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Bulletin Board: Feb. 12, 2016

The Marshall University School of Music and Theatre’s lecture series, MUsic Mondays, resumes at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Cellar Door, 905 Third Ave., Huntington. The lecture, “Schubert and The Wanderer: A Winter’s Journey,”...

Last hours of armed standoff play out online for listeners

The end of a nearly six-week-long standoff at an Oregon wildlife refuge played out live on the Internet, with tens of thousands of people listening as supporters encouraged the last armed occupiers to surrender.

Bulletin Board: Feb. 12, 2016

The Marshall University School of Music and Theatre’s lecture series, MUsic Mondays, resumes at 6:30 p.m. Monday at the Cellar Door, 905 Third Ave., Huntington. The lecture, “Schubert and The Wanderer: A Winter’s Journey,”...

Officials offer tips to protect pets from cold
Officials offer tips to protect pets from cold

With Iditarod-like temperatures predicted for this weekend, humane officials are cautioning pet owners to keep their animals safe.

Committee still mum on proposed science standards repeal

Despite hours of talk about a Common Core repeal bill in the West Virginia House Education Committee, committee members still haven’t discussed at length why the currently considered version would also block the new non-Common Core science...

Kanawha Clean-up events announced for spring

The Kanawha County Commission announced dates for its three Spring Clean-Up events at a special commission meeting Thursday.

Bar crawl, craft beer fest on tap for spring
Bar crawl, craft beer fest on tap for spring

Beer enthusiasts have a lot to look forward to this spring.

‘Dismemberment’ abortion ban bill advances
‘Dismemberment’ abortion ban bill advances

West Virginia lawmakers advanced legislation Thursday that would ban a common second-trimester abortion procedure spotlighted in a series of videos that targeted Planned Parenthood last year.

State sees spike in claims for vehicles damaged by deteriorating roads
State sees spike in claims for vehicles damaged by deteriorating roads

Used to be, the state Court of Claims paid out an average of 700 to 800 claims a year for vehicles damaged because of poor road conditions, Clerk of the Court Cheryle Hall said Thursday.

Putnam judge wrong in dismissing charges against man, Supreme Court rules
Putnam judge wrong in dismissing charges against man, Supreme Court rules

The state Supreme Court reinstated two misdemeanor charges against a man in Putnam County on Thursday, overruling a judge who said the man hadn’t been tried on the charges soon enough.

Tomblin vetoes prevailing wage bill
Tomblin vetoes prevailing wage bill

As expected, Democratic Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Thursday vetoed bills that would make West Virginia a right-to-work state (SB 1), and repeal the state’s Prevailing Wage Act (HB 4005), saying neither bill will create jobs or grow the state...

No. 10 WVU mixes and matches lineups
No. 10 WVU mixes and matches lineups

MORGANTOWN — West Virginia has used four different starting lineups this season, and each change has come in the last 10 games. Every alteration was a matter of necessity and not ingenuity as each was prompted by...

Mitch Vingle: Civic Center, Huggins and hoops notes
Mitch Vingle: Civic Center, Huggins and hoops notes

The views from here:

When I made my way to the Charleston Civic Center for the Little General Shootout in the Big House, I pulled into the back parking lot on Lee Street.

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