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Attorney ‘disappointed’ with low Monsanto claimant sign-ups
Friday was the deadline for potential class-members in a landmark $93 million settlement against...
Annual LGBT conference coming up in Charleston
Morgantown braces for first WVU game since Baylor riots
Replacements selected for suspended Randolph judge


New hardwood company invests $1 million in Preston County facility
The Preston County Economic Development Authority announced Friday that a new hardwood...
Local CPA firm expands footprint with merger
As tire center closes, Ferry Street future up in the air
Beckley lands new nonstop Charlotte service, aircraft maintenance facility


‘The Elkview Blind Side’: Through kindness and conviction, W.Va. athlete rises above turbulent past
A fresh...
GW boys defeat Woodrow 3-1 for state berth
WVU freshman safety hitting his stride
Mitch Vingle: WVU, Herd feeling warmth of bright lights


There is a black light that never goes out — Eerie 3D black light art at Quarrier Diner and Timothy’s
Kids shouldn’t have all the fun at Halloween. That’s what Anna Pollitt,...
Community notes: Oct. 29, 2014
Charleston native wins at Vermont Fine Furniture Festival
From the kitchen: Mexican skillet


Review: ‘Sunset Overdrive’ is outrageously entertaining
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — I’m not sure of the exact moment when I fell in love with...
Things to do Saturday, Nov. 1, 2014
An unusual trio with new music makes for a superb concert
Encore performance: actor reprises lead role in Guild’s ‘Fiddler’


Two W.Va. and Va. coalfield towns welcome trails
BRAMWELL, W.Va. – All-terrain vehicle trail systems are bringing new life to two...
DNR’s Shingleton retires after 17 years as head of trout program
Hunters spend more than they get credit for
Food, disease work against coon hunters


Bert F. Cochran
Bert F. "Frank" Cochran, 78, of Diana, died Oct. 29, 2014. Service will be 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov.
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Edith Dempsey
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