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Life is colorful for man behind loom craze
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Life is colorful for man behind loom craze

WIXOM, Mich. — Cheong Choon Ng was trying to make rubber-band bracelets with his daughters four years ago when he realized his fingers were too big to manipulate the bands.

So, the automotive crash-test engineer set about creating a tool...

Life is colorful for man behind loom craze
Life is colorful for man behind loom craze

WIXOM, Mich. — Cheong Choon Ng was trying to make rubber-band bracelets with his daughters four years ago when he realized his fingers were too big to manipulate the bands.

So, the automotive crash-test engineer set about creating a tool ...

Popularity of peanut butter increases
Popularity of peanut butter increases

Falling prices

lead to resurgence of nut spread as source of protein

Community briefs for Tuesday, Sept. 30

Dr. Arijit Sen, associate professor of architecture at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, will speak Thursday on Marshall University’s South Charleston campus as part of the Graduate Humanities Program’s new Major Scholar...

Where to find WV’s brightest fall foliage
Where to find WV’s brightest fall foliage

Division of Forestry compiles information, maps from staff reports, public tips

Charleston pastor pursues life-long learning
Charleston pastor pursues life-long learning

Woman has spent career immersed in education

Train a treasured ride in Clarksburg
Train a treasured ride in Clarksburg

Father built caboose for daughters, extended tracks, opened it to public

By SHAWNEE MORAN

DAILY MAIL STAFF

CLARKSBURG — What began as a father’s labor of love for his three daughters more than 40 years ago has...

Applications to begin for holiday assistance

The Salvation Army of Charleston will begin taking applications for Christmas and Angel Tree assistance during the month of October.

Registration will be as follows:

Putnam County: Wednesday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m....

After nearly 70 years of riding, motorcyclist still enjoys the open road
After nearly 70 years of riding, motorcyclist still enjoys the open road

Pat Long came to West Virginia on a motorcycle. He almost left on one, too.

It was Groundhog Day 2012 and Long, who was 84 at the time, was riding his 1984 Harley-Davidson Sportster along on W.Va. 34 in Hometown.

A Corvette came up behind ...

PHOTO: Temperatures still not falling
PHOTO: Temperatures still not falling

West Virginia State University students walk to classes on a sunny fall day, passing through a decorative archway in the new Judge Damon J. Keith Scholars Hall. The building is the first new residence hall to be built on campus since 1969.

Community briefs for Friday, Sept. 26

The West Virginia Herb Association will hold its Fall Festival today and Saturday at Jackson’s Mill in Weston. The festival will feature workshops and discussions about culinary herbs, medicinal herbs and herbal crafts as well as nature, ...

Marshall and WVU play hockey this weekend at South Charleston ice rink

Tickets are on sale for hockey games between Marshall and West Virginia University this Saturday and Sunday.

The games will be at the South Charleston Memorial Arena.

The games are at 3 p.m. both days.

Tickets are $10 for general...

Rescued turtle sent home via FedEx
Rescued turtle sent home via FedEx

MARATHON, Fla. — A loggerhead sea turtle that has convalesced at the Florida Keys-based Turtle Hospital for more than a year will be transported by FedEx to a permanent home near San Diego.

Hospital staffers were making final preparations ...

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