- Sunday Profile
“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.
Jack Furst’s service to the Scouts made this Jamboree a reality
Class gone wild
A teacher's little idea becomes a big idea, then an outdoor learning space
- Secrets of the hills and hollows
Coal miner’s doctor
Its symptoms range from shortness of breath during exertion to, in advanced stages, cases where patients are virtual invalids, wheezing for air even doing the simplest task such as walking across a room.
For Mabel, with Love
When Dennis Williams’ phone rang in Clear Creek in May, it was a call he hadn’t expected.
The caller, Lisa Myhrens, told him that she’d been walking with her daughter at the lake, and they’d found a yellow balloon with his phone number on the shore.
Williams was surprised. The balloons had been released on May 3 at Ewing Creek Church in Clear Creek at a memorial celebration honoring his late wife, Mabel Ann Williams.
Mabel, 61, had passed away at the Williams home on March 28, following a battle with breast cancer.
- ‘Because We All Live Downstream’
- A golden jubilee of dance
When Gloria met Jimmie: A 'Real' Love Story
World War II Marine Sgt. Jimmie Mallamas was home on furlough when he spied Gloria Mills working as a teleprinter operator at the Western Union office in Beckley.
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