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Ripley edges Huntington for MSAC wrestling title
TOM HINDMAN | Gazette-Mail
Ripley edges Huntington for MSAC wrestling title

After leading for a big portion of the day, Ripley saw its advantage over Huntington disappear just before the start of championship matches.

Ripley edges Huntington for MSAC wrestling title
Ripley edges Huntington for MSAC wrestling title

After leading for a big portion of the day, Ripley saw its advantage over Huntington disappear just before the start of championship matches.

WV Senate advances planned tax cut for coal, gas

In the midst of a budget crisis, the West Virginia Senate is moving forward with a long-planned multi-million dollar tax cut for the state’s coal and gas industries proposed by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin.

Ritchie lawmaker pushing ‘forced pooling’ no stranger to gas industry
Ritchie lawmaker pushing ‘forced pooling’ no stranger to gas industry

As the West Virginia Legislature prepares to take up the issue of forced pooling once again, the lawmaker at the center of that gas leasing legislation is expected to have at...

Hunter becomes state’s first woman brigadier general
Hunter becomes state’s first woman brigadier general

Brigadier General Paige B. Hunter wasn’t in her office when Major General James Hoyer was looking for her Friday.

Marshall offense runs wild in win at UTSA
Marshall offense runs wild in win at UTSA

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — This time, Marshall made a three-digit score hold up.

Journalist, author Sam Quinones to speak at Festival of Ideas
Journalist, author Sam Quinones to speak at Festival of Ideas

Before writing his latest book “Dreamland: The True Tale of America’s Opiate Epidemic,” Sam Quinones spent a lot of time writing about a place he later found out had a lot to do with the problem: Mexico.

Peer recovery coaches help others fight addiction

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — When 31-year-old St. Albans native Ashley Keiffer found herself in jail for the 16th time, her big plan when she got out was to land a job at a fast-food restaurant.

Groups say W.Va. a mixed bag on domestic violence gun laws

West Virginia has been ahead of the curve in passing several protections to ban domestic abusers from having guns, but gun safety groups say the state should do more.

Funerals for: February 06, 2016

Allen, Carol S. 4 p.m., Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar.

Angel, David E. 11 a.m., New Life in Christ Fellowship Church, Durbin.

Barnette, Marjorie C. 1 p.m., Morris Funeral Home, Cowen.

Casto, Shirley...

Larry B. Ellison

Larry B. Ellison, 65, of Buckhannon, died Feb. 2, 2016. Service will be 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at First Baptist Church, Cowen. Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 6, at Adams-Reed Funeral Home, Cowen.

James A. Smith

James A. Smith, 46, of Gassaway, died Feb. 4, 2016. Gathering of family and friends will be 2 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 7, at Richard M. Roach Funeral Home, Gassaway. Interment will be in Smith Family Cememetery, Gassaway.

Pamela P. Jarrett
Pamela P. Jarrett

Pamela Paulette Jarrett, 64, of Elkview, went peacefully into the Lord Savior's arms on Feb. 4, 2016 at CAMC Memorial Hospital.

Pam was a Marine veteran and enjoyed spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren. She was a loving...

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