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Prep soccer roundup: Herbert Hoover girls, boys pick up wins
Prep soccer roundup: Herbert Hoover girls, boys pick up wins
Tough choices ahead for multi-sport stars Anthony Pittman, Mikal Dawson
Tough choices ahead for multi-sport stars Anthony Pittman, Mikal Dawson
WVSU to induct 10 into Sports Hall of Fame
WVSU to induct 10 into Sports Hall of Fame
Prep soccer roundup: Herbert Hoover girls, boys pick up wins
Prep soccer roundup: Herbert Hoover girls, boys pick up wins
Roundup: WVU volleyball wins 10th in a row
Roundup: WVU volleyball wins 10th in a row

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Bulletin Board: Sept. 21, 2017
Bulletin Board: Sept. 21, 2017

The Kanawha-Charleston Board of Health will meet at 4:30 p.m. today in the second floor conference room at the Kanawha-Charleston Health Center, 108 Lee St. E.

Mooney talks tax reform in Charleston
Mooney talks tax reform in Charleston

Rep. Alex Mooney, R-W.Va., spoke Wednesday at the University of Charleston to update constituents on ongoing efforts to reform personal and corporate income tax structures in the United States.

Kanawha Parks Commission sells former Sandy Brae tract
Kanawha Parks Commission sells former Sandy Brae tract

The Kanawha County Parks and Recreation Commission on Wednesday agreed to accept the sole bid it received in an auction involving a 75-acre tract of land near the former Sandy Brae Golf Course near Amma that commissioners only recently realized that they owned.

USDA Secretary Perdue talks immigration in WV visit
USDA Secretary Perdue talks immigration in WV visit

U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue traversed the Mountain State on Wednesday, speaking to the National Association of State Foresters, hosting a listening session with the Agriculture and Rural Prosperity task force, and touring a “lavender mine” at the Green Mining Model Business Program in Hernshaw.

City of Milton tries to revive Morris Memorial property
City of Milton tries to revive Morris Memorial property

MILTON — The city of Milton is working to finalize plans to enter a public-private partnership to rehabilitate and develop the Morris Memorial Hospital for Crippled Children property.

Books and Brews expanding to Charleston’s West Side
Books and Brews expanding to Charleston’s West Side

A Putnam County restaurant, coffee shop and bookstore plans to expand to Charleston’s West Side next year. Hurricane’s Books and Brews plans to add a second location at 222 West Washington Street in the Spring of 2018, business owner and manager Pat Pelley said.

Nearly 30 people accused of gun, drug trafficking in Upshur County
Nearly 30 people accused of gun, drug trafficking in Upshur County

Two indictments named dozens of people who allegedly stole about 120 firearms and worked with each other to sell methamphetamine in Upshur County, the U.S. Attorney’s Office announced on Wednesday.

Morgantown coal operator Laurita indicted in alleged campaign finance scheme
Morgantown coal operator Laurita indicted in alleged campaign finance scheme

Morgantown coal operator James L. Laurita Jr. allegedly schemed for more than three years to funnel illegal campaign contributions to four candidates for federal political office, according to an indictment made public this week.

Man stabbed in Rand
Man stabbed in Rand

A man was stabbed in Rand Tuesday afternoon, police and first responders say.

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Huntington hosts Fall International Film Festival this weekend
Huntington hosts Fall International Film Festival this weekend

The Fall International Film Festival returns to the Keith-Albee Theater in Huntington today through Sunday, bringing a range of award-winning foreign films and one American documentary, “Atomic Homefront,” that shines light on something that may be affecting millions of people.

In short: ArtWalk, Streetfest, PJ Masks LIVE!
In short: ArtWalk, Streetfest, PJ Masks LIVE!

The monthly ArtWalk, a free self-guided walking tour of downtown shops and galleries, takes place from 5 to 8 p.m. today.

Film clips: Sept. 21, 2017
Film clips: Sept. 21, 2017

Theater key: M = Marquee Cinemas in South Charleston; N = Nitro Stadium 12; PP = Park Place Stadium Cinemas in downtown Charleston; TV = Teays Valley Stadium 10 in Scott Depot.

Good to Grow: Fairy garden brings magic to the neighborhood
Good to Grow: Fairy garden brings magic to the neighborhood

It’s September, which is, for a gardener, a very busy month. And, yes, I have a long list of chores.

One Month at a Time: Tour of Mardis Gras Casino shows signs of regulations
One Month at a Time: Tour of Mardis Gras Casino shows signs of regulations

Editor’s note: Every month, feature writer Bill Lynch takes on a new skill he knows little about or to learn or to undertake a new challenge. In the month of September, he is learning how to deal blackjack at the Mardi Gras Casino & Resort, in Cross Lanes.

Books and Brews expanding to Charleston’s West Side
Books and Brews expanding to Charleston’s West Side

A Putnam County restaurant, coffee shop and bookstore plans to expand to Charleston’s West Side next year. Hurricane’s Books and Brews plans to add a second location at 222 West Washington Street in the Spring of 2018, business owner and manager Pat Pelley said.

Free program highlights ‘Hidden History’ of New River Gorge area
Free program highlights ‘Hidden History’ of New River Gorge area

Hidden History Weekend, a celebration of Southern West Virginia’s diverse Appalachian heritage, will take place Friday through Sunday with more than 20 guided hikes, walking tours, living history performances, craft demonstrations and more. All events are offered free of charge, but two require advance registration.

Innerviews: Inveterate river rat celebrates half-century of boating
Innerviews: Inveterate river rat celebrates half-century of boating

There’s hardly anything Tom Pile enjoys more than his 6-mile commute to work. No stop lights. No stop signs. No traffic jams. And the lanes are as wide and open as a Montana sky.

Funerals for: September 21, 2017

Branham, Amanda Noon, Allen Funeral Home, Hurricane.


Bryant, Janet 1 p.m., Waybright Funeral Home, Ripley.


Crites Jr., Roy 7:30 p.m., Pennington Funeral Home, Gauley Bridge.


Gallimore, Donald 11 a.m., Bethany Baptist Church, St. Albans.


Mastalerz, Evelyn 1 p.m., St. Agnes Catholic Church, Charleston.


Patton, Donald 10 a.m., Gatens


Simers, Charles 10 a.m., Nobe Cemetery.


Varney, Gladys 1 p.m., Roush Funeral Home, Ravenswood.


Walker, William 1 p.m., Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane.


Wine, Chris 1 p.m., Stockert


Woody, Betty 6:30 p.m., South Ruffner Baptist Church, Charleston.