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Logan finds gem in freshman QB David Early
Logan finds gem in freshman QB David Early
5 big games: Bridgeport-Wheeling Park matches defending champs
5 big games: Bridgeport-Wheeling Park matches defending champs
Logan finds gem in freshman QB David Early
Logan finds gem in freshman QB David Early
5 big games: Bridgeport-Wheeling Park matches defending champs
5 big games: Bridgeport-Wheeling Park matches defending champs
Kanawha Valley Football Player of the Week: Buffalo’s Dylan Lucas
Kanawha Valley Football Player of the Week: Buffalo’s Dylan Lucas

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PHOTOS: A summer wedding at the Capitol
PHOTOS: A summer wedding at the Capitol

Ashley Buddin and Matt Spencer were married Monday at the state Capitol grounds. The couple chose the south side, or river side, of the Capitol building to have their summer wedding.

Charleston police arrest man wanted to testify in murder trial
Charleston police arrest man wanted to testify in murder trial

Charleston police arrested a witness in a murder case Monday afternoon, after a judge demanded he be found when he didn’t show up to testify.

Mylan to offer half-price generic EpiPen

EpiPen maker Mylan Pharmaceuticals announced Monday morning that it would introduce a generic version of the life-saving allergy injection at half the price of the brand-name product, after politicians blasted the company for a drug coupon program seen as a public relations Band-aid.

Frontier: Citynet seeks revenge in 6-year vendetta
Frontier: Citynet seeks revenge in 6-year vendetta

Frontier Communications has asked a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit against the company, saying a disgruntled competitor has taken part in a six-year vendetta against Frontier and West Virginia officials over a project that aimed to expand high-speed internet.

$2M natural gas truck facility planned for Clendenin
$2M natural gas truck facility planned for Clendenin

MarkWest, a natural gas company with operations in several states, is planning to build a trucking facility for natural gas liquids near Clendenin.

Mylan, still facing criticism over EpiPen, to offer generic version
Mylan, still facing criticism over EpiPen, to offer generic version

Mylan will start selling a cheaper version of its EpiPen after absorbing waves of criticism over a list price for the emergency allergy treatment that has grown to $608 for a two-pack, making it unaffordable for many patients.

Smithers man killed wife, deputies say
Smithers man killed wife, deputies say

Deputies say a Smithers man killed his wife on Sunday.

Charleston police arrest man wanted to testify in murder trial
Charleston police arrest man wanted to testify in murder trial

Charleston police arrested a witness in a murder case Monday afternoon, after a judge demanded he be found when he didn’t show up to testify.

Frontier: Citynet seeks revenge in 6-year vendetta
Frontier: Citynet seeks revenge in 6-year vendetta

Frontier Communications has asked a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit against the company, saying a disgruntled competitor has taken part in a six-year vendetta against Frontier and West Virginia officials over a project that aimed to expand high-speed internet.

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Gene Wilder, star of Mel Brooks movies, dies at 83
Gene Wilder, star of Mel Brooks movies, dies at 83

Gene Wilder, an actor whose work with comics Mel Brooks and Richard Pryor made him one of the most popular stars of the 1970s and whose memorable portrayals of neurotics and eccentrics included the hilariously mad scientist in “Young Frankenstein,” died Sunday at his home in Stamford, Conn. He was 83.

R.E.M. “Mountain Stage” appearance to get an official release
R.E.M. “Mountain Stage” appearance to get an official release

A 1991 “Mountain Stage” radio show headlined by a near legendary appearance by pop band R.E.M. will be featured on the band’s upcoming 25th anniversary re-release of its record “Out of Time.”

Dear Abby: I feel guilty for avoiding news, which worsens my anxiety
Dear Abby: I feel guilty for avoiding news, which worsens my anxiety

Dear Abby: Clearly, America is in a state of turmoil. I am horrified and ashamed of the senseless death occurring daily.

Innerviews: Lawyer traces journey to drug-free life in wheelchair
Innerviews: Lawyer traces journey to drug-free life in wheelchair

Two dates define him. They mark the end of one life, the beginning of another.

Write Your Own Column: Unexpected job turns into a career
Write Your Own Column: Unexpected job turns into a career

Our phone rang, and as I answered, I heard a woman’s voice saying, “My name is Helen Yater. I’m Mr. Mose Boiarsky’s legal secretary and I have a problem. I take off every summer to spend time with my young daughter. I’ve advertised in the newspapers for a replacement until school starts, and I’ve had no response.

McCoy: WV biologists hope early September bear hunt attracts lots of hunters
McCoy: WV biologists hope early September bear hunt attracts lots of hunters

West Virginia’s coalfield counties soon will be home to one of the earliest big-game hunting seasons the state has ever seen.

Muzzleloader enthusiasts will cover black powder basics in Sept. 24 seminar
Muzzleloader enthusiasts will cover black powder basics in Sept. 24 seminar

TORNADO — To a casual observer, black powder shooting looks terribly complicated:

Park Service’s 100th birthday celebrated at New River Gorge, Harpers Ferry
Park Service’s 100th birthday celebrated at New River Gorge, Harpers Ferry

The 100th birthday of the National Park Service was celebrated Thursday by two West Virginia units of the Service’s 412-site system by recognizing 60 people who hiked 100 miles this year on trails within the New River Gorge National River and by hosting a ceremony in which 20 new U.S. citizens took the oath of citizenship at Harpers Ferry National Historical Park in Jefferson County.

Funerals for: August 29, 2016

Adkins, Esther 11 a.m., Walnut Grove Church, Hamlin.


Butcher, Tommie 2 p.m., O'Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.


Caldwell, Amy 7 p.m., Casdorph and Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans.


Foster, Kathryn 2 p.m., Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, Cross Lanes.


Hedrick, Theodore D. 11 a.m., Stevens & Grass Funeral Home, Malden.


Long, Marlene 1 p.m., Oak Hill Church of the Nazarene, Oak Hil.


Searls, Danny 1 p.m., Allen Funeral Home, Hurricane.


Shahan, Bill 1 p.m., Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston.


Wears, Weldon 11 a.m., Mt. Union United Methodist Church, Pliny.


West, Betty 2 p.m., Calvary Baptist Church, Charleston.


Young, Flora 1 p.m., Cooke Funeral Home Chapel, Nitro.