In 1962 Topps released a trading card series called "Mars Attacks" which serialized a story of grotesque aliens invading the Earth and destroying everything in their path.
CHARLESTON — This Friday's "Live on the Levee" concert, a FestivALL event, will feature two members of the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame and a third who will be inducted this November.
HUNTINGTON -- Frank Barnett gets excited each time he visits the new Huntington East Middle School, which he'll lead as principal next year.
HUNTINGTON -- It's summertime and the films are in full bloom.
Gail Wetherholt of Milton, W.Va., shared these photos of a recent family reunion in April.
Would you believe there is an award-winning city within three hours of the this area that is considered one of the "Best Cities for Working Retirement" as well as one of the "Top Ten College Towns?" This city was also ranked No. 2 for "Milken Institute's Best Performing Cities-Small Metros."
HUNTINGTON — The West Virginia Film Office is pleased to announce that several industry professionals will participate in the Production Assistant Training Seminar on June 22-23 in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON — Cincinnati based BB Riverboats has announced that its flagship, the Belle of Cincinnati, will be embarking on a 7-day Summer Cruise Tour to 6 river cities from July 24-31.
RICEVILLE, Ky. — Governor Steve Beshear and First Lady Jane Beshear, along with trail enthusiasts and local officials, opened the first 18-mile section of the Dawkins Line Rail Trail today. The former railroad line is the newest adventure tourism attraction in Eastern Kentucky for hikers, horseback riders and cyclists.
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CHARLESTON - West Virginia First Lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin will unveil the West Virginia State Sesquicentennial Quilt featuring such icons as Camden Park and Sandstone Falls at 10 a.m. Monday, June 17, at the Culture Center on the State Capitol Complex.
CHARLESTON -- The West Virginia Division of Culture and History's annual exhibition, Quilts and Wall Hangings 2013, was unveiled in the Great Hall and the south wing of the Culture Center, State Capitol Complex in Charleston.
WHAT: The 5K race is a fundraiser for anti-obesity initiatives 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 at www.wvencyclopedia.org.
HUNTINGTON -- Sean Sutherland, who just graduated from Huntington High School, was named the winner of the West Virginia Garden Club essay contest. This year's theme was "Ways We Can Protect Our Aquatic Ecosystems."
PENNSBORO, W.Va. -- The West Virginia Christian Youth Camp is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing young people with a program of Bible study, spiritual growth and personal enrichment in a Christian environment.
HURRICANE -- The elementary schools in Putnam County will be hosting kindergarten registration later this summer for those who missed it in the spring or who are new to the area.
HUNTINGTON -- Registration is now open for the 5th annual FitFest, an annual fundraiser for the Paul Ambrose Trail for Health.
The Huntington Museum of Art is raising funds for the 2013 Open Door Membership Campaign, which is chaired by Christie Kinsey. The goal of the campaign is to raise $325,000, which represents about 16 percent of the funds HMA needs annually to support the operating budget. The campaign continues through June 30.
Thinking of my Guyandotte Senior Sixty and up of age reunion friends and neighbors.
IRONTON -- Huntington is just getting started with its Huntington in Bloom campaign but Ironton has been involved in the program for several years now.
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