HUNTINGTON — The Marshall University Memorial Student Center transformed into a festive oasis Thursday as community members gathered to celebrate Herd Holiday.
- Herd Holiday brings winter cheer to Marshall community
- Man admits guilt in Huntington drug trade operation
- Photos: South Point vs. Fairland, girls basketball
- Police roundup: Shoplifting, battery listed among HPD reports
- Photos: Barboursville Christmas Parade
- Photos: 2021 Herd Holiday
- Second round of school-based COVID vaccine clinics set
HUNTINGTON — The Cabell-Huntington Health Department is partnering with Cabell County Schools to offer first and second doses of COVID-19 vaccine at middle schools beginning Monday, Dec. 6, according to a news release.
NEW YORK (AP) — Just a day after the U.S. announced its first case of the omicron variant of the coronavirus had been detected in California, health officials announced Thursday it was found in a man who attended an anime convention in New York City in late November.
HUNTINGTON — Active COVID-19 cases increased in West Virginia on Wednesday to 6,267 — 467 more than Tuesday — with 1,155 of those reported overnight, according to the state Department of Health and Human Resources coronavirus dashboard.
Still round the corner, there may wait, a new road or a secret gate. — J. R. Tolkien
CHARLESTON — Sponsored by Vision Appalachia, a “Christmas in Appalachia” benefit holiday concert will get underway at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 4, at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center.
HUNTINGTON — Whether you’re looking for a Christmas gift or just looking for a place to warm up, the Old Village Roaster is a great place to visit this holiday season.
HUNTINGTON — Last Friday, James Scott was great Scott.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University volleyball signee Elli Barry said playing for the Thundering Herd “felt like home.”
Marshall running back Rasheen Ali was named as a semifinalist for the Shaun Alexander Freshman of the Year Award on Thursday. Ali, a Cleveland, Ohio, native, was one of 14 nominees for the prestigious award.
Felman Production is one of the few plants in America that produces ferroalloys — amalgamations of iron and other metals — that are essential to the steel-making process. It’s one of those hard, hot and dirty industries that feels like a blast (furnace) from the past, but it is still necessa…
Having endured bumpy seasons of global trade fights and slumping commodity prices, Kentucky agriculture appears poised to reap record-setting cash receipts this year — fueled by strong crop yields and surging grain exports, agricultural economists said Thursday.
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- Arrest warrant issued for replacement worker at Cabell Huntington Hospital
- Huntington High tops Cabell Midland, advances to state championship
- Lyzenga leaves a legacy of peace, love and music
- ALEXIS “LEXI” KAY MASSIE
- Drug charges against ex-Marshall football player dropped
- Ironton man sentenced to prison on trespassing charge
- Police roundup: Woman arrested after girl reports assault
- JAMES PAUL DILLON
- Bond increased in Lawrence County cases
- Highlanders respect title foe Martinsburg
- Photos: Huntington vs. Cabell Midland, Class AAA state football semifinal
- Photos: Polar Express viewing and dinner with Santa at the Venetian Estate
- Photos: City of Huntington Tree Lighting Ceremony
- Photos: Small Business Saturday
- Photos: Huntington Dance Theatre rehearses for "The Nutcracker"
- Photos: 63rd annual Model Railroad Show
- Photos: Marshall fans tailgate before WKU game
- Photos: 2021 Ironton Christmas Parade
- Photos: St. Joe vs. Raceland, girls basketball
- Photos: Thundering Herd falls to the Hilltoppers, 53-21