On this West Virginia Week, we learned about plants that can thrive in former mine lands, we kayaked along the Gauley River, we learned about an art exhibit inspired by recent cuts at West Virginia University, and we saw dogs fly from Charleston to Michigan to reach their forever homes.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
This week, we’re joined by Lilly Knoepp, regional reporter at Blue Ridge Public Radio in Western North Carolina. Boom and bust cycles for coal, timber and textiles are nothing new to Appalachia. Today, we’re seeing another industry struggle – local journalism. Some newspapers have scaled back or disappeared entirely, but journalism isn’t dying. Journalists are adapting and some are reinventing what they do.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The Roanoke Tribune has been telling its Black readers their lives matter for more than 80 years. While many newspapers have struggled to adapt to the…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The new owner of the Charleston Gazette-Mail says the newspaper's vice president of circulation is being promoted to publisher.HD Media announced Thursday…Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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