Month: November 2016

Donors honor dean with latest gift – The Dominion Post

Created on: Sunday,November 27 2:50 PM Last modified: Sunday,November 27 2:50 PM Donors honor dean with latest gift Submitted to The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN — Two longtime supporters of WVU have found another way to honor the institution that has given so much to them, while surprising one of its deans in the process. Glen [Continue]

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WVU disputes new hospital rumors – The Dominion Post

Created on: Saturday,November 26 10:55 PM Last modified: Sunday,November 27 7:21 AM WVU disputes new hospital rumors BEN CONLEY The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN — A member of the Monongalia County Commission said he’s been told that a new WVU children’s hospital will be among the new developments coming to land being prepared across Interstate 79 [Continue]

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Wreaths Across America to honor vets – The Dominion Post

MORGANTOWN — Wreaths Across America aims to honor veterans at Grafton’s West Virginia National Cemetery in a few new ways this December. Every Dec. 17, fallen military service men and women — and the families they left behind — are honored at thousands of cemeteries nationwide on Wreaths Across America Day. This year, program organizers [Continue]

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Police offer ride-sharing safety tips – The Dominion Post

MORGANTOWN — Transportation network companies, like Uber and Lyft, can be an economic and safety asset to a community. Some studies report that these ride-sharing companies cut down on DUI arrests and drunk-driving fatalities. However, the Morgantown Police Department says it’s important for customers to use them the right way. “We encourage people to take [Continue]

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Facebook sponsors awards at Film Bazaar | Goa NYOOOZ – NYOOOZ

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Summary: PANAJI: Social networking site Facebook made a surprise contribution at the NFDC film bazaar 2016 awards on Thursday by announcing awards for two of the films presented at the four-day long event in Goa.Kabir Mehta’s ‘Buddha.Gram’ and Kanwal Sethi’s ‘Once Again’ won the Facebook credits award at the Film Bazaar . With this award, [Continue]

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Bids out for Ag Sciences demolition – The Dominion Post

Created on: Friday,November 25 4:51 PM Last modified: Friday,November 25 4:51 PM Bids out for Ag Sciences demolition The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN — WVU is seeking a contractor to demolish the old Agricultural Science Building on the Evansdale Campus. Recently, WVU released a request for bids for the project. A new $104 million Agricultural Sciences [Continue]

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WVU Band marches in New York City – The Dominion Post

Created on: Thursday,November 24 10:43 PM Last modified: Thursday,November 24 10:42 PM WVU Band marches in New York City Submitted to The Dominion Post MORGANTOWN — WVU’s Mountaineer Marching Band was the only collegiate ensemble among 10 bands chosen to march in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 24. About 3.5 million spectators and [Continue]

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Concerns raised on new power plant – The Dominion Post

MORGANTOWN — A recent filing by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has raised concerns from a coalition of local stakeholders. The filing in question pertains to a proposal to place a hydroelectric power plant on the Morgantown Lock and Dam. This project has been in the works since 2012. As part of the licensing [Continue]

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WVU wrestling team signs five recruits – The Dominion Post

MORGANTOWN — The WVU wrestling team will add five newcomers to the squad in 2017, as coach Sammie Henson officially announced his recruiting class Nov. 23. Noah Adams (Coal City/Independence), Nick Kiussis (Brunswick, Ohio/ Brunswick), Brenden McRill (Davison, Mich./ Davison), Sean Mullican (Myersville, Md./Middletown) and Luke Sorboro (Rootstown, Ohio/Rootstown) signed National Letters of Intent. “We [Continue]

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