Live broadcast of Bernie Sander’s income inequality speech on Marshall campus

Jocelyn Gibson, Executive Editor
July 29, 2015
Filed under NEWS

West Virginia For Bernie Sanders organized a live broadcast of the democratic candidate Wednesday in Drinko Library. West Virginia For Bernie Sanders is a grassroots campaign to help elect Sanders which launched on April... Read more »

Huntington Area Hiking Club goes backpacking

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 29, 2015
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The Huntington Area Hiking Club is going on an overnight backpacking trip. With the help of several local Boy Scout Masters, the club will explore a section of the Kanawha Trace on August 1-2. Attendees will camp overnight and... Read more »

Two local physicians join Marshall Medical Alumni Association

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 29, 2015
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The Marshall University Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Alumni Association elected two local physicians to its board of directors. Adam M. Franks, M.D., is a professor in the department of family and community health at the... Read more »

Attorney General warns residents to be on alert for fraudulent phone calls

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 29, 2015
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Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned West Virginia residents to be on alert for fraudulent phone calls that claim a person’s debit card has been deactivated. The Attorney General’s Consumer Protection Division has received... Read more »

West Virginia Farmers Market Fresh Recipe Challenge seeks healthy recipe submissions

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 22, 2015
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Fresh, healthy and local are the three requirements for The West Virginia Farmers Market “Fresh Healthy Recipe Challenge.” The contest is seeking recipe submissions for food made from local farmers market ingredients in West Virginia.  ... Read more »

Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex expands

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 22, 2015
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Funding for The Arthur Weisberg Family Applied Engineering Complex came from state funding, university bonds and private gifts such as the Author Weisberg family. Dr. Wael Zatar the Dean of Marshall University College of Information... Read more »

Senate President Bill Cole discusses plans to unite universities and State Government

Senate President Bill Cole discusses plans to unite universities and State Government

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 15, 2015
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Senate President Bill Cole announced his candidacy for the 2016 West Virginia governor race last month. Since then he has hit the ground running, in terms of discussing his platform. Cole has said that he intends to unite universities... Read more »

GOVERNOR TOMBLIN DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY

GOVERNOR TOMBLIN DECLARES STATE OF EMERGENCY

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 15, 2015
Filed under NEWS, Showcase

Governor Earl Ray Tomblin declared a State of Emergency in Braxton, Webster and Wood counties on July 13 in response to the heavy rain fall and sever weather earlier this week. The state of emergency mobilized state resources to combat severe flooding following heavy rainfall... Read more »

Citizen Climate Lobby meets to start Huntington chapter

Jocelyn Gibson, Executive Editor
July 8, 2015
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The group Citizen Climate Lobby met Tuesday at Ritter Park to try and start a chapter in Huntington, West Virginia’s 3rd Congressional District. The group’s goal is to start a chapter in each of the state’s Congressional Districts. ... Read more »

EPA announces grants to serve Huntington sites, southern W. Va. counties environmental job training

EPA announces grants to serve Huntington sites, southern W. Va. counties environmental job training

Jocelyn Gibson, Executive Editor
July 8, 2015
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Representatives from the city and the EPA announced at a news conference Tuesday a grant for Huntington and southern West Virginia counties. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency awarded the city of Huntington two brownfield... Read more »

Marco Cornhole Classic to debut Aug. 1

Marco Cornhole Classic to debut Aug. 1

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 8, 2015
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The Marco Cornhole Classic and Marshall Family Fun Day will offer activities for all ages. The day is presented by Huntington Bank and will feature an afternoon of activities for Marshall alums, faculty, family and friends from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Harless Field. ... Read more »

Kessler speaks out about son’s drug charges

Kessler speaks out about son’s drug charges

Britanie Morgan, News Editor
July 8, 2015
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Jacob Kessler, 25, pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge. As a result of his plea, he will be participating in the Federal Drug Court of the Northern District of West Virginia. Jacob is the son of West Virginia State Senator... Read more »