HUNTINGTON — The Cabell County Board of Education will conduct its regular board meeting at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 15, in the Central Office Board Meeting Room at 2850 5th Ave. in Huntington. At this meeting, the board will discuss and vote on personnel, financial and policy issues.
- Personal Leave Incentive Program up for approval at Cabell BOE meeting
- Drug court returns to in-person graduations with joyous celebration
- Photos: C-K community celebrates the life of Carl K. Ward
- WVU joining Conference USA as affiliate member in men's soccer in 2022
- Monday night obituary update
- Thinner Mints: Girl Scouts have millions of unsold cookies
- Distributors attempt to disprove gateway theory at opioid trial
HUNTINGTON — West Virginia reported 94 new cases of COVID-19 on Friday.
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear on Friday declared his state’s deadly fight against COVID-19 a “success story” as he ended most pandemic restrictions, and said his state lessened the crisis because Kentuckians ultimately put science ahead of politics.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia is about five percentage points away from meeting its goal of at least partially vaccinating 65% of all eligible residents before a mask mandate drops June 20.
This 15-year-old ambitious young man is Jacob. He is a good student, enjoys playing video games and being outdoors. He is athletic and a great team player. He has played basketball, baseball and is interested in playing for his school’s football team. Jacob’s favorite color is red and favori…
HUNTINGTON — The Huntington Museum of Art is raising funds for the 2021 Open Door Membership Campaign, which is chaired by Dr. Peter Chirico.
Currently Oprah and Prince Harry are bringing attention to mental health issues. It was a pleasant surprise, therefore, to learn that one of our own Huntington citizens has written a book, “Sorry for the Inconvenience,” which is a novel on that subject with some romantic interest.
On Monday, Conference USA announced the addition of West Virginia as an affiliate member for men's soccer, starting in 2022. The move means that national champion Marshall now has its in-state foe as a conference rival in the sport.
HUNTINGTON -- Ironton High School's Jim Dyer is the Ohio Valley Conference softball coach of the year after leading the Fighting Tigers to the league championship and the region finals.
HUNTINGTON — Kentucky Christian University baseball coaches said they thought they were getting a steal when Huntington High third baseman Evan Juniper signed with the Knights.
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- Time Saver Auto Title & Notary permanently closes all locations
- Ona man to appear in episode of ‘Forged in Fire’ on History Channel
- ANDREA LYNN ROY
- Cabell Commission approves litigation resolutions involving Robert Newlon Airport
- Mary Donnan, wife of former Herd football coach, dies
- Former Ironton, Herd football great Cyrus dead
- McCallister brothers face new indictment in shooting of man
- Brumfields combine for 875 baseball victories
- Former Cabell Midland star Jeffrey to pitch in Draft League
- Chuck Landon: Give O'Malley a chance at MU
- Photos: Drag Me to Brunch Picnic Edition
- Photos: The Addams Family the Musical at Ritter Park
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Huntington, baseball
- Photos: Art in the Park
- Photos: Tri State Street Rods annual car show
- Photos: 14th Street West Arts Fest
- Photos: Old Central City Days returns for 30th anniversary
- Photos: Final round of the Bettinardi Classic
- Photos: Greenhouse High Tunnel Open House at HEMS
- Photos: Huntington Comic and Toy Convention