On Thursday, Gov. Jim Justice declared a State of Emergency for McDowell County after July 12 thunderstorms resulted in excessive rainfall, causing significant flooding that damaged more than 75 homes, approximately a dozen bridges, and numerous roads throughout the county.
Improvements to Gilliland Park in Oceana are just about complete, according to Councilman Don Morgan.
The Wyoming County Democratic Executive Committee will conduct an organizational meeting Aug. 20 at 1 p.m. in the courthouse lobby, located on…
Diving and cliff jumping are strictly prohibited at all U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Huntington District managed lakes, including R.D. Bailey Lake.
In an effort to reduce fatalities and injuries, law enforcement officers will be participating in both national and state highway safety progr…
Vote canvassing resulted in a tie among two commission candidates in Mullens, but no changes resulted in Oceana or Pineville election outcomes.
It is the time of year when bears are on the move and, at least in some residential areas, making pests of themselves.
Mullens municipal pool could be open this summer, depending on the delivery date of construction materials, according to Barry Smith, City of …
Wyoming County East High School’s Friends of the Earth Club won a $3,000 cash prize in the PepsiCo Recycle Rally contest on Earth Day.
From carnival rides to live entertainment, Mullens’ annual Dogwood Festival gets underway Wednesday, April 27, and concludes Saturday, April 3…
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Editor’s note: Jack Feller (1922-2013) was a well-known historian who wrote a series of books “Memories and Photos of Mullens, West Virginia,”…
Editor’s note: Paul Ray Blankenship (1940-2010) was a retired teacher and college professor, who wrote several books about the history of Ocea…
Editor’s note: Jack Feller (1922-2013) was a well-known historian who wrote a series of book…
Editor’s note: The following is reprinted, with permission, from Mary Keller Bowman’s “Refer…
Editor’s note: Paul Ray Blankenship (1940-2010) was a retired teacher and college professor,…
Editor’s note: The Rev. Green Pendleton “G.P.” Goode (1868-1957) was the foremost authority …
Editor’s note: Paul Ray Blankenship passed away Sept. 30, 2010 after a long illness. He was …
Assassinated President John F. Kennedy famously said life is unfair in remarks on the inequities of who goes to war and who doesn’t during a 1962 reference to the emerging Vietnam conflict.
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Enterprising, investigative journalism, persuasive local editorials, robust sports coverage and exposing corruption in the court system were lauded in the 2022 Best of CNHI journalism awards.
TAHLEQUAH, Oklahoma – In its ongoing bid to ensure the federal government honors a 200-year-old treaty, the nation's largest indigenous tribe is awaiting a decision on whether its delegate to Congress will be seated.
Thich Nhat Hanh, a humble but deeply powerful Buddhist monk from Vietnam, died on Saturday at 95. Most people in the U.S. will never have heard of him.
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When I was a boy in California in the 1960s, my family was pretty much the only family I knew that ate bagels. That’s probably because we were Jewish and bagels are a Jewish thing.
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