WINFIELD, W.Va. - Dozens of horses rescued from situations of neglect or in danger of being slaughtered are getting their chance at a new life because of a trainer showcase event that will culminate locally this weekend.
"There is nourishment like bread that feeds one part of your life and nourishment like light for another. There are many rules about restraint with the former, but only one rule for the latter - Never be satisfied. Eat and drink the soul substance, as a wick does with the oil it soaks in. Give light to the company." - Rumi
In what is fast becoming one of the most unique music festivals in the Tri-State, the Fly-In Music Festival and accompanying West Virginia Guitar Championship takes place again this weekend for the fourth year.
HUNTINGTON - The sun has set on the cafe formerly known as Moonlight Cookies. Owners Molly and Anna Paxton first opened their shop at Heritage Station in October 2018 but have decided to rebrand.
Just two opportunities remain to enjoy free music outdoors at the Pullman Square Summer Concert Series.
She's one of the most fiery characters in TV history - Julia Sugarbaker of "Designing Women," which aired on CBS for seven seasons from 1986-1993. Just Google "Designing Women Rant," and you'll get a treasure trove of videos featuring Julia's epic takedowns beautifully brought to life by the late Dixie Carter.
HUNTINGTON - ACT | The App Association, in partnership with Marshall University, will host a free, one-day public workshop in Huntington to explore the benefits of workforce development and computer science education.
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WASHINGTON - As global leaders gather on two continents to take account of a darkening economic outlook, this is the picture they face:
WASHINGTON - In the Trump era, no moment of tranquility can be taken for granted.
I went to the beach for what I thought would be a quiet August break. I returned to find President Trump plotting to annex Greenland.
HUNTINGTON - Are you ready for some football?
If the answer is "yes" then the Bluegrass State has something to offer you.
LESAGE - The hottest weather of the summer hasn't deterred Jim Boyd, 87, of South Point from dominating the golf course.