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Local news stories from West Virginia Public Broadcasting. Whether it's important news events, interesting features about people and places, the latest in environmental news, stories about education or the economy, West Virginia Public Broadcasting's team of experienced reporters bring listeners in depth stories and interviews from around the state.
 
Zane Grey (Pearl Zane Gray) born in 1872 in Zanesville, Ohio was best known for his western stories, most notably Riders Of The Purple Sage which has been filmed four times, the last in 1996 starring Ed Harris and Amy Madigan. Among his other interests was baseball. He attended the University of Pennsylvania on a baseball scholarship where he earned a degree in dentistry. Grey later played minor league baseball with a team in Wheeling, West Virginia. According to the Internet Movie Data Base ...
 
Ward was laid up after a mysterious accident when Woodford, a rival cattleman, demanded 600 head be delivered within 3 days under a contract that the two had entered into. The price had since dropped and Woodford was counting on Ward's inability to deliver to escape a loss on the contract. Woodford had chosen his time well. The cattle were far to the south across the Valley River and Ward had no choice but to send his brother, Quiller, to fetch the stock. A lot could happen on such a long tr ...
 
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On this West Virginia Morning , we hear from Dr. Cathy Slemp, who was recently ousted from her position as the state’s top public health official. Also, in this show, we hear a report from Marshall University as the school voted to remove the name of a Confederate soldier from a campus building; we hear about a settlement paid to a Black woman from…
 
Robert A. Alonso II (Tony) served in the United States Air Force from Jan. 85-Apr 98. After he separated from the USAF he relocated back home to WV. He began working with his father (Bob), his brother (Todd), and his sister (Tish) in the construction business as a Project Manager and Estimator. Robert received his service connected disability from …
 
In this one, I talk about some rare technology that I think was BETTER in the 1970s and invite you guys to come up with others, the day I met Mickey Mantle, some other baseball legends I have known including the rudest of them all. All this and a great call from the hotline. I hope you enjoy it. Thanks for listening! Need twice the Surf Report? We'…
 
Dr. Joshua Hagen, the Director of the Human Innovation Center at the Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute joins Dan Zangrilli to discuss the exciting findings Oura Rings can provide to catch COVID-19 symptoms before they appear. Plus, Neal Brown's latest address to reporters as voluntary workouts continue.…
 
A whole new concept in craft beer retail begins with the opening of The Pitch, a new sports bar and restaurant at the Shawnee Sports Complex in Institute, near Charleston, WV. On this West Virginia Beer Roads podcast episode you’ll learn about The Pitch’s groundbreaking business plan that places them as West Virginia’s first independent … Continue …
 
On this West Virginia Morning , Gov. Jim Justice has ordered the wearing of face masks inside public buildings in West Virginia. Also, in this show, a middle school on Charleston’s west side will change its name after the Kanawha County Board of Education voted unanimously to remove an association with Confederate General Stonewall Jackson, and we …
 
On this West Virginia Morning , Dave Mistich speaks with Report for America fellow Chris Jones about his recent story looking at and defining two movements: Antifa and Boogaloo Boys. Also, in this show, we remember Vietnam veteran Dave Evans who touched the lives of not just West Virginians, but many people around the world. Evans spent his life af…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we hear an update from Gov. Jim Justice who is warning of mandating face masks in public. Also, in this show, we hear how colleges and universities in the state are reacting to financial challenges brought on by COVID-19; we hear the latest on the unprecedented numbers of unemployment claims in the region; we hear ab…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we learn about a family-owned Black newspaper in Virginia that just celebrated its 80 th anniversary. The publisher, Claudia Whitworth, is rejecting the idea that people only want to hear negative stories. Also, in this show, we hear an excerpt from the latest episode of Us & Them exploring whether the topic of abort…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we’ll hear from a veteran reporter who covers the environment about the struggling system that makes sure that mining sites are cleaned up. Also, in this show, we hear about a resolution passed Tuesday in Shepherdstown calling on Gov. Jim Justice to require face masks across the state, and we hear how COVID-19 has af…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we’ll hear a conversation about the coronavirus, antibodies and what medical researchers are trying to learn about immunity as it relates to the ongoing pandemic. Also, in this show, we hear about a resolution passed in Shepherdstown that “strongly encourages” businesses there to require customers to wear face masks.…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , a group of residents in Letcher County, Kentucky confront a judge over a Facebook post in which he downplayed racism and accused protesters of heightening tensions. Also, in this show, we hear how religious leaders in West Virginia are responding to the coronavirus pandemic at their places of worship. We also visit s…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , while some statues of confederate generals have been toppled or ordered down in some cities and towns, the debate carries on in other places. We hear about one man’s mission to bring down a statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee in Murray, Kentucky. Also, we hear about Appalachia’s connection to Wales through music, and we lis…
 
