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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...

Valley Campus church thriving at The Commons
Valley Campus church thriving at The Commons

Two years ago, the Randolph Street Baptist Church on Charleston’s West Side decided to make things easier for its parishioners who were driving to the Charleston church from areas west of the capital city.

In Charleston, Clinton talks about need to fight opioid abuse
In Charleston, Clinton talks about need to fight opioid abuse

Former U.S. Secretary of State and Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton met with state and local leaders at the University of Charleston Tuesday for a panel discussion of West Virginia and the nation’s struggle with opioid addiction. ...

Farmer’s Table: Asparagus Barleyotto
Farmer’s Table: Asparagus Barleyotto

My local discount grocery store continues to offer more organic and healthy food options.

West Virginia Wildfire women’s football team to play at Little Creek Park
West Virginia Wildfire women’s football team to play at Little Creek Park

The West Virginia Wildfire, a nonprofit, women’s semi-professional football team, will be playing games this season at Little Creek Park in South Charleston.

Dunbar Middle School Odyssey of the Mind team heading to world finals
Dunbar Middle School Odyssey of the Mind team heading to world finals

A team of gifted students at Dunbar Middle School will be putting their problem-solving skills to the test soon in the Odyssey of the Mind world finals at Iowa State University.

Fundraising campaign underway for St. Albans train depot
Fundraising campaign underway for St. Albans train depot

As the railroad tracks next to the St. Albans train depot begin to rumble and a far-off train whistle gets steadily louder, Gary Burdette smiles and remembers the “hustle and bustle” of the depot’s heyday.

Kanawha, Cabell clerks sued for not taking online voter registrations

The county clerks of Kanawha and Cabell counties have been sued after they refused to accept online voter registrations from the Secretary of State’s office.

Charleston Elks Lodge members elect first female ‘Exalted Ruler’
Charleston Elks Lodge members elect first female ‘Exalted Ruler’

For the first time in its century-plus history, the Charleston Elks Lodge #202 will have a woman leading the herd.

Spring into Gardening coming to Coonskin
Spring into Gardening coming to Coonskin

To learn about the birds and the bees -- literally -- and other agricultural matters, the Kanawha County Extension Service Master Gardeners will host a Spring into Gardening event on Saturday, May 7 at Coonskin Park in Charleston.

After Clinton protests, Bill Cole endorses Trump
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...

Tax pledge could affect WV budget talks

One factor contributing to the now 52-day state budget impasse could be that one-fourth of the members of the House of Delegates have signed Republican political activist Grover Norquist’s no tax increase pledge.

West Virginia American Water seeks additional rate hike

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia American Water is asking state regulators to approve a 1.9 percent surcharge on customers’ bills to fund infrastructure replacement projects.

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