Two Ohio roads closed for repair
IRONTON -- While County Road 22 (Lawrence Street Road) has reopened to traffic after a bridge project that took several months, several other county roads are closed, according to County Engineer Doug Cade.
County Road 64 will be closed at mile post 1490 due to a collapsed culvert. The road will be closed until county crews can make repairs.
County Road 32 also will be closed at mile post 2000 until further notice due to a landslide that has made the road impassable.
Paula Vega Cakes celebrates three years
HUNTINGTON — Paula Vega Cakes, LLC, is celebrating its third anniversary in business this Saturday, Aug. 24.
Festivities from noon to 3 p.m. include a cupcake social, free “cronut” holes and an appearance by Miss West Virginia Teen International 2013 Katie WIlson. From 1 to 2 p.m. will be an appearance from Batman, Robin and Catwoman.
Former MU Board members to HEPC
HUNTINGTON — Four men were appointed by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to the Higher Education Policy Commission, including two former members of the Marshall University Board of Governors.
Those include Huntington attorney Michael Farrell, who served on the board for more than 10 years and also was named the interim president before President Stephen Kopp was hired.
Farrell’s most recent term on the Marshall board expired June 30. Also being named is Gary White from Logan. He is president of International Resource Partners. White most recently served on Marshall’s board in 2010.
The other HEPC members to be appointed are Dr. Bruce Berry of Morgantown and Dr. John Leon from Fairmont.
The appointments require the advice and consent of the West Virginia Senate.
Genealogy Workshop rescheduled to Aug. 31
HUNTINGTON — The Genealogy Workshop which was scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Cabell County Public Library has been rescheduled.
The workshop is now set for 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31.
Call (304) 528-5700 for more information.
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