WVPB’s Latest Documentary On Woody Williams And The 'Us & Them' Dinner Party Returns, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, Hershel “Woody” Williams was an American hero, the last living World War II recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor and a proud West Virginian. After a lifetime of service, the Marion County native died last summer at the age of 93. West Virginia Public Broadcasting explores the life and legacy of Williams in “Woody Williams: An Extraordinary Life of Service.”

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Us & Them: To Friend Or Unfriend? That Is The Question

Over the past few years, some people have severed their digital lifeline with friends and family because of political differences. With the click of a single button the social media connection is gone. Click - buh-bye! The decision can mean you're out of touch and cut off from that person’s life. But two childhood friends from Gallipolis, OH — who vote very differently — have committed to doing just the opposite.

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Justice, Mooney Senate Campaign Finance Numbers Note Diverse Support 

The Republican U.S. Senate primary campaigns for Gov. Jim Justice and Rep. Alex Mooney released their candidates' second quarter finance numbers this week.

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Del. Storch Resigns To Take Legislative Liaison Position With Appalachian Power

Storch leaves 13 years of lawmaking behind to become an external affairs manager for Appalachian Power.

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