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06/08/2017 - The Exponent Telegram By: Kailee Gallahan
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. - The need for blood and blood platelets remains high with a decline in donors and donations across West Virginia and the nation. As the summer and summer blood drives start appearing in the area, American Red Cross urges individuals to get out and donate.

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06/08/2017 - WV Metro News By: Brad McElhinny
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - Differences over a revenue bill meant to be a key component of a state budget for the coming fiscal year are now to be worked out in conference committee.

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06/08/2017 - The Weirton Daily Times
WEIRTON, W.Va. - Members of the board of directors for the Weirton Salvation Army, on Tuesday, received a donation of non-perishable food items and other materials collected by the staff of Weirton Medical Center.

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06/08/2017 - The Herald Dispatch By: Taylor Stuck
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. - Lincoln County High School junior Marie Alford wants to be a respiratory therapist. She found out what that is Tuesday at the St. Mary's Center for Education Health Professions Academy.

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06/08/2017 - The Times West Virginian By: David Statman
FAIRMONT, W.Va. - When Kim Moats was first diagnosed with breast cancer, she shut down. A registered nurse and home health administrator at Fairmont Regional Medical Center, Moats dealt with illness on a daily basis. But, having already lost her best friend to breast cancer, Moats was petrified that a diagnosis was a death sentence.

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06/07/2017 - WDTV By: Alison Kaiser
FAIRMONT, W.Va. - Naloxone, the medication used to revive people from a heroin overdose, has saved lives across West Virginia.

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06/07/2017 - The Charleston Gazette-Mail By: Jake Zuckerman
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - On the heels of Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., announcing late last week that he would seek another term, West Virginia’s attorney general is testing the waters in the 2018 race.

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