Community Center, 1047 Main St., Elkview. Call 304-965-3722.

Readers’ Vent: May 6, 2016

Express your opinion on any subject you wish. Not all comments are published. Call 304-348-1775 or email readersvent@wvgazettemail.com.

Gazette cartoon: May 6, 2016
Gazette cartoon: May 6, 2016

Jury finds for Justice companies in Wyoming water case

A jury in Wyoming County on Thursday found that coal operations owned by Democratic gubernatorial front-runner Jim Justice did not contaminate the drinking water wells of more than a dozen families, lawyers in the case said.

Raleigh County PSD issues two boil-water advisories

n The Raleigh County Public Service District has issued a boil-water advisory for customers from the Mead Community Church to and including Riffes Branch. The advisory follows a water main break.

Sanders visits McDowell to discuss poverty, economic issues
Sanders visits McDowell to discuss poverty, economic issues

KIMBALL — Erica Lucas broke into tears as she told Sen. Bernie Sanders about the stress that comes with being poor.

Stylin’ on a budget: Summer outfit hacks
Stylin’ on a budget: Summer outfit hacks

Summer is a wonderful time to experiment with your outfits and try out new, trendy looks without the restrictions of school dress code. And remember, keeping up with new things in the fashion world, doesn’t mean you have to break your bank.

Justice leads close primary; all 3 Dems lead Cole in general, new poll finds
Justice leads close primary; all 3 Dems lead Cole in general, new poll finds

Businessman Jim Justice leads the Democratic field in the race for governor, but all three Democratic candidates lead Republican Senate President Bill Cole in general election matchups according to a new poll, released Thursday.

Songs for summer
Songs for summer

Summer is just around the corner. The best way to start looking forward to a break from school and warmer days is by listening to some great tunes. Here are four songs that will get you through the summer.

How to make your dorm room feel like home
How to make your dorm room feel like home

For graduating seniors, preparing for college may seem overwhelming. Take it one thing at a time. You can start by tackling your dorm room. Figuring out what you’ll want and need in your dorm room can be a great first step in reducing college...

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