West Virginia Business Hall of Fame nominations now open
Nominations are open for the 2019 West Virginia Business Hall of Fame, which will be held at The Greenbrier in August. Inductees this year included, from left, former communications agency founder and CEO Linda Arnold, Intuit Chairman and CEO Brad Smith and insurance executive Andy Paterno.

West Virginia Business Hall of Fame nominations now open

The West Virginia Business Hall of Fame has announced that the nomination process for 2019 inductees is open until Nov. 30. The event, which kicks off the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce…

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2018 NASA Fellowship Winners at Wesleyan
Pictured, front row (l-r) Calo, Senator, Martin, Dr. Tracey DeLaney, Dr. Bert Popson. Second row—Dr. Wiest, Feldhake Winston, Rodgers, Bibey, Lough, and Dr. Eric Reynolds. Not present—Fox, Knotts, and Tenney.

2018 NASA Fellowship Winners at Wesleyan

BUCKHANNON -- The NASA WV Space Grant Consortium has awarded NASA Fellowships to 11 West Virginia Wesleyan College’s physics students. The announcement was made by Dr. Joseph Wiest, Professor of…

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Protecting coal miners from black lung disease
WVU researcher Michael McCawley served on a committee of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine, charged with identifying how coal miners’ exposure to dangerous respirable dust can be monitored more accurately. The committee’s recommendations included the development of ergonomic portable monitors, the implementation of stationary monitors and the broader monitoring of silica exposure.

Protecting coal miners from black lung disease

MORGANTOWN -- Black lung disease didn’t go away with pickaxes and carbide lamps. Today’s coal miners may use diesel-powered equipment to break through rock and light their way with LED…

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Tennerton Elementary ready to rebuild a strong foundation with SBA award
Tennerton Elementary School receives funds from the West Virginia School Building Authority Thursday in the amount of $546,164 for site drainage and foundation shoring. Accepting the check are, back, from left, Tristen Gray, Tennerton Elementary School Principal; George Carver, Upshur County Schools business manager; Dr. Sara Lewis Stankus, Upshur County Schools superintendent; Steve Long, Tennerton Elementary School custodian; front, Tennerton Elementary students Abigail Barnett, second grade; Clayton Lantz, third grade; Xavier Robinette, fourth grade; and Anya Morehead, fourth grade.

Tennerton Elementary ready to rebuild a strong foundation with SBA award

TENNERTON – Upshur County Schools administrators, staff and students were all smiles Thursday when the Upshur County Board of Education accepted a check for $546,164 from the West Virginia School…

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