Toasty and toast-worthy sippables
Soup is a “go to” staple come scarf and hat season. When daylight is in limited supply, there’s simply not enough time for both holiday mayhem and daily dinner preparations.
When holidays hurt
How new traditions may help the grieving
- Lewisburg United Methodist Church taking poinsettia orders
Hinton volunteers get statewide recognition for community service
Two Hinton residents have been recognized by a state organization for their dedication and service to the community.
BAF offers new 'Feeding Our Friends' challenge
Traditionally, the annual Community Grant Program of the Beckley Area Foundation has emphasized awarding grants for durable goods that can be used over a multi-year period by the nonprofit charitable applicants.
- This world needs more bridge builders
New tastes to fall for
Who says there’s no accounting for taste? Three hundred-thousand home chefs faithful to any of the 300 annual Taste of Home Cooking Schools held across America will join once again this year to hone their culinary skills in time for the holidays.
Artisan’s fabrics, patterns stitch together unique story
Suzanne Kniceley has sewn herself into Tamarack: The Best of West Virginia.
Workshop at NRCTC to draw inspiration from Pearl S. Buck
Pulit-zer and Nobel Prize-winning author Pearl S. Buck was best known for her writing about China, especially in her beloved novel “The Good Earth.” But her roots were in the Greenbrier Valley of West Virginia.
‘Five Love Languages’ dinner meetings planned for couples
WVU Extension is offering a “Five Love Languages” dinner meeting for couples who are married or in a committed relationship.
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