Aluminum Plant Funding raises Questions

On the West West Morning, just on the other side of Ohio River, in Ashland, Kentucky, Braidy Industries aluminum company recently received a huge cash boost when it announced a partnership with a major Russian supplier. However, the Russian company until recently under U. sanctions raised the discussion further questions about Braidy's funding, which has already included millions from Kentucky taxpayers. There are more at Sydney Boles, Ohio ReSource Valley.

Also on today's program, children, parents, grandparents and educators are coming together around West Virginia this week to celebrate non-traditional learning. As reported by the Glynis Board, it is part of a growing regional initiative to reflect and practice innovative models of education.

And S. S. Warren spoke to a crowd of about 150 people in Mingo County on Friday. As Kara Lofton reports, the Democratic presidential candidate spoke with the opioid epidemic mainly, rather than his campaign agenda.

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