FAIR: Nine Cabell County students placing first in the RESA II Social Studies Fair in mid-March competed in the W.Va. State Social Studies Fair in mid-April. Group winners in Division I, Anthropology, were Rachel Elkins and Ella Curtis, "Family Totem Poles"; Division I, Geography, Jonah Huntz and Eli Huntz, "Ethiopia"; Division II, Sociology, Ema Taylor and Taylor Davis, "A Game For All." Individuals placing first were Jalen Nicely, Division I, Sociology, "Perspectives: It Changes Everything"; Lily Chongswatdi, Division I, World History, "Building History with Legos"; Asadullha Ranavaya, Division II, political science, "Your Robot Neighbors: Drones."
HUNTINGTON -- Back on April 19, 2008, Metallica kicked off Record Store Day at Rasputin Music in San Francisco.
FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Want to bring your four-legged family member with you when you visit a Kentucky State Park?
HUNTINGTON -- Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Tri-State will have the 28th annual Bowl For Kids' Sake on Monday, May 12, at Strike Zone Bowling Center.
FILM: "Land Ho," a movie filmed in Kentucky and Iceland this past fall, has been chosen to be shown at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York in late April. One of the main actors, Earl L. Nelson, M. D., an ophthalmologist/ocular plastic surgeon with offices in Ashland and Charleston, will be attending with his wife, Ann Hash Robinette Nelson of Barboursville (a 1977 Barboursville High School graduate). Dr. Nelson will also be traveling to Los Angeles in June to attend the LA Film Festival prior to the movie being released nationwide on July 11. Sony Picture Classics purchased the worldwide rights during the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
HUNTINGTON -- A smile made possible by a simple act of kindness typically makes the life of a child with cancer more bearable and hopeful.
One financial goal for students is to have money at the end of every month. These tips from KHEAA may help you set up a budget to track the money you make versus the money you spend.
HUNTINGTON -- Sure we had some snow earlier this week, but spring has sprung and is in full bloom.
Communities across the country are focused this month on child abuse prevention in an effort to reduce the number of children who suffer maltreatment (abuse and/or neglect) annually. According to 2011 national figures, 1,545 children died from maltreatment (16 of those were in West Virginia) and more than 676,569 children were found to be victims of some type of abuse.
Sure it snowed this week, but we're back in bloom and temperatures are rising to the 70s and that means the outdoors music parties are getting ready to launch around the area.