Free Fishing Weekend Planned June 10, 11
West Virginia’s Free Fishing Weekend will return June 10-11, 2023.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
You might be familiar with a traditional instrument called the mountain or lap dulcimer. But there’s another, lesser-known dulcimer in Appalachia called the hammer dulcimer. It’s a bigger, stationary instrument that isn’t related to the lap dulcimer at all. In fact, it’s a relative of a Ukrainian instrument called the tsymbaly.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Gov. Jim Justice ordered state law enforcement almost a month ago to collect surplus items. Now, West Virginia will ship used body armor to Ukraine citizens caught in the line of fire.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Several West Virginia students from across the state got to speak with a family fleeing the war in Ukraine last week. They joined a video call with Ukrainian actress Alona Buznitskaya and her elderly mother and uncle.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Marshall University's Institute for Cyber Security joins partnership with West Virginia National Guard and Forge Security LLC.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Gov. Jim Justice sent a letter Friday to Senate President Craig Blair, R-Berkeley, and House Speaker Roger Hanshaw, R-Clay, requesting that the West Virginia Legislature pledge $5 million to help the country of Ukraine rebuild a children’s hospital in the city of Mariupol.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said Friday he has asked state law enforcement to collect surplus body armor for donation to Ukraine in its defense from attack from Russia.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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