Dr. Jerry Forster, left, area president of UC-Beckley and University of Charleston president Dr. Ed Welch, right, hang University of Charleston banners just after midnight in front of Carter Hall as administrative maintenance staff look on. During the day today, University of Charleston will be working to show the new campus's presence on South Kanawha Street. UC-Beckley will lease former Mountain State University buildings as online classes begin in one week and UC-Beckley classes begin on Jan. 14.
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Rainelle’s ‘colorful’ ex-mayor remembered
Former Rainelle Mayor Eugene “Geno” McKenzie, who died Monday, was known for his devotion to his hometown, according to those who knew him.
Fayette man indicted for failure to appear
A Fayette County man, who previously pleaded guilty to possession of child pornography charges was indicted Tuesday for allegedly failing to appear for a May 2012 sentencing hearing, announced United States Attorney Booth Goodwin.
Dog bites man; search on for would-be burglar
Fayette County Sheriff’s Department deputies are looking for a would-be burglar “with a dog bite,” Fayette Sheriff Steve Kessler said Wednesday.
Man arrested for firing into crowd
Mount Hope Police arrested a local man who allegedly fired a handgun into a crowd outside of Clinton Apartments Tuesday night.
Calendar — Thursday, June 20, 2013
Greenbrier Co. Relay for Life Friday
Relay for Life of Greenbrier County will take place on Friday at 5 p.m. at Modlin Field beside Greenbrier Valley Medical Center.
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.
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