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In 25 years, no local agencies have opted into W.Va. safety program

In the more than 25 years since the West Virginia Occupational Safety and Health Act passed, no local government agencies have volunteered to accept oversight — and the possible punishment it brings — from the safety...

In 25 years, no local agencies have opted into W.Va. safety program

In the more than 25 years since the West Virginia Occupational Safety and Health Act passed, no local government agencies have volunteered to accept oversight — and the possible punishment it brings — from the safety ...

W.Va. congressional candidates talk Social Security, Medicare

With the federal budget deficit at its lowest level, relative to the size of the economy, since 2007, talk of cutting or reforming Medicare and Social Security — which dominated Washington in recent years — has been mostly absent in West ...

Delegate sidelined by military seeks 2nd term

MADISON — Delegate Joshua Nelson spent most of his first term learning to fly military jumbo jets in Texas, and almost none of it casting votes or pushing legislation 1,500 miles away in the state Capitol.

He...

Inspire WV works to get students to vote

This is how the voters look in your district, Chelsea Costello told a group of high school students Saturday morning in Charleston.

“Here’s the projected turnout,” Costello said, pointing at a list on a screen in front of...

Art may be art, but it’s also a business
Art may be art, but it’s also a business

As art galleries continue to open up in Charleston, featuring local and national artists, the city is becoming an art haven for consumers with more choices and low prices, local gallery owners said.

Kathy Boland remembers a time when the art...

TCU still a defensive power
TCU still a defensive power

MORGANTOWN — The conversations this week regarding West Virginia’s game with TCU today have seemed almost to come from one of those parallel universes in the old Star Trek series.

Granted, it’s...

Funerals for: November 02, 2014

Anderson, Edwin C. Jr. 3 p.m., First United Methodist Church, South Charleston.

Lane, Phyllis 3 p.m., Hafer Funeral Home, Elkview.

Martin, William 4 p.m., Keller Funeral Home, Dunbar.

McCormick,...

Robert Mullens
Robert Mullens

Robert "Bob" Mullens, 82, of Craigsville, and formerly of Richwood, doing what he loved to do, repairing his last project on October 25, 2014, Robert A. Mullens, stepped out of this world into and through the pearly gates.

Robert was a Korean...

Robert C. Olsen

Robert C. Olsen, 83, of Alum Creek, died Sat., Nov. 1, 2014. Curry Funeral Home, Alum Creek is assisting the family with arrangements.

Michael L. Falbo 10/4/50 - 10/31/14
Michael L. Falbo 10/4/50 - 10/31/14

Legendary bass guitarist, philosopher, warrior, poet, rebel with many causes, seeker of profound truths, avid student of humanity, and the rock of his family, Michael L. Falbo, passed away peacefully Friday morning, October 31, 2014, after a short,...

Linda Sue Burdette

Linda Sue Burdette, 69, of Meadow Bridge, died Sat., Nov. 1, 2014. Service will be 2 p.m. Mon., Nov. 3, at Smathers Funeral Chapel, Inc. Friends may call from 1 to 2 p.m. before the service at the funeral home. Arrangements by Smathers Funeral Home,...

Jean Ann Graves
Jean Ann Graves

Jean Ann Graves, 86, of Beckley, passed away Thursday, October 30, 2014, at Bowers Hospice House, after a long illness.

Born January 18, 1928, in Beckley, Jean was the daughter of the late Peyton and Alma Fleshman Graves. She graduated from...

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