Saturday - September 26, 2020
Public Policy Tipoffs Involving West Virginia Newsletter for Sunday September 08, 2019 ( 4 items )  

EVENT Oct. 15-17, 2019: Society of Petroleum Engineers Schedules Eastern Regional Meeting
RICHARDSON, Texas, Aug. 30 -- The Society of Petroleum Engineers will host an Eastern Regional Meeting at the Embassy Suites, Charleston, West Virginia, Oct. 15-17 : Agenda and speakers: Improved Drilling Efficiencies Using Offline Cementing Saves Days on Well and Reduces Costs Speakers: S. Van Meter, K.L. Kutchak, Halliburton; H.J. Guerrero, Inflection Energy LLC * * * New OCTG Developments to Overcome Challenges in Unconventional Plays Speakers: C. Blanc, Tenaris; J. Lewis, Noble Energy  more

EVENT Oct. 30, 2019: Alzheimer's Association Schedules Alzheimer's Symposium for Professionals
CHICAGO, Illinois, Aug. 26 -- The Alzheimer's Association will host an Alzheimer's Symposium for Professionals at the Loft Conference Center, Morgantown, West Virginia, Oct. 30: The 2019 Alzheimer's Symposium is a conference for health care professionals offering continuing education credits for physicians, social workers and nurses. This year, attendees will have an opportunity to hear from reliable medical experts in the Geriatric and Long Term Care fields, as well Alzheimer's Association Car  more

Josh Holstein Pledges to Support Congressional U.S. Term Limits
WASHINGTON, Sept. 3 -- U.S. Term Limits issued the following news release: U.S. Term Limits (USTL), the leader in the national, non-partisan movement to limit terms for elected officials, is gathering support from state lawmakers across the nation. Its mission is to get 34 states to apply for an amendment proposal convention specific to term limits on Congress. West Virginia house of delegates candidate, Josh Holstein (district 23) has committed support for term limits on Congress by signing th  more

North Dakota State Defeats Butler, Remains No. 1 In AFCA FCS Coaches' Top 25 Poll
WACO, Texas, Sept. 2 -- The American Football Coaches Association issued the following news: North Dakota State started the 2019 season the same way it ended the 2018 season, with a win. The Bison defeated Butler by a score of 57-10 to remain perfect in its last 18 games and stay No. 1 in the AFCA FCS Coaches' Top 25 Poll. North Dakota State received 25 of the 26 first-place votes. James Madison, who lost to West Virginia, 20-13, received the only other first-place vote and remains at No. 2 th  more