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Monday October 13, 2014

Campaign for Kanawha library levy taking lots of work

Campaign organizers say the future of the library system is in jeopardy.

WV’s ski resorts are prepping for snow

Before the snow comes maintenance and inspections.

Social Media Advisory Council tackles the rules of posting

Two friends want to make a difference when it comes to what's acceptable on social media.

Sunday October 12, 2014

No more need for traditional library at Oak Glen High

High school gets brand new multi-media center.

New playground looks into the future

Kenna Elementary celebrates new learning opportunities.

Friday October 10, 2014

Panetta leading ticket at Dems dinner

The WV Democratic Party will honor its own Saturday.

Marlinton town council says neigh to horse droppings

Proposed ordinance would requires horses to wear diapers on town property.

Thursday October 9, 2014

Grant County regains control of school system

The focus is now fully on the students.

Charleston council member has nothing but praise for Project West Invest

Rev. James Ealy says putting officers into home in a high crime area is a win/win.

Wednesday October 8, 2014

Board of Education fills up on Farm to School

Local programs are offering students healthy food options.

State school superintendent pushes plan to success

Dr. Michael Martirano is wasting no time getting down to business.

Tuesday October 7, 2014

Tribute at Tamarack honors those who battled breast cancer

Terri's Scarf continues to grow.

Monday October 6, 2014

Builders of drug/alcohol treatment center want public feedback

T-Center holding public meeting Tuesday at Coonskin Park.

Brooke County considers smoking ban

Public hearing this week; final vote in November.

Friday October 3, 2014

EMS conference focusing on quality

Statewide meeting underway in Charleston.

Competing to be the best

ROTC groups square off at WVSU.

Thursday October 2, 2014

Forest Festival pageant a blast from the past

It's been nearly 5 decades since the last pageant was performed.

Classic cars draw big crowds to Rod Run and Doo Wop

More than 1,000 vehicles registered.

Start the printers! Sprouse-McDavid’s name will go on the ballot

More than 50,000 new ballots must be printed to include the candidate's name.

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