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“We never saw a window. They must have had them painted black,” said 91-year-old Beckley native Rosalee Sutyak.
Stars shine for United Way
At what’s being dubbed the social event of the season, more than 800 attendees came out to support the United Way’s biggest fundraiser, Dancing with the Stars.
We are family:
Many families design T-shirts, hats or bags as souvenirs for their annual summer gatherings.
Meadow Bridge Drive-In welcomes the whole family
It’s show night, and the phone in the concession stand of the Meadow Bridge Drive-In Theater is ringing off the hook with pizza orders and questions.
Beckley official retires after 24 years plus of service
“The main thing I’ll miss is the people. The work, I’m sure I’ll miss that some, but it’s just the people.”
Beckley Concert Association
Now in its 75th year, Beckley Concert Association has been proudly bringing live music to the region. Since its creation in 1938, the organization has touched thousands of local lives as well as the lives of the performers from around the world.
Dan DesMeules breathes life into his art
Glassblowing gains a lot of respect from reporter
Being a journalist has taken me on some interesting adventures, but glassblowing at Tamarack definitely ranks top on my list.
“I won’t be retired, I’ll just be no longer in the furniture, electronics and appliances retail business,” explains John L. Eye, who was as busy this week as he’s ever been — closing out on the decades-old momentum behind John Eye Big Sandy Superstore.
Up, up and away
For thousands of years, people dreamed about flying. Many tried, but it wasn’t until the days of the Wright brothers at Kitty Hawk that man was able to take flight.
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