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Randolph County Fourth Grader To Light U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree 

Ethan Reese, a 4th grade student from Randolph County, will light the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. The Beverly Elementary School student has a deep connection to the Monongahela National Forest, where this year's U.S. Capitol tree came from. His great-great-grandfather Arthur Wood was one of the first superintendents there.

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W.Va. Senior Named Finalist In National Poetry Competition

Sprouse is one of nine finalists out of a field of 54 state and jurisdictional champions from across the country to compete reciting classic and contemporary poetry.

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New W.Va.-Washington, D.C. Liaison Seeks Federal Grants

Melissa Decker said her title is D.C. Director for Gov. Jim Justice. She will identify areas where the state can compete for more federal grant funding, serve as liaison with the West Virginia congressional delegation and be the primary point of contact between federal officials and the state of West Virginia.

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