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WV state wrestling tournament pairings
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Norman Chad: NBA has no shortage of squabbles
Norman Chad: NBA has no shortage of squabbles

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Bulletin board: Feb. 20, 2017
Bulletin board: Feb. 20, 2017

The Buffalo Future Farmers of America Chapter will host West Virginia Commissioner of Agriculture, Kent Leonhardt, and West Virginia Board of Education President, Thomas Campbell, to tour Buffalo High School’s facilities from 12:15 to 2 p.m. Wednesday. For more information, contact teacher Danielle Grant at dgrant@k12.wv.us or at 304-257-3604.

Trump’s focus on security adviser, health care plan
Trump’s focus on security adviser, health care plan

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — President Donald Trump on Sunday was stepping up his search for a national security adviser, with several interviews on tap, and focusing on health care in talks with his health and budget chiefs, while his team pushed back against depictions of a young administration in disarray.

WV’s youngest delegate encourages discussion between politicians, constituents
WV’s youngest delegate encourages discussion between politicians, constituents

Joshua Higginbotham took his grandmother to vote for the first time last fall. At 77, she’d never entered a polling place.

South Charleston tech park to acquire land, new entrance
South Charleston tech park to acquire land, new entrance

The West Virginia Regional Technology Park is on track to have more land ready for business by collaborating with two major South Charleston projects.

Old West Virginia tavern, brewery has lived many lives
Old West Virginia tavern, brewery has lived many lives

PARKERSBURG — Not so much as an original board remains of the old North End Tavern & Brewery in Parkersburg.

Gander Mountain questions latest twist to outdoor retailer story
Gander Mountain questions latest twist to outdoor retailer story

A season of upheaval is continuing for the biggest players in the outdoor retail arena.

Lawsuit claims troopers beat robbery suspect
Lawsuit claims troopers beat robbery suspect

A lawsuit filed earlier this month in federal court alleges two West Virginia State Troopers beat a man in their custody two years ago until he agreed to confess to robbing two Clay County gas stations.

Four current, former UC football players face heroin charges
Four current, former UC football players face heroin charges

Two current and two former University of Charleston football players were arrested late Saturday on heroin charges.

Supreme Court: Man who fell at MedExpress subject to malpractice rules
Supreme Court: Man who fell at MedExpress subject to malpractice rules

The wife of a 71-year-old man who died about three months after falling while trying to get on an examination table at a MedExpress in South Charleston must consider the state’s Medical Professional Liability Act in her lawsuit against the medical facility, the West Virginia Supreme Court ruled last week.

On file: Feb. 19, 2017
On file: Feb. 19, 2017
Crime Report: Feb. 19, 2017
Crime Report: Feb. 19, 2017

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It was a eureka moment, an epiphany that altered the course of his life.

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

Crystal Good was confounded.She was a sixth-generation African-American woman, raised in St. Albans, and driven to be a poet.

Vintage West Virginia: Jimmy Carter
Vintage West Virginia: Jimmy Carter

Every Sunday and Monday, Vintage West Virginia provides a glimpse of the past in the Mountain State.

Dear Abby: Angry daughter-in-law may want more free baby sitting
Dear Abby: Angry daughter-in-law may want more free baby sitting

Dear Abby: My daughter-in-law is extremely jealous of the close relationship I have with my daughter. If I spend time with my daughter and grandson, she gets mad at me and keeps my grandchildren from me. I need advice on how to handle her. I get her children almost every weekend. I work a full-time job, but she feels like I should have them more. — Grandma in Georgia

Innerviews: Music man grateful for gumption to follow his muse
Innerviews: Music man grateful for gumption to follow his muse

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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.

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.

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 20, 2017

Adkins, Stephen 1 p.m., Hopkins Fork Community Church, Seth.


Auxier, Mary 1 p.m., Pennington Funeral Home, Gauley Bridge.


Bland Volkers, Betti


Dent, Charles 11 a.m., Cunningham Memorial Park, St. Albans.


Gibson, James 1 p.m., Cunningham


Hill, Betty "Louise" 2 p.m., Handley Funeral Home, Danville.


Hill, Tina 3 p.m., Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar.


Huffman, Judy 2 p.m., Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek.


Meador, Scott 5 p.m., Bollinger Funeral Home, Charleston.


Neely, Agnes 1 p.m., Tyree Funeral Home, Oak Hill.


Nuckols, Don 1 p.m., Family Worship Center, Beckley.


Perdue, Freddie 1 p.m., Hughes Creek Community Church, Cedar Grove.


Phillips, John 12:30 p.m., Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Charleston.


Portee, Mark 1 p.m., United Missionary Baptist Church, Mt. Hope.


Ritchie, Loran 11 a.m., St. Lukes United Methodist Church, Craigsville.


Tuttle, Margaret 1 p.m., Stevens and Grass Funeral Home, Malden.


Watson, Clyde Noon, Snodgrass Funeral Home, South Charleston.


White, Ernest "Michael" 1 p.m., Dunbar Church of Christ, Dunbar.