Lessons from that pesky groundhog
Well, if the groundhog isn’t on the endangered species list, it should be. That pudgy prognosticator better keep his big fat head buried deep in a hole somewhere.
WVSOM to host Interfaith Amigos
As part of its Celebrate Osteopathic Medicine (COM) Week, the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine will host the Interfaith Amigos Feb. 20 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Lewis Theatre. The event is free of charge.
VIDEO: In the (inclement weather) zone
Parental attitudes concerning the recent unexpected expansion of Martin Luther King Day into Martin Luther King Break ran the gamut from “slightly stressed but still smiling” to “utterly defeated.”
Not ones to dwell on what can’t be changed, those who chose to comment while entertaining their kids at Beckley fun space Jump Zone did have a noteworthy suggestion for entrepreneurs on the market for a family-friendly cash cow to milk in bad weather: Build it and we will come.
From cast iron to the grid iron
Hospital food jokes have officially lost their punchlines, courtesy of a health care institution leaving as victor its first year in a serious culinary competition.
- Day-to-day little things do matter
An eye for revenge
A Raleigh County woman called the Raleigh Emergency Operations Center Dec. 21 to ask for help.
Her ex-boyfriend, she said, was harassing her and threatening to post nude photographs of her on a social networking site.
A Great Day to be ‘ON’ Main Street
Jean Evansmore, too, has a dream. She, along with other community members of Mount Hope, decided the best way to commemorate the life of a man of vision and action like Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was to have a productive day “on.”
- Carnegie spring signups beginning
- Grammy winner Tom Hambridge to perform at Carnegie Hall
- New River CTC to offer ammo reloading class
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