Appalachians love to compete. Whether it’s recreational league softball, a turkey calling contest or workplace chili cook offs, Mountain folks are in it to win it. But there’s more to competing than just winning or losing. In this show, we’ll meet competitors who are also keepers of beloved Appalachian traditions.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Changes may be coming to the Office of Drug Control Policy if a House bill passes the West Virginia Legislature. House Bill 3306 would take the office away from the state Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) and give it new responsibilities.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
As lawmakers prepare for the upcoming 2023 general session, they do so with a near historic imbalance of political party power.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On Nov. 8, West Virginians will vote in new districts after the state redistricting in 2021. For some voters, it will be the first time they elect only one delegate to the House.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
House of Delegates member Jim Barach said he is withdrawing from seeking re-election amid frustrations with what he calls a manipulated system.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The fate of three razor-close delegate races too close to call could be decided this week as canvassing begins across the state.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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