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Charity event to feature Caperton
Gaston Caperton III, the 31st governor of West Virginia, will discuss American education Thursday, July 31, during a Dancing with the Stars of United Way of Southern West Virginia fundraising event at The Dish Cafe in Daniels.
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2 killed, 2 injured in ATV wreck in Mingo County
Police are investigating an all-terrain vehicle accident that killed two people and injured two others in Mingo County.
Beckley board says use of truck for vacation OK
A Beckley Sanitary Board senior manager did not do anything wrong when he took a government vehicle on vacation out of state, board officials said.
Cool cars, corndogs and carnival rides
The Beach Boys’ surf and car music piped throughout the soccer field of the YMCA Paul Cline Memorial Youth Sports Complex Saturday afternoon as a sparser-than-usual crowd, decked in parkas and carrying umbrellas, strolled among the classic cars parked there.
Cold case: Sheriff’s office revives investigation into woman’s 1987 disappearance
Like most mothers, Norma Hensdill of Piney View remembers the first time she saw her daughter.
Hensdill’s due date was Oct. 15, 1962, which was her wedding anniversary. But the baby — a blue-eyed girl — was born Oct. 20, after an especially hard labor.
Books-A-Million is bound for Beckley
When Books-A-Million announced plans to open a brick-and-mortar store at Cranberry Creek in Beckley on Aug. 14, several customers who walked into Coffee Beans & Books at School of Harmony in Beaver on Wednesday were talking about the 1998 movie “You’ve Got Mail,” a romantic comedy starring Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan.
Coffee Beans & Books offers local flavor and personality
Melanie Hicks has always loved to read.
She opened her independent bookstore in Beaver four years ago, partly because of her love for books, but also because there was no bookstore in the Beckley area.
Eagles abound in southern West Virginia
Southern West Virginia is seeing an abundance of eagles.
W.Va. city seeks to sell truck scales, never used
A Northern Panhandle city is looking to sell road scales officials purchased in 2010 amid the gold rush for natural gas.
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