West Virginia University at Parkersburg and the Roane County school system are partnering to provide educational and training opportunities for rural residents.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded a $298,330 grant for the program.

WVU-Parkersburg announced that some of the funding will be used to buy videoconferencing equipment.

Participants in the program will be able to take classes without going to the college.

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