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Heavy rain brings flooding
Every time a heavy rain comes to the area, Jerry Fox and Dollie Stilton’s home on Ewart Avenue floods.Continued ...
Councilmen recommend no further action against Mayor Pugh
After seeking outside legal guidance to determine whether or not Council could remove Beckley Mayor Emmett Pugh from office, Councilmen-at-Large Tim Berry and Cedric Robertson have recommended that no further action should be taken against the mayor.Continued ...
Tim Miley sworn in as speaker of the W.Va. House of Delegates
Tim Miley says he never dreamed that the day would dawn when the speaker’s gavel would rest firmly in his hands in the House of Delegates.Continued ...
We appreciate your patience
Beckley Newspapers is continuing its transition into another location during the temporary closure of our plant at 801 North Kanawha Street.Continued ...
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Miners doubleheader scheduled for tonight
There’s a phrase that brings joy to the face of fans of America’s pastime, from sea to shining sea – “free baseball.”Continued ...
- King’s Warriors ‘Road to Amazing’ under construction
- Bubba coming to Greenbrier Classic
- Miners return home to face Paints
- Miners doubleheader scheduled for tonight
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West Virginians should be proud of The Greenbrier Classic
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It’s not what happens that matters; it’s what we do with what happens to us
A couple of stories I heard this weekend reminded me again of the importance of attitude.
- It’s not what happens that matters; it’s what we do with what happens to us
DOL puts new black lung rules up for comment
The U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs has published for public comment a direct final rule and a companion proposed rule adopting updated standards for administering and interpreting digital radiographs for the Federal Black Lung Program.
The new rules will enable physicians who perform diagnostic testing of miner-claimants to use more modern medical technology to conduct a complete pulmonary evaluation.
- DOL puts new black lung rules up for comment
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For Mabel, with Love
When Dennis Williams’ phone rang in Clear Creek in May, it was a call he hadn’t expected.
The caller, Lisa Myhrens, told him that she’d been walking with her daughter at the lake, and they’d found a yellow balloon with his phone number on the shore.
Williams was surprised. The balloons had been released on May 3 at Ewing Creek Church in Clear Creek at a memorial celebration honoring his late wife, Mabel Ann Williams.
Mabel, 61, had passed away at the Williams home on March 28, following a battle with breast cancer.
- For Mabel, with Love