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On the Prowl: Readers share their Christmas pet photos (with gallery)

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Last year, due to the popularity of our weekly Pet of the Week, we asked — on a whim — if readers would mind sharing their pets’ Christmas photos with us. We received an avalanche of mail and photos ...

Distiller, craft brewer promote WV-made drinks at Beer, Bourbon & Barbeque

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ROANOKE, W.Va. _ In addition to a meat feast, the second annual Beer, Bourbon & Barbeque festivities at Stonewall Resort last weekend featured, of course, plenty of beer and bourbon samples.

Just not the same o...

Take a culinary tour of the south — without leaving West Virginia

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Imagine how long it would take to drive through the Southeastern part of the United States, sampling local flavors along the way.

Say you started with the tumbleweeds of Texas and journeyed through the lowlands of...

Hickory Road reunion lets group be kids again — half a century later

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They came in a group, down South Hills’ Hickory Road, then stood together in the cool autumn air last Saturday and watched time disappear.

It was just that easy to look at the old neighborhood, at the stone...

W.Va. Molasses Festival stretches out supply of the homemade sweetener

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ARNOLDSBURG — Kenny Arnold’s dad would’ve been stunned — and baffled — to see his son, carefully pouring piping hot, homemade molasses into tiny, two-...

Reaping what you sow: Seeds of hope rejuvenate W.Va. Molasses Festival

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ARNOLDSBURG — This weekend’s West Virginia Molasses Festival will feature something that it hasn’t had a single sweet, gooey drop of for the last two years: West Vi...

The great corn maze mystery (video)

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MILTON — On a short list of great modern day mysteries, somewhere between “Where is Jimmy Hoffa” and “Were there really two shooters in Dallas,” perha...

Now we’re cookin’: Cast iron lessons to savor

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HUNTINGTON — Leaning across the line of fires and directly into a sheet of thick, searing smoke, I shook hands with Red Dog, a burly man with a long, scraggly salt-and-cayenne-colored b...

New tailgating service aims to score customers at Marshall home games

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Tailgating has long been a part of the football experience — after all, four quarters and a halftime show aren’t nearly long enough for avid fans to cheer on favorite teams.

Now there’s a new ...