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OSHA cites W.Va. sawmill for workplace risks

WAYNE, W.Va. – A West Virginia sawmill that serves the coal industry is facing an $85,000 in federal penalties for what the government says is a workplace that puts its workers at risk of serious injuries.

The U.S. Department of...

RANDOLPH-KING
RANDOLPH-KING

Amelia Lynn King and Roy Donald Randolph, III were married Saturday, May 17, 2014 on the deck overlooking the New River at Adventures on the Gorge in Fayette County, West Virginia. Reverend Sharon Mullins performed the double- ring ceremony....

PENCE-STARCHER
PENCE-STARCHER

Lisa Marie Starcher and David Roger Pence were married at Café Cimino Country Inn on May 3, 2014. Pastor Kent Estep officiated.

The bride is the daughter of Chuck Starcher of Scott Depot and Debi and Jan Jarvis of St. Albans and the...

NEIL-BLAIR
NEIL-BLAIR

Sandra Lynn Blair and Gary James Neil were united in marriage on Saturday, August 23, 2014 at half past two o'clock in the afternoon at Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church in Charleston, West Virginia. The ceremony was officiated by Reverend Bob Wood....

Hays-Tankersley
Hays-Tankersley

Marta Tankersley and Robert Hays were married at dusk in a rose garden ceremony Sunday, August 10, 2014. The Rev. Thomas Roberts officiated.

The bride is a staff writer, photographer and videographer for The Charleston Gazette and a student at ...

Harmonious choral career filled with high notes   
Harmonious choral career filled with high notes   

Life didn't turn out exactly the way he envisioned, but he isn't complaining. Sure, he might have tweaked a few things here and there, but at 71, Truman Dalton looks back on his musical journey with considerable satisfaction....

Dunlap-Holstein
Dunlap-Holstein

Billy Dunlap and Marcy Holstein were married on Saturday, June 28, 2014, at Virginia's Chapel in Cedar Grove, WV, with Larry Kinder officiating. After the ceremony the couple spent their honeymoon at Smith Mountain Lake in Virginia and resides in...

Loudendale sewer system feasible; now where’s the money?
Loudendale sewer system feasible; now where’s the money?

Jeff Blount didn’t come to be a community leader in Loudendale by being a pessimist.

That’s why Blount refuses to give up on a sewer project for the community that’s been talked about since 1998.

“If all the...

Doug Smock: Herd protecting home turf in style
Doug Smock: Herd protecting home turf in style

HUNTINGTON — The big slogan of Marshall football these days is “Protect the M.”

Trust me: The 13th letter of the English alphabet is being protected.

With armed guards. Barbed wire. A moat, ...

Statehouse Beat: Lobbyist spending down over the summer
Statehouse Beat: Lobbyist spending down over the summer

Five lobbyists chipped in to host a reception and dinner Aug. 26 in Clarksburg for legislators attending out-of-town interim meetings in nearby Bridgeport, according to the latest round of lobbyists’ financial disclosures to the Ethics...

New W.Va. schools superintendent starts work

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia’s new schools superintendent is heading straight to the source on his first day of work.

Michael Martirano plans to visit the newly built Edgewood Elementary in Charleston following a swearing-in...

Deputies investigate robbery near Sissonville

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Authorities in Kanawha and Jackson counties are looking for two men who allegedly stole a dump truck, robbed a convenience store and left the dump truck burning early this morning near Sissonville.

Cpl. Brian Humphreys of...

New state principals set for leadership academy

FLATWOODS, W.Va. – School administrators from across West Virginia are gathering this week in Flatwoods.

The West Virginia Center for Professional Development is hosting 128 new principals and assistant principals on Tuesday and Wednesday ...

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