CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Division of Culture and History will celebrate the traditional music of West Virginia on Memorial Day weekend, May 24-25, at the Culture Center during the 37th annual Vandalia Gathering.
WHAT: The 5K race is a fundraiser for anti-obesity initatives of the United Way of the River Cities.
HUNTINGTON -- Mountwest Community & Technical College is offering Explore Life, a hands-on dissection camp for students entering fifth through 12th grade.
PHILIPPI, W.Va. -- Huntington businessman Phil E. Cline has donated $75,000 to Alderson-Broaddus College for renovations to Whitescarver Hall for new academic space, according to a release from the college.
CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Developmental Disabilities Council is making available up to $50,000 to fund new projects to assist people with developmental disabilities in more meaningful participation in their communities.
HUNTINGTON — Nashville hit maker Craig Morgan will headline 93.7 The Dawg’s annual Dawg Dazzle at Harris River Front Park in Huntington on Wednesday, July 3.
ATHENS, Ohio — In its 8th year of celebrating Ohio craft brew excellence, Ohio Brew Week is hosting more events and more breweries than ever before. More than 40 Ohio craft breweries, nine new ones, are bringing more than 200 craft brews to Athens, Ohio June 21-29, 2013.
CHARLESTON — Diana Ross, Diana Krall and The Beach Boys are just a few of the fantastic performers headlining the fall 2013 Clay Center Presents performance season.
Do you need a spring centerpiece in less than an hour? Well, fruit and floral centerpieces are a snap to put together - as long as you have the materials on hand. Even if you have to make a quick stop at the store, you only need a few items.
Located between Burkesville, Ky. and Tompkinsville, Ky., is a cozy, isolated cabin situated alongside the Cumberland River. Its entry on the Website Vacation Rentals By Owner touts it as "one of the last unspoiled vistas alongside the Cumberland River."
CHARLESTON — A two-day, hands-on workforce training seminar hosted by the West Virginia Film Office will be held on June 22 and 23 in Huntington. Skills training will be provided by the Los Angeles-based company Production Assistant Training Seminar, or P.A.T.S., which will offer skills training for entry level production assistants in the film industry.
Redneck Night will feature a guest appearance by Mountain Man from the hit A&E show, “Duck Dynasty,” as well as a duck call giveaway, a redneck wedding and a replica of the General Lee car.
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WHAT: The 5k race is a fundraiser for anti-obesity initatives of the United Way of the River Cities.
The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia, a project of the West Virginia Humanities Council, at www.wvencyclopedia.org.
HUNTINGTON -- MaKenzie Porter's eyes got big when she was asked Wednesday if she felt famous. The 7-year-old second-grader at Hite-Saunders Elementary, then responded. "Yes I do."
HUNTINGTON -- The Huntington Museum of Art will welcome artist Robert Briscoe as a Walter Gropius Master Artist in May.
The Blenko Project, www.blenkoproject.org, is a nonprofit group that focuses on archiving Blenko Glass and preserving the history of Blenko Glass, the craftsmen and the designers.
Monday, May 20: 7 p.m., Spring Valley High School graduation.
WAYNE -- Eight students from Wayne High School joined several others from the Tri-State area in exhibiting their art work at the Huntington Museum of Art's Portfolio 2013.
This young man is Arther. He is 13 years old, loves school and is on the honor roll. He likes playing video games, watching movies and enjoys an array of outdoor sports. Arther has a positive attitude and a caring nature. He has a wonderful sense of humor and is quick to join in activities with his peers.
I am writing to thank the ER nurses and Dr. Hinchman at Cabell Huntington Hospital for being so good to my husband, John Myers, who has lung cancer. Dr. Hinchman was fantastic, and so were the nurses as well as the other doctors who treated John and the fifth floor nurses.