State breaks own record, 4th shot, and Ogden policy
West Virginia breaks its own covid record
From The Hill:
West Virginia broke its record for highest daily COVID-19 cases on Thursday as omicron continues to hit states around the country.
The state’s Department of Health and Human Resources reported 3,345 cases, almost a week after breaking the record last Friday at . . .
The Republican covid strategy continues
West Virginia's covid numbers continue to increase
From the New York Times on December 31:
While Republican state officials continue to fight efforts to control the virus
As earlier COVID-19 vaccine mandate lawsuits get their day before the U.S. Supreme Court in two weeks, West Virginia Attorney General . . .
Despite the date, the largest article in yesterday’s/today’s Wheeling News-Register was not about 9/11
No, it was a totally uncritical look at those who don’t believe in masks
Here’s how local reporter Eric Ayres began his front-page article on the anti-maskers in Marshall County:
Scores of parents gathered in Moundsville on Friday night in the wake of the Marshall County Board of Education’s decision to require mask-wearing in school starting Monday — and none of them seemed to be happy about the new . . .
Misspellings? Sentences and articles cutoff in mid-sentence? Articles and columns repeated? Sorry, readers, but the Wheeling Intelligencer can no longer afford an editor to keep these mistakes from happening
Yes, but the paper still employs an editor whose job it is to alter Associated Press articles so that there will be minimal criticism of West Virginia Republicans
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In other news: Earlier today, casket in Springfield, Illinois began uncontrollably spinning
Here is the announcement:
Isn't Representative Jordan concerned about . . .
It's not good news
From today's New York Times, West Virginia is now #1:
It isn't much better locally:
From the Associated Press, yesterday:
West Virginia has highest number of weekly virus cases in 7 monthshttps://t.co/rOoBzGJB0p— John Raby (@jrabyap) August 29, 2021
And here is WV Governor Jim . . .