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Staying Active During The Holidays And Us & Them Reflects On 2023, This West Virginia Morning


On this West Virginia Morning, the holidays are an important time for everyone to rest and relax. But as Chris Schulz reports, students off from school can still benefit from mental and physical activities.

Also, in this show, as we come to the end of the year, Us & Them host Trey Kay has been reflecting on 2023, and a theme that’s been consistent. Trust, or more importantly, our lack of trust in each other and our institutions. In the latest episode, we explore how that reality could shape the year to come and its social and political landscape. Here’s an excerpt. 

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