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1 Roll call of compassion
2 High school commencement dates set for May
3 Two more COVID cases in Mon schools
4 Deadline looms for charter school
5 Operation Sunshine donors, Nov. 29
6 More questions than answers for Mon County educators, parents as the first day of classes closes in | 104.5 FM & 1440 AM | The Voice of Morgantown | Morgantown, WV
7 Mon County Schools prepares families, staff and students for in-person learning | 104.5 FM & 1440 AM | The Voice of Morgantown | Morgantown, WV
8 Mon County high school seniors given graduation choices
9 Mon County WV BOE talks re-opening schools in the fall
10 Top 5 things to do in Cincinnati this weekend: Aug. 28-30
11 Mon County schools deal with flu outbreak | 104.5 FM & 1440 AM | The Voice of Morgantown | Morgantown, WV
12 Mon County teachers voice concerns about COVID-19 reopening | 104.5 FM & 1440 AM | The Voice of Morgantown | Morgantown, WV
13 Students Return
14 Mon County approves blended learning for first nine weeks
15 Monongalia County goes orange on DHHR coronavirus map
16 Monongalia County's first week of back to school planned for fall pending pandemic situation
17 90 seniors decide to spend school year at home
18 Orange status subject of BOE special session
19 Mon Schools watching for map update
20 Monongalia, Preston counties share different tales about starting school year
21 Senior ceremonies back on schedule, set for June 25
22 Schools update fall schedule and guidelines
23 Start date catches counties by surprise
24 Gov. sets Sept. 1 as decision deadline
25 Coronavirus puts halt on students return
26 Justice approves of Cabell's decision to adopt hybrid model for start of school
27 Monongalia County education leaders address increasing cases as school year looms
28 West Virginia high schoolers sent home after fly larvae found near kitchen
29 Rep. Talerico clarifies: It's Mike Cronk for District 6
30 WV schools chief admits 'missteps' -- though not his own -- in case of administrator alleged to have had relationship with student
31 Things to do in Cincinnati this week: Aug. 24-30
32 Marley’s Mission announces Blue Ribbon Gala chairs
33 A former WV assistant principal had an inappropriate relationship with a student. He was allowed to resign and continue teaching in Arizona -- until Arizona found out.
34 Students at Brookhaven Elementary mourn the loss of their teacher | 104.5 FM & 1440 AM | The Voice of Morgantown | Morgantown, WV
35 Shock and sadness after state legislator Gary Knopp dies in midair crash
36 Morgantown’s John Bowers joins the 12 SportsZone Special: “A Season of Uncertainty”
37 At entry deadline, Alaska's political primary is stocked with candidates
38 Elijah Verhagen files for House District 6
39 Monongalia County students participate in inaugural Arctic Academy day
40 Alaska needs more leaders like Gary Knopp
41 Vote No on 2 names co-chairs to stop a ballot measure that would rig Alaska elections
42 Substitute principal assigned to University High School amid controversy
43 The Hidden Costs of Family Caregiving
44 These 14 races could decide who controls the Alaska Legislature for the next two years
45 Hudson Gallery to showcase regional artists | The Blade
46 $517,000 home in Fayetteville: See list of 135 home sales in Onondaga County
47 As 2020 begins, 4 Alaska statehouse incumbents haven't yet signed up to run again
48 Democratic candidate stands out in early fundraising for Alaska legislative elections
49 Operation Sunshine donors
50 Land transactions for the week of Sept. 13, 2020
51 A Mat-Su state House race could reshuffle the Alaska Capitol's balance of power. Here's why.
52 Where's the money?
53 Letter: Vote for Mike Cronk
54 Bon Voyage restaurant is realization of longtime dream of Antioch owners
55 Three names for District 3: Prax, Studler, Villa
56 Alaska House narrowly approves fix for capital budget and reverse sweep, sending bill to Dunleavy
57 DMV scales back Real ID outreach in rural Alaska, saying alternatives are plentiful
58 Patient had been waiting for a kidney. It finally arrived, but coronavirus stopped it
59 North Pole Republicans nominate three to replace state Rep. Tammie Wilson
60 The 10000 NJ Teachers Who Make $98K Or More In 2018
61 Alaska Stalker
62 Alaska Legislature fails to override Dunleavy vetoes
63 Wasilla representative says she will not run for reelection
64 Holdout Kenai lawmaker agrees to break leadership deadlock in Alaska House
65 Escape to deliciousness at Chocolate Sanctuary
66 Marley's Mission plans Blue Ribbon Gala | Community
67 Chairpersons named for annual Marley’s Mission Blue Ribbon Gale
68 Striking out on his own, legislator hopes to charter new coalition in the Alaska House
69 Small Business Navigation: Siren's song
70 Art Community Raises Funds for Local 101-Year-Old Illustrator Anne Wainscott, Who Lost Condo in Fire
71 The Sunday Minefield
72 The 10000 NJ Teachers Who Make $99K Or More In 2019
73 NJ medical marijuana dispensary could open in Eatontown, first at Jersey Shore
74 The latest: With 22 lawmakers absent, Alaska Legislature fails to override Gov. Mike Dunleavy's budget vetoes
75 Rep. Knopp gets real loose
76 ‘I’m ecstatic’: Outgoing Meridian mayor cheers as her top aide wins her job
77 Coroner IDs woman killed Thursday in single-vehicle crash on I-65
78 Estranged husband seeks part of late wife's estate
79 Alaska House deadlock continues, but 'Group of Eight' offers possible fix
80 Sharon Jackson attempts to outflank stalled Alaska Legislature, takes oath of office in courthouse
81 Buncombe, Asheville property transfers for Nov. 30-Dec. 8
82 Eatontown council members deny 'backroom deal' for judge
83 A coalition majority is necessary to break deadlock, Alaska House members say
84 Just keep swimming at Schaumburg's Water Works
85 District Court
86 Alaska football begins with Monroe's team of 12 at Seward, West-Soldotna IV and a pair of polls
87 By one vote, Alaska House again fails to fix capital budget and reverse sweep
88 Monongalia County school superintendent to retire
89 The Sunday Minefield
90 In unprecedented split, Alaska legislators will meet separately Monday in Wasilla and Juneau
91 Deadlock continues as Alaska House minority Republicans oppose capital budget fix and 'reverse sweep'
92 Alaska House votes for $1600 dividend; bill now goes to the Senate
93 Which Alaska do we want?
94 Monthlong Alaska House deadlock ends with Rep. Edgmon elected speaker and a coalition majority
95 Here's what Gov.-elect Dunleavy says about super-sized Permanent Fund dividends
96 Dunleavy's proposed cut to education funding would cut more than $400000 to Bristol Bay schools
97 On Staten Island, Pantsuit Nation Met Its Match
98 Despite Republicans' ire, Knopp says he won't resign or change party
99 Protesters notwithstanding...
100 Internet child pornography investigation nets about a dozen men