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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.
MORE FIREWORKS AT CABELL COUNTY COMMISSION: For the second straight meeting, Cabell County Commissioner Bob Bailey took exception to a committee appointment and let his feelings be known. At the last meeting, Bailey’s frustration led to him making a remark toward fellow commissioner Anne Yon that she considered sexist. On Thursday, he was upset because Yon was being appointed to the Cabell County Community Services Organization, an agency that helps seniors, in place of Bailey. Read more in today's edition of The Herald-Dispatch.
LAWRENCE JAIL WOES: State jail officials want to meet with several Lawrence County officials in Columbus by mid-March to discuss conditions at the overcrowded, 41-year-old county jail. Read more on our Region page.
HERE A BIRD, THERE A BIRD, EVERYWHERE A BIRD: Here in the midst of winter seeing a bright red cardinal or regal black-capped chickadee feeding in your yard can lift any spirit. This week is the national Great Backyard Bird Count and state parks around West Virginia, such as Pipestem, Cacapon and Blackwater Falls, have planned bird walks and watches. Read more about what's planned on our Life page.
TRI-STATE MUSIC SCENE: Herald-Dispatch Reporter Dave Lavender has his finger on the pulse of the area music scene. Find out what's going down in Tri-State venues on our Life page.
JOYCE SPENCER: Wondering what your neighbors are up to? Read all the gossip that's fit to print in Joyce Spencer's column.
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