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CHARLESTON – The Public Service Commission has approved the intra-company sale of the Harrison Power Station from Allegheny Energy Supply Company to Mon Power, with a price tag of $1.1 billion. Both companies are subsidiaries of First Energy. Only one commissioner dissented in the decision. The PSC added several conditions to the sale, including a […]

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Smart gun makes impossible shots possible

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CHARLESTON (AP) – It can pay to enter a political race early: Campaign finance reports show that Republican U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito had millions of dollars in her U.S. Senate campaign account months before a Democrat had even stepped forward to join the race. Last week, Democratic West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant […]

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Hats off to the hairstylist

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MORGANTOWN – He’s competed in the culinary Olympics, led a team at a global cooking competition in France and produced countless photo-worthy dishes for guests at southern West Virginia’s world-class resort, The Greenbrier. But Richard Rosendale, one of TV’s newest celebrity chefs, says his greatest challenges come on the set of “Recipe Rehab,” a Saturday […]

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Mountain Heritage fest focuses on fall

Jefferson Chamber of Commerce scraps spring arts-crafts event SHENANDOAH JUNCTION – Officials with the Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce won’t hold another springtime Mountain Heritage Arts and Crafts Festival, deciding this month to instead put all their focus on the larger, more successful fall version of the event. This article is exclusive, use Cleeng to […]

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SHEPHERDSTOWN — The Shepherdstown Really Really Free Market has moved to the heart of town and will celebrate its grand reopening next month. The new location for the market is 104 N. King St., in the street directly in front of Shepherdstown City Hall. The grand reopening will be held Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. […]

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Mystery Hole celebrates 40th anniversary

ANSTED (AP) — The charm of the Mystery Hole has remained mysterious throughout the decades. Current owners Sandy and Will Morrison intend to keep it that way as the unique tourist attraction celebrates its 40th anniversary. The couple want it to be just as it was when it first opened. “Why did we buy it?” […]

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