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01/29/2020 - Share Your Business Travel Needs with NCWV Airport   

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The North Central West Virginia Airport is seeking to build a business case for our airline partner, SkyWest Airlines dba United Airlines, to expand air service at CKB.  

To do so, we need to develop data on local business air travel patterns and demands, and we need that information from you.  

Our goal is to potentially add an additional 3rd daily flight to the United/SkyWest schedule, which will better serve our community. 

As part of that effort, our air service consultants will be in town for meetings on Wednesday, January 29th to assist in compiling the data and understanding the need.   

Please join us on Wednesday, January 29th so your business travel needs are included in the data.

Please RSVP by Monday, January 27 to NCWVairport@flyckb.com

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DevOps Engineer - University Relations - Careers | West Virginia University - Morgantown, WV   

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University Relations at West Virginia University is seeking applicants for a DevOps Engineer (Professional Technologist 3.756). Four (4) years’ experience with:
From West Virginia University - Wed, 13 Nov 2019 16:05:30 GMT - View all Morgantown, WV jobs
          

Systems Administrator (Professional Technologist 2.832) - Careers | West Virginia University - Morgantown, WV   

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Knowledge of DevOps and SRE methodology. Information Technology Services at West Virginia University is seeking applications for a Systems Administrator …
From West Virginia University - Sun, 03 Nov 2019 10:06:24 GMT - View all Morgantown, WV jobs
          

Food Service Worker - Toyota West Virginia - Aramark - Buffalo, WV   

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Adheres to Aramark safety policies and procedures including proper food safety and sanitation. Essential functions and responsibilities of the position may vary…
From Aramark - Wed, 22 Jan 2020 02:12:52 GMT - View all Buffalo, WV jobs
          

Woods, Holden lead Rio past Eagles   

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WILMORE, Ky. — On the heels of a disappointing loss at West Virginia University Tech last Thursday, University of Rio Grande head coach David Smalley didn’t envision a 10-point first quarter deficit against Asbury University on Tuesday night as part of the bounce-back script. Fortunately, though, Smalley’s club grabbed their collective pens and set about […]

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Berkeley Yoga Center Virginia   

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Serendipity Is Unity Woods’ off-site center for residential workshops and special events. It is a country home located in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, a town with natural warm springs known as the nation’s first spa ...
          

Professions: CDL A Truck Drivers - No Forced Dispatch - Dallas, Texas   

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Truck Driver Benefits * Medical/Dental, and 401K * Paid vacation * Paid orientation * No forced dispatch * No-touch freight * No hazmat * Cell phone reimbursement * Driver referral bonus Truck Driver Requirements * Class A CDL license * Minimum of 1-year OTR experience Start Here * indicates required field * Name* First Last * Email* * Phone* * Zip* City * State * AlabamaAlaskaArizonaArkansasCaliforniaColoradoConnecticutDelawareFloridaGeorgiaHawaiiIdahoIllinoisIndianaIowaKansasKentuckyLouisianaMaineMarylandMassachusettsMichiganMinnesotaMississippiMissouriMontanaNebraskaNevadaNew HampshireNew JerseyNew MexicoNew YorkNorth CarolinaNorth DakotaOhioOklahomaOregonPennsylvaniaRhode IslandSouth CarolinaSouth DakotaTennesseeTexasUtahVermontVirginiaWashingtonWest VirginiaWisconsinWyoming * Do you have 1 year of OTR driving experience?* Select OneYesNo * Are you willing to drive OTR?* Select OneYesNo * * * * * * * * * By providing my phone number and clicking the button below, I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy, provide my electronic signature, and consent to receive automated marketing calls or text messages (e.g., prerecorded and/or autodialed calls), regardless of any previous registration on any company, State or National Do Not Call list, and emails from Poly Trucking and Randall-Reilly, LLC. Consent is not a condition of any purchase. You may opt out any time. Message & data rates may apply." name="rr_internal_consent_message"> * By providing my phone number and clicking the button below, I agree to the Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy, provide my electronic signature, and consent to receive automated marketing calls or text messages (e.g., prerecorded and/or autodialed calls), regardless of any previous registration on any company, State or National Do Not Call list, and emails from Poly Trucking and Randall-Reilly, LLC. Consent is not a condition of any purchase. You may opt out any time. Message & data rates may apply. About Poly Trucking Poly Trucking is headquartered in Grand Prairie, TX. We are a long and short-haul domestic carrier. Our fleet is comprised of late model, company-owned trucks. With Poly Trucking, you avoid the delays, logistical problems and additional expenses that often accompany third-party service. We'll deliver your freight safely, efficiently, and on-time. Call Us Today 855-276-0955 Call Now 855-276-0955 or or ()
          

The Relationship between the Distributed Leadership Readiness of West Virginia Principals and Their Perceptions of Selected School-based Committees   

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Riddle, Patrick L., II ProQuest Dissertations and Theses 01 Jan 2015

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Has The Long Goodbye Of Wi-Fi Begun?; SpaceX's License To Launch Internet Satellites May Have Violated Law; + more news -    

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Has The Long Goodbye of Wi-Fi Begun?: Allocating spectrum in smaller chunks will let municipalities, universities, and companies create private 5G cellular networks ieee.org
SpaceX's license to launch hundreds of internet satellites may have violated the law, astronomers could sue FCC businessinsider.com
Microsoft accidentally exposed 250 million customer service records online neowin.net
Mobile and broadband 'loyalty penalties' endure, but help on the way trustedreviews.com
Windstream Upgraded 1.3M High-Speed Broadband Locations Last Year telecompetitor.com
Rogers Still Seeking Ignite TV Spark lightreading.com
T-Mobile/Sprint Team Gets DOJ Award - Hailed for 'zealous commitment' to serving public multichannel.com
USDA Hands Out Rural Broadband Funds - Loans/grants totaling $25-plus million go to West Virginia, Arkansas multichannel.com
Ting isn't dropping T-Mobile GSM support after all androidpolice.com
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West Virginia Introduces Inoperable Vehicle Legislation   

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SEMA-model legislation (H.B. 4047) has been introduced by West Virginia Delegate Gary Howell to permit automotive collecting activities on residential property if the vehicles are kept out of ordinary public view.


