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Winfield names Pat McGinnis new girls basketball coach
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Winfield’s Mary Lawman named Gatorade W.Va. Girls Soccer Player of the Year
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Ryder Cup champ Patrick Reed joins 2017 Greenbrier Classic field
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More details released after nonfatal Kanawha County shooting
More details released after nonfatal Kanawha County shooting

A father shot and injured his daughter’s recent boyfriend after an argument unfolded Wednesday night, authorities said.

Senate GOP health bill would slash Medicaid and repeal taxes on the wealthy
Senate GOP health bill would slash Medicaid and repeal taxes on the wealthy

WASHINGTON - Senate Republicans on Thursday released a health-care bill that would curtail federal Medicaid funding, repeal taxes on the wealthy and eliminate funding for Planned Parenthood as part of an effort to fulfill a years-long promise to undo Barack Obama’s signature health-care law.

Mylan shareholders reject drugmaker’s 2016 executive pay plan
Mylan shareholders reject drugmaker’s 2016 executive pay plan

A majority of Mylan investors voted against the drugmaker’s 2016 compensation program following a $97.6 million reported package for Chairman Robert Coury and controversy over prices for the company’s EpiPen allergy treatment.

WV Lottery revenue expected to top $1 billion despite slow pace
WV Lottery revenue expected to top $1 billion despite slow pace

West Virginia Lottery gross revenues will have topped $1 billion for the 15th consecutive year, but they needed all 12 months of the budget year to reach that landmark.

Kroger takes $7 billion hit as Amazon deal compounds struggles
Kroger takes $7 billion hit as Amazon deal compounds struggles

Kroger Co. was already in trouble last week -- then Amazon said it would buy Whole Foods.

Laws for Paws: Buying safe products for your pets
Laws for Paws: Buying safe products for your pets

When I adopted my dog, Sadie, the first thing I did was go shopping for all the items she could possibly need — and a lot of stuff, as a new dog mom, I thought she should have.

More details released after nonfatal Kanawha County shooting
More details released after nonfatal Kanawha County shooting

A father shot and injured his daughter’s recent boyfriend after an argument unfolded Wednesday night, authorities said.

Putnam man gets 10 years in federal prison for child porn
Putnam man gets 10 years in federal prison for child porn

A Putnam County man was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Wednesday for possession of child pornography.

St. Albans man admits possession of child porn
St. Albans man admits possession of child porn

A Kanawha County man pleaded guilty Wednesday in circuit court to possession of child pornography.

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One Month at a Time: Taking the stand-up stage for the first time
One Month at a Time: Taking the stand-up stage for the first time

In retrospect, I shouldn’t have had the Red Bull.The morning before I was supposed to go on stage for my first comedy open mic at Monkey Barrel, a kind of trial run for my turn at emceeing at Comedy Zone Charleston, I woke up feeling like I had a Saint Bernard sitting on my chest.

In Short: ‘Bridges’ rescheduled, Music in the Mountains, ArtWalk
In Short: ‘Bridges’ rescheduled, Music in the Mountains, ArtWalk

“The Bridges of Madison County,” has been rescheduled for today at 7:30 p.m. The Sunday matinee was canceled following a power outage caused by a serious car wreck nearby that damaged a transformer. All ticket holders for the June 18 performance should contact the box office at 304-342-9312 to reschedule their tickets to one of the remaining performances. In addition to tonight’s performance, “The Bridges of Madison County” will be performed Friday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 5 p.m. and Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Charleston Light Opera Guild Theatre, 411 Tennessee Ave. Tickets are on sale online now at charlestonlightoperaguild.org. All tickets are $20 with general seating. Call 304-342-9312 for more information.

Mayor’s Concert features Robert Randolph and the Family Band
Mayor’s Concert features Robert Randolph and the Family Band

Robert Randolph and the Family Band and the New Breed Brass Band are featured at this year’s FestivALL Charleston Mayor’s Concert at the Clay Center starting 7 p.m. tonight. Randolph is a renowned pedal steel guitarist, vocalist and songwriter who has been an inspiration to the likes of Eric Clapton, Carlos Santana and Derek Trucks, all of whom have played with him and studied his technique. Reserved seat tickets are $25, $35 and $45, available at Clay Center box office, by calling 304-561-3570 or visit festivallcharleston.com/events.

Good to Grow: Understanding drip irrigation
Good to Grow: Understanding drip irrigation

Watering a garden is a chore most of us dread each season. For me, dragging a 100-foot water hose around the yard always results in broken plant stalks. Plus, your risk of spreading plant diseases increases when watering overhead and wetting the entire plant. Not to mention all the excess water you waste that runs off target.

WV Design Team: Mastering the master bedroom
WV Design Team: Mastering the master bedroom

Over the past few years I have been sharing the fun and fabulous design installations our team at Yeager Design & Interiors has done. We have received such wonderful feedback and almost always people follow up with questions about my home.

One Month at a Time: Taking the stand-up stage for the first time
One Month at a Time: Taking the stand-up stage for the first time

In retrospect, I shouldn’t have had the Red Bull.The morning before I was supposed to go on stage for my first comedy open mic at Monkey Barrel, a kind of trial run for my turn at emceeing at Comedy Zone Charleston, I woke up feeling like I had a Saint Bernard sitting on my chest.

Canaan Valley official says Timberline partnership not a ‘done deal’
Canaan Valley official says Timberline partnership not a ‘done deal’

An announcement made Tuesday by Timberline Four Seasons Resort that a new partnership with Canaan Valley Resort makes possible a single lift ticket serving both resorts’ ski areas starting this winter was “premature,” according to Steve Drumheller, the general manager at Canaan Valley Resort.

Canaan Valley, Timberline offering joint resort lift ticket
Canaan Valley, Timberline offering joint resort lift ticket

Skiers and snowboarders at Timberline Four Seasons Resort and nearby Canaan Valley Resort will buy a single ticket to ride the lifts at both ski areas when the 2017-2018 ski season begins, officials at Timberline announced on Tuesday.

Man who shares birthday with WV celebrates by traveling to state parks
Man who shares birthday with WV celebrates by traveling to state parks

How does a lifelong West Virginian celebrate his home state’s birthday when it falls on the same date as his own?

Funerals for: June 22, 2017

Boley, Judith 1 p.m., Simons


Burdette, Carlos 11 a.m., Stevens & Grass Funeral Home, Malden.


Dodrill Jr., Arvil "A.V." Noon, Chapman's Mortuary, Huntington.


Graham Jr., Charles 11 a.m., Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane.


Hosey, Wanetta 2 p.m., Dodd & Reed Funeral Home, Webster Springs.


Taylor, Lisa 1 p.m., Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar.


Vickers, Sharon 2 p.m., Handley Funeral Home, Danville.


Withrow, Loyce David 2:30 p.m., Sunset Memorial Park, South Charleston.