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06/05/2017 - The Times West Virginian By: Kelsie LeRose
FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Everyday heroes filled the Knights of Columbus Sunday afternoon for the 21st annual Celebration of Life.

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06/05/2017 - The Inter-Mountain
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - New findings from an Alzheimer’s Association survey, released Friday in conjunction with the beginning of Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month, shows that while people overwhelmingly agree it often takes a village to provide care for someone living with Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia (91 percent), far too many caregivers are doing it alone.

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06/05/2017 - Modern Healthcare By: Maria Castellucci
WASHINGTON, DC. - The healthcare industry reported another month of strong job growth in May, outpacing the rest of the economy in hiring.

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06/05/2017 - The Herald Dispatch By: Terry Hapney Jr.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - "True compassion is a trait found in few people. Dr. Oli demonstrates compassion every single day through the way he deals with his patients, his staff, and his community. Dr. Oli insists that 'we owe people and community more than we think we do,' and he encourages people to give back.

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06/05/2017 - WV Metro News
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - With the start of June there are still no indications on when the U.S. Senate could take up the U.S. House’s proposed American Health Care Act.

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06/05/2017 - The Times West Virginian By: Stephen Godwin Jr.
FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Friendships are formed every day, but the most unlikely of friendships was formed two years ago at Monongah Middle School.

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06/05/2017 - The Logan Banner
WASHINGTON, DC. - U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) announced today that $70 million in federal grants are now available to help states, first responders and recovery groups respond to the opioid crisis.

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