Print/E-paper exclusives for Sunday, Oct. 14
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.
STRAIGHT-TICKET VOTING: West Virginia is one of 15 states which offer voters the option to push one button to vote for every candidate in a particular party. Does an unpopular president hurt candidates of his party? See what state party heads and political experts have to say in our Sunday front page story.
OVERCOMING CHALLENGES: Being a member of the Marshall University Marching Thunder is tough. But don’t talk tough around Michael Cantley or Harmony Duffield. Not only do they handle the grueling schedule, but both also have physical challenges that limit the use of their limbs and confine them to motorized wheelchairs. Read more about these exceptional students on our front page.
PUMPING UP SOME FUN: The popular indoor inflatable playground in Barboursville is celebrating its fifth anniversary. Read more in our Sunday business spotlight.
PERSONNEL: Keep up with the latest hirings across the Tri-State with our weekly Personnel column.
"SIMPLY ROMANTIC": The Huntington Symphony Orchestra kicks off its 2012-2013 Winter Season on campus at Smith Music Hall with an assist from Henning Vauth, a past winner of prestigious piano competitions including the Schubert Prize, and an assistant professor of music, piano and coordinator of keyboard studies at Marshall University. Find more details about the concert on our Sunday Life page.
COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS: Our Sunday Life section is filled with the types of community announcements that keep the newspaper connected to you, including birth announcements, wedding, engagement and anniversary announcements, upcoming reunions, group meetings and more.
READY FOR FLU SEASON: Marshall University hosted a flu shot clinic last week and vaccinated hundreds of students. Find out more about the effort — as well as other news from Marshall University including a calendar of upcoming events — on our weekly Herd on Campus page.
A REFLECTION OF PRIDE: Barry and Jennifer Ransbottom of North Blvd. in Huntington are the latest Southside residents to be honored with the Southside Neighborhood Organization’s Yard of the Month award. Read more about both the program and how the Ransbottoms maintain their outdoor space on our Sunday Homes page. Also in the section every week is a look at trends in home decorating, tips and tricks from home decor and repair specialists, and more.
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