Print/E-paper exclusives for Wednesday, Jan. 30
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.
GRADUATION COACHES HELP STEER STUDENTS TO DIPLOMAS: To know the impact graduation coaches are having at Cabell Midland and Huntington high schools, one only has to look at a Christmas card Becky Runion received. Inside, the student wrote Runion had “given her hope to finish school.” Read more about Runion, and her Huntington High School counterpart Steven Freeman, and how their positions have helped students at those schools, on today's front page.
A WINTER ADVENTURE: More than 400 outdoors enthusiasts from six states took part in the weekend soaking up a buffet of outdoor adventures that included 140 different guided trips of such activities as: wild caving, horseback riding, tree climbing, canoeing, rock climbing, rappelling, ziplining, hiking, mountain biking, shooting and much more. Read more on today's Community page.
BLUE-RIBBON RECIPE: Although not a sports fan, Tonna Dixon Canfield of Ashland won in the cooking playoffs as her recipe was awarded a blue ribbon by Janet Tharpe, food editor of Just A Pinch Recipes, the two-year-old recipe and coupon social network for home cooks based in Franklin, Tenn. Find her award-winning recipe for Cranberry Glazed Meatballs -- as well as some of her other favorites -- on our Life page.
PARENTING ADVICE: Family psychologist John Rosemond addresses common parent concerns. This week, find out how he counsels a parent to deal with irrational childhood fears, on our Life page.
BRENDA LUCAS: Get the latest community news, announcements, birthdays and more in Brenda Lucas' Community News column.
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