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American Legion posts plan to merge
To help deal with its decreasing membership numbers, Beckley American Legion Post 70 is planning a merger with Post 32.
“We see the benefit for both of us and for Raleigh County,” Post 32 Adjutant Frank Cook said. “Right now Post 70 is having membership problems and with membership problems comes financial problems.Continued ...
Tri-state coal interests rally before hearings
More than 2,000 union workers and others organized by the coal industry in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia joined top state elected officials Wednesday to rally against proposed stricter federal pollution regulations for coal-burning power plants.Continued ...
Tort reform group brings message to Beckley
How can West Virginia create more jobs and have a better business climate, at no cost to taxpayers?
Greg Thomas, executive director of the West Virginia Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (WV CALA), says legal reform is one of the answers to that question.Continued ...
‘Biscuit guy’ makes his mark with anthem at TWV
The old saying “being at the right place at the right time” couldn’t be more true for Calvin Alexander.
Thanks to a salad dressing bottle (and some impressive vocal skills), Alexander was invited to sing the national anthem not once, but twice, at Theatre West Virginia before the opening of “Hatfields and McCoyContinued ...
Judge in W.Va. asked to delay gay marriage ruling
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has asked a judge to postpone ruling on a federal lawsuit challenging West Virginia's same-sex marriage ban until the U.S. Supreme Court reviews a ruling in a similar case in Virginia.Continued ...
- American Legion posts plan to merge
Bush making Saints look good
For his first four seasons, Rafael Bush was simply looking to land on a roster — any roster.Continued ...
- Practice, not temps, heats up for Saints
- Run game a point of emphasis for Saints as camp continues
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Couple stops robber at Little General
When a man allegedly tried to rob the Little General on Johnstown Road, a clerk and her husband jumped in to save the day.Continued ...
- 8 sentenced in Raleigh County circuit court
- Police are continuing search for missing man
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Passions are high for the Big Four
When it comes to the English Premier League, there are clubs and there are kings.
- YMCA fall soccer registration underway
- Steelers to retire Hall of Famer Greene's No. 75
- Steelers' Bell looking for more decisive, productive season
- Charges dropped against WVU RB Smallwood
- Passions are high for the Big Four
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Missing from the show
If they attended, lawmakers would see strides made by TWV
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Wellness Wednesday: Adding an ‘I’ to TEAM
Erica Tuckwiller is pediatrician with a deep-seated passion for changing the course of the childhood obesity epidemic.
“As a physician, good nutrition is one of the biggest challenges I face in the care of our children and I actually have been involved in the fight against childhood obesity beginning with my senior thesis early in my college career at WVU,” she stated.
- Wellness Wednesday: Adding an ‘I’ to TEAM
Aspen recognized again for excellence in golf course renovation
A golf course designed by a Daniels company has been ranked the No. 1 renovation of the year project by a national magazine.
The Country Club of Buffalo golf course was recently awarded the 2014 Renovation of the Year award by Golf Inc. for projects that cost more than $1 million.
- Aspen recognized again for excellence in golf course renovation
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Lillys of the Mountain State come home
When Robert and Frances Lilly settled near the banks of the Bluestone River in the 1700s with their four sons, they might have dreamed it would be a place that their descendants would always call “home.”
- Lillys of the Mountain State come home
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2 women survive close call with coal train
A video camera captured the terrifying plight of two women as a freight train bore down on them as they walked along an 80-foot-high railroad bridge in Indiana. INCLUDES VIDEO.Continued ...
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- 2 women survive close call with coal train