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QUILT BRINGS BACK MEMORIES: What might be considered a historical marker is hanging in the library at Barboursville Middle School. It’s a large quilt made by students during the 1993-1994 school year, the last at the old Barboursville Middle School on Main Street. That’s where the children of Barboursville started attending junior high back in 1936. Read more about the effort behind the work on today's front page.
BAND FESTIVAL RESULTS: Check out complete results from Saturday's Tri-State Marching Festival on our Community page.
A HALLOWEEN HOOTENANNY: In direct opposition to their name, Huntington's Qiet is hosting its Halloween Hootenanny — a dance party and costume contest — starting at 8 p.m. at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena Conference Center. Read more on our Life page.
CRIME NEWS: Read about the latest Milton crime reports in our police coverage.
CAMPAIGN TRAILS: Get the latest news in candidate appearances, endorsements and more.
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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