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Lost River Trading Post offers eclectic experience
DOUGLAS IMBROGNO | Sunday Gazette-Mail
Lost River Trading Post offers eclectic experience

This is part one of a two-part series on the revival of one of West Virginia’s smallest towns.

By Douglas Imbrogno

Staff writer

WARDENSVILLE — For years, Paul Yandura and Donald...

Lost River Trading Post offers eclectic experience
Lost River Trading Post offers eclectic experience

This is part one of a two-part series on the revival of one of West Virginia’s smallest towns.

By Douglas Imbrogno

Staff writer

WARDENSVILLE — For years, Paul Yandura and Donald...

Gov. Jon M. Huntsman Jr.: Manchin is no quitter

By Jon M. Huntsman Jr.

This week, Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., embodied something we don’t see enough in Washington, D.C.,: optimism. It was a pleasure to behold, especially since his optimism relates to something else we don’t see...

Trey Kay: Can we bridge the cultural divide?
Trey Kay: Can we bridge the cultural divide?

One night in the mid-’90s, my wife and I were watching a PBS documentary series called “With God On Our Side: The Rise of The Religious Right In America.” It featured a segment about how religious conservatives had tried to get...

Kenny Perdue: Oppose ‘fast track’ for Trans-Pacific trade deal

In late 2012, 23 United States senators, including West Virginia’s Sens. Rockefeller and Manchin, sent a letter to President Obama voicing numerous concerns with the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade treaty and asking the...

Slide again closes U.S. 60 near Cedar Grove

U.S. Route 60 near Cedar Grove is once again closed due to a rock slide, an emergency dispatcher said.

The road, which first had problems early last week, closed to all vehicles on Saturday night. One lane has since re-opened, but only for...

Drug firms want W.Va. pill records kept sealed

Eleven out-of-state drug companies don’t want the public to know the number of prescription painkillers they’ve shipped to “pill mill” pharmacies in West Virginia.

The drug distributors are fighting a request to...

Freedom Industries seeks quick OK of leak site cleanup plan

Freedom Industries officials are pressing West Virginia regulators for speedy approval of the company’s plan to complete a voluntary cleanup of the site of the January 2014 chemical leak that contaminated the drinking water for hundreds of...

Tomblin to lead W.Va. delegation to Japan in May
Tomblin to lead W.Va. delegation to Japan in May

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will take a bit of West Virginia craftsmanship and hospitality to Japan when he leads a West Virginia delegation on a trade mission to the Pacific nation in mid-May to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the state’s...

Debate over planned Teays Wal-Mart heats up
Debate over planned Teays Wal-Mart heats up

TEAYS VALLEY ­— Less than three months after plans for a new Wal-Mart store in Teays Valley were reported, the public debate over the proposed development has grown antagonistic.

On Thursday night, ...

Funerals for: April 26, 2015

Baldwin, John 2 p.m., Long and Fisher Funeral Home, Charleston.

Gunnoe, Bernard 2 p.m., Wallace and Wallace Funeral Home Chapel, Rainelle.

Mace, John 1 p.m., Hafer Funeral Home, Elkview.

Markle,...

Mary M. Taylor

Mary Magdalene Taylor, 76, of Charleston, died April 24, 2015. A full obituary will appear in Monday's editions. Arrangements are in the care of Elk Funeral Home, Charleston.

Clarence "Jr." Holmes
Clarence "Jr." Holmes

Mr. Clarence James "Jr." Holmes, 84, of Fishers Branch, went home to be with the Lord on Friday, April 24, 2015. Jr. passed away peacefully at his home of 62 years.

He is survived by his loving wife of 62 years, Nina "Sis" Holmes; son, James...

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