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Huntington Banner Program Honors Black History Month

he City of Huntington is recognizing 150 Black people of note through a street banner program as part of Black History Month. The installation by the Public Works Department of the banners Monday on 3rd and 4th avenues coincides with the launch of a website,, with photographs and biographies of each featured individual.

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New River Gorge Community And Technical College Receives Aviation Program Grant

The college is receiving grant funding from the American Electric Power Foundation to help get their new Aviation And Maintenance Technician School off the ground.

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First Round Of Hope Scholarship Money Awarded To Students

The first round of Hope Scholarship money was awarded to families on Friday, following months of legal battles.

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State BOE Adjusts Teacher Licensing Requirements, Lifts Lincoln State Of Emergency

The West Virginia Board of Education (BOE) waived some of the minimum professional licensing requirements for prospective teachers Wednesday to help them eventually become fully licensed and enter the workforce.

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