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Renew W.Va. car registration online
State residents strapped for time got a break Tuesday when Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and Acting Division of Motor Vehicles Director Steve Dale announced new DMV online options for renewing vehicle registration.Continued ...
Manchin says mines should speak out about coal
The Democratic senator leading the battle against the White House’s strategy to fight climate change urged the mining industry on Tuesday to speak out about coal’s role in providing affordable, reliable electricity to the country to help combat strict new emissions rules for coal-fired power plants.Continued ...
Rainelle Town Council pulls plans to annex roads
Residents of several communities in Greenbrier County can rest assured they won’t be affected by a proposed road annexation after Rainelle Town Council decided not to move forward with the plan.Continued ...
City and county code enforcement offices separate
After 10 years of partnership, the City of Beckley and the Raleigh County Code Enforcement offices have decided to part ways.Continued ...
Mayor Bill O’Brien said after several meetings with county commissioners, the groups decided to separate.
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Raleigh’s $19.6 million budget approved at special meeting
Raleigh County’s $19.6 million budget for fiscal year 2014-15 is on the books. The budget and the levy rate were approved at a special county commission meeting Tuesday morning.Continued ...
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Vehicle strikes guardrail, then pedestrian
A Flat Top resident was charged Monday with driving under the influence and driving while suspended after the car she was driving hit a pedestrian in Mercer County.Continued ...
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McClung moving from mound to dugout
Seth McClung was getting his daughters Madison and Fallon inside and ready for their baths when his phone rang. He’s said before that he enjoys the role of “daddy day care.”Continued ...
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Solutions for drug war may need to be as tough as the problem
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“Missy’s here — we’re not going to win. Missy’s here…”
Learning she was a perceived threat from two women whispering at the starting line behind her, women she had never met from among the hopping, stretching, Lycra-clad crowd, had one effect on Missy Burleson — a smile spreading as far as her feet were about to sprint her.
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Custom car care
Lewis Automotive Group has added exhaust and mufflers to its list of available services.
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VIDEO: New River shows off Arts and Science Building
Surveying the sun-drenched, soaring student center inside New River Community and Technical College’s newly renovated Arts and Science Building, it’s difficult to imagine that as recently as a year ago a rabbit warren of 20 windowless offices occupied this space.
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No shows escaped death by Craigslist killer
The young woman who says she was driven by satanic spirts to commit a cross-country murder spree over the last six years says authorities are not taking her claims seriously and that she tried to lured other central Pennslyvania men into her death snare with online companionship ads but they didn't show up.
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