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Kanawha, Putnam officials accept pay raises

All but one of the Kanawha and Putnam county officials approved for 12 percent raises effective this month have accepted the increases.

Ora Ash, deputy state auditor in charge of local government services, said the state auditor’s office...

Kanawha, Putnam officials accept pay raises

All but one of the Kanawha and Putnam county officials approved for 12 percent raises effective this month have accepted the increases.

Ora Ash, deputy state auditor in charge of local government services, said the state auditor’s office ...

As Freedom tanks come down, bankruptcy claims deadline looms
As Freedom tanks come down, bankruptcy claims deadline looms

As crews continue this week to demolish chemical tanks along the Elk River, residents and businesses face a Friday deadline to file financial claims against Freedom Industries if they want be compensated as part of the company’s bankruptcy...

County clerks play it safe on gay marriage

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — After a federal appeals court declared Utah’s ban on same-sex marriage unconstitutional, some county clerks in neighboring Colorado — covered by the same federal circuit — began issuing marriage licenses ...

Speaker: Spill law should exempt small oil, gas

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia House Speaker Tim Miley wants Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin to limit regulation on small oil and gas operators in a law responding to a January chemical spill.

In a July 9 letter, Miley said small, non-Marcellus...

DHHR workers to picket over large caseloads

OAK HILL, W.Va. – West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources employees picketing outside the agency’s Fayette County office Tuesday to raise awareness over what they call large, unmanageable caseloads.

The West Virginia ...

Four accused of arson scheme in Harrison

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Four West Virginia residents have been accused of burning a Harrison County home to collect more than $171,000 in insurance money.

The state Fire Marshal’s Office said warrants filed in Harrison County Court...

Aldi, Five Guys plan Putnam locations

WINFIELD — A grocer, burger joint and manufacturer have plans to open new Putnam County locations.

The county Office of Planning and Infrastructure has approved permits it received last week for Aldi and Five...

Inwood man gets prison for sex abuse, child porn

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — A West Virginia man who pleaded no contest to sexual abuse and possession of child pornography has been sentenced to up to 29 years in prison.

Media outlets reported that Donald Freedman...

Senate confirms Harris nomination to appeals court

RICHMOND, Va. – The U.S. Senate has confirmed the nomination of Pamela Harris to the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

Harris fills a vacancy on the court created when Judge Andre Davis took senior status in February.

The Richmond-...

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Unity of Kanawha Valley will be home for the monthly Inner Listening class with Marianne Gettman at 10:30 a.m. on Saturday. The class consists of mindful breathing exercises, stretching, meditations and Qigong Flow and is on a love offering basis only....

Full animal shelter lowers adoption fees

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Staff at the Kanawha/Charleston Humane Association Animal Shelter are so overrun with cats and dogs they are again being forced to lower adoption fees.

“When we need to move them, we mark them down,”...

Charges against WVU’s Smallwood dismissed

Charges against WVU running back Wendell Smallwood were dropped today, according to Jason Miller, the public officer of the Delaware attorney general’s office.

Smallwood was accused of trying to intimidate a witness in a murder case...

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