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Last summer, China began restricting imports of eight different scrap categories - including aluminum, steel and copper as part of a move toward that country's... [Read More]
Marlyn Loretta Wolfe McClendon, 82, of Huntington, died Tuesday, March 12, 2019, at her residence. Graveside Services will be conducted at 1 p.m. Monday, March... [Read More]
Harry Bolen, 82, of Milton, died March 14, 2019, surrounded by family at Cabell Huntington Hospital following an acute illness. [Read More]
Harvest Prep defeated Wheelersburg 52-38 in the Ohio Division III boys high school basketball Region 11 championship game Saturday afternoon at Ohio University's Convocation Center. [Read More]
Dan D'Antoni is proud to be a hillbilly. The 71-year-old Marshall Thundering Herd men's basketball head coach not only accepts it, he wears it proudly... [Read More]
John and Cookie Perry were married March 21, 1959, in a little Methodist Church in Catlettsburg, Kentucky. The janitor of the church was their witness.... [Read More]
A recent column about my family's propensity for writing in margins prompted Katheryn Monk to share a sweet margin story of her own. [Read More]
Face a new season with a fresh outlook! Update your makeup palette with Easter egg-colored eye shadows, bold lips, glowing cheeks and strong brows. Try... [Read More]
First Place: First Place, a Christian weight loss program open to anyone wanting to attend, meets at 7 p.m. Mondays and 6 p.m. Wednesdays in... [Read More]
It was quite the fashion statement during the 19th century for a man to carry a cane. Just as it was trendy for a woman... [Read More]
Traci Strickland's Facebook profile pictures rarely have a selfie or some physical portrait of herself. It's usually inspirational words she strives to live by. Up... [Read More]
Multiple agencies are responding to a massive fire in Pomeroy, Ohio. [Read More]
With a loyal customer base in Cabell, Putnam, Kanawha and Boone counties, East Coast Tees has seen the demand for the business's services grow steadily... [Read More]
Huntington pounded Parkersburg pitchers for 15 hits, including two doubles and triple, to rout the Big Reds 12-1 Saturday for the Highlanders' first road win... [Read More]
My recipes are moving into spring. I'm ready, aren't you? Ready for colorful, lighter dishes, fresh spring, fruit salads and infused waters with edible flowers,... [Read More]
Cabell Midland senior Ty Sturm and freshman Chandler Schmidt were named first-team all-Mountain State Athletic Conference in boys basketball. [Read More]
Defending Class AAA softball champion Hurricane entered Saturday's contest with Cabell Midland at the Henry Henson Sports Complex having not surrendered a run in its... [Read More]
Pop culture fans descended on Marshall University on Saturday to "nerd out" for all things gaming, movies, literature, comics and television. [Read More]
With just one day left in the recently concluded West Virginia legislative session, Barboursville Mayor Chris Tatum watched from the gallery as the Senate made... [Read More]
Olympic aspirations naturally elevate athletes onto higher planes of performance. Limits are pushed and boundaries broken on one's rise to an elite existence. [Read More]
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