The following obituaries have been provided by local funeral homes. Read our complete obituaries in The Herald-Dispatch on Tuesday and at www.herald-dispatch.com.
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BEIJING — Genetic material collected at a Chinese market near where the first human cases of COVID-19 were identified show raccoon dog DNA comingled with the virus, suggesting the pandemic may have originated from animals, not from a lab, international experts say.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia has surpassed 8,000 coronavirus deaths, according to state health figures released Wednesday.
On the third anniversary of the COVID-19 pandemic, the virus is still spreading and the death toll is nearing 7 million worldwide. Yet most people have resumed their normal lives, thanks to a wall of immunity built from infections and vaccines.
Easter is Sunday, April 9 this year. Here are events for all ages:
Chocolate anything is my kind of indulgence, but when it’s chocolate chocolate — well, um, that’s maybe not life changing, but it’s certainly mood changing.
“Remember the acronym G-BOMBS, which stands for Greens, Beans, Onions, Mushrooms, Berries and Seeds. These foods fuel your body with protective micronutrients and phytochemicals that support your immune defenses and have a wide range of health-promoting effects. And here’s a bonus: They’re d…
There are dissidents in every crowd.
ONA -- Spring Valley (6-0) scored three runs in the top of the seventh inning to pull away for a 6-2 victory over Cabell Midland (2-1) Thursday in high school baseball.
MORGANTOWN — When junior standout Sharron Young went down at the end of January with a broken shooting hand, his Morgantown teammates weren’t sure what to think.
The time is nearing when hundreds of eighth graders in this area will make the jump to high school. Do schools still have eighth grade graduations? If so, and in the unlikely event someone like me were invited to give a motivational speech, here is some of the advice I would give those students:
HUNTINGTON — The 10th annual West Virginia Makes Festival will take place on Oct. 6 and will have a new award.
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- Bus driver who left students at McDonald's no longer employed with Cabell County Schools
- Huntington bridge to close starting Monday
- Feds, local law enforcement conduct 'largest seizure of methamphetamine in WV history'
- Bridge painting project postponed
- Stepping Stones celebrates tiny home village
- Beckley singer to appear on 'American Idol' on Sunday
- Chuck Landon: Will Stephens be MU's new coach?
- Painters' union officials say Nucor uses mostly out-of-state labor in mills' construction phases
- Marshall medical students learn where they are headed next through Match Day 2023
- Huntington launches response team focused on homelessness, mental health
- Photos: Marshall University kicks off high school tour
- Photos: High school baseball, Spring Valley vs. Huntington
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Hurricane, baseball
- Photos: "Hoppy Easter" at the Huntington Mall
- Photos: Spikefest, Saturday
- Photos: Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine celebrates Match Day
- Photos: East Huntington Kiwanis Club Pancake Festival
- Photos: High school softball, Spring Valley vs. Huntington
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Ashland, baseball
- Photos: The Artstream Nomadic Gallery visits HMA