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Latest On USPS Charleston Processing And Distributing Center, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, the United States Postal Service (USPS) announced last week it would postpone delivery network changes that would downsize the Charleston Processing and Distribution Center. But this news hasn’t remedied months-long tensions between local workers and USPS officials. As Jack Walker reports, union representatives are now filing grievance claims for some workers.

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Revitalization Of Communities Is EPA's Focus In State, Ortiz Says

Adam Ortiz, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator for Region 3, says the EPA has invested half a billion dollars in West Virginia during the Biden presidency.

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More Than Half Of DHHR’s Workforce Eligible For Retirement By 2029

A health committee Sunday heard reports from state officials that more than half of the Department of Health and Human Resources workforce will be eligible for retirement by 2029.

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Rebuttal To WorkForce W.Va. Job-Seeking Services Story

“There are people out there that need work. I don't know how to find them. And I'm not having much luck with WorkForce,” Brent Sears said.

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