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MARSHALL STUDENTS PRESENT RESEARCH: Dozens of Marshall University students in the fields of biology, biomedical sciences, chemistry, computer science, geology, mathematics, physics and psychology showcased their research Friday during the annual research day presented by Sigma Xi. Read more on our Region page.
CABELL CIRCUIT COURT: A Huntington woman was ordered to pay restitution and serve home confinement in connection with credit card fraud. Find more details on this and other recent sentencings on our Local page.
FACES OF THE TRI-STATE: Danielle Arthur considers herself a talkative, easy going person who greets those she meets with a “honey,” “sweetie” or “dear.” The Milton native graduated Marshall University with a criminal justice degree, and later became a dispatcher at Cabell County 911 and followed in her grandfather’s footsteps by joining their hometown fire department. Each aspect of Arthur’s life revolves around a central theme — caring for others. Read more in our weekly Faces of the Tri-State feature on our Community page.
NORTHERN BLUEGRASS, EH? You may not think there is much bluegrass music in the Canadian Province of Nova Scotia. Yet, the Nova Scotia Bluegrass and Old Time Music Festival will have its 42nd annual get-together in April. Hailing from that part of the world, from the apple tree-laden Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia, is the red hot bluegrass band called the Spinney Brothers. Following their appearance on the cover of last month’s Bluegrass Unlimited Magazine, the Spinney Brothers will be returning to the Mountaineer Opry House today, May 4. Read more about the band on our Life page.
BRENDA LUCAS: Get the latest community news, birthday listings and more in Brenda Lucas' column.
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