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  • Time to streamline the Endangered Species Act now
    par Opinion, The Dominion Post le 19/04/2021 à 3:02

    In a comeback story for the ages, the U.S. bald eagle population in the lower 48 states has quadrupled in the last 12 years. At its most endangered point in 1963, there were only 417 known nesting pairs of bald eagles in the very country that chose the eagle as its national symbol. Now there The […]

  • College sports ‘arms race’ out of control
    par Syndicated Columnist le 19/04/2021 à 3:01

    by Tom McMillen and Brit Kirwan An unsustainable spending “arms race” is occurring among the 130 colleges that belong to the NCAA’s Football Bowl Subdivision. It is compromising their integrity and is often at odds with their academic missions. Because of booster and fan pressure […]

  • Dear Sen. Manchin, Congress must prioritize clean tap water
    par Syndicated Columnist le 19/04/2021 à 3:00

    by  Will Coggin Keystone, W.Va., has not had safe drinking water for eight years. Over those eight years, there were times when Keystone had no water at all. The taps were dry. In one instance, the residents of Keystone went more than two weeks without being able to shower or wash their […]

  • W.Va. true crime podcast covers mysterious deaths of two Pocahontas County men
    par Submitted to The Dominion Post le 18/04/2021 à 10:19

    MORGANTOWN — West Virginia-based production company Veritas Underground Media launched the first episode of the true crime podcast “Buried, Not Forgotten,” Wednesday, about the mysterious deaths of Walter Smith and Peter Hauer. In 1975, Smith never returned from a bike ride from […]

  • WVU Medicine talks transplants, raises awareness during National Donate Life Month
    par Submitted to The Dominion Post le 18/04/2021 à 10:14

    MORGANTOWN — WVU Medicine joins the Center for Organ Recovery and Education to raise awareness about organ, tissue, and cornea donation and to inspire everyone to register to be an organ donor during National Donate Life Month. According to CORE, close to 100,000 people in the United States […]

  • Mon Health hospitals to raise flags in recognition of National Donate Life Month
    par Submitted to The Dominion Post le 18/04/2021 à 10:08

    MORGANTOWN — April is National Donate Life Month, a time to applaud the generosity of those who have saved lives by becoming organ, eye, tissue, marrow and blood donors. It is a time to thank the families who have decided to donate. It is also an opportunity to encourage more to follow their […]

  • UPS driver retires after 44 years of service
    par Gabriella Brown, The Dominion Post le 18/04/2021 à 9:41

    MORGANTOWN —After more than four decades as a United Parcel Service driver, Tom Howes is heading into retirement, but his dedication will not be forgotten. “I feel like a football coach that’s losing their all-star quarterback,” said Tryston Kessler, Tom’s supervisor. […]

  • Why are species different?
    par For The Dominion Post le 18/04/2021 à 7:23

    We humans are all part of the same species: Homo sapiens. A species is defined as the largest group of individuals that can produce fertile offspring.  When the parents are the same species, the order of the traits in the decks are the same, meaning in this example, eye color will be the first […]

  • Add a Little ‘Pop’
    par For The Dominion Post le 18/04/2021 à 7:08

    By Aldona   With Mother’s Day, graduations and other events coming up, it’s the perfect time to make greeting cards.  Grab some pretty paper and your art supplies of choice and create one-of-a-kind cards for special people in your life. […]

  • An Earthly Celebration
    par The Dominion Post le 18/04/2021 à 6:59  Area organizations joined forces Saturday to celebrate the planet with the Touch the Earth Festival at the pavilion in Marilla Park. The free festivities included educational activities by members of participating organizations, including guided tours of Marilla […]

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