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Athens County Chosen For Next Level Of Energy Conservation Competition

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Athens County has qualified for the next level of an energy conservation competition in which the winner will receive a $5 million prize. In December, the county commissioners decided — at the suggestion of Commissioner Chris Chmiel — to submit a letter of intent to compete for the Georgetown University Energy Prize. Since then, volunteers… Read More

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Owners of Medical Clinics Plead Guilty To Conspiracy To Commit Health Care Fraud


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Owners of the Advanced Family Medical Center and Watkins-Tsai Imaging pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit health care fraud after admitting they improperly charged government insurance programs for medically unnecessary procedures. Peter Tsai, 45, owner of Advanced Family Medical Center, his father and mother, Tahsiung Tsai, 73, and Ruey Tsai, 68, owners of Watkins-Tsai Imaging,… Read More

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Chairman:West Virginia Highway Commission Report Forthcoming

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The chairman of the Governor's Blue Ribbon Commission on Highways says the group will release its final report soon. Jason Pizatella tells the Charleston Gazette that the report is undergoing proofreading and editing. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin created the commission nearly two years ago. The commission issues recommendations for funding state… Read More

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GOP Expected To Formalize Cleveland Convention Bid

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The Republican National Committee is expected to officially name Cleveland host of the 2016 national convention during its annual conference in Chicago. The party's site selection committee picked Cleveland over Dallas and Denver last month. That decision must be ratified by the 168-member RNC on Friday. Convention planning continues in Cleveland, especially key fundraising efforts…. Read More