Last week, more than seventy railroad enthusiasts chugged into Twin Falls State Park for an annual convention. The rail-fans are members of the Norfolk and Western Historical Society.
Commissioner Walt Helmick says the state is not clear when they transfer deeds between agencies or sell real estate to outside entities.
The state Board of Education finalized a policy detailing new teacher hiring practices. Those new practices, created under Senate Bill 359, allow principals and faculty senates to become more involved in the hiring process.
Twelve demonstrators have been arrested following a protest by the United Mine Workers of America and their supporters in a dispute with St. Louis-based Patriot Coal.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today issued a proclamation calling the members of the House of Delegates into Extraordinary Session, beginning at noon on June 18, 2013, in its chambers at the State Capitol to elect a new Speaker for the House of Delegates.