Windi Cadle, a teacher at Beckley Elementary School, helps her sons, Lucas, 3, and Cole, 6, with their Christmas Ornaments during a Thursday evening Christmas party at the school.
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Ansted man arrested for false 911 calls
Fayette County Sheriff’s deputies arrested an 18-year-old Ansted man Tuesday following a false 911 call to the Fayette Emergency Operations Center and a foot chase.
Accident claims one
A Nicholas County man was killed in Kanawha County Monday when his vehicle left the road and struck a utility pole, Kanawha County officials reported Wednesday.
"The Road to Statehood" film to debut
“The Road to Statehood” airs Thursday night at 8 p.m. on West Virginia PBS, in commemoration of the state’s 150th birthday.
New labor panel eyeing workplace health, safety
Tragedies in West Virginia’s coal industry understandably attract voluminous news coverage, but lawmakers say other work places are hit by their share of injuries and illness, prompting a new committee to take a look at this.
Known as the Committee on Labor and Work Safety Issues, the new panel was requested by Sen. Jack Yost, D-Brooke.
Animal Control Department will remain open
Funding decisions were deferred as the Greenbrier County Commission voted unanimously to keep its Animal Control Department open.
Wyoming man indicted for federal drug, firearm offenses
A federal grand jury sitting in Huntington has indicted a Wyoming County man in connection with illegal prescription painkiller distribution and firearm possession offenses, United States Attorney Booth Goodwin said.
Heavy rain brings flooding
Every time a heavy rain comes to the area, Jerry Fox and Dollie Stilton’s home on Ewart Avenue floods.
W.Va. Day events slated
The University of Charleston-Beckley will host an afternoon of music, storytelling, food and fun to celebrate West Virginia’s 150th birthday today from noon to 2 p.m. in the Learning Resource Center Library.
Councilmen recommend no further action against Mayor Pugh
After seeking outside legal guidance to determine whether or not Council could remove Beckley Mayor Emmett Pugh from office, Councilmen-at-Large Tim Berry and Cedric Robertson have recommended that no further action should be taken against the mayor.
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