On this West Virginia Morning, Blenko Glass Company’s Festival of Glass will make its return this year on Aug. 5. Emily Rice has the story.
Also, in this show, we listen to an excerpt from our podcast Us & Them. This week, we’re revisiting an episode from December 2022 that recently won a regional Edward R. Murrow award from the Radio Television Digital News Association for best podcast.
In this excerpt, host Trey Kay talks with a number of people about court-monitored treatment programs in West Virginia, including Sheila Vakharia. She works with the Drug Policy Alliance, a group working to end the war on drugs. Vakharia began her career around drug court programs, but says they are too rigid and punitive.
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