Boys soccer preview: George Washington to defend title with nine new starters
Boys soccer preview: George Washington to defend title with nine new starters
Point Pleasant can throw, but likes to run
Point Pleasant can throw, but likes to run
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Power’s home win streak snapped at 13
Boys soccer preview: George Washington to defend title with nine new starters
Boys soccer preview: George Washington to defend title with nine new starters
Leaders emerging on West Virginia State’s revamped defense
Leaders emerging on West Virginia State’s revamped defense

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After cuts, WV tobacco prevention employees relocated
After cuts, WV tobacco prevention employees relocated

Employees with the West Virginia Division of Tobacco Prevention have been relocated after the Legislature zeroed out the office’s funding in this year’s budget.

WV Ethics Commission considers allowing state officials to attend Greenbrier events
WV Ethics Commission considers allowing state officials to attend Greenbrier events

The Ethics Commission will decide Friday whether to let the state Development Office and Division of Tourism attend events at The Greenbrier, given Gov. Jim Justice has not put his ownership of the resort into a blind trust.

Pinch Elementary air conditioning down in several classrooms
Pinch Elementary air conditioning down in several classrooms

Pinch Elementary’s air conditioning system hasn’t been fully functioning since the school year started Monday, the school’s principal said.

WV PSC seeks dismissal of Frontier lawsuit
WV PSC seeks dismissal of Frontier lawsuit

The state Public Service Commission has filed a motion to dismiss Frontier Communication’s federal lawsuit which names all three of its commissioners, stating it has no role in enforcing the section of House Bill 3093, known as the broadband bill, Frontier says conflicts with federal law.

WV EDA OKs loan for Hatfield-McCoy lodging project
WV EDA OKs loan for Hatfield-McCoy lodging project

The West Virginia Economic Development Authority gave final approval of a $1.15 million loan for building lodging facilities for Hatfield-McCoy Trail ATV riders at the authority’s monthly board of directors meeting Thursday.

WV’s economic future, potential solutions discussed at Tech Jobs Tour
WV’s economic future, potential solutions discussed at Tech Jobs Tour

The Tech Jobs Tour made a stop in Charleston Tuesday to help connect the booming technology sector with workers from all backgrounds. But the conversation inevitably shifted to how the Mountain State can adapt in the face of the declining coal economy.

Trial date set for ex-GW counselor’s suit against Kanawha school board
Trial date set for ex-GW counselor’s suit against Kanawha school board

The trial between a George Washington High School counselor suing the Kanawha County Board of Education over defamation claims will begin next week.

Trial in East End killing delayed until December
Trial in East End killing delayed until December

The trial for a Charleston man charged with first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of a 15-year-old boy has been delayed.

Former Kanawha deputy resigning as Monroe County sheriff
Former Kanawha deputy resigning as Monroe County sheriff

The Monroe County sheriff announced on Wednesday that he would soon resign, citing the need to support his family with a new opportunity.

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Forest Hill pottery maker doesn’t let lack of vision slow her craft

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Dear Abby: Father of woman’s children avoids popping question

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WV’s Green Bank Telescope helps shoot moon with radar for detailed map

As America gets ready to view the Aug. 21 solar eclipse, researchers from the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum are using radio telescopes at the Green Bank Observatory in Pocahontas County and the Arecibo Observatory in Puerto Rico to map the moon with radar.

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Funerals for: August 17, 2017

Banks, Frances E. 10 a.m., St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church, St. Albans.


Burdette, Edward 1 p.m., Cunningham


Clay Jr., Eustace 1 p.m., Miller Cemetery, Rock Creek.


Coffman, Terry 2 p.m., Leonard Johnson Funeral Home, Marmet.


Cutlip, Helen 3 p.m., Independence United Methodist Church, Sandyville.


Richards, Olive 1 p.m.,Stumps Funeral & Cremation, Inc., Grantsville.


Rutledge, Rosalie 7 p.m., Casdorph & Curry Funeral Home, St. Albans.


Seabolt, Norma 1 p.m., The Church of Jesus Christ, Montgomery.


Strait II, Daniel 1 p.m., Good Shepherd Mortuary, South Charleston.


Stutler, Sharon Rae 11 a.m., Christ Church United Methodist, Charleston.


Williamson, Tasha 11 a.m., Koontz Funeral Home, Hamlin.