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Contributor

Stacey Smith

State:  West Virginia

College:  West Virginia University

Major:  News Editorial

Contact Information:  ssmith21@mix.wvu.edu 

I am a senior at WVU who is majoring in News Editorial and minoring in Copywriting and Editing.  I work as a freelance writer for a newspaper in WV called the Dominion Post.  I was originally born and raised in southern New Jersey.  My future goals include working for a newspaper or magazine. I would like to provide the SOP with news stories from around WV and address some national isssues as well.

Growth and Expansion at West Virginia University - Description of new plans and construction at WVU in the next few years.

MPO Makes Beechurst Reconstruction a Priority - The Morgantown Municipal Planning Organization decides that Beechurst needs to be widened but other programs will have to be nixed.

MPO Begins Thinking Outside the Box - Morgantown's Metropolitan Planning Organization begins to look for quick and unique ways to solve the town's traffic problems.

Monogalia County Voters Speak Up - (West Virginia) - Recap of the voting turnout in Monongalia County, West Virginia

Mileground Flooding a Driving Risk - When it rains, it pours on Mileground Road in Monongalia County, West Virginia. On any given day, gray clouds can roll in and the ominous sound of thunder can be heard from miles away.

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