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The Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve
Situated adjacent to the New River Gorge National River in Fayette County, the 10,600-acre property comprising the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve (more commonly dubbed “the Summit”) has been exalted as a key player in ensuring that southern West Virginia’s economy moves forward.Continued ...
WVU rifle team has Monday date at the White House
West Virginia University's 2013 national championship rifle team has a date at the White House.Continued ...
Celebrating Meals on Wheels
Brenda Linkous of Beckley knows how to budget.Continued ...
Senate passes nearly 40 bills as time winds down
The State Senate passed nearly 40 bills on third reading Friday. Among them were raising the minimum wage, and electronic toll collection for roads built after the Division of Highways’ six-year plan has lapsed.Continued ...
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Senate Bill will regulate above ground storage tanks
Legislation designed to regulate above-ground storage tanks, written in response to a chemical leak on the Elk River early in the session, got a unanimous vote in the state Senate Friday night and high praise from the bill’s author.Continued ...
- Greenbrier alters school calendar to make up days
- Young Country Tour to visit Beckley this month
- Abortion bill moves to third reading in the Senate
- Senate Bill will regulate above ground storage tanks
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Westside wins a classic
Many words will be used to describe Friday night’s battle for the Class AA Region 3, Section 1 championship between No. 4 Wyoming East and No. 6 Westside, but one that will be used the most is simple — classic.Continued ...
- Lady Spartans punch their ticket to state tournament
- Fast start propels Valley past Wildcats
- Annual Biddy-Buddy tournament gives the chance to grow as players and friends
- WVU finishes season today at home vs. Kansas
- Westside wins a classic
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NPS Report: Tourists spend $45 million visiting New River Gorge
If you’ve spent some time in a national park recently, whether it was to commune with nature or to steal some picnic baskets, you’ve helped the economy, according to a report from the National Park Service.
- NPS Report: Tourists spend $45 million visiting New River Gorge
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Accountability helps Fayetteville man change his lifestyle, improve his health
In his late 40s, Randy Housh’s energy slowly dropped. He just felt tired a lot. His feet sometimes went numb. It had been coming on for a while. “I just felt blah most of the time,” he recalls.
- Accountability helps Fayetteville man change his lifestyle, improve his health
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Jimmy Fallon's 'Tonight Show' debut: Social media reacts
Jimmy Fallon kicked off a new era on "The Tonight Show" Monday night and garnered mostly positive reviews. Here's a sampling of reaction on social media.
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