          

Adjunct Faculty--Web Development (JavaScript/Jquery) - West Virginia Northern Community College - Wheeling, WV   

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WVNCC has a priority need of experienced online adjunct instructors. Quality Matters training is preferred or the applicant must be willing to complete the…
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Associate Veterinarian | Mountainview Veterinary Services   

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Keyser, West Virginia, Mixed-animal veterinary practice in West Virginia seeks motivated practitioner to join a six-doctor team with two small animal locations and an existing large animal client base covering six counties
          

Senior Structural Engineer/Project Manager - TRC Companies Inc - Charleston, WV   

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TRC is an equal opportunity employer: TRC is looking for a Senior Structural Engineer/Project Manager at our Charleston, West Virginia location.
From TRC Companies Inc - Tue, 26 Nov 2019 09:08:15 GMT - View all Charleston, WV jobs
          

Senior Structural Engineer/Project Manager - TRC - Charleston, WV   

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TRC is an equal opportunity employer: TRC is looking for a Senior Structural Engineer/Project Manager at our Charleston, West Virginia location.
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Application Developer, Professional Technologist 2 - Careers | West Virginia University - Morgantown, WV   

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Working knowledge of Java application servers such as Tomcat and WebLogic. Ability to create Web Applications in a Grails or other framework in Groovy and/or…
From West Virginia University - Sat, 21 Dec 2019 04:05:52 GMT - View all Morgantown, WV jobs
          

Other: Strategic Pursuits Leader - Olathe, Kansas   

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At HDR, we specialize in engineering, architecture, environmental and construction services. While we are most well-known for adding beauty and structure to communities through high-performance buildings and smart infrastructure, we provide much more than that. We create an unshakable foundation for progress because our multidisciplinary teams also include scientists, economists, builders, analysts and artists. That s why we belie diversity is our greatest strength. HDR is proud to be an equal opportunity workplace and an affirmative action employer. Watch our 'About Us' video We believe that the way we work can add meaning and value to the world. That ideas inspire positive change. That coloring outside the lines can illuminate fresh perspectives. And that small details yield important realizations. Above all, we believe that collaboration is the best way forward. HDR has an excellent opportunity to join our team in the role Water Business Group (WBG) Strategic PursuitsLeader(SPL). In this role you would report to the WBG Global Client Development Director, and are ultimately responsible for implementing overall strategies that facilitate winning top line pursuits and implementing the WBG strategic vision. You are a very strategic-minded individual with the ability to create strong partnerships with our top technical, marketing and operational leadership to position HDR for success. This is an opportunity to make a significant, high-value impact related to our client and business development strategy and agenda. This role will be based in one of HDR's continental US offices and will require regular out of town business travel. Specific_Responsibilities * Support the tactical implementation of the WBG Strategic Plan by advancing our top line pursuits in close partnership with regional, market sector, alternative delivery and professional services leadership * Work collaboratively with client development and market sector leaders to identify, prioritize, and successfully capture top line pursuits * Establish and manage pursuit budgets for cumulative pursuits. * Provide leadership and overall management of proposal efforts for strategic pursuits; translate business development, win strategy concepts and client insights into a coherent proposal strategy and tactical pursuit plan. * Work collaboratively with pursuit leadership teams to drive proposal efforts through storyboarding and message development; prepare non- technical proposal elements, edit and proofread documents with accountability for overall proposal quality. * Plan and facilitate strategic pursuit technical workshops and interviews * Work with the national Creative Services Team to develop pursuit-specific marketing materials * Lead multiple concurrent proposal teams including assembling the pursuit team, leading and facilitating win strategy meetings, directing follow up actions, and producing final submittals * Coach teams for interviews and presentations, both for team dynamics and individual presentation skills development * Participate in client debriefs for proposals won and lost * Train, mentor and develop capacity to execute large pursuits with local staff. * Direct interaction and relationship development with clients, in support of identifying and securing major campaign pursuits * Attend industry conferences to develop and nurture client relationships * Employ and improve HDR s marketing-related tools and resources * Work with the WBG Marketing Services team to manage staff and resource workload to optimize staff utilization * Monitor proposal win rates to guide process improvement initiatives * Ensure quality, budget, and schedule performance of pursuit efforts Required_Qualifications * Bachelor s degree * 15+ years of experience in the consulting industry with a focus on business development leadership * Demonstrated experience successfully leading large pursuit teams * Proven history of winning large, complex projects in the areas of water, wastewater and/or water resources. * Proven success in North America water markets, with strong consideration for experience in the western/southwestern US * Excellent written and verbal communication skills * Proven history of working cooperatively with diverse teams on proposals and presentations, including technical and marketing staff * Ability to travel as required * Committed to quality, improvement, our employee-ownership model and HDR values. Why HDR At HDR, we know work isn t only about who you work for; it s also abou what you do and how you do it. Led by the strength of our values and a culture shaped by employee ownership, we network with each other, build on each other s contributions, and collaborate together to make great things possible. When you join HDR, we give you license to do the same. We help you take charge of your career, giving you multiple growth opportunities along the way. 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USA: We are an Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider all qualified candidates regardless of minority, veteran, disability, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or any other status protected by law. CANADA: We welcome applications from all qualified individuals. AUSTRALIA: We consider all qualified candidates regardless of gender, ethnicity, country of birth, political or religious affiliation, health status, or any other status protected by law. Health and safety is also our priority. For some positions, you may be required to provide drug and alcohol testing, before or during employment, based on our Drug Testing and Drug Free Workplace Policy. If you are required to drive for us, we require a valid driver's license and compliance with our vehicle policy. ()
          

POLL PATROL: Iowa MBB Up To #19 in Polls   

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The topsy-turvy world of the college basketball Top 25 rankings was predictably unpredictable last week, which led to yet more upheaval in the Top 25. Four teams in the Top 10 lost and one team -- Auburn, who had been undefeated on the season -- lost twice. Hell, the #1 ranking in the AP Poll saw another change and last week's #1-ranked team (Gonzaga) didn't lose -- in fact, they didn't even have any close calls, thrashing Santa Clara by 50 points and downing BYU by 23 points. But they still got replaced at the top by Baylor, who became the seventh different team to be ranked #1 this season. The all-time record for a single season is eight different teams ranked #1. 

