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‘Chamber’s agenda’ goal of legislative leaders

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — The Republican-controlled West Virginia Legislature will push a new intermediate court of appeals, public charter schools, a forced pooling bill for natural gas development, a flatter...

Residents cautioned to avoid Ohio River algae
Residents cautioned to avoid Ohio River algae

State public health officials on Friday cautioned West Virginians to avoid contact with Ohio River water that appears to contain blue-green algae, the latest action as concern continues across the region about a potentially toxic algae that’s...

Church Activities: Sept. 5, 2015

Living Water Worship Centre, 513 Patrick St., will host a Founder’s Week Celebration honoring Elder Scott R. White’s third pastoral anniversary on Sept. 16-18 and Sept. 20 at the church. The schedule is: Sept. 16, 7 p.m., Pastor...

Jim Sconyers: You want our water? Then you need to pay for it

Water is life. Every living thing on this earth needs access to clean water to survive.

It’s our most precious resource. The 2030 Water Group has predicted that water demand...

‘Chamber’s agenda’ goal of legislative leaders

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — The Republican-controlled West Virginia Legislature will push a new intermediate court of appeals, public charter schools, a forced pooling bill for natural gas development, a flatter...

Bible Center pastor’s last sermon is Sunday

The pastor of one of Charleston’s biggest churches is leaving after four and a half years of ministry there, a church leader said.

The Rev. Eric Mounts’ last Sunday in the pulpit at Bible Center Church will be this weekend, Lee...

Bulletin Board: Sept. 5, 2015

Blood donations

The American Red Cross urges eligible donors to end summer on a positive and potentially lifesaving note with a blood or platelet donation this Labor Day holiday. Blood donors with all types, especially O negative, B negative and ...

WVU president Gee says costs required cutting ties with Montgomery campus
WVU president Gee says costs required cutting ties with Montgomery campus

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS – Why is the West Virginia University Institute of Technology leaving Montgomery after 120 years?

It all comes down to a willingness to say “no,” WVU President Gordon Gee said on Friday....

Boone commission moves to remove ambulance board officials

MADISON, W.Va. -- Boone County commissioners have taken the first step in removing two members of the county’s ambulance authority board.

Commissioners voted Tuesday to file a petition to have President Harold Green and Vice President...

Governor: State won’t place prison at former naval base

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin announced Friday that the state will not take possession of the Sugar Grove Naval Base in Pendleton County when the base is decommissioned this fall, and instead will work with other parties interested in the facility.

The...

Early poll shows Justice as slight favorite in governor’s race

Pollster says name recognition likely reason behind early results

By David Gutman

Staff writer

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Eight months before voting begins, West Virginia’s...

Boil-water advisories

Beckley Water Company has lifted a boil-water advisory issued for customers in the 400 block and 500 block on Dry Hill Road, including Summit Drive and Munson Avenue.

The Raleigh County Public Service District has issued a boil-water...

With clerk jailed, gay Kentucky couple gets marriage license
With clerk jailed, gay Kentucky couple gets marriage license

MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP) – A gay couple emerged from a Kentucky county clerk’s office with a marriage license in hand Friday morning, embracing and crying as the defiant clerk who runs the office remained jailed for her refusal to issue the...

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