Justice was supposed to deliver the speech more than two weeks ago, until he tested positive for the coronavirus.
On this West Virginia Morning, Gov. Jim Justice delivered his 2022 State of the State address Thursday night. The governor was forced to postpone his address earlier this month after testing positive for COVID-19.
Punk Rockers, Urban Farmers And More - How Appalachians Are Finding Creative Solutions To Big ProblemsThis week’s episode of Inside Appalachia is packed with stories from across central Appalachia, featuring creative people who are finding ways to address a wide-range of problems. We’ll hear how urban farmers in Pittsburgh are helping fight food insecurity, and how two musicians in North Carolina are finding help for people in addiction.
Senate Bill 262 would give the state treasurer the power to terminate contracts with financial institutions that avoid investments in coal, oil and gas.
Our Song of the Week comes from blues singer and songwriter Delbert McClinton, with his bluesy masterpiece “Livin’ It Down.”
- Listen: Richard Thompson has our Song of the Week from his Mountain Stage performance in 2001
- Listen: Looking Back To The Year 2001 For Our Song of the Week
- WATCH LIVE: Mountain Stage with Kathy Mattea featuring Josh Ritter, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors, and more
- Listen: Ani DiFranco Has The Mountain Stage Song Of The Week From The Best Of 2021-Part Two
Appalachia Is Facing An Unprecedented Teacher Shortage—What Some Coal Communities Are Doing To Entice More Teachers To Stay
Schools are facing unprecedented staff shortages – here in Appalachia and across the country. In this week’s episode of Inside Appalachia, we’ll hear what teachers and schools are up against, and what solutions could help keep more educators from burning out.
Gayle Manchin tours Coalfield Developments' West Edge Factory and receives updates on grant funded projects.
The bill establishes a mining mutual insurance company. The company would sell bonds for mine reclamation and serve as a backstop to the existing Special Reclamation Fund.
The West Virginia House of Delegates will honor former Speaker Robert Kiss Thursday night before Gov. Jim Justice delivers his State of the State address.
There are now more West Virginians in the hospital with COVID-19 than ever before. That accounts for 1,043 hospitalizations as of Wednesday.
Tech companies looking for cheap labor are finding it in West Virginia. A Huntington-based company called CentralApp is helping to make the connections. The company offers training and even job placement for West Virginians looking for new opportunities and work.
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WVPB's Above And Beyond award rewards excellence and creativity in teaching
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