Meanwhile, what about our beloved Iowa Hawkeyes? Thanks to the upheaval elsewhere in the Top 25 and their two wins last week -- including a win over previous #19 Michigan -- Iowa is on the rise in the polls. They went from just outside the Top 25 to #19 in the new AP Poll and from #24 in the Coaches Poll to #19. 

New AP Top 25 

RANK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Baylor (33) 15-1 1591
2 Gonzaga (31) 20-1 1588
3 Kansas (1) 14-3 1470
4 San Diego State 19-0 1422
5 Florida State 16-2 1335
6 Louisville 15-3 1303
7 Dayton 16-2 1139
8 Duke 15-3 1065
9 Villanova 14-3 1055
10 Seton Hall 14-4 1034
11 Michigan State 14-4 1004
12 Oregon 15-4 886
13 Butler 15-3 867
14 West Virginia 14-3 758
15 Kentucky 13-4 755
16 Auburn 15-2 637
17 Maryland 14-4 525
18 Texas Tech 12-5 399
19 Iowa 13-5 398
20 Memphis 14-3 394
21 Illinois 13-5 280
22 Arizona 13-5 225
23 Colorado 14-4 154
24 Rutgers 14-4 152
25 Houston 14-4 151

As noted earlier, there was a LOT of movement in the Top 25 this week. Iowa's seven-spot rise from (effectively) #26 to #19 was the second-biggest move up of the week, behind only Seton Hall's eight-spot leap from #18 to #10. Dayton (up six spots from #13 to #7), Louisville (up five spots from #11 to #6), Villanova (up five spots from #14 to #9), and Texas Tech (up five spots from #23 to #18) were the other big risers of the week. Auburn was the biggest dropper, tumbling 12 spots from #4 to #16. Butler (down eight spots from #5 to #13), Wichita State (from #16 to unranked), and Michigan (from #19 to unranked) were the other big droppers. In fact, four teams dropped out entirely (Wichita State, Michigan, Ohio State, and Creighton)

Five Big Ten teams are included in the current Top 25. Two of those -- Michigan State at #11 and Maryland at #17 -- were entirely expected, given that they among the favorites to win the Big Ten before the season began. The other three -- Iowa at #19, Illinois at #21, and Rutgers at #24 -- are considerably more unexpected. Imagine telling your six weeks ago self that in mid-January Michigan and Ohio State would be out of the Top 25 entirely and Iowa, Illinois, and Rutgers would be ranked in the Top 25. The Rutgers ranking is particularly noteworthy since it marks the first time that the Scarlet Knights have been ranked in the AP Top 25 since 1979. That was forty-one years ago

New Coaches Poll Top 25

RANK TEAM RECORD PTS
1 Gonzaga (19) 20-1 784
2 Baylor (13) 15-1 780
3 Kansas 14-3 702
4 San Diego State 19-0 699
5 Louisville 15-3 650
6 Florida State 16-2 635
7 Dayton 16-2 569
8 Duke 15-3 526
9 Michigan State 14-4 513
10 Seton Hall 14-4 486
11 Villanova 14-3 475
12 Butler 15-3 431
13 Oregon 15-4 418
14 Kentucky 13-4 385
15 West Virginia 14-3 381
16 Auburn 15-2 344
17 Maryland 14-4 293
18 Texas Tech 12-5 227
19 Iowa 13-5 197
20 Memphis 14-3 158
21 Arizona 13-5 113
t-22 Illinois 13-5 93
t-22 Wichita State 15-3 93
24 Houston 14-4 79
25 Rutgers 14-4 67

There isn't too much difference in the Coaches Poll Top 25, aside from Gonzaga (narrowly) holding onto the top spot ahead of Baylor. Louisville and Florida State also flip spots at #5 and #6 -- behind former Iowa opponent San Diego State at #4. The Aztecs are the only remaining unbeaten team in college basketball after Auburn took their first (and second) L last week. Michigan State and Villanova also have swapped spots at #9 and #11 in the Coaches Poll, which gives the Spartans (and the Big Ten) a presence in the Top 10 in at least one of the polls. Maryland (#17), Iowa (#19), Illinois (#22), and Rutgers (#25) are the other Big Ten squads ranked in the Coaches Poll.

Incidentally, Iowa's next game is a home game on Wednesday against... newly-ranked Rutgers. That's right: Iowa vs Rutgers is going to be a TOP 25 THROWDOWN. Imagine what the odds on that happening were before the season began. This season is absolutely wild


          

WV Lawmakers Invite VA 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Counties to Secede And Join Their State   

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Chris Menahan InformationLiberation Jan. 15, 2020                       West Virginia lawmakers introduced a resolution on Tuesday inviting Virginia’s Second Amendment sanctuary counties to legally secede and “be admitted to the body politic of the State of West Virginia.” House Concurrent Resolution 8 reads: Whereas, Article VI,
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Hospitalist Physician Job job in Wheeling West Virginia (WV) - #hospitalist #hospitalmedicine #academichospitalist #meded #medtwitter   

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p VeloSource has a new locum tenens Hospitalist opportunity in northwest West Virigina. less than an hour from Wheeling and 1.5 hours from Pittsburgh PA. p p nbsp p p - 7a-7p p p - 5-7 ppd p p - 1 week per month p p - No procedures p p nbsp p p Contact VeloSource to discuss this job or any of Locum
          

Internal Medicine Physician Job job in West Virginia (WV) - #internalmedicine #im #improud #twitternist #impocus #pocus #pcp    

