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Capito to testify before EPA
Congresswoman says she disagrees with rule, overreach
Muslims mark end of Ramadan
VA care bill would cost $17 billion
Moms launch marijuana-for-kids campaign

Cops and Courts

Teacher arrested for hitting student with car
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Authorities say a Raleigh County high school teacher hit a student...
Order blocks penalties for local car dealer
Three arrested for Clay beating, robbery
Couple accused of burning home for insurance payout


Tex Williams’ museum debuts with cavalcade of WV sports heroes
ARTIE — For a day, a small town in Raleigh County was the center of the Mountain State...
Chuck McGill: Herd’s Holliday embraces the hype
MARSHALL FOOTBALL: Coach not concerned with running game, despite departures
PREP BASEBALL: Cassis named baseball coach at GW; Valley standout Bowen joining Patriots


Your vents for Tuesday, July 29
n The message in today’s news is very clear: Don’t fly, please just don’t...
Rebecca McPhail Randolph: Don’t overregulate industries along the river
Charles Krauthammer: Explaining President Obama’s detachment
Editorial: Get rid of the laws that make no sense


Sold-out crowds await EPA at carbon-cutting rules hearings
Groups gather to lobby for, against carbon-cutting plan
Dollar Tree buying Family Dollar for $8.5 billion
Aldi looks to double number of W.Va. stores
W.Va. AG announces $950k settlement with 3 financial groups

Food and Living

Community briefs for Tuesday, July 29
A free support group for problem gamblers and their loved ones meets at 6:30 p.m. each Friday at...
Obama practically weepy at Malia going to college
Community briefs for Monday, July 28
Trove of fossils to be excavated

Arts and Entertainment

Braxton County fair geared toward youth
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Opening ceremonies for the Braxton County Fair will begin at 6:30...
WV family wins Band-Aid jingle competition
Japanese fans speak on the evolution of ‘Godzilla’
18-year-old WV author churns out ‘Ecclesiastes’


Amos Russell Totten
Amos Russell Totten, 72, of Washington, W.Va., passed away Sunday evening, July 27, 2014, at...
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