HUNTINGTON - Logan Nelson began selling chicken eggs collected from his family's farm to people calling on the phone or messaging through Facebook. Word of mouth spread, and that evolved into selling eggs on the side of the roadway.
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Because some schools are tired of Huntington St. Joe dominating girls Class A high school basketball in West Virginia, the Secondary School Activities Commission has decided to punish Winfield.
VIERA, Fla. - Four Wayne County athletes are being recognized with the opportunity to play on the USSSA All American team, which will compete at the USSSA Space Coast Complex on July 28-Aug. 3.
EAST LYNN - A bridge in East Lynn is officially donning a new name after a ceremony on July 6 dedicating it to CPL Lee Roy Young, who was killed during the Korean War.
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CHARLESTON - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is warning consumers to be on guard when notified of winning a sweepstakes, especially those associated with the name of a legitimate company or government agency.
LOGAN - The Aracoma Story, Inc., is inviting all descendants of the feuding families to Chief Logan State Park on Thursday, July 18, for "Descendants Night" at "Deadly Divide: The Hatfield McCoy Story."
The former Spring Valley High School girls soccer standout was one of several local former prep stars who played last season at the University of Rio Grande. A senior, Slone was named to the River States Conference scholar-athlete team. Slone played in 18 games last season and 74 for her career. She finished with two assists.
Sitting in the heat and humidity after a thunderstorm rolled through the night before, I watched the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup Championship match between the United States and the Netherlands sitting on the porch of a cabin in the middle of the mountains of Webster County.
Man arrested with meth in underwear
WAYNE - A man was arrested over the weekend after a police investigation uncovered a Detroit man transporting Crystal Methamphetamine in his underwear.
HUNTINGTON - A Florida man was caught by Transportation Security Administration officers at Huntington Tri-State Airport on Sunday with a loaded .380 caliber handgun, marking the sixth gun caught at the airport's checkpoint so far this year and the second within a four-day span.