Press Releases

Entries for May 2019

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Awards for applications due July 8 Mission West Virginia, in combination with State Treasurer John Perdue’s office, is now taking applications for the fifth annual Smart Start awards, follow...
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May 18 race bigger than ever; former foster kids to benefit Ben Kinder is more interested in bubbles than running. With participation of more than 90 people, this year’s SMART5.29 K r...
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Key info will distinguish unclaimed property correspondence from scam If you receive a letter from the State Treasurer’s Office in the next few weeks saying you are due unclaimed property, do...
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Staffers on hand to do unclaimed property searches Nicholas Nunnery of Charleston greatly enjoyed the surprise of his unclaimed property check of more than $1,100. State Treasurer John Perdu...
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Two to get checks; other fans to see if assets await   Former Kanawha County School Board member John Luoni received a check at the ballpark from Treasurer Perdue during one of last year&...





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