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Entries for January 2017

State Treasurer John Perdue presented a local mental health agency with a $14,314 unclaimed property check Wednesday, during a ceremony at the Treasurer’s State Capitol office.Relaxing before the cere...
State Treasurer John Perdue’s West Virginia Retirement Plus supplemental retirement plan gained 301 new participants in the second quarter of fiscal year 2017.Records show the plan picked up more stea...
Treasurer has held post a record 20 yearsCHARLESTON – StateTreasurer John Perdue cemented his stature as one of West Virginia’slongest-serving constitutional officers Monday, taking the oath for asixt...
Entries must be postmarked by Friday, February 24, 2017 to qualifyWest Virginia State Treasurer John Perdue and representatives from The Hartford gathered at Johnson Elementary School in Bridgeport to...
State Treasurer John Perdue presented West Virginia Wesleyan College Interim President Boyd Creasman a $112,315 unclaimed property check Wednesday, during a ceremony at the Lynch Raine Administration ...
W.Va. numbers comprise more than 50 percent of gainWest Virginia residents in the last two fiscal years have accounted for more than half of the new enrollments to SMART529, a college savings program ...

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