America stopped institutionalizing people with mental illness decades ago. But now, many are caught up in a system not meant for them. On this episode of Us & Them, we’ll hear what it’s like to live with mental illness behind bars in the Mountain State.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On December 31, 1862, President Abraham Lincoln paced the halls of the White House contemplating whether West Virginia should become a state. Lincoln had…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On October 24, 1861, voters formally approved the formation of West Virginia. Many western Virginia residents had been frustrated with the Virginia state…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On February 13, 1899, newspaperman Archibald Campbell died at age 65. A graduate of Bethany College, he became editor of the Wheeling Daily Intelligencer…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On April 20, 1963, the West Virginia Legislature met in a special ceremonial session at the old U.S. Custom House in Wheeling.It marked the 100th…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On November 6, 1860, Abraham Lincoln was elected 16th president of the United States. His election started a political cascade in which seven southern…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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