HUNTINGTON — Students attending public school in Wayne County will switch to remote learning for the upcoming week after the county was designated orange on the West Virginia Department of Education’s color-coded map.
Saturday, October 24, 2020
Friday, October 23, 2020
CEREDO — The Ceredo Volunteer Fire Department has teamed up with local eatery Rocco’s for the 20th annual Sunday dinner with Rocco to raise funds for improved emergency services.
Wednesday, October 21, 2020
Hello, I’m Derrick Evans, a candidate for the West Virginia House of Delegates. I’m married to my college sweetheart, Melissa. God has blessed us with three beautiful children, with another baby boy on the way. My children are the main reason I decided to run for this position. I want to cre…
With a wishy-washy response weekly on a color-coded map none of us understand, it seems this disease is going nowhere, and sadly that means more children will be left behind seven months after the first outbreaks.
Halloween is typically a relaxed day for America’s kids to fill their coffers with candy. Children and adults often don their favorite wacky attire for a day of comic relief.
Since I had some errands to run over the weekend, I had to get up and get myself off the couch and out the door. I thought about dressing up a little, but between my throbbing tooth and swollen face – I just wasn’t feeling it.
FAIRMONT, W.Va. — East Fairmont’s growing pains continued Friday night at East-West Stadium, as the Bees fell to Tolsia is a hard-fought clash, 22-14, in high school football action.
HUNTINGTON — The third annual Bucks4Barks Fundraiser to benefit the Western West Virginia Animal Rescue Alliance (WWVARA), the 501©(3) that benefits the Huntington Cabell Wayne Animal Shelter, is going on now.
CEREDO — The Pallottine Foundation of Huntington on Thursday awarded a grant to Golden Girl Group Home to develop a fitness center for the benefit of its residents.
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- Donald Wilson Mills of Huntington
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- George Edward Sparks of Keystone Heights, Fla., and Louisa, Ky.
- John Jay Justice Jr. of Chesapeake, Ohio, formerly Huntington