Monthly Archives: May 2011

Scott – Trucking Through Downtown Morgantown

Heavy truck traffic on State Route 7 through Downtown Morgantown has been an issue that has divided the city for years. While it is suspected by policy makers such as Bill Byrne and Don Spencer that truck traffic has a … Continue reading

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Adam – Rail Trail Construction

I decided to do my story on the rail trail  for a couple reasons. First, I wanted to do something that I knew I could turn around in a few days. I could get quality b-roll, contact and interview someone about the … Continue reading

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Jazz Clark, Student Transportation Issues

It’s good to see I haven’t forgotten how to do journalism. In all seriousness, though, this story was born from a very biased source – myself. When I found the bus stopped running hours before I was done with class, … Continue reading

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Rodney-WIC Guideline Changes

Well, I just got finished with my first VOSOT for this class, and for the most part, it was an uneventful experience, and for that I am glad.  As you can see from the title, the story I did this … Continue reading

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Friends of Deckers Creek-Ashley

For my final multi-media project I got work with the non profit organization Friends of Deckers Creek. This organization has worked diligently to improve the environmental quality of the Deckers Creek area. For this project we wanted to bring attention … Continue reading

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Preston County School Bond

By: Kaitlynn Anderson Preston county in West Virginia has an enrollment increase projected at over 200 new students and now has something to make that transition a little bit easier. For the first time in over 20 years Preston County … Continue reading

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Take Back The Night

By: Kaitlynn Anderson Take Back The Night is an annual event held by the Feminist Majority Leadership Alliance (FMLA) every spring semester. It is an event designed to allow people who have been, or know someone who has been, a … Continue reading

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