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Radiologist Physician Job job in West Virginia (WV) - #Radiologist #foamrad #PhysicianJobs #Physician #DoctorJobs #MDJobSite   

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Hospitalist Physician Job job in Northwest Virginia – 1.5 hours from Richmond/Roanoke – 2.5 hours from D.C. Virginia (VA) - #hospitalist #hospitalmedicine #academichospitalist #meded #medtwitter   

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Internal Medicine Physician Job job in Northeast Region West Virginia (WV) - #internalmedicine #im #improud #twitternist #impocus #pocus #pcp    

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Hospitalist - Neurology Physician Job job in Morgantown West Virginia (WV) - #hospitalist #hospitalmedicine #academichospitalist #meded #medtwitter   

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Urgent Care Physician Job job in Ohio (OH) - #UrgentCare #PhysicianJobs #Physician #DoctorJobs #MDJobSite   

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West Virginia lawmaker invites NRA to re-locate   

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The following article, West Virginia lawmaker invites NRA to re-locate, was first published on Conservative Firing Line.

A West Virginia state senator has invited the embattled National Rifle Association to relocate to his state in the aftermath of this week’s massive gun rights rally in Richmond, which one Virginia politician said had terrorized the city. According to the Associated Press, Republican West Virginia State Sen. Randy Smith wrote to the NRA with […]

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“The Political Perfect Storm” -- Sunday Political Brunch -- January 19, 2020   

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CHARLESTON, W. Va. – I loved the movie, “The Perfect Storm!” It’s the confluence of Murphy’s Law in which if things can go bad, they will go bad. And when you have a whole bunch of things potentially going south at once, all bets are off. Between the impeachment, the Iowa Caucuses, and the general running of the country, the whole shebang could be on a collision course. Let’s “brunch” on that this week.

“Timing is Everything” – No matter how this impeachment process ends, I think there will always be questions about the timing of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The impeachment articles were approved weeks ago on December 18, yet it is only just now that they were delivered to the Senate for trial on January 15, and you get the feeling she wanted to wait even longer. One of the key cornerstones of politics is momentum. In other words, “If you catch a wave, ride the wave fast for as long as you can!” If you mistime it, you miss the wave! Some Democrats have told me privately that they think Pelosi dropped the ball on this for weeks, and that she’s now in a position of weakness, not strength.

“Elements of the Storm” – Here’s the dilemma now. You have an impeachment trial about to begin, with no finite ending. You have a primary season about to begin, with finite deadlines in Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada, and South Carolina right off the bat. Then you have the sudden swing of unexpected events, such as the drone attack on Iranian General Soleimani. In football, you protect the ball, when you have the ball. Speaker Pelosi had weeks to control the ball, but now possession has shifted to the Senate, Trump, her fellow Democrats running for president, and the unpredictability of world and national events. Her influence may have peaked, and waned. We’ll see.

“The Primary Problem” – While you have candidates who legitimately want to beat Trump at the ballot box (and they have a chance), have some of them now been “handcuffed?” Senators Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, and Amy Klobuchar will have to be Senate jurors in Trump’s trail. They can’t be hobnobbing in Iowa and New Hampshire, and beyond for a few weeks (except maybe a quick weekend trip). But you can see where this gives a tremendous advantage to former Vice President Joe Biden, and former South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg. Retail politics in Iowa and New Hampshire are essential, and these are the only two who can do it full-time.

“Women’s’ March” – There will be another women’s march in Washington, DC, this weekend, which should get significant coverage on Saturday and Sunday, as it has since Trump was elected. It’s very colorful, but it’s also brief. Movements such as this only succeed if people do more than just vent. You need to field a slate of candidates at the local, state, and national level who will run with passion for the cause. This could be empowering for anti-Trump forces (as it was in the 2018 midterms), but it remains to be seen if they can generate significant momentum from this since they are competing with the above-mentioned events for attention.

“USA v. The Enemy” – One of the things that will soon rear its head in this campaign is patriotism (real or perceived). Look, President Trump took what he calls a defensive and aggressive strike against Iranian General Soleimani, and Soleimani is now dead. The fact that Trump threatened to target 52 Iranian sites if there was retaliation should not fall on deaf ears. In 1979 there were 52 Americans who were taken hostage at the U.S. Embassy in Teheran, and many Americans are still angry and resentful. For Trump to pick the number 52 is no coincidence. He claims not to be a professional politician, but this is a masterful political play, right out of Ronald Reagan’s playbook. Don’t underestimate the strategic side of Trump.

“The Jurors Speak” – This week I had the opportunity to speak with Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R) West Virginia, who was sworn-in as one of the Senate jurors. She said, “You know most people have already made up their mind here, I think, not Senators so much, but general public. But I think they expect me to do what my constitutional duty is, which is to sit in my chair, be quiet and listen and pay close to the evidence on both sides and then make an informed decision and that’s what I plan to do.” Both of Capito’s Democratic opponents in this year’s re-election bid want President Trump removed from office.

What are your thoughts on the impeachment trial? Just click the comment button and let us know!

Mark Curtis, Ed.D., is Chief Political Reporter for the five Nexstar Media TV Stations serving West Virginia, its five neighboring states and most of the Washington, D.C. media market. He is a National Political Contributing Writer for “The White House Patch” at www.Patch.com.

© 2020, MarkCurtisMedia, LLC.

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Truck Driver   

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The City of Morgantown is seeking candidates for a Truck Driver position at the City Garage.  The position works under the supervision of the Street Superintendent and the Public Works Director and at times under the supervision of an Equipment Operator and is reviewed for compliance with established procedures while working, and through review after task completion: may supervise other truck drivers, skilled laborers and laborers along with performing tasks required to maintain and repair asphalt and concrete surfaces, clean road ditches and sidewalks of debris, and clean roadways of snow and ice during winter months. May perform duties requiring some minimum skill in carpentry, masonry, pipe laying, and other learned traits; operates dump trucks and snowplows spreader trucks requiring a CDL.  Must have and maintain a satisfactory Class A CDL with Tanker endorsement.  Position is Non-exempt and pays $18.62 per hour.


