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Kanawha School Menu: Aug. 11-14, 2015

Tuesday

Breakfast -- Banana loaf; cereal, fruit; juice/milk

Lunch -- Deli turkey/cheese; whole grain sandwich bread; Romaine lettuce, sliced tomato; Sun Chips; peas; apple slices; 100-percent Fruit Smoothie; garden bar;...

Kanawha School Menu: Aug. 11-14, 2015

Tuesday

Breakfast -- Banana loaf; cereal, fruit; juice/milk

Lunch -- Deli turkey/cheese; whole grain sandwich bread; Romaine lettuce, sliced tomato; Sun Chips; peas; apple slices; 100-percent Fruit Smoothie; garden bar;...

Innerviews: No day job needed for this full-time musician
Innerviews: No day job needed for this full-time musician

Don’t ask about the day job. Unlike many musicians, he doesn’t have one. Jim Snyder earns a living with his music.

Although best known for his Parrot Head renditions (suited to his affable, laid-back persona), his repertoire runs...

Former Marshall player, assistant Phil Ratliff dies
Former Marshall player, assistant Phil Ratliff dies

Phil Ratliff’s impact at Marshall went far beyond being one of the “Kentucky Headhunters” who paved the way for the Thundering Herd’s first NCAA Division I-AA football championship.

And it went far beyond his being an ...

E. Panhandle partnership receives renewable energy grant

MOOREFIELD, W.Va. – An Eastern Panhandle partnership has received a $5,000 seed grant to develop renewable energy technologies.

Eastern West Virginia Community & Technology College and Lost River Green Tech will use the funding to develop ...

Authorities searching for escaped inmate in Raleigh County

BECKLEY, W.Va. – Authorities are searching for an inmate who escaped a correctional facility in Beckley.

WOWK-TV reports that 36-year-old Randy Justice, also known as Randy Vance, escaped Sunday from the facility in Raleigh County. He was ...

Nitro officer who killed man says he had no other choice

NITRO, W.Va. – A Nitro police officer who fatally shot a man says he had no other choice.

Sgt. T.A. Jarrell tells WSAZ-TV that 52-year-old David Lane Cooke of Nitro fired a gun at him as he approached the man. He says they then exchanged...

Marshall notebook: Redshirt freshman Devers more than carrying his weight

HUNTINGTON — It didn’t take long for Marshall offensive lineman Nate Devers to perform some eye-popping feats.

The 6-foot-3, 282-pound redshirt freshman already has bench-pressed a whopping 485 pounds as a member of the Thundering...

Shelter staff kill vicious dog

Staff at the Kanawha-Charleston Humane Association Animal Shelter were forced to kill a dog that attacked another dog and a shelter employee over the weekend.

Animal shelter Executive Director Chelsea Staley said a dog broke out of its cage on...

WVU notebook: O’Toole becoming face of Mountaineer program

MORGANTOWN — Call them the many faces of Nick O’Toole.

Since arriving at West Virginia from junior college two summers ago, the senior punter has developed into a fan favorite as much for how he looks as how he punts. His punting...

Reigning champs atop first Gazette-Mail football poll

Capital, Bridgeport and Williamstown each won high school football state championships in 2014, and will begin the 2015 season ranked first in their respective classes in the Gazette-Mail High School Football Poll.

Bridgeport (13-1 in 2014) was...

Holgorsen expecting more from WVU defense
Holgorsen expecting more from WVU defense

MORGANTOWN — On the first day of preseason football practice at West Virginia and the first occasion for coach Dana Holgorsen to talk about his defense, he flipped the field.

“Well, we want them to get better,” Holgorsen...

Photos: Sundae Funday lives up to its billing
Photos: Sundae Funday lives up to its billing

A hot day meant lots of people enjoyed cool treats at Sundae Funday Carnival on D Street in South Charleston. Gazette-Mail photographer Tom Hindman was there for fun photos.

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