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State Treasurer Riley Moore visited Weirton on Friday, July 28, to present an unclaimed property check worth more than $54,000 to benefit Weirton Medical Center. “I’m proud to reunite W...
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Returns Surge More Than $8 Million Over Last Year’s Record State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his Office’s Unclaimed Property Division returned a new record-high $26.8 million ...
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Nearly $4.2 Million in Unclaimed Property Slated to be Sent to Recipients This Fall State Treasurer Riley Moore is urging West Virginians to be on the lookout for letters that will be sent out next...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore visited Morgantown on Tuesday, June 27, to present an unclaimed property check totaling nearly $10,000 to former West Virginia University and NFL fullback Owen Schmitt. ...
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Cash Returns Continue to Surge at Record Pace State Treasurer Riley Moore today announced his Office returned more than $3.6 million worth of unclaimed property to individuals, businesses and organ...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore visited Wheeling on Tuesday, June 6, to present an unclaimed property check totaling nearly $85,000 to benefit WVU Medicine Wheeling Hospital. “As State Treasurer,...
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More Applications Slated to be Approved by July 1 State Treasurer Riley Moore, chairman of the Hope Scholarship Board, today announced his Office has approved the Hope Scholarship for more than 5,0...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore on Thursday presented an unclaimed property check valued at more than $31,000 to the Greenbrier County Commission, funds local officials say will be used to boost the count...
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State Treasurer Riley Moore visited Martinsburg on Tuesday, May 30, to present an unclaimed property check totaling nearly $40,000 to benefit Berkeley Medical Center. “It was great partnering...
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TREASURER MOORE ANNOUNCES 2023 SMART529 ‘WHEN I GROW UP’ ESSAY CONTEST REGIONAL, TEACHER WINNERS Grand Prize Winner to be Announced at September Culture Center Ceremony State Treasur...
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