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Funerals for: September 22, 2014

Adkins, Darrell 11 a.m., Wilson


Ball, Victoria 1 p.m., Fidler & Frame Funeral Home, Belle.


Campbell, Richard Noon, Preston Funeral Home, Charleston.

Linnie Mae King

Linnie Mae King, 48, of Charleston, passed away Sept. 19, 2014. Service will be 11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 25, at Cunningham-Parker-Johnson Funeral Home, Charleston. Visitation will be 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24, at the funeral home.

Alexander Browning
Alexander Browning

Alexander Todd Browning, of Scott Depot, gave up his fight with multiple sclerosis on Friday, September 19, 2014.

Todd was born August 20, 1969, to Vernon "Skip" and Carrie Browning with whom he made his home.

He was preceded in death by...

Thousands call for action in NYC, around globe
Thousands call for action in NYC, around globe

NEW YORK — Tens of thousands of activists walked through Manhattan on Sunday, warning that climate change is destroying the Earth – in stride with demonstrators around the world who urged policymakers to take ...

Plants hearing begins with national spotlight on domestic violence

Amid high-profile domestic violence cases around the nation, a hearing to remove Mark Plants as Kanawha County prosecuting attorney begins today.

After Plants was charged with two misdemeanor domestic-violence related charges, his office was...

Lunch in the trees
Lunch in the trees

Readers’ Voice: Sept. 22, 2014

Very few people have anything good to say about Shelley Moore Capito. I realize that money has continuously re-elected her. Let’s stop this on Nov. 4. Natalie Tennant will do a good job in the Senate. She knows what seniors, women and the...

Turning 50 sends woman running — toward better health
Turning 50 sends woman running — toward better health

The catalyst for a lifestyle change can come in many forms. A doctor’s orders, a loved one’s encouragement or a simple dare can cause a person to live a healthier lifestyle.

For Tuanya Layton, her catalyst came in the form of two...

Holgorsen: ‘It’s a good time to regroup’
Holgorsen: ‘It’s a good time to regroup’

MORGANTOWN — After a 2-2 split of the first four games of the season, West Virginia now gets a week off to rest and recharge for the bulk of the Big 12 schedule.

The break comes at a good time, too, given that ...

Doug Smock: Leggett’s return a boost for Herd
Doug Smock: Leggett’s return a boost for Herd

AKRON, Ohio — So what was the best news for Marshall after burying another opponent 40-something to whatever?

For my money, the return of safety A.J. Leggett.

The Thundering Herd did well enough during...

SC’s Poe: Scholar, athlete, All-American swimmer
SC’s Poe: Scholar, athlete, All-American swimmer

South Charleston High School senior swimmer Adam Poe was recently selected to the Scholastic All-American team by USA Swimming.

To be an All-American, an athlete must have a minimum of a 3.5 GPA on a 4.0 scale and posted a time within standards ...

Norman Chad: Hard to root against anonymous Royals

You’d have to be cold-blooded and coldhearted, or living under a rock with slimy snakes, or camped out in a Yankee Stadium parking lot, or as cynical and hardened and disillusioned as a D.C. lobbyist at a Georgetown dinner party, not to be...

Early life in Syria molds human rights advocate
Early life in Syria molds human rights advocate

She left the incessant danger and bloodshed in Syria and Lebanon at age 26. In America, in Charleston, West Virginia, she started fresh. She made a name for herself as a civil rights activist, a priority prompted by the tragedies she witnessed almost...

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