BARBOURSVILLE — The village of Barboursville wants Gus the bloodhound to know he was a very good boy. The community thanked the recently retired K-9 for his service Saturday at his retirement party thrown by the Girl Scouts of the Black Diamond Council Troop 1861.
WVDA accepting farmers market vendor permits: CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Department of Agriculture (WVDA) is now accepting farmers market vendor permits as established in Senate Bill 375, according to a WVDA news release.
Herman to manage aromatics business
ALTIVIA announced that it has appointed Russ Herman as commercial manager of its aromatics business. He will be responsible for the sales and marketing of phenol, acetone, alpha-Methylstyrene and Bisphenol-A produced at ALTIVIA's Petrochemical Complex located in Haverhill, Ohio.
This week, dozens of youngsters from age 5 to sixth grade came to the Little Herd Basketball Camp, hosted by Marshall University's men's basketball team.
LOGAN — Huntington's all-stars lost their opening game in the West Virginia Little League 9-11-year-old state tournament on Saturday, dropping a 7-6 game against Jefferson. Huntington, runner-up from District 1, received a first-round bye into Saturday's upper bracket quarterfinal with District 6 runner-up Jefferson.
HUNTINGTON — Empire Books and News at Pullman Square in Huntington will host Writers Can Read, bringing together authors, aspiring authors and those who just enjoy reading to share their works. This event is free and open to the public.
DAYTON, Ohio — Elizabeth Goetz, of Huntington, earned a spot on the University of Dayton's spring 2018 dean's list, which honors undergraduate students achieving a minimum 3.5 GPA for the semester. The University of Dayton is a top-tier, national, Catholic, research institution.
It's encouraging to see West Virginia lawmakers turn more aggressive in seeking answers as to why a state-run recovery program has been slow to assist residents harmed by the June 2016 floods.
A couple of news releases this past Wednesday indicate that the strongest banking companies in West Virginia are looking to Kentucky for growth.