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Need help keeping squirrels at bay?

They’re vermin to some. Cunning adversaries to others. Squirrels have long been a source of fascination and frustration for gardeners and bird enthusiasts engaged in a near-constant battle to keep them away from the nuts and seeds put out for...

Need help keeping squirrels at bay?
Need help keeping squirrels at bay?

They’re vermin to some. Cunning adversaries to others. Squirrels have long been a source of fascination and frustration for gardeners and bird enthusiasts engaged in a near-constant battle to keep them away from the nuts and seeds put out for...

Father and sons allegedly raped girl
Father and sons allegedly raped girl

A Wirt County man and his two sons were arrested after allegedly raping another young family member multiple times.

State Police arrested Randy Lane Hammer, 61, Thomas Rex Hammer, 23, and Paul Randolph Hammer, 25, all of Elizabeth on Tuesday....

Council supports ward drop

A Charleston City Council committee supported dropping one of the city’s 21 wards Wednesday evening.

Members of the Redistricting Committee were unanimous in their decision to introduce a 20-ward plan.

The dropped ward would be on...

Fourth grade students caught dealing drugs

GREELEY, Colo. — School officials in northern Colorado are asking parents to take care with their newly legal recreational marijuana, after fourth graders were caught dealing the drug on an elementary school campus.

John Gates, director...

Letters, April 24, 2014

Single moms can be successful, too

Editor:

As I was running some errands today, I drove passed a father and son playing soccer in their yard. I was immediately flooded with memories of my son’s younger years. I was a single mom....

Jared Hunt column: Consumers adjust to ‘Amazon Tax’

Online shoppers appear to be getting around sales taxes similar to one passed in West Virginia last year that target large retailers like Amazon.com, according to a new study from researchers at Ohio State University.

In a ...

‘American Idiot’ closes Marshall Artists Series season Thursday
‘American Idiot’ closes Marshall Artists Series season Thursday

Follow the “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” to Huntington Thursday for the Marshall Artists Series presentation of the Broadway musical “American Idiot,” based on Green...

Bridal boutique set to open downtown
Bridal boutique set to open downtown

Attorney plans to open bridal shop in May 2

‘Antigone’ is the feel good tragedy of the season
‘Antigone’ is the feel good tragedy of the season

Director Marlette Carter said her new production of Sophocles's “Antigone” is the feel-good play of the season.

“No matter what you're going through, odds are your life is better than what's happening to the characters in...

Up, up and away: human cannonball brings high-flying excitement to circus
Up, up and away: human cannonball brings high-flying excitement to circus

There's no such thing as flying through the air with the greatest of ease. That’s according to aerialist and human cannonball Gemma Kirby.

“A lot of the time, people look at circus athletes and think ‘fearless,...

Health advocates want funding restored

A group of children’s health advocates wants the Legislature to restore about $1 million in state funding — vetoed in March by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin — for programs that address child abuse, domestic violence and early childhood...

E.U. envoy promotes trade pact
E.U. envoy promotes trade pact

West Virginia — as well as the European Union and the United States as a whole — can benefit from the Transatlantic Trade Investment Partnership, European Union Ambassador Joao Vale de Almeida said during a visit to Charleston Wednesday....

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