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Students in Herbert Hoover High School’s next three graduating classes will finish their high school careers without ever having a high school of their own. They learn in portable trailers, as they have since floods destroyed the school in 2016. Students will do the same for the next two yea…

This week on Mountain State Morning: Three years after the June 2016 floods, a Nicholas County family is still waiting on help. Also: The U.S. Youth Soccer Eastern Regional Championships continue in our own backyard.

This week on Mountain State Morning: In August 1980, Timothy McWilliams shot three teenagers, killing one. This year, he pleaded guilty to killing his father, Leo McWilliams, in 2018. Next month, a judge will decide whether he’ll accept or reject that plea.

This week on Mountain State Morning, we’ll take you into a classroom at Huntington High School, where last week everyone was getting ready for the summer. Then, we’ll stop by the statehouse in Charleston, where teachers returned over the weekend to show lawmakers they’re still paying attention.

This week on Mountain State Morning: The story of a Fayette County native who posthumously received the Medal of Honor, the nation’s highest military award. Also: A weekend at the Vandalia Gathering.

This week on Mountain State Morning: Elizabeth Warren made a stop in Mingo County Friday. Did she change any voters’ minds? Also: We take you to one of the biggest yard sales east of the Mississippi.