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W.Va. bakery says losing Sheetz will cost jobs
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W.Va. bakery says losing Sheetz will cost jobs

Pa.-based convenience store will purchase its pepperoni rolls elsewhere

W.Va. bakery says losing Sheetz will cost jobs
W.Va. bakery says losing Sheetz will cost jobs

Pa.-based convenience store will purchase its pepperoni rolls elsewhere

Boil-water advisories

The boil-water advisory has been lifted for customers of the Ronceverte water system.

The Wilderness Public Service District will have a temporary interruption of water service for customers from Panther Mountain Road to the Drennen area...

Marshall hosts biomedical research symposium

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University is hosting a symposium that will showcase research by undergraduate students across West Virginia.

The 14th Annual West Virginia IDeA Network for Biomedical Research Summer Research Symposium will...

Newborn fawn rescued after mother killed by vehicle on I-77

PRINCETON, W.Va. – A West Virginia State Police trooper says he doesn’t know how a newborn fawn survived after its mother was killed on Interstate 77.

Cpl. B.J. Garretson tells the Bluefield Daily Telegraph that the fawn was born...

Huntington police investigate body found in woods

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – The Huntington Police Department is investigating a body found in woods by an officer.

Police Chief Joe Ciccarelli tells media outlets that the officer found the body around 3 a.m. Saturday after receiving a tip....

Wheeling newspaper named historic site by journalism group

WHEELING, W.Va. (AP) – The Intelligencer has been named a National Historic Site in Journalism by the Society of Professional Journalists for its role in the birth of West Virginia and other historical events.

The Society says in a news...

Northern Panhandle natural gas production tripled in 2 years

WHEELING, W.Va. – New statistics show that production in the Northern Panhandle natural gas fields has nearly tripled in two years.

The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register reports that West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey...

Frontier, Lumos end fiber dispute

Frontier Communications and Lumos Networks have settled a three-month dispute over a high-speed Internet project, but Lumos wants assurances that the same problems don’t happen again, according to documents filed with the state Public Service...

Fairmont State, Pierpont to ban tobacco use on campus

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Fairmont State University and Pierpont Community & Technical College are banning tobacco use on their shared campus.

Both schools’ governing boards have approved adoption of a tobacco-free, smoke-free and vapor-...

Ventline for Saturday, July 24

n Any more you destroy the enemy’s water or you disrupt it. Are we at war?

n There was a kid who called himself a nerd. Later he was 28 years old and had accomplished a lot in his life. It was unbelievable.

n The Bible ...

Short Takes on Manchin’s classic ad, egg prices, Bill Stewart and outhouse art

Lots of political ads might make you zone out, but you probably remember that time Joe Manchin shot the cap-and-trade bill.

That was way back in 2010. That makes the ad a classic.

In case Manchin’s point has been lost over the years,...

Thomas Sowell: The fact free Left

In the right world, policies would be based on fact

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