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CHARLESTON — The American Red Cross West Virginia Region seeks volunteers to help install 100,000 free smoke alarms during a two-week push of Sound the Alarm home fire safety events next month. There are a number of ways you can be involved depending on your interests and skill sets and training will be provided. Home visit teams consisting of an installer, educator and documenter will install alarms and work with the family to create home escape plans and provide safety education.

Do you know of an outstanding high school senior who is graduating this year? The Herald-Dispatch is seeking submissions for its 2019 Tri-State Star Students. Tell us in 25 words or less about the graduate's accomplishments, including academic, sports and artistic achievements; leadership roles; community service and other talents.

One of the top girl high jumpers in the state is happy track season has arrived so she can concentrate on pushing the bar up some this season. Nadia Legros, a junior on Hurricane High School's track team, finished sixth last year at the AAA State Track Championships with a leap of 5 feet, despite nursing a sore hamstring.

On March 13, on Great Teays Boulevard, the young ladies of Girl Scout Troop No. 10027 sold cookies, signaling the beginning of spring.

BUFFALO, W.Va. — A doubling of one production line and the addition of 123 jobs were announced Thursday by officials at the Toyota Motor Manufacturing facility in Buffalo in Putnam County.

HURRICANE — Brooke Welch, an exceptional senior at Hurricane High School, has been recognized as one of the country's most outstanding high school leaders by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation and has been awarded a $20,000 college scholarship, according to a news release from Coca-Cola.