WILLIAMSON – While the winter weather has stalled for now, the newest concern of Mingo County residents are potholes.
VARNEY - A closed mine shaft measuring approximately 10 miles blew-out at the Varney Church of God Wednesday evening. Residents in the area reported the sound resembled thunder or a big coal truck.
By Ralph Pyskowski
GILBERT — The Gilbert Council held it's regular meeting on March 9 where the River Bend Road Waterline Extension Project and dangerous road conditions at Little Egypt in Gilbert were discussed.
JUSTICE — As water filled the dam at R.D. Bailey Dam in Justice last week, anticipation filled those living in it's surrounding areas.
GILBERT — U.S. Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va., 3rd District) led a roundtable discussion Thursday on economic development issues that concerns the Town of Gilbert.
WILLIAMSON - The Mingo County Health Department has received a limited supply of Tdap vaccine for those WV Residents who were affected by the recent flooding.
GILBERT — The Mingo County STOP Coalition is launching a new program called “Backpack Blessings”. This program will supply weekend meals and snacks for PreK-4th grade students. The program will begin with 52 students who attend...
The way I see it, it is time for us to get to farming. Now farming is something I have always admired and longed to experience. It seems that each year when winter fades and the days become longer, I get an inkling to dabble into the homesteading...
CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey today reminded consumers of tips they should remember when dealing with debt and credit collection agencies. In 2014, issues with credit cards and collection agencies were among the Top 10 most...
By Phil KablerFor the West Virginia Press Association
GILBERT — Representative, Evan Jenkins (R-WV)will be holding a roundtable, which will be focusing on economic development issues, in Gilbert on Thursday, March 12 from 10:00 am - 11:00 am at the Town Hall in Gilbert. Mayor Vivian Livingood,...
West Virginia Supreme Court justices will decide whether several Mingo County residents can sue pharmacies and doctors after they alleged being negligently prescribed pain medication, which then led to addiction.
A former Mingo County sheriff claims in a lawsuit that a county commissioner cost him an election last year by filing a bogus complaint days before the vote took place.
LOGAN — Tickets for Southern Coalition for the ARTS's upcoming production of Smoke on the Mountain are on sale now.
Gun rights supporters and law enforcement officers struck an uneasy tension at the state Capitol Thursday, staying apart from one another as they argued on opposite sides of a bill that would allow anyone in West Virginia, age 18 and older, to carry a...
Wes Wilson PhotographyThe Chattaroy exit off of U.S. 119, the old U.S. 52 road, was inundated with water. This is an area that normally gets blocked by flood waters as the river backs up into Buffalo Creek of Chattaroy Hollow.
GILBERT — Gilbert Elementary School (GES) will be conducting its annual kindergarten orientation on March 26.
CHARLESTON — The W.Va. legislature has, for the first time since 1987, successfully overridden a gubernatorial veto making W.Va. the 11th state to pass “pain-capable” abortion legislation.
WILLIAMSON – Warrants were served during the first half of February on several individuals. The warrants included but were not limited to grand larceny, leaving the scene of an accident and malicious wounding.
CHARLESTON — Spring is nearing and the West Virginia Division of Forestry wants to remind residents that the state's spring forest fire season began on March 1 and runs through May 31. During these three months, daytime burning is...
GILBERT — Gilbert area residents were never more glad to see snow than they were Thursday morning since the snowfall haulted the rain that was causing significant water rise.
WILLIAMSON – As Thor continues to move through the Tug Valley area residents woke up Thursday morning to rising floodwaters and snow.
RED JACKET — Mingo Central High School's prom committee will be hosting a spaghetti dinner with all of your child's favorite Disney characters and superheros on Saturday, March 7 from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
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