Logan Schools in Jeopardy of Being Taken Over, Oil and Gas Waste in Raleigh Co. & Why I Stay


After two audits just this year and despite showing some signs of improvement, Logan County Schools are in jeopardy of being taken over by the state. The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection says materials from a pit holding waste of the oil and gas industry, is being taken to the Raleigh County landfill–even after an nearby underground injection well’s permit was revoked. Also, we hear more about our Why I Stay project, where we’re seeking photos on Instragram that explain what keeps West Virginians in place.