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Performance Council member to resign Fred Tucker opposed
- the right thing to do. I don't apologize to anyone for that." This year, 15 coal companies agreed to pay $56.6 million to settle lawsuits filed against them. Ongoing settlement negotiations with half a dozen other coal companies are...
Published: Sunday, April 14, 2002
- spayed or neutered you wouldn't have had to drop them off because you wouldn't have had those kittens s Hurricane's post office workers are wonderful s This holiday season, the season for giving, you better be careful around the county...
Published: Saturday, December 21, 2002
Many reasons for Workers' Comp deficit, director says
- Program's unfunded liability, the amount the state would need in the bank today to pay all benefits already promised to injured workers for the next 40 years.) Smith told the Bureau of Employment Programs' Performance Council on Tuesday...
Published: Wednesday, November 27, 2002
- a 26-yard touchdown called back. Rich Rodriguez's dad was officiating s I am a Marshall fan and a true football fan. Congratulations West Virginia on your wonderful win and good luck in your bowl s As a resident of Charleston I am certainly...
Published: Saturday, November 23, 2002
Temporary workers, permanent injuries Labor Ready has
- Ready for underreporting injuries to its workers. Labor Ready officials say they provide extensive training to potential employees, according to the company's most recent report to the SEC. When a worker arrives at Labor Ready, he watches...
Published: Sunday, May 19, 2002
In W.Va., misperception is not reality
- for State Courts, West Virginia courts resolved a number of cases equal to about 95 percent of the cases filed during a recent two-year period. It sounds like our courts are keeping up fine, thank you. A 1998 study of Kanawha County...
Published: Friday, February 01, 2002
PEIA insurance going up by 23%
- onto the state would mean that the additional amount of funding the state would have to come up with for PEIA would increase from $48 million to $59 million for the 2004-05 budget year. Gov. Bob Wise has committed an additional $42...
Published: Friday, December 13, 2002
DHHR knew of Clendenin woman's problems
- week that burned down her house, two others and a $350,000 building that housed six businesses. The blaze caused more than $1 million in damage, judging from interviews with some business owners. It is unclear whether the building's...
Published: Wednesday, October 09, 2002
Former bankrupt steel mills now leaner, expecting profit
- Mang said. The company is making about 25 percent less steel than LTV Steel did, but it's producing with 48 percent fewer hourly workers and 60 percent fewer managers. ISG employment as of early October was about 2,800, with 1,250 in...
Published: Tuesday, November 12, 2002
- a $200,000 savings in insurance costs. The reductions resolve part of the city's $2.1 million predicted shortage this fiscal year. The city must come up with another $563,000 to stay within the deficit guidelines allowed by state law....
Published: Wednesday, March 13, 2002