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Sex offender arrested for allegedly failing to register
A convicted sex offender was arrested Thursday morning after he failed to register as a sex offender, according to a press release from the West Virginia State Police.
Country superstars cruising in to Beckley for Friends of Coal Auto Fair concert
The 11th annual Friends of Coal Auto Fair is revving up for its biggest concert yet — country superstars Jake Owen and Kellie Pickler.
“We are very excited,” YMCA of Southern West Virginia CEO Jay Rist said. “It should be a big night.”
Woman sentenced for obtaining drugs by fraud
A 41-year-old Beckley woman was sentenced to 14 months in federal prison for obtaining prescription pills by fraud.
Former Walker Express employee gets prison term
A 44-year-old Beckley man was sentenced to two years in federal prison for defrauding Walker Machinery.
Video: Meat market
The price of beef has everyone in a stew these days, and it doesn’t stop with the “what’s for dinner” protein. Prices of pork and chicken are on the rise, as well.
Still alive, TWV’S 54th season is all ‘Hatfields and McCoys’
Although the schedule is a bit different than originally planned, Theatre West Virginia Act II is officially alive, with 17 scheduled showings of “Hatfields and McCoys.”
Women on Wellness to be held this fall
Rainelle Elementary School will host the fourth annual Greenbrier County Women on Wellness (WOW) retreat in the fall.
WRC seeks donations for ‘Clothes to Home’ project
The Women’s Resource Center is asking for donations to help support the “Clothes to Home” project.
- Calendar — Thurssday, April 17, 2014
Rainelle provides site for this year’s Meadow River Sporting Festival
Following up on the success of last year’s centennial celebration, Rainelle is launching a new three-day festival centering on sports this spring.
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