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS/EDUCATION:

  1. High school education or equivalent.
  2. Requires the ability to understand and act on oral and written instructions.
  3. Requires one year of general construction experience.
  4. Requires possession of a valid State of West Virginia Class A CDL driver's license with Tanker endorsement.
  5. Requires the ability to lift, unaided, objects weighing as much as fifty-one (51) pounds.
  6. Requires knowledge of safe construction and work standards.

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Requires the ability to work without supervision, read and understand building plans and blueprints, operate light duty equipment such as payloaders, tractors, etc.

  1. Some training and First Aid, CPR, and safe driving.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/EQUIPMENT USED:

  1. Performs various manual labor tasks required to maintain and repair city streets (i.e. shoveling materials, loading/unloading trucks, and operating handheld power tools and equipment).

 

  1. Responsible for operating dump trucks used for hauling bulk materials as well as various other trucks and attachments, including a bucket truck, as needed and assigned by an Equipment Operator, Public Works Superintendent and the Public Works Director or any other assigned supervisor.

  1. Operates light equipment such as farm or lawn tractors, flusher truck, street sweeper, dump truck, dump truck with snow plow/aggregate spreader, three (3) ton roller (or larger), truck and trailer mounted generators, compressors, etc., rubber tire front end loaders, gas powered asphalt roller, chainsaw, forklift, manual rollers, tamper, shovel, pick, light-duty trucks, and other equipment smaller than three (3) tons.

  1. Cleans street ditches, culverts, sidewalks, and curbs of leaves, garbage, trees, tree limbs, and other debris. Shoveling, using a leaf blower, rake and broom.

  1. Works to treat city streets for snow and ice using both snow and ice removal equipment and hand- held tools.

  1. Cleans equipment and tools used during the workday.

  1. Promotes an image of professional, courteous service as a representative of the City of Morgantown. Employee encounters occasional contact with other departments and general public.

  1. Maintains paperwork, as needed and assigned by the Street Superintendent and the Public Works Director, describing materials, equipment, and personnel used during the day.

  1. Performs duties as assigned by Public Works Director or Street Superintendent orally or in writing in a timely fashion.

  1. All training suggested and provided by supervisor will be attended. A positive attitude and class environment shall be maintained whether in the classroom or on a jobsite.

  1. Wears all PPE required and follows all safety policies. May be required to keep records and work logs.
  1. May encounter “camps” and trash containing sharps/needles. Appropriate response will be required. Training will be provided.

 

WORKING CONDITIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

Employee spends a majority of work shift using equipment and performing tasks requiring repeated bending, crouching, stooping, stretching, or crawling. Occasional activities require working from elevated workspaces. Daily operations require unaided lifting of objects weighing as much as fifty-one (51) pounds.

Employee spends most of the work shift outdoors or in a truck. Daily conditions encountered include odors, fumes, dust, dirt, noise and vibration. Other conditions vary with precipitation and seasonal changes.

Interested applicants are asked to submit a resume to Human.resources@morgantownwv.gov by 5 p.m. on February 3, 2020 for consideration. The City of Morgantown is an EOE.



          

Natural Gas Compressor Field Service Technician - Estis Compression - Bethany, WV   

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Industry-leading Estis, rents natural gas compressors up to 800 HP in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, West Virginia,… $65,000 - $85,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 31 Dec 2019 16:32:38 GMT - View all Bethany, WV jobs
          

Natural Gas Compressor Field Service Technician - Estis Compression - Wheeling, WV   

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Industry-leading Estis, rents natural gas compressors up to 800 HP in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, West Virginia,… $65,000 - $85,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 31 Dec 2019 16:27:19 GMT - View all Wheeling, WV jobs
          

Natural Gas Compressor Field Service Technician - Estis Compression - Triadelphia, WV   

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Industry-leading Estis, rents natural gas compressors up to 800 HP in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, West Virginia,… $65,000 - $85,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 31 Dec 2019 16:33:14 GMT - View all Triadelphia, WV jobs
          

Natural Gas Compressor Field Service Technician - Estis Compression - Moundsville, WV   

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Industry-leading Estis, rents natural gas compressors up to 800 HP in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, West Virginia,… $65,000 - $85,000 a year
From Indeed - Tue, 31 Dec 2019 16:33:39 GMT - View all Moundsville, WV jobs
          

Hollingsworth leads W. Kentucky over Marshall 64-60 - San Antonio Express-News   

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  1. Hollingsworth leads W. Kentucky over Marshall 64-60  San Antonio Express-News
  2. Marshall welcomes Hilltoppers as it tries to reach .500 mark - WV MetroNews  West Virginia MetroNews
  3. Hilltoppers come from behind to defeat Marshall 64-60  WBKO
  4. View full coverage on Google News

          

Full Time Veterinarian | Ark Animal Clinic PLLC   

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Hedgesville, West Virginia, Busy, growing 3 doctor practice looking for an associate, would like someone with interest in surgery, but not necessary. We offer an experienced hard working staff.  State of the art  facility with
          

Charlotte Talks: The Atlantic Coast Pipeline   

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Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020 The Atlantic Coast Pipeline is a proposed 600-mile natural gas pipeline from West Virginia to North Carolina. Supporters consider it an economic boon, while opponents consider it an environmental disaster.
          

Amid election security concerns, states should look to blockchain   

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The Iowa primary is just around the corner, and concerns of election interference from the last presidential election still loom. Back in 2016, The Associated Press found that a majority of U.S. elections systems still use Windows 7 as an operating system, making them highly susceptible to bugs and errors. And last year, a Mississippi voter tried multiple times to vote for the candidate of his choice, but the system continuously switched his vote to the other candidate. It's pretty clear: America's voting systems desperately need an update.

That's where blockchain voting comes in.

