Girls basketball final regular season standings and statistics — Feb. 20
Girls basketball final regular season standings and statistics — Feb. 20
Prep basketball roundup: Sissonville girls advance in sectional
Prep basketball roundup: Sissonville girls advance in sectional
Sources: Marshall football to hire former Virginia Tech star Cornell Brown
Sources: Marshall football to hire former Virginia Tech star Cornell Brown
WVU Tech men’s basketball sweeps conference postseason awards
WVU Tech men’s basketball sweeps conference postseason awards
WVU Tech basketball players sweep RSC player of the week awards
WVU Tech basketball players sweep RSC player of the week awards

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Concerns on budget voiced in Senate
Concerns on budget voiced in Senate

Sen. Mike Woelfel, D-Cabell, raised questions Tuesday about the lack of a legislative alternative to Gov. Jim Justice’s proposed 2017-18 budget, as the 60-day regular session approached the end of its first quarter.

WV movie industry: Cutting Film Office, tax credit would harm state
WV movie industry: Cutting Film Office, tax credit would harm state

Supporters might view it as serendipity that the West Virginia Film Office is hosting a free “Business of Film” workshop today at the West Virginia State University EDC center on Charleston’s West Side.

State bond rating downgraded for third time in past year
State bond rating downgraded for third time in past year

Gov. Jim Justice said the downgrade issued Tuesday of West Virginia’s bond rating — the third downgrade in the past year — “just makes me sick,” and admonished the Legislature for failing to address structural problems in the state budget.

WV movie industry: Cutting Film Office, tax credit would harm state
WV movie industry: Cutting Film Office, tax credit would harm state

Supporters might view it as serendipity that the West Virginia Film Office is hosting a free “Business of Film” workshop today at the West Virginia State University EDC center on Charleston’s West Side.

PSC considers Appalachian Power’s wind energy plan
PSC considers Appalachian Power’s wind energy plan

Appalachian Power is close to obtaining additional wind energy generation for the next 20 years, but customers will be responsible for its costs if the wind energy market goes south, according to recent testimony before the state Public Service Commission.

WV solar provider holding competition for switchovers
WV solar provider holding competition for switchovers

Geostellar, the Martinsburg-based solar energy marketplace provider, and Flex, the multinational electronics manufacturer, are teaming up and encouraging the conversion to renewable energy for the Solar Club March Madness Competition.

1 injured when vehicle crashes into Charleston house
1 injured when vehicle crashes into Charleston house

Police are investigating after a vehicle crashed into a house Monday on Charleston’s West Side.

St. Albans to swear in laid off Huntington police officer
St. Albans to swear in laid off Huntington police officer

The St. Albans Police Department announced it will swear in Matthew Cooper — who previously was laid off during budget cuts in Huntington — as a probationary police officer today.

Convicted felon arrested with gun, drugs in Kanawha
Convicted felon arrested with gun, drugs in Kanawha

Police arrested a Randolph County man Sunday for allegedly having a gun, bullets and meth inside a stolen car.

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Review: Montclaire String Quartet offers Philip Glass’ No. 5

The composer Philip Glass made his name with minimalism, a musical style made up of brief ideas that through repetition and displacement grew into substantial forms. In the late 20th century, Glass’ early music became one part of a diverse musical revolution that led to a move away from academic serial styles to more wide-ranging, eclectic ways of composing.

Poet’s identity quest helped her find fellow black Appalachian poets
Poet’s identity quest helped her find fellow black Appalachian poets

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Mi Cocina owner plans new restaurant for Charleston’s West Side
Mi Cocina owner plans new restaurant for Charleston’s West Side

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The Food Guy: WV food (and The Food Guy) are having a moment
The Food Guy: WV food (and The Food Guy) are having a moment

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Dear Abby: Wife may need clean break from fighting husband
Dear Abby: Wife may need clean break from fighting husband

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DNR purchases part of Grant County’s Spring Run for fly-only, no-kill trout fishing
DNR purchases part of Grant County’s Spring Run for fly-only, no-kill trout fishing

West Virginia has a new special-regulation trout stream.

PHOTOS: WV Outdoor Sports Show continues
PHOTOS: WV Outdoor Sports Show continues

The West Virginia Outdoor Sports Show continues this weekend at the Charleston Civic Center. The show will be open from noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.

WV’s new DNR director wants to promote hunting, fishing, parks
WV’s new DNR director wants to promote hunting, fishing, parks

West Virginia’s man in charge hunting, fishing and parks says he has orders to “join at the hip” with state Tourism officials.

Funerals for: February 21, 2017

Baley, Donald "Lee," Sr. 1 p.m., Cunningham


Bennett, Alberta Sue 1 p.m., Lantz Funeral Home, Buckeye.


Cundiff, Reva 11 a.m., Stump Funeral Home, Grantsville.


Davis, Rodney 11 a.m., Barlow


Gallagher, Colin "Tom" 1 p.m., Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, South Charleston.


Harper, Cynthia 6 p.m., First Baptist Church, Nitro.


Lyons, Janet Faye 7 p.m., Matics Funeral Home, Clendenin.


Pack, Helen 1 p.m., Tyree Funeral Home, Mount Hope.


Samms, Myrtle 1 p.m., Casdorph and Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans.


Smith, Claxton F., Jr. 7 p.m., Allen Funeral Home, Hurricane.


Smith, Sylvia 1 p.m., Hafer Funeral Home, Elkview.


Wilmoth, Lela 11:00 a.m., White Funeral Home, Summersville.