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Ohio, Brooke, and Marshall Counties are all at the orange level while Hancock County is at the...

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Brooke, Hancock, and Ohio Counties are in the Orange Level, Marshall County Remains in the Red Level

On the latest West Virginia Department of Education COVID-19 map, Brooke and Hancock Counties have...

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Ohio and Marshall Counties Move to Orange Level

On the latest West Virginia Department of Education COVID-19 map, Ohio and Marshall Counties both...

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Justice Issues Mask Mandate for All West Virginians

West Virginia Governor Jim Justice issued a mandatory order on Friday for people to wear masks at...

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Ohio and Marshall Counties Affected on the Latest West Virginia Department of Education Map

Marshall County moved from a green advisory to a gold advisory, Ohio County moved from a green...

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Local Counties Remain in Green Phase

Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties will remain in the green phase on the latest West...

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Local County Schools are in the Green Phase

Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, and Marshall Counties are all in the green phase in the latest West...

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