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Tracks back open after Fayette train disaster
MOUNT CARBON, W.Va. -- The railway is back open and the state of emergency is over 11 days after...
Attorneys in Freedom Industries bankruptcy: ‘We just can’t wait any longer’
Judges OK more than $11.3 million payout to former MSU students
Raleigh General, doctor sued over heart procedures


Winter Blues Farmers Market comes to Charleston
Rachel Taylor hopes her love for maple catches on in the Mountain State. Taylor’s...
Israeli officials look for W.Va. business opportunities
Walmart says Putnam store will employ 95 people
Solar advocates wary of provision in bill


Donnie Samms: Are you friends of coal or friends of coal miners
Chris Hamilton’s recent op-ed personally attacking UMWA President Cecil E. Roberts...
Thursday cartoon
Don Perdue: One set of rules if you are poor, another set for everyone else
James Felsen: The danger of scientific solipsism


Long’s 20 points lead Sissonville past Hoover in girls sectionals
Sissonville’s Mikayla Long was cool as a cucumber in her first postseason game Wednesday...
Herd seniors sense renewed enthusiasm
Dave Hickman: Mountaineer for a day lends a hand to Huggins
Ripley hopes to make noise at state wrestling tournament


Facebook’s many faces
Nola Todd was starting kindergarten when her mom created a Facebook page — and began...
Community notes: Feb. 25, 2015
From the Kitchen: Fresh from the Big Easy
Anton Shelepov brings his Russian way of life to Charleston, symphony


Things to do today: Feb. 27, 2015
MARSHALL PETTY AND THE GROOVE: 5 to 8 p.m. Free. 5 Corners Cafe, corner of Delaware Avenue and...
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In short: Feb. 26-March 4
Community theater


Seasons coming to close for many game species in state
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia is reminding hunters and trappers that seasons...
Scott Shalaway: Lost in a whiteout
W.Va. angler travels the world in search of trout
John McCoy: ‘Devil is in the details’ for new deer-farm regulations


Vera "Pennie" Stafford
Vera "Pennie" Stafford, 85, of Charleston, passed away Feb. 25, 2015 at Hubbard Hospice House.
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