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State PTA holds student healthy recipe contest

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia PTA is challenging students to come up with healthy recipes.

The contest’s categories include Hearty Breakfast, Nutritious Lunch, Wholesome Dinner, Nourishing Snack and Appetizers, Healthy...

The Charleston Gazette: Too good to be true

Charleston lawyer Brian Glasser has an unusual task: trying to find $200 million that a controversial West Coast developer removed from the bankrupt Yellowstone Club Ski Resort. Glasser previously won a $41 million verdict against Tim Blixseth, and...

State PTA holds student healthy recipe contest

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia PTA is challenging students to come up with healthy recipes.

The contest’s categories include Hearty Breakfast, Nutritious Lunch, Wholesome Dinner, Nourishing Snack and Appetizers, Healthy Desserts,...

Boy Scouts holds sustainability summit in state

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. – Experts on sustainability will gather at The Greenbrier for a summit hosted by the Boy Scouts of America.

The 2014 Sustainability Summit begins today and runs through Thursday. It will conclude with a tour...

State doctor’s drug trial delayed until January

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – The drug trial of a north-central West Virginia doctor has been postponed until January.

Dr. Edita Milan was scheduled to go on trial the first week of November. The Exponent Telegram reports that U.S. District Judge...

Two W.Va. and Va. coalfield towns welcome trails

BRAMWELL, W.Va. – All-terrain vehicle trail systems are bringing new life to two coalfield towns in West Virginia and Virginia.

Bramwell Mayor Louise Stoker tells the Bluefield Daily Telegraph that her town’s economy has improved...

Natural gas production soars in W.Va. panhandle

WHEELING, W.Va. – Natural gas production in West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle has soared as drilling has increased in the Marcellus and Utica shales.

The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register reports that state data show...

At 85, ‘rebellious’ Lebanese matriarch embraces chosen life in America
At 85, ‘rebellious’ Lebanese matriarch embraces chosen life in America

She calls herself a rebel. At age 18, back in Lebanon, she did the unthinkable. A single woman leaving home? Unheard of. But Sue Namay’s adventurous spirit got the best of her, of course. So she flew, alone, to America, to go to college in...

Funerals for: October 27, 2014

Atkins, Flora 1 p.m., Fidler and Frame Funeral Home, Belle.

Bosley, Walter, Sr. 12:15 p.m., Ravenswood Cemetery, Ravenswood.

Campbell, Roy 1 p.m., Orchard Cemetery, Ballard.

Cantley, Charlotte...

David Larry Smith
David Larry Smith

David Larry Smith, 59, of Dunbar, went home to be with the Lord on Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014.

Born Aug. 19, 1955, David was a lifelong resident of Dunbar. He served in the Navy after graduating from Dunbar High School in 1973. He was a passionate...

Janet Ann Coger
Janet Ann Coger

Janet Ann Raines Coger, 75, of Kenna, went to be with the Lord while surrounded by family, and very peacefully, on Oct. 25, 2014 at Hubbard Hospice House, Charleston.

She was born Sept. 22, 1939 in Kenna, a daughter of the late Boyd and Hallie...

Harriett A. Burford
Harriett A. Burford

Harriett Ann Burford, 72, of Charleston, passed away Oct. 25, 2014 after a long battle with multiple sclerosis. She was born April 27, 1942, the eldest daughter of the late Marple and Wilma Currey.

Harriett was a 1960 graduate of Ripley High...

Harry A. Cunningham

Harry A. Cunningham, 91, of Glenville, departed this life Wednesday, Oct. 22, 2014 at Genesis Health Care Center, Glenville, following an extended illness.

Born Sept. 7, 1923 in Gilmer County, son of the late Dee and Nettie Westfall Cunningham....

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