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Lawsuits filed over Greenbrier County diesel spill

Greenbrier County businesses that had to close their doors because of a water outage after a tanker truck wrecked and spilled diesel fuel into the river are suing the trucking company.

Charleston attorneys representing Bakery LLC, the Irish Pub...

Lawsuits filed over Greenbrier County diesel spill

Greenbrier County businesses that had to close their doors because of a water outage after a tanker truck wrecked and spilled diesel fuel into the river are suing the trucking company.

Charleston attorneys representing Bakery LLC, the Irish Pub ...

Persistence pays off for Christian author
Persistence pays off for Christian author

Motivated by faith and a love for writing, Brett Armstrong persisted until a publisher accepted his most recent work.

“It’s really a humbling thing,” said Armstrong, who hopes his novel will be an inspiration to others....

Pet psychology: it’s not what you imagine

Behavioral consultants work with both animals and their owners to create a more peaceable relationship

By BILLY WOLFE

LIFE EDITOR

Peace is slowly returning to Toni Bailey’s Beckley area home.

About a year ago, she...

Bill introduced to end Common Core in schools

If passed, state would adopt Massachusetts curriculum from 2004 until July 2018

Despite warmer temperatures, ice on roads leads to accidents

A series of accidents were reported on slick travel surfaces Thursday morning.

Several accidents occurred throughout the Kanawha Valley between 10 and 11 a.m. with no injuries reported, a Kanawha County 911 dispatcher said.

She said the wrecks were not serious and referred to the Metro website for accident locations. According to the website, wrecks were reported between 10 and 11 a.m. on Rutledge Road, Strawberry Road, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Cantley Drive. Accidents were also reported on Interstate 77 near Sissonville, Interstate 79 at Little Sandy, and Smith Creek Road in Tornado.

My turn: Your paper changed; hope you didn’t notice

If you’re not a regular reader of the Sports section, I’d like you to take a moment to look at page 2B. (Take your time; I’ll wait.)

It probably doesn’t look that much different from page 2B of the Friday, Dec. 26,...

Freedom officials plead not guilty in U.S. court

A former Freedom Industries owner will now be able to travel to Florida for business and to check on his house after a federal magistrate judge modified his bond.

Dennis Farrell appeared in court Thursday and entered a not guilty plea to the...

Senate committee approves school nutrition bill

Legislation relaxes school food standards during emergencies

W.Va. community, technical college system chief leaving

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — The chancellor of West Virginia’s community and technical college system is leaving after 11 years on the job.

Chancellor James L. Skidmore announced Thursday he will leave his post on June 30. He was the...

Senate heads toward approval of Keystone XL pipeline bill

Associated Press

WASHINGTON — The Republican-controlled Senate moved Thursday toward passage of a bipartisan bill approving the Keystone XL oil pipeline, defying a presidential veto threat and setting up the first of many expected battles ...

Wolf bans new gas drilling leases on public land as promised

Associated Press

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Fulfilling a campaign pledge, Gov. Tom Wolf on Thursday signed an order Thursday banning new drilling leases on public land, ending a short-lived effort by his Republican predecessor to expand the...

Obama to seek to bust spending limits by $74 billion

Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama will ask Congress to boost government spending by roughly 7 percent above current limits, the White House said Thursday, setting up a certain clash with Republicans who insist that ...

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