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W.Va. economy is a big winner this session

The first regular session of the 82nd Legislature, highlighted by the enactment of a host of civil justice and regulatory reforms laying an improved foundation for our economy and jobs, concluded at midnight Saturday, bringing to a close one of the most productive legislative sessions in recent West Virginia history.

Jefferson County’s impact fee was and is arguably justified by the need to fund additional county infrastructure resulting from spiking residential growth rate in excess of the additional real estate tax assessments that such improvements bring.

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Jack is a tall, slender, gray-haired man who I’d guess to be in his late 70s.

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For a legislative session that was touted as being all about job creation and economic development, the true motto of the 2015 regular session could be, “Rollback, Repel, Regress.”

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12:41 a.m. U.S. 340, welfare check, contact made/no assistance needed

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There it sat at Mountaineer Auction in rural Kanawah County, a beautiful piece of craftsmanship and woodworking more than 8 feet tall, 6 feet long and weighing in at more than 600 pounds.

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With four days remaining in the 2015 legislative session, committees have been a beehive of activity as legislators make a push to get proposed legislation to the floor for final passage.

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Byron Royal of Ward 4 has withdrawn from the Charles Town City Council race, 
saying he will give his support to candidate Keith Veler.

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Crash victim’s funeral set for Saturday

The 31-year-old Ranson man who died after a Friday morning car crash here was an animal lover, and his family has asked that contributions in his 
memory be made to a local shelter.

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The 270-acre site here where hundreds were employed by 3M starting in the 1960s may soon be a bustling industrial site again, according to officials with the Jefferson County Development Authority.

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