FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Marion County Chamber of Commerce hosted its 68th Annual Chamber Dinner Wednesday night at the Falcon Center on the campus of Fairmont State University. Members of the chamber said this is one of their biggest events all year where they are able to honor the businesses and organizations for their membership to […]
Charleston, WV (WOAY) – U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-WV) announced today that Bluefield State University will receive $300,000 made available through congressionally directed spending requests from Capito. Bluefield State’s Medical Arts Education Center will use the funds to increase healthcare workforce training capacity at their facility in the Bluefield Regional Medical Center.
Shelley Moore Capito hit her fellow West Virginian, Joe Manchin, for striking a climate and tax deal with Democrats this week: "It's not good for our state."
What happened: Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) told POLITICO on Thursday she was "very surprised" to see her fellow West Virginian, Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin, strike a climate and energy, tax and health care deal with Democrats this week, knocking it as "not good for our state." "I was surprised....
Shelley Moore Capito is touring the future site of Mountain Steer Company in White Sulphur Springs. Mountain Steer Company will serve local farmers and the greater community with farm to table beef processing. “We want to support young farmers and this is great for West Virginia because it creates jobs,” says Capito. The post Shelley Moore Capito touring the future site of Mountain Steer Company appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
Happening now: Sen. Shelley Moore Capito speaks at the rededication and grand opening at the Schoolhouse Hotel in White Sulphur Springs. The post Sen. Shelley Moore Capito speaks at the grand opening of the Schoolhouse Hotel appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.
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