In this one, I talk about the battered, beaten and bashed-in copy of Dawn of the Dead I recently purchased, Toney's ongoing trip to North (or is it South?) Carolina, watching The King of Staten Island with my kids, whether or not movie theaters will ever really return, my automatic (but temporary) dismissal of all technological advances, the two wi…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , health officials in the state are concerned that people are becoming too relaxed about the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, making outbreaks more likely. Also, one of the state’s top health officials has resigned. And if the state were to tighten restrictions, what might that mean for our friends in recovery from substa…
 
ITrend Technology was founded by Edward Green, a federally contracted IT professional turned businessman, who has a mission to simplify the world of Information Technology for individuals and businesses. Having worked in the Information Technology field since 1998, Edward decided to form ITrend Technology, a local IT management business that focuse…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we have stories about an award-winning fiddler, a special kind of fungi housed at West Virginia University, and we hear from a Kentucky voter who previously had her voting rights taken away due to a felony charge.West Virginia Public Broadcasting による
 
On this West Virginia Morning , in the only state born of the American Civil War, we explore the discussion of whether to remove statues that celebrate confederate civil war heroes. Also, an update on where pipelines and hiking trails intersect.West Virginia Public Broadcasting による
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we’re still celebrating Father’s Day. We hear from some new dads who became fathers during the coronavirus pandemic. Also, we meet Tina Russell, the first Black woman in West Virginia’s history to win a democratic primary in Mercer County.West Virginia Public Broadcasting による
 
In this one, I talk about the return of the humidity, my long-running love of receiving packages in the mail, the problems advertising spokesmen are having in today's climate, and a newspaper article I read warning us about "toilet plumes," the most ludicrous public bathroom I've encountered, some thoughts on the History Channel show 'Alone,' and o…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we conclude our week of youth-themed coverage with a father who shares the memory of meeting his daughter just after she was born. Also, we hear another winning student writer – this time from kindergarten. We also have a discussion on how the coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately affected black Americans, and …
 
Andrew Cutright is a managing member of Cutright Law located in the Suncrest Towne Centre in Morgantown, WV. His father Roger Cutright is also a member of Cutright Law, and combined they have over 30 years of experience. Andrew is a graduate of Dickinson College in Carlisle, PA and also a graduate from WVU Law School. Cutright Law specializes in co…
 
WVU Medicine's Dr. Clay Marsh joins Dan Zangrilli to discuss WVU Football's return to play amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and how the Athletic Department, as well as the University at-large, champions the health, safety and overall welfare of students and student-athletes.
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we continue hearing from and about kids. In this show, we highlight the conversation black families have with their teenagers about the police, and we share a special note from a mom to her kids about injustice and oppression. Also, we hear from a career school graduate in Fayette County who explores the reputation o…
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we continue to hear from and about the youth in our region. In this show, we hear the perspective of a young farmer, and we also hear from one of our first place winners in this year’s West Virginia Public Broadcasting Writers Contest.West Virginia Public Broadcasting による
 
On this West Virginia Morning , we share a youth report on an athlete’s perseverance. We also hear about what high schools in West Virginia are doing about graduation ceremonies, and we check in with communities cleaning up after flooding this weekend.West Virginia Public Broadcasting による
 
On this West Virginia Morning , all this week we’ll be hearing from and about some of West Virginia’s younger residents. We hear a youth essay from Charleston where one young black West Virginian shares his vision for the future, and we also hear from young people in the Ohio Valley region.West Virginia Public Broadcasting による
 
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