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W.Va. Adopt-A-Highway program removes 700,000 pounds of litter
More than 700,000 pounds of litter was removed from West Virginia’s public roads and highways, thanks to volunteer efforts this spring and fall as part of the state’s Adopt-A-Highway cleanup program.
Tribune Readers’ Views — Monday, Nov. 25, 2013
Abortion isn’t ‘health care’
Our veterans need more than a day
America is home to 21.2 million veterans — men and women who were willing to risk their lives for our country.
- Community calendar — Monday, Nov. 25, 2013
Keep calm and drive
It’s not just for teenagers anymore.
President Theodore Roosevelt and Veterans Day
As we (recently celebrated) Veterans Day, it is instructive to consider the contributions of our presidents to our nation’s defense and military. Of America’s 43 presidents, 31 have served in the military.
- Famous author visits Mountain View
- Ansted High School Class of 1953
ADK education sorority supports scholarship fund
Alpha Delta Kappa, an International Honorary Sorority for Women Educators, celebrated Alpha Delta Kappa Month during October, according to a release from member Shirley Nuttall. Members are educators dedicated to educational excellence, altruism, and world understanding. This year, Alpha Alpha chapter in Fayette County honors educators from Fayette schools.
Articulation agreement signed
Bridgemont Community & Technical College and WVU Tech recently signed an agreement regarding transfer credits between the two schools. The contract designates Bridgemont courses that will be accepted by WVU Tech to create seamless transfer for students seeking a bachelor’s degree.
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