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After Clinton protests, Bill Cole endorses Trump
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After Clinton protests, Bill Cole endorses Trump

State Senate President Bill Cole, the Republican candidate for governor, endorsed Donald Trump for president Tuesday, while state Senate Minority Leader Jeff Kessler reiterated his support for Sen. Bernie Sanders and the two other Democratic...

Raleigh County PSD lifts boil-water advisory

The Raleigh County Public Service District has lifted the boil-water advisory issued for customers of the Airport System.

Historic cabins in Charleston being torn down
Historic cabins in Charleston being torn down

One day after Charleston City Council passed a bill that could extend the stay of demolition of historic buildings from 90 days to nine months, crews began working to disassemble two log cabins in South Hills that date back to the late 1840s.

WV education official resigns after domestic violence charge
WV education official resigns after domestic violence charge

Three weeks after his criminal charges became public, the man overseeing the West Virginia Department of Education’s child-...

Farmer’s Table: Rhubarb Berry Pie
Farmer’s Table: Rhubarb Berry Pie

Rhubarb is a seasonal herbaceous perennial vegetable that grows from rhizomes. It is one of the first plants to emerge in the spring. It belongs to the same family as buckwheat and sorrel.

Eric Douglas: Connecting with teens, saving the world
Eric Douglas: Connecting with teens, saving the world

As the father of two teenage girls, I heard something recently that I almost never hear.

Buffalo farm to host ‘Go Red’ fundraiser in May
Buffalo farm to host ‘Go Red’ fundraiser in May

In mid-May, many are expected to kick up their boot heels and “party with a purpose” at Gritt’s Farm.

Putnam Career Center students earn medals in 3D printing competition
Putnam Career Center students earn medals in 3D printing competition

A team of two students from the Putnam County Career and Technical Center in Eleanor took home silver medals in the first-ever Additive Manufacturing competition at the SkillsUSA state championships in Bridgeport on April 16.

Yard, rummage sales abound throughout the valley this week

A bounty of bargains and second-hand treasures can be found throughout the Kanawha Valley this week at yard, rummage and similar sales. Many will include refreshments, such as hot dogs, baked goods and other food offerings, as well.

Bethel Baptist Church in Spring Hill observing 70th anniversary
Bethel Baptist Church in Spring Hill observing 70th anniversary

With an eye to the future, Bethel Baptist Church in South Charleston honored its past as it observed its 70th anniversary last weekend with a variety of family events.

Christian Deiss: Stacking up the competition
Christian Deiss: Stacking up the competition

Usually in my column, the sports topics I write about are sports that most people can easily relate to, such as soccer, football, baseball, running, etc.

Foam at the Dome brewing in Charleston
Foam at the Dome brewing in Charleston

More than 40 breweries, offering 150 craft and other beers, will be serving those 21 and older at the Foam at the Dome event from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, May 7 at the University of Charleston stadium (former Laidley Field).

Poca Percussion Ensemble wins championship
Poca Percussion Ensemble wins championship

The warmup in the echo chamber that is the Poca Middle School gym got the attention of everyone and whetted their appetites for what was to follow.

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