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Prep soccer roundup: Ava Hall leads Winfield girls past Nitro 6-0
Prep soccer roundup: Ava Hall leads Winfield girls past Nitro 6-0
George Washington girls solidify lineup as postseason looms
George Washington girls solidify lineup as postseason looms
Roundup: Tim Mount, Jim Grimmett win Senior 4-Ball title
Roundup: Tim Mount, Jim Grimmett win Senior 4-Ball title
Prep soccer roundup: Ava Hall leads Winfield girls past Nitro 6-0
Prep soccer roundup: Ava Hall leads Winfield girls past Nitro 6-0
WVU notebook: Holgorsen says injured players ‘close’
WVU notebook: Holgorsen says injured players ‘close’

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Boil-water advisories: Sept. 20, 2017
Boil-water advisories: Sept. 20, 2017

n West Virginia American Water has issued a boil-water advisory for customers along the 1700 block of 10th Avenue in Huntington. The advisory follows a water main break.

Bulletin Board: Sept. 20, 2017
Bulletin Board: Sept. 20, 2017

The annual West Virginia State University Homecoming 5-kilometer run/walk will be held at 8:30 a.m. Saturday on the plaza of the James C. Wilson University Union. The cost is $20 in advance of the race. Registration will also be available on the day of the event beginning at 7:30 a.m. in the portal of Keith Scholars Hall. Race day registration is $25. Proceeds will benefit WVSU women’s athletics. The annual 5k run/walk is part of homecoming activities at WVSU, which run Sept. 28-30. For information on homecoming events, visit http://connect.wvstateu.edu/homecoming or call 304-766-3387. For information on the 5k run/walk, contact WVSU athletic director Nate Burton at 304-204-4354 or nburton2@wvstateu.edu. To register, visit TriStateRacer.com.

Nitro council votes to support road bond
Nitro council votes to support road bond

Nitro City Council unanimously voted to support Gov. Jim Justice’s Roads to Prosperity amendment, which will be brought before the voters on Oct. 7.

Sales and marketing firm N3 holding job fair Wednesday at Clay Center
Sales and marketing firm N3 holding job fair Wednesday at Clay Center

Sales and marketing firm N3 will be holding a career fair in Charleston Wednesday as it seeks candidates to fill some of the 300 positions it aims to bring to its announced West Virginia Regional Technology Park location.

Commerce secretary says more money needed for business incentives
Commerce secretary says more money needed for business incentives

West Virginia needs to think big when it comes to economic development, state Commerce Secretary Woody Thrasher told legislators Monday.

Air board refuses to hear concerns over Institute methanol plant
Air board refuses to hear concerns over Institute methanol plant

Members of a state board on Monday refused to hear a permit appeal from a citizen group that is concerned that potential fires, explosions or other accidents at the US Methanol plant under construction in Institute could pose health and safety risks for area residents.

Man stabbed in Rand
Man stabbed in Rand

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

Trial delayed for one of the men accused of killing coal executive
Trial delayed for one of the men accused of killing coal executive

The trial for the alleged gunman in the murder of a coal company executive was delayed Tuesday.

Roane man arrested after allegedly kidnapping, assaulting woman
Roane man arrested after allegedly kidnapping, assaulting woman

A man professed his love to a woman before he allegedly threatened her life and then sexually assaulted her in Roane County on Sunday.

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FestivALL Fall announces lineup for sixth year
FestivALL Fall announces lineup for sixth year

Now in its sixth year, FestivALL Fall will add a local comedy showcase and another day to its lineup.

Art Notes: Sept. 17, 2017
Art Notes: Sept. 17, 2017

A decade after former Vice President Al Gore’s documentary film “An Inconvenient Truth” brought the topic of climate change to a worldwide audience, a sequel has been released, “An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power.” It will be screened locally as part of an event starting 7 p.m. Tuesday at Park Place Stadium Cinemas, 600 Washington St. E., in an evening sponsored by the West Virgina International Film Festival, the West Virginia Citizens Action Group and the West Virginia chapter of the Citizens’ Climate Lobby. Admission is $5.50.

Things to do: Sept. 16, 2017
Things to do: Sept. 16, 2017

AMERI-COUNTRY: 6 to 9 p.m. Cover $3. Nitro Senior Center, 302 21st Street, Nitro. Call 304-993-7693.

The Food Guy: New Riverwalk sushi and noodle house needs time
The Food Guy: New Riverwalk sushi and noodle house needs time

I was happy when a new sushi place opened in South Charleston, but even more excited to hear the Sushi Garden there would offer a selection of noodle bowls to accompany a traditional lineup of sushi, rice and teriyaki creations.

Learning a sweet new skill — cookie decorating
Learning a sweet new skill — cookie decorating

You might remember Jordon Dotson, also known as “Sugar Momma Sweets.”

On Retirement: The right words can help people with dementia
On Retirement: The right words can help people with dementia

Ah, the effect of just the right wording.A stranger got it just right. We passed recently as I was walking our dog, the latter with his tail still up and wagging.

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.

Outdoors calendar: Sept. 17, 2017
Outdoors calendar: Sept. 17, 2017

The Kanawha Valley Regulators will hold a cowboy action shooting match, 9:30 a.m., at the Putnam County Gun Club range near Eleanor.

Funerals for: September 20, 2017

Bailey, Helen 11 a.m., Mountain View Memorial Park, Richwood.


Clendenen, Elsie 3 p.m., Tyler Mountain Funeral Home, Cross Lanes.


Francis, Langston 1 p.m., Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar.


Hannah, Patrick 1 p.m., Ritchie& Johnson Funeral Parlor, Beckley.


Horn, Linda 1 p.m., Chapman Funeral Home, Hurricane.


Mitchell, Frank 11 a.m., Hafer Funeral Home, Elkview.


Moses, Mary Clare 11 a.m. , Catholic Church of the Ascension, Hurricane.


Richardson, Arthur 1 p.m., Long & Fisher Funeral Home, Sissonville.


Smith, Billy 11 a.m., Taylor


Smith, Juanita 1 p.m., Cunningham