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Again, a blue dress casts a shadow on Bill Clinton
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Again, a blue dress casts a shadow on Bill Clinton

By AL KAMEN

THE WASHINGTON POST

A cursory glance at the official painting of Bill Clinton that is part of the National Portrait Gallery collection would easily miss an ode to the lowest point of his presidency — the Monica...

Again, a blue dress casts a shadow on Bill Clinton
Again, a blue dress casts a shadow on Bill Clinton

By AL KAMEN

THE WASHINGTON POST

A cursory glance at the official painting of Bill Clinton that is part of the National Portrait Gallery collection would easily miss an ode to the lowest point of his presidency — the Monica...

Charleston Police celebrate community icons at Black History Month celebration
Charleston Police celebrate community icons at Black History Month celebration

Charleston honors influential residents for Black History Month

Photo: Birthday girl gets cupcake and a crown at Capitol
Photo: Birthday girl gets cupcake and a crown at Capitol

Birthday princess Iliana Quinn, 4, of Belle eats a cupcake while visiting her grandmother Kim Jeffrey, who works for the House of Delegates Judiciary Committee. Jeffrey said she expected to work until midnight again and wouldn’t get to see her...

Community briefs for Wednesday, March 4

Meals on Wheels, a volunteer organization that packs and delivers nourishing meals to those who are unable to prepare food for themselves, is in need of packers to work from St. Francis Hospital in downtown Charleston. This entails...

Desserts becoming scarce at dinner table
Desserts becoming scarce at dinner table

If you eat dessert at home, after dinner, you’re not alone. But soon you might be.

Only 12 percent of dinners eaten at home in the United States ended with something sweet last year, the lowest reading in more than 30 years, according to...

Trip to winter market leads to a loaf of grandma’s bread
Trip to winter market leads to a loaf of grandma’s bread

Sadly, tragically, I wasn’t able to make it down to the Winter Blues Market at the Charleston Civic Center as part of last week’s West Virginia Small Farms Conference. But the friends, family and readers who did walked away with glowing...

Butcher’s Black Angus offers one-stop shopping
Butcher’s Black Angus offers one-stop shopping

Perhaps partly due to his last name, Scott Butcher has known what he wanted to do for a career since he was a child.

Butcher, 55, first got into the meat business when he was just 14 years old via a work permit from the Kanawha County Board of...

Study says vaccine delay increasing
Study says vaccine delay increasing

One in 5 doctors say about 10 percent of parents put off shots longer than urged

Photos: Library celebrates Dr. Seuss’ birthday
Photos: Library celebrates Dr. Seuss’ birthday

The St. Albans Library took part in Read Across America Day, which is celebrated on Dr. Seuss’ birthday. The event featured games, crafts and a Seuss Yourself! photo booth.

Community briefs for Tuesday, March 3

BridgeValley Community and Technical College has an upcoming class to train people to become nationally certified personal fitness trainers. You can gain the knowledge, practice and experience needed to be successful in this growing field....

Summer lunch program feeds children in need
Summer lunch program feeds children in need

About half of W.Va. children are eligible to receive a free or reduced-price meal

Museum to sit where slaves landed
Museum to sit where slaves landed

CHARLESTON, S.C. — A tranquil spot on the Cooper River in Charleston is a place of memory, much like New York’s Ellis Island or Angel Island in San Francisco.

But those islands were beacons for millions who sought a better life in...

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