Wednesday, August 21, 2019
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Saturday night's latest version of a Bristol night race will go down as one of the best of all time and it will not be for who won the race or how he managed to take the checkered flag. It will be remembered more for who finished second and the emotion as he crawled out from behind the wheel as he addressed the media and the crowd.

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GLENHAYES, W.Va. - Stone Sartin has quietly made a name for himself playing in the trenches for the Tolsia Rebels football team, but the team will need his leadership if it plans on making any noise in Class A football this season.

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KENOVA - Since October of last year, Martin Transport Inc. in Kenova has grown three-fold and is on pace to accelerate that growth even further, according to Lance Schultz, who now leads the Mid-Atlantic Region as the sales and operations manager in the east for the company.

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WAYNE - Drivers headed to or from the Town of Wayne should expect traveling delays due to a hillside and road stabilization project that began this week.

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KENOVA - Kenova police arrested three people and seized nearly 200 individually wrapped doses of heroin valued about $10,000 inside a car following a traffic stop last week.

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FAIRLEA, W.Va. - Last week a "Veterans and Warriors to Agriculture Advisory Council" was formed to establish a cooperative body to tackle veteran issues through agriculture in West Virginia, according to a press release from the West Virginia Department of Agriculture.

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CHARLESTON - West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice today recommended 13 projects, totaling over $9.4 million in grants from the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Investment Program recently, including one in Kenova.

Hospice rummage sale set for Aug. 28-30

WAYNE - Wayne County Hospice will be hosting a fundraising rummage sale on Aug. 28, 29, and 30 in the parking lot of the facility, located on U.S. 152.

There is a time and place for everything, and the concept of sportsmanship is no different.

Maybe I'm just being a grouch, but I'm sorry, anybody who hits a home run against my team isn't getting a high five.

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HURRICANE - As parents and caregivers are getting their teens ready to start school, many are thinking about the vaccines that are required for 7th and 12th grade in West Virginia: Tdap (whooping cough) and meningococcal conjugate (MenACWY) vaccines.

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CHARLESTON - Utility customers are being warned about a new round of scams, according to a news release from the Public Service Commission (PSC) of West Virginia.