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Yesterday July 31, 2015

Tomblin announces reduction in workers compensation premiums

West Virginia employers will see a projected $43 million reduction in the upcoming year.

Legendary basketball coach Garretson dead at 82

Kyle Garretson led Harts High to state title.

Victim’s ex-husband accused in fatal Fairmont shooting

Interim Police Chief Steve Shine released information indicating she had been having trouble with the suspect.

Spotlight put on Adopt-A-Highway volunteers

Appreciation picnic set for Saturday.

Charleston group leads new campaign to clean up cigarette butts on city streets

The "No Butts About It" campaign will last through August.

Effort to inspire 8th graders looks to raise funds

Blue moon to be celebrated Friday night.

Prosecutor’s request raises eyebrows at Yeager Airport

County commissioner says airport 'fully complying.'

Sheetz looks for the best W.Va. pepperoni roll

Sheetz officials says they are happy to act on customer feedback. Unclear what baker will produce the product for W.Va. stores.

Motions addressed in pretrial hearing of man accused in 2013 Harrison County quadruple homicide

The trial of Sidney Arthur Muller is scheduled to begin August 17

Morrisey announces agreement between Huntington hospitals

Cabell Huntington agrees to conditions in attempted purchase of St. Mary's.

Thursday July 30, 2015

Capito assesses Harpers Ferry damage

Senator is hopeful historic buildings can be rebuilt.

Winfield annexation rejected by Putnam County Commission

WINFIELD, W.Va. — The Putnam County Commission voted unanimously to deny a 223 acre annexation by the town of Winfield Thursday night. Many residents turned out for...

Sheetz will keep one in-state bakery as pepperoni roll supplier

"They ultimately want to get down to one bakery," Dennis Mazza of Rogers-Mazza Bakery in Clarksburg said following a meeting with Sheetz top brass in Altoona, PA.

Webster County Memorial Hospital awarded crisis grant funding

Hospital receives $50,000 to help repair flooding damages.

Bridgeport hoping to lead way on bringing in new drug task force

A tactical diversion squad would be similar to other drug task forces, but would focus on the issues surrounding prescription pain killer abuse.

Commission addresses history of Harrison County Administrator position

Commissioners signed a correspondence after allegations that the hiring of Willie Parker as administrator violated state code

UMWA delegates vote to spend resources on 3 battles

Bankruptcies, contract fight and health care leading list.

Riding for those who can’t

Members of Pi Kappa Phi travel through West Virginia on the Journey of Hope, a cross country bike trek to raise money and awareness of those with disabilities.

Sheetz “evaluating potential WV based partners” to supply pepperoni rolls

The company released a Thursday statement as meetings were scheduled with bakery owners regarding distribution methods.

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