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VIOLENT CRIME EDGING UP: Violent crime in West Virginia rose slightly for a third consecutive year in 2011, bucking the national trend and that set by neighboring states in Kentucky and Ohio. Each of the three states had an increase in property crime, according to an annual report released Monday by the FBI. Get more details from the Tri-State area on today's front page.
CIRCUIT CLERK TO RETIRE: Cabell County Circuit Clerk Adell Chandler will retire at the end of this month, ending her tenure of 23 years in that position. Read more about her years of service on our Local page.
BOYD COUNTY INDICTMENTS: Get the latest courts and crime news from our area in our regional coverage.
FOLK-FASHIONED GOSPEL: Boldly based in the indie rock haven of Brooklyn, N.Y., the young Spirit Family Reunion has been making a joyful noise the freewheelin,’ folk-fashioned way and spreading the gospel of good porch music from the Newport Folk Festival and beyond. Read more about the band, slated to perform at the Keith-Albee Performing Arts Center on Sunday, on our Life page.
BRENDA LUCAS: Wondering what your neighbors are up to? Read all the gossip that's fit to print in Brenda Lucas' column.
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