HUNTINGTON -- Summer is winding down, but that doesn't mean activities are slowing in the Tri-State.
This is a story about James Hughes, who lives with the memory of his friend dying on the battlefield as he cradled him in his arms, a man who still struggles with an internal war that erupts with anything that reminds him of the combat conditions that he endured at Korea's "Pork Chop Hill."
WAYNE -- In an ongoing attempt to make Wayne County a better place to live, work, go to school and raise a family, Wayne County Schools are working with the newly formed Wayne County Underage Drinking Prevention Coalition -- Partnerships for Success, by starting up SADD chapters in their middle and high schools.
Foxy Ladies -- Aug. 12, Vivian McGinnis, Danny Ray, Juanita Duncan; Aug. 26, Alice Romine, Juanita Duncan, Jeanie Jones.
When David Dyer takes a walk in the woods it is like going home.
There's an increasing number of both products and recipes for those trying to live a gluten-free life. Here's an option for a healthy breakfast from the American Diabetes Association:
KINGWOOD, W.Va. -- A Huntington native has graduated from the Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The Herald-Dispatch is cataloging all breast cancer related events during the month of October for a special publication. If your organization is planning something special as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month please email the details to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include "Think Pink" in the subject line and name and contact information for the organizer of the event. Submissions need to be received as soon as possible but no later than Wednesday, Sept. 10.
Rarely do I ever feel the need to take a perfectly good recipe and meddle with the richness of its allure in order to make it a more healthier version of itself. I will always take the position of eat less and enjoy food in its luscious more palatable state of heavy fat or saucy self. Moderation seems to be a more enjoyable frame of mind because I have decided there are foods and dishes I'd most certainly save, plan, and wait for rather than miss out on their deliciousness.
The fall harvest is in full swing and those who like to get the most out of summer's bounty are preserving it. Some like to use their freezer but still more of you like the tried and true process of canning that produce. Still others of you are just harvesting the jars your grandparents and great grandparents used in this process.