CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice declared an end to the state’s indoor mask requirement Sunday as a $1 million winner was revealed in a drawing for residents who have received the coronavirus vaccine.
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HUNTINGTON — The first winners in West Virginia’s vaccination incentive sweepstakes will be announced Sunday.
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — The number of Kentuckians vying for lucrative prizes tied to getting the COVID-19 vaccine continues to grow, Gov. Andy Beshear said.
CHARLESTON — On Thursday, Dr. Clay Marsh urged West Virginia residents to avoid becoming complacent about COVID-19, even with the easing of restrictions and as the number of new daily cases fell below 100.
HUNTINGTON — The Huntington Museum of Art has named Brian Clouse of Huntington as its Volunteer of the Year for Fiscal Year 2021.
HUNTINGTON — The Huntington Museum of Art is raising funds for the 2021 Open Door Membership Campaign, which is chaired by Dr. Peter Chirico.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University’s John Deaver Drinko Academy for American Political Institutions and Civic Culture has announced its 2021 inaugural cohort of National Society of American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA) Scholars, according to a news release. One hundred Marshall underg…
HUNTINGTON -- Several local former high school sports stars ventured far from home for college sports.
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The stars of the West Virginia North-South Football Classic were from the East.
HAMLIN, W.Va. — In 2019, Lincoln County’s Lilli Ross finished 7th in the Class AA shot put competition at the state track and field meet. In 2020, she didn’t get to compete at all due to the season being lost to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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- Ward's greatness on and off field remembered at C-K
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- Highlanders standouts commit to colleges
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- Photos: C-K community celebrates the life of Carl K. Ward
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