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Before Karen Kataline knew what a calorie was, she was restricted to 500 of them a day. At dinner, she was not served the same...

Sesame Street recently addressed a topic that can be hard to talk about, even among adults, and directed it toward children. Alex is the newest...

Glenville State College recently awarded Entrepreneurship Essentials certificates to four students from Braxton and Clay Counties. Julie Cantrell-Greenlee of Duck, Ashley Gauldin of...

August is National Immunization Month. The purpose of this observance is to highlight the importance of immunizations. While immunizations have significantly reduced the incidence of many serious infectious diseases, vaccination rates for some diseases...

The fall 2013 semester is fast approaching, and there are over 15 weekly evening Glenville State College courses scheduled to be held at Braxton County High School in the Braxton County Center. The American Mosaic...

Military veterans and their families in and around Charleston are invited next week for a special service session at John Brawley Post 20, The American Legion located at 415 Dickinson Street, Charleston. National and state...

State Director Bobby Lewis announced that USDA Rural Development approved a Community Facilities Economic Impact Initiative Grant of $25,000 for Clay County Commission/Clay County Ambulance Authority, Clay County, WV. The United States Department of Agriculture...

By Amber Bass Troopers went in search of William Wright on warrants out of Braxton County, Friday evening. Leads on Wright lead Trooper Ellis and Trooper Bass to 98 Cherokee Drive. Upon arrival, Wright was...

Continuing its commitment to better education in West Virginia, the West Virginia Chamber will concentrate on education reform at its 77th Annual Meeting and Business Summit to be held at The Greenbrier Resort in...

Charleston WV (July 2013) – The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. Aug. 15, 1867: The cornerstone for the...