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Manchin to decide by summer on 2016 plans

Still frustrated by gridlock in Washington, Sen. Joe Manchin said he will decide by this summer whether he will return to West Virginia to run for a possible third term as governor in 2016.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Manchin...

Manchin to decide by summer on 2016 plans

Still frustrated by gridlock in Washington, Sen. Joe Manchin said he will decide by this summer whether he will return to West Virginia to run for a possible third term as governor in 2016.

In an interview with The Associated Press, Manchin...

Police talk about how police shooter got facial injuries
Police talk about how police shooter got facial injuries

Police officers say they don’t know why the booking photo of Eric Campbell, a man charged with attempted murder and malicious assault of a police officer, shows bruising and swelling of his eyes.

Sgt. D.L. Bowles, lead investigator with...

A funny thing happened on the way to the tennis court
A funny thing happened on the way to the tennis court

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Comedy with Grandma Lee and Jeff Zenisek

WHEN: 8 p.m. Friday. 7 and 9 p.m. Saturday.

WHERE: The Comedy Zone, 400 Second Ave., South ...

Groups challenge Ky., W.Va’s environmental authority

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Environmental groups are going to court to argue that Kentucky and West Virginia are doing a poor job of enforcing federal clean water rules.

They are suing to compel the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to respond to ...

Marshall to hold memorial for Stephen Kopp on Tuesday

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University will hold a public memorial service for the late President Stephen Kopp next week.

Marshall says the service is scheduled for 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Cam Henderson Center Arena on the Huntington...

Ex-State Police lab director sues over demotion

The former director of the West Virginia State Police forensic laboratory is suing the State Police, claiming she was demoted in retaliation for voicing concerns about conditions at the lab.

Soraya M. McClung, who became director of the lab in...

A strong foundation of false information, by Bil Lepp: Write Your Own Column

Special to the Sunday Gazette-Mail

When our kids were small we took them to Hersey, Pennsylvania. The whole town smelled of chocolate.

It was raining. As we drove past a construction site I noticed a huge, wet pile of dirt, maybe twenty...

2 E. Panhandle hospitals restrict visitation due to flu

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Two hospitals in the Eastern Panhandle are temporarily restricting visitations because of flu concerns.

University Healthcare announced the restrictions at Berkeley Medical Center and Jefferson Medical Center on...

Appalachian Railcar Service acquires Virginia company

ELEANOR, W.Va. – Appalachian Railcar Services has acquired a Virginia company.

The company says the acquisition of BRC Rail Services of Lynchburg, Virginia, will double its size to more than 300 employees. An additional 100 employees are...

Freedom officials knew about facility’s problems for years, feds say

Freedom Industries knew about serious problems with the spill-containment dikes at the company’s Elk River facility years before the leak a year ago that contaminated the drinking water supply for hundreds of thousands of Kanawha Valley...

Unsealed records describe disputes over Blankenship travel to Las Vegas

Former Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship was allowed to travel to Las Vegas for Thanksgiving, but was blocked from taking a similar trip for the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, according to newly unsealed court records in...

Annual Hank Williams tribute show set for Saturday
Annual Hank Williams tribute show set for Saturday

John Lilly and Rob McNurlin’s annual Hank Williams tribute concert begins at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Clay Center. The Woody Hawley Series and FOOTMAD co-production also features an all-star band that includes legendary fiddle player Buddy...

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