WINSTON SALEM, N.C. -- Two local students graduated from Wake Forest University with bachelor's degrees during the university's commencement ceremony on May 19.
Bob Bondurant was born in a small company dispensary in 1938. The facility was owned by the Chuquicamata Copper Mining Company of Chile located in the Andes Mountains of South America. His father was employed with the mine as a mechanical mine operator. The family actually lived at the bottom of the mountain that closely bordered the Pacific Ocean. The small town stayed busy with the exporting of copper and American soldiers assigned there to guard against sabotage of copper excavation.
The American Diabetes Association offers up this recipe for a simple breakfast loved by both kids and adults. It can be ready to eat in a matter of minutes, and can be altered to suit the family budget. If it works better with your budget, switch out the almond butter for peanut butter.
HUNTINGTON -- Four Huntington area artists have had work accepted in a new juried art exhibit to be biennially at the Parkersburg Art Center in Parkersburg.
BOOM! Congratulations to the Wayne County 4-H Shot Gun Team for representing West Virginia at the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational in Nebraska last month, placing 10th in the nation. The team - Dylan Fields, Caleb Stanley, Brett Crockett and Daniel Stanley - and their coaches deserve a round of applause for a job well done.
Dave Adkins and Edgar Loudermilk have been in the bluegrass business for a few years now, fronting and playing with various groups.
CHARLESTON -- You can experience storytelling in a unique way in a new exhibit open today, July 19 at the Clay Center.
Whether you're a flamboyant Buddy Rich-type (self-proclaimed "The World's Greatest Drummer") or a reliable gatekeeper of rhythm like Ringo Starr (James Brown said you could set your watch by him), if you're a drummer, you're not like everyone else. But you already know that.
HUNTINGTON -- The school year is just around the corner, but the summertime activities continue at the A.D. Lewis Community Center.
HUNTINGTON -- Those looking to get involved in their community through volunteerism will have an opportunity through Tri-State Literacy Council.