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Associated Press West Virginia Daybook for Monday, March 10
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March 10. 10:30 a.m. DRUG SENTENCING — Bobby Michael Short Jr. is scheduled to be sentenced on drug charges stemming from a crackdown on prescription drug trafficking in southern West Virginia.
Location: Courtroom, second floor, Elizabeth Kee Federal Building, 601 Federal Street, Bluefield.
March 10. 11:30 a.m. WVU PRESIDENT — The state Higher Education Policy Commission holds a special meeting to vote on Gordon Gee's appointment as West Virginia University's president.
Location: Higher Education Policy Commission, 9th floor conference room, Boulevard Tower, 1018 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston. The meeting can be accessed by conference call, 1-866-453-5550, participant code: 5245480#.
Contacts: Higher Education Policy Commission, 304-558-2101.
March 10. 2 p.m. MINGO SENTENCING — Former Mingo County Magistrate Dallas Toler is scheduled to be sentenced on a federal voter charge.
Location: District Courtroom B, Room 6600, Robert C. Byrd U.S. Courthouse, 300 Virginia St. East, Charleston.
March 10 2 p.m. MOONEY SCHEDULE — Republican congressional candidate Alex Mooney holds a news conference with the Tea Party Express to make an announcement.
Location: Spruce School of Real Estate, 378 Harris Street, South Charleston.
Contacts: Nick Clemens, 304-933-9507.
The AP, Charleston, W.Va.
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