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July 30, 2014

‘Our Children, Our Future’ Campaign Returns

Martinsburg Journal – Michael Wuest, a member of the Youth Leadership Association at Martinsburg High School, wanted to know what is needed so young people like himself would be able to stay in West Virginia. Read

Creating jobs and fighting substance abuse was the consensus of the four state delegates gathered for a question and answer session during the Eastern Regional Policy Workshop and Community Training Tuesday.

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