MILTON - Next to Christmas, Halloween appears to be one of the most fun times to decorate your home.
Given the stretch of time from Labor Day in early September to the unofficial holiday in late October, there's plenty of time to do it.
- Event focuses on life of Mary Draper Ingles
- Many in Tri-State already decorating for Halloween
- Visually impaired adults tour radio museum
- Chuck's MU/WVU report card
- During a speech Sept. 12, President Trump promised a "tax cut for the middle-income people" to be announced "sometime this year." Would you support or oppose a middle-class tax cut at this time?
BARBOURSVILLE — Steele Memorial United Methodist Church in Barboursville will celebrate its 60th anniversary at its location on Union Avenue and Shaw Street on Sept. 29. This event will be an open house to all in the community.
HUNTINGTON — Before the first World War ever took place or before the Titanic was even a thought, Marshall and Ohio met in battle on the football field. The inaugural game took place in 1905 with Marshall earning a 6-5 win over the Bobcats in Huntington. Fast forward 114 years later and everything about the game has changed — rules, protective gear, schemes — everything.
Five Points to Ponder by Grant Traylor
It's that time again.
West Virginia University (1-1) hosts N.C. State (2-0) at noon Saturday in Milan Puskar Stadium while Marshall University (1-1) hosts Ohio University (1-1) at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Joan C. Edwards Stadium.
Quarterbacks — Ohio: Nathan Rourke has proven his mettle over the last few years as a dual-threat quarterback for the Bobcats. The one thing that stands out about Rourke is his efficiency. He simply does not make mistakes. Rourke also can hurt you with his feet, having thrown for 5,000 yards while rushing for just under 1,800 yards in his career. Marshall's Isaiah Green looks to get back on track after a tough performance in Boise.
HUNTINGTON - United Bank's move to downtown Huntington was celebrated Thursday by company officials and others with a grand opening and a ribbon-cutting with the Huntington Regional Chamber of Commerce. United Bank had announced in July it was opening a new office in the the first floor of 517 9th St. in the tall structure that has gone by various names previously, including the Robson Prichard Building, the Chafin Building, the Guaranty Bank Building and the First Sentry Bank Building. For a while, it housed the downtown branch of Fifth Third Bank.
A Wyoming County native with more than a decade of newspaper circulation experience is joining HD Media as group vice president of audience development.
The Cleveland (Ohio) Plain Dealer published this editorial on Sept. 6:
Dave Yost is the elected attorney general of all Ohioans, but he refuses to demonstrate he gets what that means.
Chuck Landon Grades the Herd Marshall 33, Ohio 31
OFFENSE: B It faced a real gut-check moment when Ohio took a fourth-quarter lead. But it passed the test, literally, with a seven-play, 75-yard drive for the win. Yet, it can't keep disappearing in the third quarter. That could become problematic.
WINFIELD, W.Va. - Bailey Fisher scored off an assist from Dani Ray to give Hurricane a 1-0 victory over Winfield Saturday in girls high school soccer.