I’ve been watching “Victoria” on West Virginia Public Broadcasting, a docudrama about Queen Victoria, the English monarch from June 1837 until her death in January of 1901. The writers have used the story to expose viewers to lesser-known British history.
I have used my space on this website on numerous occasions this season to spout off about the importance of using the various webcams located at the resorts in the Southeast as a way to make sure you know what you are getting into, after making a decision to go and play in the snow.
Hidden Creek Mercantile at 2803 Main St. in Hurricane is hosting a variety of upcoming, Irish-themed activities in conjunction with St. Patrick’s Day and the Tastes and Talents Month activities going on in March throughout Putnam County.
March has arrived and, before long, we’ll start being inundated with ads for weight loss and getting in shape for summer. (In truth, it’s already begun.)
During this winter while I was out training, I saw Wyatt Hanshaw, a sophomore distance runner for Hurricane High School also running to get ready for the season.
Putnam County voters will have the opportunity to try out the county’s new touch-screen voting machines before voting begins this year.
Last week’s dalliance into temperatures over 80 degrees may have prompted a few, brief shivers of spring fever (as opposed to the shivers that have seemed to have lasted longer than a few months this consistently cold winter).
- WVU dominates Marshall, storms into Sweet 16
- Nothing goes right for ragged Marshall in loss to WVU
- WV Culinary Team: My Appalachian blood type is bread pudding
- WVU football keeping an eye toward the future
- Attorney general objects to proposed distribution of settlement funds
- WV Supreme Court: Complete internet restriction violates 1st Amendment
- Dear Abby: Longtime addiction remains secret in woman’s past
- Marshall player to play in tournament 20 years after father did for WVU
- Kanawha YMCA leader, former gubernatorial candidate running for school board
- 10 WV state parks to host deer hunts this fall