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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.
REAL ID UPDATE: Ten months into shift from obtaining a regular driver’s license to the federal mandate of the Secure Driver’s License and Identification Card Program, frustrations still exist for many West Virginia residents. Read more about how the change is affecting real people, and what has been done to streamline the process, on today's front page.
END-OF-LIFE DECISIONS: Dr. Alvin Moss, executive director of the West Virginia Center for End-of-Life Care, says several statewide surveys show West Virginians lead the nation in preparing advanced directives — living wills, medical powers of attorney, combined living wills/medical powers of attorney, do not resuscitate orders and physician orders for scope of treatment forms. Learn more about this important issue on today's front page.
ALL IN THE DETAILS: Ed Tucker enjoys the reaction of out-of-state architects who visit Huntington for the first time. They’re often surprised and impressed by the architecture they see around them, he said. Huntington “has good bones,” he said. It’s one of the reasons he was inspired to return home from Tennessee several years ago to establish a firm here. Read more about Tucker and his firm in our Sunday Business spotlight.
PERSONNEL: Keep up with the latest hirings across the Tri-State with our weekly Personnel column.
BIZ IN BRIEF: Check out our weekly roundup of regional business wheelings and dealings.
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.
A HOMEY HAUNT: The scariest happy holiday of the year is coming up. Halloween will descend on us this week with haunted houses, trick-or-treating and of course loads of decorations. This celebration definitely brings out the kid in many adults and no one experiences that more than Don Plybon of Barboursville. He has a great time decorating his yard and including his family in the annual event. Read more about Plybon's house of not-so-horrors 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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