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Besides the stories you can read at herald-dispatch.com, there are many more stories and features in today's Herald-Dispatch newspaper and e-paper.
WE LIKE IKE: A local man revisits a whistle-stop train tour from President Dwight Eisenhower that came to Huntington.
BUSINESS OF TRAFFIC: Founded in 1948, Bayliss & Ramey Inc. has about 50 employees working on 35 projects throughout the state of West Virginia, including Huntington's new traffic signals.
HE WRITES THE SONGS: We talk to world famous songwriter and piano man Barry Manilow, who is set to perform in Huntington later this month.
PERSONNEL: See who is getting ahead in the local business world in the Sunday business personnel column.
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