GLEN HAYES — Tolsia High School Bible Club students assisted Christian Help of Mingo County in preparing for their annual Christmas giveaway on Monday, Dec. 9.
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
HUNTINGTON — Nearly three months after a vehicle rammed through the front of the U.S. Post Office building in Ceredo, the post office is expected to resume full operation soon, according to a Postal Service spokesman.
HUNTINGTON — The newly renovated Memorial Student Center on Marshall University’s Huntington campus reopened late last week with a more modern design and wholesale changes to the overall appearance of the building.
Sunday, December 08, 2019
HUNTINGTON — Sara Wyrick Catron says being a stay-at-home mom was a part of her life journey that she believed would also eventually lead to following her career path after her children were grown.
Saturday, December 07, 2019
Wednesday, December 04, 2019
HUNTINGTON — Westmoreland Chapter and Buford Chapter National Society Daughters of the American Revolution met for a joint meeting on Nov. 16 in the Hampton Room of the Woodlands Retirement Community in Huntington.
CANAAN VALLEY, W.Va. — Last month during a joint Conference of the West Virginia TRIO Association and the West Virginia Association of Student Personnel Administrators (WVASPA) hosted at Canaan Valley Resort in Tucker County, W.Va., Wayne County native Marlenea Brand was recognized as West V…
WAYNE — A group from Wayne High School is among six classrooms in West Virginia being recognized nationally for inspiring change in their local communities through STEM education.
HUNTINGTON — After an extended waiting period, a hazardous road slip on Spring Valley Drive is scheduled to receive some much needed attention beginning early next week.
WAYNE — United States Senator Joe Manchin III joined with Democratic leaders from throughout West Virginia in honoring Patricia Beckett as one of West Virginia’s Outstanding Democrats of the Year.
Wednesday, November 27, 2019
CHARLESTON — A group of 20 students enrolled in career and technical education (CTE) courses at Tolsia High School claimed the top prize in the first-ever food trailer competition hosted by the West Virginia Department of Education at the Capitol Complex in Charleston on Thursday.
Tuesday, November 26, 2019
WAYNE — Students in the fourth and eighth grades were recognized by the Wayne County Farm Bureau during the latest meeting for winning a poster and photo contest hosted by the organization.
For many years, Wayne High School has had the tradition of graduating on our football field. Due to inclement weather, the past three graduations have been moved into the gym.