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Salvation Army seeks help from community

Nov. 28, 2013 @ 12:00 AM

HUNTINGTON -- The Salvation Army is seeking the community's help with its Red Kettle and Angel Tree programs.

Red Kettle volunteers are out and accepting donations at a variety of area locations.

Angels can be adopted at area Walmart locations, the Huntington Mall, K-Mart and the Big Lots in West Huntington.

To volunteer as a bell-ringer or for more information about the Angel Tree program, call 304-529-2401.

Judge: Ex-Mingo judge properly notified of lawsuit

CHARLESTON -- A Kanawha County judge has denied former Mingo County Circuit Court Michael Thornsbury's petition to dismiss a lawsuit filed against him by his former secretary.

Media outlets report that Circuit Court Judge Tod Kaufman ruled Tuesday that Thornsbury received proper notice of Kim Woodruff's lawsuit.

Woodruff's lawsuit alleges that Thornsbury sexually harassed her and wrongly fired her.

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