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Justice calls fed help with Mylan plant ‘pitiful’

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Production at the former Mylan pharmaceutical plant in Morgantown has ceased, but efforts to save the plant and 1,400 jobs have not, according to Gov. Jim Justice. During the live coronavirus briefing Wednesday, Justice said multiple efforts are ongoing to find a company to operate the facility.
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West Virginia COVID-19 numbers surge again

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) — The numbers COVID-19 are not looking good and continue to cause concern in West Virginia. A lot of the numbers are trending in the wrong direction, leading to more pleas for people to get vaccinated. Overall, many of the key indicators are spiking once again. The...
Charleston, WVWSAZ

West Virginia Dept. of Education releases back to school guidance document

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The West Virginia Department of Education and Board of Education have released back-to-school guidance for the 2021-22 school year. They held a press conference Wednesday afternoon. State Superintendent of Schools W. Clayton Burch, WVBE Vice President Tom Campbell and West Virginia Secondary Schools Activities Commission Executive...
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Lawmaker disappointed after DOJ calls off Pennsylvania nursing home probe

(The Center Square) – At least one Republican lawmaker in Pennsylvania disagrees with the U.S. Department of Justice’s decision to drop an investigation into the state’s COVID-19 nursing home deaths. Rep. Frank Ryan, R-Palmyra, said he and other lawmakers “pieced together” information to uncover the “serious problems” inside the state’s...
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Decision on school masks in WVa will be made at county level

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia’s public schools superintendent pushed back Wednesday against new recent federal guidelines that masks should be worn in schools, saying that any decision as the coronavirus pandemic drags into another school year will be left up to county officials. West Virginia will start the school...
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Justin Bieber Apologizes for Briefly Being a Fan of Morgan Wallen

Life comes at you fast, even if you’re a pop star. Justin Bieber posted an Instagram story on Wednesday shouting out controversial country artist Morgan Wallen. Biebs posted a screenshot of Wallen’s Dangerous: The Double Album captioned “Love this album.” (Bieber’s latest album, Justice, actually pushed Dangerous off the top of the Billboard charts in March of this year.) The love fest didn’t last long, as Bieber deleted the story and issued an apology for not knowing about that Wallen was caught on camera saying the N-word. “I had no idea that the guy’s music I posted was recently found saying racist comments,” Bieber wrote in his stories. “I sincerely apologize to anyone I offended.”
Davidson, NClakenormanpublications.com

In Davidson, utility requests fuel debate on growth vision

DAVIDSON – The town’s attitude toward new development – whether for 90 homes on 50 acres, or just six on 60 – triggered exchanges about philosophy and policy at the most recent town board meeting. Two separate requests for utility extensions, introduced for discussion purposes only at the July 27...
Westfield, INCurrent Publishing

Westfield man sentenced to prison for wire fraud, money laundering

George S. Blankenbaker, Jr., a 56-year-old Westfield resident, was sentenced to five years in prison for wire fraud and money laundering. He also will serve three years of supervised release and was ordered to pay more than $1.5 million in restitution. According to a press release from the U.S. Dept....
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Robert Pattinson's Batman: 5 Things We Know About His Version Of The Character

CinemaBlend participates in affiliate programs with various companies. We may earn a commission when you click on or make purchases via links. From cartoonishly overdramatic self-parodies like to self-serious and appropriately dramatic cartoons, the Batman movies have shown us several different shades of the Dark Knight on the big screen in the many decades since Bill Finger and Bob Kane introduced him to DC Comics in 1939. However, signs show that we may be getting one of our most unique cinematic portrayals yet with Robert Pattinson as Batman in director Matt Reeves’ The Batman, which is slated to hit theaters in March 2022. We still have a while before our burning questions regarding one of the most anticipated upcoming DC movies are finally answered, but the little information we do have about this new take on the character is enough to keep us calm and confident amid our excitement, such as what stage of the Caped Crusader’s life we are destined to see.
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