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Sewer Upgrades for West Virginia Counties


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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia’s U.S. senators have announced $5.3 million in federal funding for sewer project in two counties. According to Sens. Shelley Moore Capito and Joe Manchin, the U.S. Department of Agriculture will loan $3.6 million to the Jefferson County Public Service District to improve its sewer system. The USDA also has… Read More

KY Civil Rights Champion Dies

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The Kentucky Commission on Human Rights says one of its founding members has died. Former Ashland Mayor David Welch served on the commission at its inception in 1960, and chaired the commission’s first public hearings supporting equal rights for women and minorities in 1967. Overall he served on the commission for 20 years. Welch died… Read More

Fighting Sexual Violence On Campuses

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Higher education officials, national activists and safety experts are joining more than 300 student leaders from college campuses across Ohio at an event addressing sexual violence. The Ohio Department of Higher Education says today’s Changing Campus Culture Student Summit  is the nation’s first comprehensive statewide collaboration on the issue. The theme is “Generation IX (“nine”):… Read More

Kentucky Replaces 511 Phone Line For Traffic, Weather

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky officials say they have replaced the system that motorists use to get updated traffic and weather information. A statement from the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet says the nearly 20-year-old 511 phone system has been replaced with an online portal, Goky.ky.gov. It describes the website as an improved, user-friendly platform that provides… Read More