The weekend will start out with cloudy skies along with scattered snow showers on Saturday. The high temperature will make it up to 42 degrees.
The Winter Olympics closed on Sunday, Feb. 23, in Sochi, Russia, where lots of snow was needed and expected. Most of us watched them by television in places where we did not expect so much snow.
Did you miss something in Putnam County this week? Chances are, one of our photographers was there.
WINFIELD -- The follow ing information comes from Putnam County Sheriff's Department incident reports:
INSTITUTE -- West Virginia State University Extension Service, in cooperation with the West Virginia Department of Agriculture, will offer a "Good Handling Practices/Good Agricultural Practices" training from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 21, in WVSU's Erickson Alumni Center in Institute.
HURRICANE -- The air might have been icy and forbidding on the outside of the Barnyard Barbecue in Hurricane on Friday, Jan. 24, but inside, the atmosphere was electric with the sounds of great bluegrass music as nearly 100 people came together for a benefit show for their friend and fellow musician, John "Buckwheat" Green, who had heart bypass surgery in early November and hadn't yet been able to return to work.
The weekend will start out with mostly cloudy skies along with some late day snow showers Saturday. The high temperature will be 32 degrees.
HURRICANE -- The Hurricane Tractor Supply Company store on Teays Valley Road has been recognized with the Class Champion Award for achieving at least a 15 percent transaction percentage and raising a minimum of $300 for Paper Clover donations.
Teays Physical Therapy Center Inc., & The Putnam Herald are pleased to present this week's Gamer of the Week award to Trenton Spears of Calvary Baptist Academy.
WINFIELD -- Leadership Putnam County is ready to begin grooming its next class of leaders starting on April 3.