CEREDO — It’s officially autumn, and businesses and residents in the Ceredo-Kenova area are gearing up for another year full of seasonal fun as the annual C-K AutumnFest kicks off with the 2019 scarecrow contest.
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Two separate acts of vandalism at Wayne Park over the past week have left town officials in Wayne puzzled as they dig for more information on the incidents.
MATEWAN — Local fishing enthusiasts in the Tug Valley area now have a new one stop spot where they can buy all of their fishing needs. The Fish Trap, located at 2825 Rt. 65 in Matewan, officially opened for business on Saturday, Sept. 21 after much anticipation from the fishing community.
Washington, D.C. – Congresswoman Miller (R-WV) announced today ten POWER grants totaling $8,743,469 from the Appalachian Regional Commission to the tri-state area.
Defying the NCAA, California has become the first state to legalize cash payments to college athletes for endorsement deals, starting in 2023. The move — which prohibits California universities from barring such deals — has kick-started a national conversation and a flurry of similar legisla…
WAYNE — Carol Jarrell has stepped foot on the grass at Pioneer Field more times than she can count, but never had she flipped the coin before a Wayne Pioneer football game.
If the Riverside football team wanted to score the upset over Spring Valley, the last thing it needed to do was start off slow. Yet that was the first thing that happened.
Spring Valley High School should just get it over with and rename itself “Linemen High” with the torrent of ‘big guy’ talent that has walked the halls over the past decade.
Hello all. I hope your week has been well. Mine has been pretty good, but just a tad bit busier than I would like. That’s OK, I guess. It beats being bored. We have had some sort of function to attend every weekend now for the past few weeks, and last weekend was no exception.
With hunting season just around the corner, hundreds of thousands of hunters in West Virginia are preparing to head into the woods. Hunting, obvious to any native West Virginian, has always been an important part of our culture here in the Mountain State. Many do this for sport, to connect t…
If there is one thing the collective population of West Virginia is passionate about, it’s our love for the Mountain State — and we will do anything and everything to defend the honor and pride we have for our ‘Mountain Mama’.
For as long as our great nation has existed, newspapers have been part of the fabric that strengthens our democracy and makes our communities stronger.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Chadrick Fulks will one day be strapped to a gurney and given a lethal injection. The government will kill him because of his crimes, which included the slaying of Marshall University student Samantha Burns in 2002.
WAYNE — Stepping Stones Youth Transition Project recently received funding from the Claude Worthington Benedum Foundation to implement the evidence based Seven Challenges Substance Treatment program for youth in residential treatment, tiny home village and in the community.