Did you miss something in Putnam County this week? Chances are, one of our photographers was there.
I have a confession to make. Here it is -- despite the fact that it is very popular here I do not like peanut butter and jelly.
On Monday, July 28, at noon, Kitty and I gathered, with approximately 1,200 others for the ribbon cutting and grand opening of the basketball museum in the Raleigh County community of Artie, W.Va. The unbelievable museum occupies the old post office building that was the common anchor for the community and its three churches in that immediate area.
CHARLESTON -- Looking for a late summer adventure in wild and wonderful West Virginia?
HUNTINGTON -- An expanded Conference USA schedule and games against nine teams that ended last season in postseason tournaments are on tap for Marshall University women's basketball in 2014-15.
BUFFALO, W.Va. -- High School football practice has started throughout the Mountain State.
Looking for something cool to do this weekend? Just come on downtown and find some great things happening all weekend long. Here's a look at just a few of the highlights:
HURRICANE, W.Va. -- The Putnam County Sheriff's Department during the month of July responded to 1,325 calls for assistance, and made 23 felony arrest and 98 misdemeanor arrest, according to Sheriff Steve Deweese.
CHARLESTON -- Thundering Herd fans have one week remaining to buy tickets and reserve tables for Marshall University's Paint the Capital City Green pep rally in Charleston on Thursday, Aug. 21, at the Embassy Suites hotel.
WINFIELD -- Want to make your green thumb greener and serve the community at the same time? The West Virginia University Extension Service in Putnam County is now accepting applications for the 2014 Putnam County Master Gardener Program.