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HealthNet helicopter to promote ATV safety
KENNY KEMP | Gazette
HealthNet helicopter to promote ATV safety

It’s not the newest of helicopters, but it’s got a fresh paint job, one with a message: “Ride ready, ride safe.”

On Wednesday at Yeager Airport, HealthNet Aeromedical Services unveiled a Eurocopter EC-130 — a...

HealthNet helicopter to promote ATV safety
HealthNet helicopter to promote ATV safety

It’s not the newest of helicopters, but it’s got a fresh paint job, one with a message: “Ride ready, ride safe.”

On Wednesday at Yeager Airport, HealthNet Aeromedical Services unveiled a Eurocopter EC-130 — a...

WV accepts bids for U.S. 35 extension

The West Virginia Division of Highways has taken the initial step needed to finish the 14.6 miles of highway on U.S. 35.

On Wednesday, the DOH accepted five bids from contractors to design, build ...

Blue Ribbon panel: Raise WV Turnpike tolls to fund highways repair

After a 20-month hiatus, the Governor’s Blue Ribbon Commission on Highways on Wednesday adopted recommendations to increase funding for West Virginia roadways — recommendations that are essentially unchanged from preliminary proposals...

Judge to review Morrisey papers sought by Gazette

Over strong objections from West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s office, Kanawha Circuit Judge Charles King will review nine pages of emails and other documents that Morrisey doesn’t want the public to see.

Morrisey...

Photo: Brown Bag Concert series begins
Photo: Brown Bag Concert series begins

Ex-Charleston resident discusses “Death, Sex & Money” podcast
Ex-Charleston resident discusses “Death, Sex & Money” podcast

Anna Sale’s job is talking about things that others don’t.

Sale, who grew up in Charleston and graduated from George Washington High School, is the host and managing director of ...

Jiu-jitsu champion, loving brother among two found dead Monday

A three-time world champion in jiu-jitsu and brother to four sisters was one of two men found dead in a home near St. Albans Monday.

Loved ones are planning a benefit to pay for the...

Ken Sullivan named 2015 Vandalia Award winner

Ken Sullivan, executive director of the West Virginia Humanities Council since 1997, will receive the Vandalia Award, West Virginia’s highest folklife honor, at the 39th annual Vandalia Gathering ceremony and concert at 7 p.m. Friday at the...

Thomas Memorial pavilion loses water after main break
Thomas Memorial pavilion loses water after main break

Normal water use has resumed at Thomas Memorial Hospital nearly 10 hours after a water main ruptured around 6 a.m. Wednesday.

According to Paige Johnson, communications director for Thomas Health System, the break affected all five floors of the ...

Event commemorates McCausland’s tardy surrender 150 years ago
Event commemorates McCausland’s tardy surrender 150 years ago

When Robert E. Lee surrendered his Army of Northern Virginia at Appomattox Court House on April 9, 1865, not all troops under his command were willing to lay down their arms and give up the Confederate cause.

Among them was Gen. John A....

Teacher suspended after showing ‘50 Shades of Grey’ to students

ROMNEY, W.Va. — A Hampshire County teacher has been suspended without pay for showing part of the erotic movie “Fifty Shades of Grey” to students as a reward for good work.

The Hampshire Review reports that the county school ...

Civic Center redo could help city hotels

A renovated Civic Center could help Charleston’s hotels, which have seen an up tick in revenue this year, said facility manager John Robertson during a monthly meeting of Charleston’s Convention and Visitors Bureau board Wednesday....

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