Blockchain voting is a record-keeping system that's 100% verifiable and nearly impossible to hack. Blockchain, the newest innovation in cybersecurity, is set to grow into a $20 billion industry by 2025. Its genius is in its decentralized nature, distributing information throughout a network of computers, requiring would-be hackers to infiltrate a much larger system. Infiltrating multiple access points spread across many computers requires a significant amount of computing power, which often costs more than hackers expect to get in return.

Blockchain voting wouldn't allow for many weak spots. For instance, Voatz, arguably the leading mobile voting platform, requires a person to take a picture of their government-issued ID and a picture of themselves before voting (a feature, of course, not present in vote-by-mail, where the only form of identity verification is a handwritten signature, which is easily forgeable). Voters select their choices and hit submit. They then receive an immediate receipt of their choices via email, another security feature not present in vote-by-mail, or even in-person voting. And because the system operates on blockchain technology, it's nearly impossible to tamper with.

Votes are then tabulated, and the election results are published, providing a paper trail, which is a top priority for elections security experts.

The benefits of blockchain voting can't be dismissed. Folks can cast their vote from the comfort of their homes, offices, etc., vastly increasing the number of people who can participate in the electoral process. Two to three-hour lines at polling places, which often deter voters, would become significantly diminished.

Even outside of the voting increase, the upsides are manifold. Thanks to the photo identification requirements, voter fraud—whether real or merely suspected—would be eliminated. The environment would win, too, since we'd no longer be wasting paper on mail-in ballots. Moreover, the financial burden on election offices would be alleviated, because there's decreased staff time spent on the election, saving the taxpayer money.

From Oregon to West Virginia, elections offices have already implemented blockchain voting, and the results have been highly positive. For example, the city of Denver utilized mobile voting for overseas voters in their 2019 municipal elections. The system was secure and free of technical errors, and participants reported that it was very user-friendly. Utah County used the same system for their 2019 primary and general elections. An independent audit revealed that every vote that was cast on the app was counted and counted correctly. These successful test cases are laying the groundwork for even larger expansions of the program in 2020.

With this vital switch, our elections become significantly more secure, accurate, and efficient. But right now, our election infrastructure is a sitting duck for manipulation. Our current lack of election integrity undermines the results of both local and national elections, fans the flames of partisanship, and zaps voter confidence in the democratic system. While there's never a silver bullet or quick fix to those kinds of things, blockchain voting would push us much closer to a solution than anything else.


          

Let's Stick To Reality, Shall We?   

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From Comments:
"If these counties decided to secede from Virginia and align themselves with West Virginia. How would/could that be accomplished? How do you dissolve the association from one state to join another? The only recent succession movement that I can think of talked about just leaving a state not join with another. I think that the ramifications of that would be enormous. There are so many places in the country that this could happen."
This is in response to reports of the recent Modest Proposal from W VA to relieve the suffering of VA by letting the disaffected counties of VA to move over to their side of the border. It was touching, sweet, satirical in the extreme, and retarded impossible in the real world. How sad for anyone who didn't pick up on the joke, which was anything but subtle.

Look kids, I'm sorry if your civics education and/or attention span in it were lacking somehow, but the how under which this occurs is pretty straightforward, and it's not hard to suss out.

Allow me to point it out.

(Art IV, §3, U.S. Constitution)"...no new states shall be formed or erected within the jurisdiction of any other state; nor any state be formed by the junction of two or more states, or parts of states, without the consent of the legislatures of the states concerned as well as of the Congress."
And yes, budding Clarence Darrows, the article refers to new states, but if you think Congress and SCOTUS won't look to that exact section for explicit guidance on poaching the territory of 90% of one state and incorporating it into another, I've got a bridge for sale, cheap.

So, all you'd need for VA counties to move the border would be the consent of the VA legislature and governor, and their supreme court, and the consent of the W VA legislature and governor, and their supreme court, followed by the assent of the US Congress, POTUS, and SCOTUS.

In other words, you haven't got a fucking snowball's chance in Hell of this ever happening, even if you got all of the above high as a kite on a cocktail of controlled substances, used torture and thumbscrews, and threatened their families with execution in front of them.

It's never going to happen, never could, and never will.*
 
So in Reality, there are no places in the country this could happen.
 
Sorry to have to be Captain Obvious here, but for your own self-respect, please recognize when you're being played for rubes for falling for this kind of hogwash, and laugh it off, but FFS, stop acting like it's a real thing. You just make yourselves look foolish and stupid for biting on it, and it always takes longer to explain how recockulous it is than it would have taken for you to figure this out for yourself.
 
W VA made a totally facetious offer, and it was a nice gesture, but neither state, in fact no state, let alone the federal government, is going to sit still for it. Just for one point, VA stands to lose between 6 and 11 electoral votes, and their congressional delegation would shrink to the size of Rhode Island or Alaska. So that loses you the entire government of Virginia, and half the Congress, right off the bat. In an election year, or any other one. And 47 (at least) other states would side with VA, the minute they realized this opportunity was potentially able to be visited upon them. Game. Set. Match.
 
You want to talk serious business?
Look at the District of Corruption. As originally envisioned, VA and MD would each give up some turf. But Virginia crawfished on the deal, and never coughed up their half of the bargain. If the territory originally slated was made D.C., as it's overwhelmingly populated by D.C. refugees and government workers flooding the contiguous counties, who vote [D] in droves, you'd flip VA right-side up again.
 
QED
 
And all you'd need to do that would be the concurrence of the VA voters, legislature, governor, and supreme court, to gift the never-donated territory to the District of Columbia.
 
Oh, waitaminute, those are the exact same people you've already lost the state to, right?
So maybe let's not wear toilet paper bibs to catch all the shit coming out of people's mouths about this ever happening. Let's just chalk it up to "You had too much to drink, and fell on your head" and we'll say no more of it tomorrow, after you sober up. Have an ice pack and some Tylenol, m'kay?

It's okay when politics makes comedy, but let's not make comedy into politics.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
*(Short of an actual shooting Civil War, which was how you got W VA in the first place. And if you've got one of those, divvying up which counties belong to which state is kind of pointless. Unless you actually win. Which, once again, is how you got W VA as a state the first time. As Casey Stengel used to say, "You could look it up.")
 
