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Things to do Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015

Music

STONESTREET: 7 to 10 p.m. Admission $8. Marmet Recreation Center, 8500 MacCorkle Ave., Marmet. Call 304-949-9692.

RUSSELL MOORE AND IIIRD TYME OUT: 7:30 p.m. Adults $18, seniors $12, children 12 and under $5. Mountaineer Opry House,...

Things to do Saturday, Jan. 10, 2015

Music

STONESTREET: 7 to 10 p.m. Admission $8. Marmet Recreation Center, 8500 MacCorkle Ave., Marmet. Call 304-949-9692.

RUSSELL MOORE AND IIIRD TYME OUT: 7:30 p.m. Adults $18, seniors $12, children 12 and under $5. Mountaineer Opry House,...

Bulletin Board: Jan. 10, 2015

Sissonville council

The Greater Sissonville Development Council will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday in the Sissonville Library.

Reunion group meeting

The Magazine/Garrison Avenue Area Reunion Group will meet at 8:30 a.m. Jan. 17 at...

Charges being filed in crime spree that killed NC couple

RALEIGH, N.C. – Murder charges are being filed against a father and son accused of killing a North Carolina couple as part of a multistate crime spree that ended in a police shootout in West Virginia, authorities said Friday.

Edward...

Bat-wielding neighbor thwarts robber

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. -- A bat-wielding neighbor was able to thwart a robbery early Thursday in Huntington, State Police said.

State Police spokesman Lt. Michael Baylous said Trooper First Class S.D. Brody of the Huntington State Police detachment...

Editorial: W.Va. school board in denial about climate facts

Decades ago, the tobacco industry secretly sank millions into a campaign to cause confusion over scientific findings that cigarettes kill people. Friendly scientists were paid large sums to rebut the rise of ominous evidence. “Doubt is our...

Report outlines state’s chemical leak missteps

In its most frank assessment since last year’s leak at Freedom Industries, the Tomblin administration said Friday that West Virginia had inadequate environmental regulations to prevent such an incident and lacked sufficient training and...

DEP’s Huffman opposes removing water protections

State Department of Environmental Protection Secretary Randy Huffman said today that he would strongly oppose any move by lawmakers to strip streams across West Virginia of their designation as potential drinking water sources.

“Clearly...

Patriot Coal moves national headquarters to Scott Depot

Patriot Coal announced on Friday that earlier this year, it made its local operating offices in Scott Depot also the company’s national headquarters.

“The move from St. Louis will accomplish dual objectives of reducing...

W.Va. Symphony Orchestra plans ‘pay what you wish’ concerts
W.Va. Symphony Orchestra plans ‘pay what you wish’ concerts

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Symphony Orchestra will perform its first “pay what you wish” concerts, exploring the question of how much will people pay for the arts.

The sliding scale ticket event will feature...

Burnsville clinic robbed

BURNSVILLE, W.Va. -- West Virginia State Police are looking for two men who robbed a Braxton County medical clinic on Thursday.

State Police spokesman Lt. Michael Baylous said two men walked into the Burnsville Medical Center about 4 p.m....

DHHR Diamond building closes after pipe breaks

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The Department of Health and Human Resources’ Diamond building is closed today after a pipe ruptured in the facility, and the agency’s offices are likely to be closed through the weekend.

While the building is...

A year later: Chemical spills continue, and so do questions
A year later: Chemical spills continue, and so do questions

The 13 white tanks that lined the Elk River just north of downtown Charleston are all gone now. Bankrupt Freedom Industries ripped them apart, tore them down and sold them for scrap.

A year ago...

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