Month: April 2018

NOAA’s Fairmont backup facility continues technology investment in West Virginia

FAIRMONT — With the successful launch of another weather satellite, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has made another investment into North Central West Virginia, heightening the importance of the organization’s facilities in Fairmont. Earlier this month, NOAA’s GOES-S weather satellite successfully made it to orbit, its name being changed to GOES-17 upon arrival. NOAA […]
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Balanced Economic Diversification

Balanced Economic Diversification The cry for industrial diversification in West Virginia has never been louder than it is today. It has never been louder because there has never been a bigger collapse of coal severance revenue. The collapse of this revenue is preventing state policy makers from doing what they have done for decades: namely, […]
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