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Hurricane edges Riverside in MSAC Grid-o-rama
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South Charleston shakes off rust at MSAC scrimmage
Hurricane edges Riverside in MSAC Grid-o-rama
Hurricane edges Riverside in MSAC Grid-o-rama
‘Snubbed’ Kyle Bosch trying to get WVU o-line right
‘Snubbed’ Kyle Bosch trying to get WVU o-line right
Marshall LB Artis Johnson looks the part, wants to own the part
Marshall LB Artis Johnson looks the part, wants to own the part

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PHOTOS: Girls Night Out in Charleston
PHOTOS: Girls Night Out in Charleston

The annual YWCA fundraiser “Girls Night Out” took place at the Culture Center Saturday in Charleston. This year’s theme was “boho chic.”

WV Gov. Justice discharged from Johns Hopkins Hospital after two-day stay
WV Gov. Justice discharged from Johns Hopkins Hospital after two-day stay

West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said he spent two days at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore this week being treated for a viral infection.

Charleston Correctional Center says inmate wanted after escaping facility Friday
Charleston Correctional Center says inmate wanted after escaping facility Friday

A Charleston Correctional Center inmate’s whereabouts are unknown after escaping from the facility Friday, according to a West Virginia Division of Corrections wanted poster.

After national competition, FedEx driver keeps delivering on tricky WV route
After national competition, FedEx driver keeps delivering on tricky WV route

Franklin Vance’s delivery route isn’t easy, and he’ll be the first to tell you so.

WV PSC seeks dismissal of Frontier lawsuit
WV PSC seeks dismissal of Frontier lawsuit

The state Public Service Commission has filed a motion to dismiss Frontier Communication’s federal lawsuit which names all three of its commissioners, stating it has no role in enforcing the section of House Bill 3093, known as the broadband bill, Frontier says conflicts with federal law.

WV EDA OKs loan for Hatfield-McCoy lodging project
WV EDA OKs loan for Hatfield-McCoy lodging project

The West Virginia Economic Development Authority gave final approval of a $1.15 million loan for building lodging facilities for Hatfield-McCoy Trail ATV riders at the authority’s monthly board of directors meeting Thursday.

Charleston Correctional Center says inmate wanted after escaping facility Friday
Charleston Correctional Center says inmate wanted after escaping facility Friday

A Charleston Correctional Center inmate’s whereabouts are unknown after escaping from the facility Friday, according to a West Virginia Division of Corrections wanted poster.

Kanawha magistrate facing judicial misconduct charges
Kanawha magistrate facing judicial misconduct charges

The Judicial Investigation Commission has accused a Kanawha County magistrate with 12 judicial conduct violations in a three-set, formal statement of charges.

Randolph County nurse sentenced for fraud
Randolph County nurse sentenced for fraud

A Randolph County nurse was sentenced to jail, probation and ordered to pay restitution after she was convicted of Medicaid and other fraud, according to a news release from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources.

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PHOTOS: Girls Night Out in Charleston
PHOTOS: Girls Night Out in Charleston

The annual YWCA fundraiser “Girls Night Out” took place at the Culture Center Saturday in Charleston. This year’s theme was “boho chic.”

Arts Notes: Aug. 20, 2017
Arts Notes: Aug. 20, 2017

Two of David J. Pittenger’s photographs are on display in the upcoming Tamarack exhibition “Viewfinders: Landscapes Captured by West Virginia Artists.”

One in a Million: For Charleston woman, pilates is about more than exercise
One in a Million: For Charleston woman, pilates is about more than exercise

In 2007, Amy Teter looked at her life, and she knew she wanted a change.

On the Town: ArtWalk, Chopped Challenge
On the Town: ArtWalk, Chopped Challenge

ArtWalk, a monthly self-guided tour of the city’s shops, galleries and businesses, was held June 22 in downtown Charleston. This month’s free event was part of FestivALL.

Rick Steelhammer: Trump’s childhood home may not be ‘yuge,’ but it can be yours for $725 a night
Rick Steelhammer: Trump’s childhood home may not be ‘yuge,’ but it can be yours for $725 a night

While visitors can stay in a barn loft near Fayetteville, a converted school bus at Shepherdstown or a yurt on Spruce Knob Mountain thanks to Airbnb, the booking service that connects travelers with “unique accommodations around the world,” perhaps the most unique place to stay among the service’s inventory of 65,000 properties became available last week: the childhood home of President Donald Trump.

Vintage West Virginia: 1915 fire truck
Vintage West Virginia: 1915 fire truck

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

Outdoors Calendar: Aug. 20, 2017
Outdoors Calendar: Aug. 20, 2017

TodayThe Putnam County Gun Club will hold a high-power rifle match, 9 a.m., at the club’s range near Eleanor. Call 304-344-0423.

Fayette anglers get ‘chummy’ with trophy carp
Fayette anglers get ‘chummy’ with trophy carp

GLEN FERRIS — Without warning, Jack Ellis’ fishing rod got yanked forward. Only his quick reflexes kept it from going into the drink.

John McCoy: Fishing during the eclipse could be fun
John McCoy: Fishing during the eclipse could be fun

Monday’s solar eclipse will be a rare event, but not nearly as rare as some media accounts would lead us to believe.

Funerals for: August 19, 2017

Allport, Thelma 2 p.m., Dodd


Comer, Jessica Erin 1 p.m., O'Dell Funeral Home, Montgomery.


Craddock, Mark 2 p.m., Boone Memorial Park, Madison.


Dooley, Merlene 1 p.m., Hickory Grove United Methodist Church, Mt. Nebo.


Fernatt, Denise Rana 2 p.m., Hughes Creek Community Church, Hugheston.


Hall, Donald 2 p.m, Church of God of Prophecy, Logan.


Hazelett, Carlton 11 a.m., McGhee


Hunter, Marlene Noon, Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway.


Jarrett, Patricia 1 p.m., Bollinger Funeral Home, Charleston.


Lightner, Betty 1 p.m., Leavitt Funeral Home, Parkersburg.


Long, Mary Elaine 11 a.m., First Presbyterian Church, Dunbar.


McBrayer, Ricky 1 p.m., Leonard Johnson Funeral Home, Marmet.


Myers, Justin 2 p.m., Dodd & Reed Funeral Home, Webster Springs.


Ore, William "Billy" 7 p.m., Clendenin United Methodist Church, Clendenin.


Saunders, Barbara 11 a.m., Wilcoxen Funeral Home, Point Pleasant.


Shafer, James "Ord" Noon, Matics Funeral Home, Clendenin.


Shumaker, Gaylord 2 p.m., Roush Funeral Home, Ravenswood.


Stevens, Ken 11 a.m., Cross Lanes United Methodist Church.


Stollings, Sheryl Lynn 11 a.m., Handley Funeral Home, Danville.


Wilson, Clarence 2 p.m., Greene