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Community briefs for Wednesday, Sept. 3

The South Charleston Public Library is hosting a new book club for kids in third, fourth and fifth grade. All students are invited — boys, girls, reluctant readers, the kids who can’t put a book down and everyone in between.

The...

Wilderness Act helped to keep state wild, wonderful
Wilderness Act helped to keep state wild, wonderful

Legislation protecting nine designated areas

in W.Va., Va. marks 50th anniversary today

By MATT MURPHY

Daily Mail Reporter

Ever camped on Red Creek in Dolly Sods or backpacked across the rugged Cranberry Wilderness?

You...

Community briefs for Wednesday, Sept. 3

The South Charleston Public Library is hosting a new book club for kids in third, fourth and fifth grade. All students are invited — boys, girls, reluctant readers, the kids who can’t put a book down and everyone in between.

The...

Food Guy: On breakfast, Black Sheep and Bombay

Breakfast lovers are probably still coming off their high from the best weekend of the year, with National Bacon Day on Saturday leading to the kickoff of National Breakfast Month on Monday.

What, you didn’t know?

Despite its claim...

Restaurant brings authentic Mexican-style hot dogs to downtown Charleston
Restaurant brings authentic Mexican-style hot dogs to downtown Charleston

West Virginians can be notoriously picky about our hot dogs.

There are lots of rules. Steam the bun, dice the onions, boil the hot dog, make the coleslaw creamy, use mustard but hold the ketchup and never put beans in the chili.

That...

Carver Cafe is a learning experience for students and customers
Carver Cafe is a learning experience for students and customers

Eatery provides students with hands-on culinary experience

Moms-to-be can maintain workouts
Moms-to-be can maintain workouts

Some say women can stay with routine, lift lighter weights to prevent injuries

Community briefs for Tuesday, Sept. 2

The West Virginia Educational Broadcasting Authority will meet at 10 a.m. Wednesday at 600 Capitol St. The West Virginia Public Broadcasting Foundation will meet following the authority meeting.

Parades, fireworks on tap for Labor Day

Staying in town for Labor Day? Several events are scheduled throughout the Kanawha Valley for the holiday.

The United Mine Workers’ 76th annual Labor Day Rally begins at 11:30 a.m. today. A pig roast is scheduled to start about noon, and...

Daily Mail brings back ‘Cornered by the Camera’
Daily Mail brings back ‘Cornered by the Camera’

n Editor’s note: After about a 20-year absence, a popular Daily Mail feature has been revived. “Cornered By The Camera” offered glimpses of people in and around the Charleston area, a sort of “get-to-know-you” for...

Portly plane passes overhead
Portly plane passes overhead

The C-5 Galaxy military transport plane, seen on approach to Yeager Airport last week, is being phased out of the West Virginia Air National Guard’s 167th Airlift Wing. The giant aircraft boasts a wingspan of 222.7 feet and remains the largest...

Community briefs for Monday

The West Virginia State University (WVSU) chapter of the NAACP has been recognized for the second year in a row by the national NAACP for its increase in membership.

The West Virginia State chapter was awarded the 2014 Chairman’s...

W.Va. offers Biblical education
W.Va. offers Biblical education

West Virginia pastors from various denominations are working together to make furthering education in Biblical studies more convenient and affordable.

“One of the running themes is it is by West Virginians for West Virginians,”...

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