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Prep football: As season progresses, some things coming into focus
Prep football: As season progresses, some things coming into focus
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Girls prep soccer stats, standings
WVU seeking improvements during off week
WVU seeking improvements during off week
Doug Smock: AAC not ready for Power 6 quite yet
Doug Smock: AAC not ready for Power 6 quite yet
Prep football: As season progresses, some things coming into focus
Prep football: As season progresses, some things coming into focus

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Preston County delegate Tony Lewis dies
Preston County delegate Tony Lewis dies

State delegate Tony Lewis, R-Preston, died of cancer Sunday afternoon, according to a news release from Speaker Tim Armstead.

Former State Police captain now chief in Winfield
Former State Police captain now chief in Winfield

WINFIELD — A longtime West Virginia state trooper is now the chief of the Winfield Police Department.

Parole hearing set for Putnam man who claims wrongful sex assault conviction
Parole hearing set for Putnam man who claims wrongful sex assault conviction

Staff reportThe West Virginia Parole Board on Monday will consider whether a Hurricane man will be released from prison for the second time since he was convicted of sexually assaulting his 5-year-old daughter more than 20 years ago.

Business faces: Sept. 24, 2017
Business faces: Sept. 24, 2017

LawRobert Lockhart of Cipriani & Werner has been named to the 2018 edition of The Best Lawyers in America for insurance litigation. Lockhart has more than 30 years of litigation experience with a focus in insurance defense. The list is compiled annually by region and practice area, with lawyers being peer-reviewed.

Former Charleston National employees gather for a reunion
Former Charleston National employees gather for a reunion

Former Charleston National Bank employees gathered at the Elks Lodge in Charleston Saturday to catch up and reminisce about their time at what was once West Virginia’s largest bank.

Philanthropist Betty Schoenbaum of Shoney’s fortune turns 100
Philanthropist Betty Schoenbaum of Shoney’s fortune turns 100

Betty Schoenbaum is having a birthday party.And not a small one, either.

Parole hearing set for Putnam man who claims wrongful sex assault conviction
Parole hearing set for Putnam man who claims wrongful sex assault conviction

Staff reportThe West Virginia Parole Board on Monday will consider whether a Hurricane man will be released from prison for the second time since he was convicted of sexually assaulting his 5-year-old daughter more than 20 years ago.

Former State Police captain now chief in Winfield
Former State Police captain now chief in Winfield

WINFIELD — A longtime West Virginia state trooper is now the chief of the Winfield Police Department.

Sissonville woman, child home safe after being reported missing
Sissonville woman, child home safe after being reported missing

A Sissonville woman and her child have been found safe after being reported missing, according to a release from the Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office.

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Review: WV Symphony takes the Loh road with Americana
Review: WV Symphony takes the Loh road with Americana

As our focus has sharpened with the passage of time, American music of the mid-20th century now appears to be just the first flowering of the gilded age of music composition in which we currently live.

Arts Notes: Sept. 24, 2017
Arts Notes: Sept. 24, 2017

Sharon Mullins, former art instructor at George Washington High School, will teach Learn to Draw classes Oct. 3. 10, 16 and 24 at Unity of Kanawha Valley, 804 Myrtle Road.

‘Heroin(e)’ spotlights women helping combat Huntington’s drug crisis
‘Heroin(e)’ spotlights women helping combat Huntington’s drug crisis

She knew what people expected — “needles, spoons and depression,” she said, and “whatever list they’ve decided to put us at the bottom of.”

Photo: Hikers trek through Dolly Sods as leaves change color
Photo: Hikers trek through Dolly Sods as leaves change color

Nathan Rees, Lauren Campbell, Sidnee Morgan and Brandon Nutter walk their dogs along the ridge at Dolly Sods Wilderness on Sunday. The group came from Ravenswood to enjoy the view of the leaves changing color as October approaches.

Innerviews: Dual-identity surgeon riding high in horse racing world
Innerviews: Dual-identity surgeon riding high in horse racing world

On 17 meticulously groomed acres off Smith Road in South Hills, Dave Ranson built a personal paradise, a slice of Kentucky horse country, “a little bit of Lexington,” he calls it.

WV Culinary Team: The avocado is an ideal food
WV Culinary Team: The avocado is an ideal food

“The avocado has an image problem. Everybody knows they are good, but that is not enough. Say avocado, and most weight-conscious people say, ‘No thanks.’ Let’s face it; they have a lot of calories. But it is not as bad as you thought, and you can get a lot of nutrition for those calories. It is high time you knew that, for the avocado is an ideal food.” — Lincoln Kaye, writer and author

Photo: Hikers trek through Dolly Sods as leaves change color
Photo: Hikers trek through Dolly Sods as leaves change color

Nathan Rees, Lauren Campbell, Sidnee Morgan and Brandon Nutter walk their dogs along the ridge at Dolly Sods Wilderness on Sunday. The group came from Ravenswood to enjoy the view of the leaves changing color as October approaches.

Outdoors Calendar: Sept. 24, 2017
Outdoors Calendar: Sept. 24, 2017

TodayWest Virginia’s annual Hunting and Fishing Days Celebration will be held, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Stonewall Jackson State Park.

WV DNR expects 2017 bear archery harvest to match 2016’s
WV DNR expects 2017 bear archery harvest to match 2016’s

Ordinarily, Colin Carpenter would be less than optimistic about bowhunters’ chance to bag a bear this year.

Funerals for: September 24, 2017

Anderson, Clarence "Punk" 2 p.m., Lantz Funeral Home, Buckeye.


Dingess III, Earl 6 p.m., Evans Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Chapmanville.


Harrell, Inge 2 p.m., Lookout Baptist Church, Lookout.


Harris, Donald 2 p.m., Henson and Kitchen Mortuary, Huntington.


Jones, Gerald 3 p.m., Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church Cemetery, Mt. Lookout.


Mayhle, Jo 3 p.m., Fidler and Frame Funeral Home, Belle.


Miller, Frankie 2 p.m., Montgomery Memorial Park, London.


Miller, Henry Noon, Koontz Funeral Home, Hamlin.


Moses, Douglas 2 p.m., O'Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.


Thomas, Edwin 2 p.m., Deal Funeral Home, Point Pleasant.


Vickers, Kenneth 3 p.m., Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek.


White, Paul 2 p.m., Riverfront Park, Ravenswood.


Williams, Shirley Gene 2 p.m., Alex Williams Cemetery.