 
 


          

Cynics Are Wrong. The Impeachment Trial Matters.   

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Cynics Are Wrong. The Impeachment Trial Matters.(Bloomberg Opinion) -- U.S. Representative Adam Schiff began the House impeachment managers’ case for the conviction of President Donald Trump with a masterful opening statement in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.In a bit over two hours — especially impressive after a session that ended well after midnight on Tuesday — Schiff did an excellent job of weaving together the basic facts of Trump’s attempt to pressure a foreign government to help his 2020 re-election campaign, and to explain why it should persuade senators to remove the president from office. He effectively used video clips from House impeachment hearings to make the argument more vivid. And he included just enough poetry to drive home the importance of the president’s actions and the Senate’s choices.As he summed up the first article of impeachment, charging Trump with pressuring Ukraine to launch a criminal investigation of a leading Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, Schiff, who is chair of the House Intelligence Committee, talked not about Trump but about Russian President Vladimir Putin, and about the differences between Putinist autocracy and U.S. democracy. It was a powerful framework for thinking about why Trump’s actions should not be excused or ignored.I can hear a lot of cynics, however, humming their chorus. It doesn’t matter, the lyrics go; everyone has made up their partisan minds. And it’s almost certainly true that a somewhat better or somewhat worse presentation from either side isn’t going to make the difference between whether Trump will be acquitted — the almost certain result at this point — or convicted and removed. Indeed, there’s evidence that a lot of Republican senators aren’t bothering to pay attention.And ...Nevertheless, don’t believe the cynics.For one thing, it is certainly possible that a few of the less-zealous partisans in the Senate — Republicans such as Tennessee’s Lamar Alexander, Maine’s Susan Collins, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski and Utah’s Mitt Romney, and Democrats including West Virginia’s Joe Manchin, Alabama’s Doug Jones, and Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema — could change their votes on procedural matters and even possibly their final votes based in part on what they hear during the trial. And, for that matter, on how the trial presentations are covered by the press. Trial oratory wouldn't be the only factor, or even a major factor, but could it matter at the margins? Sure.But that’s only the beginning. The Senate trial is receiving tons of media coverage. It’s going to affect how the people paying attention, including reporters and editors, think about impeachment and about Trump. It could have effects on Trump’s approval ratings, which in turn could make it easier or harder to get things done. It might even, at the margins, have small effects on the 2020 elections. It could have effects, too, on Trump’s professional reputation, which also could make it easier or harder for him to convince people to go along with things he wants. There are also a lot of specific precedents that will be set about how Senate impeachment trials work in the future. This trial, whatever the verdict, will either raise or lower the bar for what a future House of Representatives might do, and how a future Senate is likely to act. What happens in the trial will also affect the course of the presidency. Will future presidents take the threat of impeachment seriously? Or will they think of it as a small annoyance that isn’t worth avoiding? Will they feel secure in resisting what has been up to now routine congressional oversight, or will they accept that bargaining with Congress is part of the rules of the game? Will they feel emboldened to ignore the law when it comes to appropriations, or will they accept that spending law is binding? All presidents take domestic politics into account in foreign affairs, and rightly so, but will future presidents remember this episode and feel licensed to conduct foreign affairs for their own narrow personal interest — or will they remember this episode and exercise caution?Or, to put it more or less as Schiff did: Will the U.S. wind up a stronger democracy after this trial — or a lesser one?The answer to all those questions depends in part on how the public comes to understand what happened in 2019-2020. And that understanding will be, in part, created by what happens in the Senate right now, how it is reported, and how the citizenry reacts to it. The public assessment will be affected by the performances of the House managers and the president’s lawyers. So yes, the cynics are surely correct that senators aren’t likely to be persuaded by Schiff, his colleagues or his trial adversaries when they finally vote on removing the president. But that doesn’t mean that the conduct of the trial won’t affect the rest of Trump’s administration and the future of U.S. democracy. To contact the author of this story: Jonathan Bernstein at jbernstein62@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Jonathan Landman at jlandman4@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.Jonathan Bernstein is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering politics and policy. He taught political science at the University of Texas at San Antonio and DePauw University and wrote A Plain Blog About Politics.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.



          

Cynics Are Wrong. The Impeachment Trial Matters.   

