CHARLESTON — Governor Jim Justice is blaming an extended illness for having to cancel a handful of public events including attending Governors Day at the State Fair in Lewisburg. “On Sunday of this week I started feeling under the weather. I consulted with my doctor, had some tests run, and I am being treated for a viral infection. I am now feeling better and on the road to recovery." Gov.
CLARKSBURG — Debate on the future of the Affordable Care Act continues in the U.S. Senate as Republican members grapple with both a new plan and how to repeal and replace the old one. Right in the middle is Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., who had to cancel her planned visit to Fairmont as keynote speaker at Wednesday’s Marion County Chamber of Commerce dinner and awards event.
In one week, the Marion County Chamber of Commerce will hold its 64th Annual Dinner Meeting and Awards event. I’ve had the real honor of attending many over the years, and at each event I always leave feeling a little more hopeful about our local economy.The Annual Dinner, held this year on Aug. 2, brings together community, political and business leaders from across the county as our Chamber honors its membership and hands out a handful of awards and scholarships.
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Selecting a term
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