The chance of ending up in the water is higher in those rapids, McQueen said. He believes in the river mantra that a boater is always just in between swims.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On this West Virginia Morning, Jeanette Wilson’s family poems about African American life in southwest Virginia are connecting the past to the present in a preview of this week's Inside Appalachia. And, our Mountain Stage Song of the Week comes from pioneering alt-rock sextet, Wilco.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Seven private West Virginia schools will receive more than $120,000 from the Federal Communications Commission.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
W.Va. Communications Workers Union Leader Surprised, Pleased With Tentative Frontier Contract Agreement
Now heading to a rank and file vote, the tentative four-year contract agreement reached Saturday between the Communications Workers of America and Frontier Communications covers about 1,400 mostly West Virginia based employees.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Plans to connect the last 300,000 locations in West Virginia with affordable internet went public on Friday.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
About 22,000 households in Raleigh, Wyoming, Mercer, McDowell and Summers counties will be connected to broadband.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
More than $18 million for various broadband infrastructure projects throughout the state have received preliminary approval, Gov. Jim Justice announced Wednesday.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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