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Charleston Elks elect first female ruler
F. BRIAN FERGUSON | Gazette-Mail
Charleston Elks elect first female ruler

For the first time in the club’s 125-year history, a woman is serving as head of the Charleston Elks Lodge.

Charleston Elks elect first female ruler
Charleston Elks elect first female ruler

For the first time in the club’s 125-year history, a woman is serving as head of the Charleston Elks Lodge.

Insurance company asks for default judgment in Poca funeral home suit
Insurance company asks for default judgment in Poca funeral home suit

The insurance company suing a Poca-based funeral home, alleged to have cashed in on $1 million worth of false death benefits, has accused defendants of stonewalling the case and asked a federal judge to enter a default judgment in its favor.

Shakers believed in welcoming, equality

Even before the Civil War, followers of the Shaker religion were one of the most welcoming groups of people and believed in giving everyone equal opportunity, a West Virginia Humanities Council speaker said.

National Park Service opening environmental education center

BROOKS, W.Va. (AP) – The National Park Service is opening an environmental education center in southern West Virginia.

Three-day event brings Fort Randolph siege back to life
Three-day event brings Fort Randolph siege back to life

Mason County families can experience what life was like in the 1770s this weekend during the 13th annual Siege of Fort Randolph encampment and re-enactment at Krodel Park in Point Pleasant.

Small plane crashes in Eastern Panhandle, 2 hurt

HEDGESVILLE, W.Va. (AP) – Authorities say two people suffered minor injuries when a small plane crashed in a neighborhood in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle.

Man wanted in connection with bar shooting
Man wanted in connection with bar shooting

The Charleston Police Department is looking for a man allegedly involved in the shooting at Boondocks Bar and Grill early Saturday morning. Donnell Strong, also known as “Pops alot” is wanted for wanton endangerment and being a felon in...

Patients given gift of sight after corneal transplants

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. (AP) – Being able to see the world with new eyes has become a reality for three people thanks to recently receiving corneal transplants from a specialist in Berkeley County.

Photos: Barbecue fest supports Burdette Center
Photos: Barbecue fest supports Burdette Center

Photos: John Norman Street namesakes celebrated
Photos: John Norman Street namesakes celebrated

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Cicadas are back in Ohio, West Virginia
Loud and low-carb Cicadas are back in Ohio, West Virginia

COLUMBUS, Ohio — The 17-year cicadas are coming again, millions of them, with their unnerving red eyes, orange wings and cacophonous mating song that can drown out the noise of passing jet planes.

Rick Steelhammer: Looking forward to hiking the Endless Wal-Mart Trail

As America’s national park system celebrates its 100th birthday this year, don’t be surprised if a logo for Duncan Hines, Betty Crocker or Pillsbury appears on the icing of its celebratory cake. It’s for a good cause: the park...

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