HUNTINGTON - The following leaders and organizations issued statements Wednesday in the wake of Huntington native and businessman Mike Perry's death:
HUNTINGTON - His wisdom and genuine kindness. His ability to bring out the best in people. His absolutely relentless commitment to improving his community and state.
William T. and Dottie Bare to Amber Cade et al, a parcel in Union Township, $49,130.
Richard C. and Betsy A. Mountain to Michael G. Finley, a parcel in Ironton 2nd Ward, $95,000.
HUNTINGTON - A Cabell Midland High School student was charged with sexual assault Wednesday after allegedly forcing a 14-year-old girl to have sex with him, according to authorities.
IRONTON - Three people were indicted Wednesday on charges in connection with the Jan. 13 killing of a South Point area man. They were among 27 people, including three sealed drug indictments, indicted b
HUNTINGTON - A program exploring alternatives for treating substance abuse disorders will take place at 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 4, at Marshall University.
The W.Va. Senate passed a bill that would exempt certain businesses from smoking bans.
The Tri-State lost one of its best friends Wednesday when Mike Perry died at age 78.
HUNTINGTON — The following leaders and organizations issued statements Wednesday in the wake of Huntington native and businessman Mike Perry’s passing.
A free public forum is set for 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26 at Huntington Middle School auditorium. Some of the possible topcis to be discussed includes: digital drama, sexting, digital footprints and photo sharing.