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A Population in Flux: Immigration & Migration Inside Appalachia

On this episode of the Inside Appalachia podcast, we talk immigration, migration and what it could all mean for Appalachia.
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A Canadian energy company is paying $200 million to take over a long-planned wind project in West Virginia’s Grant County.

DuPont's Washington Works
Parkersburg News & Sentinel

A southeast Ohio water district has settled its federal lawsuit against DuPont over allegations that the company contaminated the district's well fields with the chemical used to produce Teflon.

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A tree that had grown too big at a home in Randolph County is coming to West Virginia's state Capitol for a holiday display.

The 30-foot blue spruce has been in the front yard of Ed and Ginny Dumire's Beverly home for more than two decades. The couple donated it for public viewing at the Capitol complex in Charleston.

Philanthropy West Virginia

A philanthropic group says there has been a $10 million drop in charitable giving in West Virginia over the period of a year.

The report released Tuesday by the Philanthropy West Virginia reveals there was a 2.2 percent decline in charitable giving between 2012 and 2013 while the national average for the same time period increased by 5.4 percent.

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Officials are reminding hunters that they must use a new electronic game system to report their harvested animals this buck firearms season.

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources says hunters can report their game by using their DNR identification number and calling 1-844-wvcheck. 

Thanksgiving feasts are always in need of something special.

Can a sprinkle of artisanal salt noticeably pump up the experience?

Let's meet a new Appalachian salt-maker in West Virginia and find out.

J.Q. Dickinson Salt-Works is nestled in the Kanawha River Valley, just southeast of the capital city of Charleston in the small town of Malden (not to be confused with Maldon, a sea salt brand from the U.K.). It's mostly pasture land, with cows nearby.

Danny Lyon / US National Archives

On this  episode of the Inside Appalachia podcast, we talk immigration, migration and what it could all mean for Appalachia.


West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting / West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Turkey and travel. Those are the two major players in the average American's Thanksgiving, but with all of the talk of climate change, how big is the carbon footprint of your family's holiday feast?

And a new national report says West Virginia has the highest rate in the nation of youth overdose deaths.

November 25, 1896: Athlete Clint Thomas Born in Kentucky

Nov 25, 2015
Clint Thomas
e-wv, The West Virginia Encyclopedia / J.E. Miller, K.C. via Library of Congress

Athlete Clint Thomas was born in Greenup, Kentucky, on November 25, 1896. Thomas was a baseball star in the Negro Leagues in the 1920s and ’30s, during the days of racial segregation.


A woman let go by a West Virginia mining company has filed a federal lawsuit claiming she lost her job to a man because of her gender and pregnancy.

The Dominion Post reports that Alyssa Moate Larry filed the suit against Marion County Coal Co. The subsidiary of Murray Energy operates the Loveridge Mine.


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