- Morehead Clerk Faces Contempt Hearing in Ashland
- This week’s Business Summit to feature Marshall alumnus, Intuit President and CEO Brad Smith
- CFPB Sues Sprint for Cramming Consumers with Unauthorized Third-Party Charges; Sprint Ignored Complaints from Consumers and Cost Them Tens of Millions of Dollars
- Discover some of West Virginia’s state park lodges in January 2015 with a “WV50” $50 room rate
- BOOK REVIEW: 'Suspicion': Delightfully Scary Novel Aimed at Young Women Hits Its Target Like an Arrow from Robin Hood
- For "The Interview" Will Small Screen Lose Wonder and Suspension of Disbelief?
- Pre Christmas Live Theatricals
- Census Bureau Estimates Show How School-Age Child Poverty in Every County Compares with Prerecession Levels
- OP ED COLUMN: Tax Reform Committee Is Covering All Ground
- Secretary Tennant Urges West Virginians To Shop Small on Saturday, November 29
Charleston's Call for Mural Artists
In the words of the RFP:
"The proposed public arts murals shall be applied to the interstate support piers on both sides of Virginia Street. The artwork on the 12 piers must be applied to the entire circumference of the piers starting 2 feet above the ground and ending 12 feet above the ground.
The main requirement of the installation is that each pier must celebrate West Virginia’s Sesquicentennial, our 150th birthday.
- Charleston’s and West Virginia’s role in the Civil War
- Western Virginia’s representation as outlined in the Virginia Constitution
- Western Virginia delegates to the Richmond Convention
- The election of President Abraham Lincoln and his call for volunteers to put down the rebellion
- Personal stories of West Virginia’s Statehood Leaders and members of the first West Virginia legislature
- West Virginia’s Union Militia
- African American Soldiers from West Virginia
- Locations/sites of significant civil war/sesquicentennial events