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Cynics Are Wrong. The Impeachment Trial Matters.(Bloomberg Opinion) -- U.S. Representative Adam Schiff began the House impeachment managers’ case for the conviction of President Donald Trump with a masterful opening statement in the U.S. Senate on Wednesday.In a bit over two hours — especially impressive after a session that ended well after midnight on Tuesday — Schiff did an excellent job of weaving together the basic facts of Trump’s attempt to pressure a foreign government to help his 2020 re-election campaign, and to explain why it should persuade senators to remove the president from office. He effectively used video clips from House impeachment hearings to make the argument more vivid. And he included just enough poetry to drive home the importance of the president’s actions and the Senate’s choices.As he summed up the first article of impeachment, charging Trump with pressuring Ukraine to launch a criminal investigation of a leading Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, Schiff, who is chair of the House Intelligence Committee, talked not about Trump but about Russian President Vladimir Putin, and about the differences between Putinist autocracy and U.S. democracy. It was a powerful framework for thinking about why Trump’s actions should not be excused or ignored.I can hear a lot of cynics, however, humming their chorus. It doesn’t matter, the lyrics go; everyone has made up their partisan minds. And it’s almost certainly true that a somewhat better or somewhat worse presentation from either side isn’t going to make the difference between whether Trump will be acquitted — the almost certain result at this point — or convicted and removed. Indeed, there’s evidence that a lot of Republican senators aren’t bothering to pay attention.And ...Nevertheless, don’t believe the cynics.For one thing, it is certainly possible that a few of the less-zealous partisans in the Senate — Republicans such as Tennessee’s Lamar Alexander, Maine’s Susan Collins, Alaska’s Lisa Murkowski and Utah’s Mitt Romney, and Democrats including West Virginia’s Joe Manchin, Alabama’s Doug Jones, and Arizona’s Kyrsten Sinema — could change their votes on procedural matters and even possibly their final votes based in part on what they hear during the trial. And, for that matter, on how the trial presentations are covered by the press. Trial oratory wouldn't be the only factor, or even a major factor, but could it matter at the margins? Sure.But that’s only the beginning. The Senate trial is receiving tons of media coverage. It’s going to affect how the people paying attention, including reporters and editors, think about impeachment and about Trump. It could have effects on Trump’s approval ratings, which in turn could make it easier or harder to get things done. It might even, at the margins, have small effects on the 2020 elections. It could have effects, too, on Trump’s professional reputation, which also could make it easier or harder for him to convince people to go along with things he wants. There are also a lot of specific precedents that will be set about how Senate impeachment trials work in the future. This trial, whatever the verdict, will either raise or lower the bar for what a future House of Representatives might do, and how a future Senate is likely to act. What happens in the trial will also affect the course of the presidency. Will future presidents take the threat of impeachment seriously? Or will they think of it as a small annoyance that isn’t worth avoiding? Will they feel secure in resisting what has been up to now routine congressional oversight, or will they accept that bargaining with Congress is part of the rules of the game? Will they feel emboldened to ignore the law when it comes to appropriations, or will they accept that spending law is binding? All presidents take domestic politics into account in foreign affairs, and rightly so, but will future presidents remember this episode and feel licensed to conduct foreign affairs for their own narrow personal interest — or will they remember this episode and exercise caution?Or, to put it more or less as Schiff did: Will the U.S. wind up a stronger democracy after this trial — or a lesser one?The answer to all those questions depends in part on how the public comes to understand what happened in 2019-2020. And that understanding will be, in part, created by what happens in the Senate right now, how it is reported, and how the citizenry reacts to it. The public assessment will be affected by the performances of the House managers and the president’s lawyers. So yes, the cynics are surely correct that senators aren’t likely to be persuaded by Schiff, his colleagues or his trial adversaries when they finally vote on removing the president. But that doesn’t mean that the conduct of the trial won’t affect the rest of Trump’s administration and the future of U.S. democracy. To contact the author of this story: Jonathan Bernstein at jbernstein62@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Jonathan Landman at jlandman4@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of Bloomberg LP and its owners.Jonathan Bernstein is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering politics and policy. He taught political science at the University of Texas at San Antonio and DePauw University and wrote A Plain Blog About Politics.For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com/opinionSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.



          

Full Time Veterinarian | Ark Animal Clinic PLLC   

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Hedgesville, West Virginia, Busy, growing 3 doctor practice looking for an associate, would like someone with interest in surgery, but not necessary. We offer an experienced hard working staff.  State of the art  facility with
          

Veterinarian | Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital   

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Henderson, West Virginia, Kirkpatrick Animal Hospital is seeking a full time veterinarian. We are a mixed animal practice that strives to provide quality care to clients and their pets along with the variety of large
          

Bjjr69 - male - West Virginia, United States   

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I’m 52 yrs old single dad of beautiful 14 year old daughter. I’m funny, caring and laid back. Enjoy life and sports
          

Not Maintaining Trees Can Be Dangerous or Fatal   

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West Virginia is the 3’rd most forested state in the US.  This means we have beautiful vistas at every turn, but it also means many trees have aged to the point of dying.  When dead or dying trees are located in a populated area, the potential arises for property damage, or injury.  This video from a Boston […]
          

Lead Structural Heart Tech - West Virginia University Hospital - Morgantown, WV   

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Cardiac Cath schedule with College Coordinator,. Responsibility for the professional development and mentoring of the Cardiac Cath Technologist.
From Camden Clark Medical Center - Tue, 31 Dec 2019 21:54:41 GMT - View all Morgantown, WV jobs
          

National institute partners with Marshall, Dept. of Education to gauge quality of state’s early learning programming   

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Researchers from the National Institute for Early Education Research (NIEER) have partnered with the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE) and Marshall University’s College of Education and Professional Development to conduct a multi-year study to determine the long-term impact of high-quality early learning programming on later student achievement. Nearly 800 children from seven West Virginia […]
          

West Virginia Pediatric Surgery Opening 180621 | Pinnacle Health Group   

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West Virginia, Join one of the best health care providers and teaching hospital in the state Pediatric Surgery * Employed Position * Base salary of $550,000 * $75K sign-on bonus * Potential performance b
          

Texas two-stomp: Mountaineers crush Horns in historic beatdown - WV MetroNews - West Virginia MetroNews   

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Texas two-stomp: Mountaineers crush Horns in historic beatdown - WV MetroNews  West Virginia MetroNews
          

WVU Medicine to Take Ownership Of Wetzel County Hospital   

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NEW MARTINSVILLE - Wetzel County Hospital has signed a letter of intent to join the West Virginia University Health System.
          

OTR Truck Drivers Class A CDL - CR England - West Virginia   

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Over-The-Road (OTR) truck driving is the life blood of America and keeps the economy moving. As an OTR truck driver, you’ll be paid to explore the beautiful…
From C.R. England - Sat, 08 Dec 2018 11:56:47 GMT - View all West Virginia jobs
          

A Good Black Guy With A (Machine) Gun   

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Click here to view original web page at www.shotinthedark.infoAn African-American sailor who received the Navy Cross for his actions during the Pearl Harbor attack is getting what may be, in recent years, the ultimate honor – getting an aircraft carrier named after him. Dorie Miller was a Mess Attendant Third Class – which, along with cook and wardroom steward (basically a butler for a ship’s officers) was one of very few trades open to black silors – from Waco Texas. During the attack, he was stationed aboard the battleship West Virginia, and helped haul the mortally-wounded captain to safety, and helped injured sailors move out of danger – and entered legend by taking control of an anti-aircraft gun on which he’d never been trained. Miller’s earned the Navy Cross for his actions. One could say that decoration was in part due to political pressure in the States pushing against a […]
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