IRONTON — Lawrence County Commissioner DeAnna Holliday was once again elected by the board to serve as president in 2021. She also served as president in 2020.
- Photos: People spend time at Lake William
- Kentucky State Police ask for help in identifying body
- High-tech indoor farmer AppHarvest starts shipping tomatoes
- Lawrence commission makes appointments for 2021
- Four troopers to join Ashland branch of Kentucky State Police
- West Virginia opens new vaccine registration Monday
- New trial date set for manhunt suspect
CHARLESTON — A new vaccine registration system is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Monday in West Virginia.
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County woman was among the 17 COVID-19 deaths reported in West Virginia on Saturday.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Gov. Andy Beshear watched teachers get vaccinated against COVID-19 on Friday and later headlined a memorial ceremony for the thousands of Kentuckians who have died from the virus.
American intellectual Mason Cooley famously said, “Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.”
Dan Chandler was 7 years old the first time he went through his father’s scrapbook of old Army pictures. Those photos created a desire for the military that would alter Chandler’s life for four decades of flying.
Christopher Manske with his new book, “The Prepared Investor,” has given us a practical roadmap of how to prepare, plan and execute for the next crisis that can and will affect our financial independence.
CENTENARY, Ohio -- Maddie Ward scored 13 points, seven in the decisive fourth quarter, to help Chesapeake pull away for a 37-30 victory over Gallia Academy Saturday in girls high school basketball.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ road magic have them heading home to the Super Bowl, the first team to play in one on their home field.
Just like No. 14 West Virginia, which ended a two-week span of no games on Saturday with a 69-47 win at Kansas State, No. 12 Texas Tech will end its own game drought with a trip to Morgantown for a Big Monday showdown on ESPN. The game will tip at 9 p.m.
The question of whether the United States needs more pipeline capacity to carry natural gas, natural gas liquids, crude oil and petroleum products over long distances returned last week when President Joe Biden, on his first day in office, issued an executive order canceling permits for the …
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- Lawsuit accuses Cabell County Schools of failing to protect student from sexual abuse
- “I don’t know what treason is:” Hurricane woman faces charges after accused of entering US Capitol
- Sources: Majority of Herd’s 2020 staff will not return
- Herd football staff starting to come together
- Police roundup: Pikeville teen jailed on child porn charges
- Marshall board signs off on Huff's hiring
- Police roundup: Wayne County couple found after more than 450 grams of meth, heroin found
- Huntington-filmed streaming series 'Normal for Now' takes on pandemic life
- Chuck Landon: Mississippi St. was linch-pin for MU hiring Huff
- Lucky few hit COVID-19 vaccine jackpot for rare extra doses
- Photos: Drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic
- Photos: Day of Service
- Photos: LesMills BodyCombat course at The Rec
- Photos: Marshall University students return to residence halls
- Photos: Marshall vs. WKU, men's basketball
- Photos: Girl's High School Basketball, Ashland vs. Morgan County
- Photos: Boy's High School Basketball, Ashland vs Robertson County
- Photos: South Point vs. Gallia Academy, boys basketball
- Photos: Marshall vs. FIU, women's basketball
- Photos: Chesapeake vs. Coal Grove, girls basketball