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Marshall University presidential search process to start
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – A search firm is coming to Marshall University to gather information...
Police investigate shooting incident at Roane County school
Dunbar police seek would-be robber
Poca High School closing early


Low-fare Spirit service to resume at Yeager
More West Virginians than ever are expected to be boarding Spirit Airlines, the no-frills...
State exports decline 13 percent in 2014
Winter Blues Farmers Market comes to Charleston
Israeli officials look for W.Va. business opportunities


Monday cartoon
Donna Barksdale: Teach for America can support W.Va. schools
Editorial: Halting ACA an act of cruelty


Boys sectionals: Capital, Poca provide big targets
Things have really been going Capital’s way the past few weeks.The Cougars have...
WVU freshmen asked to do far more on the fly
Doug Smock: Loop, Taylor helped breathe life into season
Norman Chad: No good reason to want Olympic Games in Boston


Innerviews: Retired corporate lawyer finds true calling at Legal Aid
For 36 years, as a top corporate lawyer for one of Charleston’s most prestigious firms,...
Innerviews: Retired corporate lawyer finds true calling at Legal Aid
Innerviews: Retired corporate lawyer finds true calling at Legal Aid
Charleston man hopes to bring the music to blighted Detroit


Review: ‘The Order: 1886’ left me wanting more
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — “Always leave them wanting more.” P.T. Barnum...
Exhibit tells untold story of Greenbrier County’s African-American history
‘The Lion in Winter’ prowls across the local stage
Review: Symphony gives a memorable Mahler performance


Public meetings set on proposed new state hunting regs
SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia residents will have an opportunity this month to...
Scott Shalaway: Early signs of spring
W.Va. bowhunting group celebrates 35 years of archery advocacy
Questions could spark lively debate at March’s DNR sportsmen’s meetings


James L. O'Brien
James Lewis O'Brien, 81, of Ronceverte, died Feb. 28, 2015. Service will be 2 p.m. Wednesday,...
Howard Patterson Sr.
Mamie June Hicks
Lena P. Hall