Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Smiles and Scowls

Newspaper article Charleston Gazette Mail

Smiles and Scowls

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To Gov. Tomblin for vetoing an unwise bill that would have ruined the budding industrial hemp business in West Virginia.

To Pinch volunteer firefighters, West Virginia American Water workers and others who rescued Mater, a dog stuck in a drainpipe.

To the Joe Holland car dealership, which provided $4,000 to cover adoption fees for families rescuing castoff pets from the Kanawha- Charleston Humane Association.

To beavers that are ruining trees along Kanawha Boulevard and other riverbank spots.

To Kenova native Brad Smith, CEO of Intuit software firm, and his wife Alys, who funded 172 school classroom projects across West Virginia.

To students at Riverside High School and other Mountain State schools that provide food pantries for needy students and their families. …

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