The sprawling economic package passed by the U.S. Senate this week has a certain West Virginia flavor. There’s the focus on energy, including billions of dollars in incentives for clean energy but also renewed support for traditional fuel sources such as coal and natural gas.
- This week in West Virginia history
- WV governor: Voters shouldn't decide abortion access issue
- Senate climate bill has West Virginia written all over it
- Former Seminoles catching Huff's eye in camp
- State of emergency declared in W.Va. jails for second time in five years
- English, math standardized test scores generally rise, but still not back to pre-pandemic levels
- WVU football: Some highs, some lows and some things to be determined from team's first scrimmage on Thursday
- Marshall, WVU to relax COVID-19 precautions
- Abolishment of cook position at Man Middle sparks discussion at BOE
- Expectations riding high early in Logan football camp
- Chapmanville resident on turning 100: 'I wouldn't change a thing'
- Man announces 2022 Athletic Hall of Fame induction class
- Man Street Fair rescheduled to Aug. 19-20
- Federal jury finds Logan County man guilty of child pornography crime
- Increased tax voucher amount to offset inflation costs for Loganwood construction
- Coffee and hand-dipped ice cream shop opens at Appalachian Outpost
- Air Evac's no-cost services to Logan County residents continues
- City council adopts comprehensive plan for zoning efforts
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