Cook-Stollings to wed Saturday Miss Lindsey Rae Cook and Mr. Anthony Duane Stollings would like to announce their engagement and forthcoming marriage. The couple will be united in marriage at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, May 25, at the St. Frances of Assisi Catholic Church in Logan. The gracious custom of an open ceremony will be observed. A reception will immediately follow in the church social hall.
Introducing… Christen and Micah Hunter of Chapmanville is pleased to introduce their daughter, Melody Mae.
Melody was born April 4, 2013, at Logan Regional Medical Center weighing 5 pounds, 10 ounces and being 18.24 inches long.
She is the granddaughter of Moss and Shelba Workman of Rocky Branch and James and Aleshia Hunter of Rum Creek.
Melody and her parents attend Church of God of Prophecy on Pine Street in Logan.
Spring arrives at START during April meeting MAN — According to the decorations, spring was “a-shinin” in the Fellowship Hall of Bruce McDonald United Methodist Church when START (Senior Taking Active Roles Today) met for their April meeting.
The START decorating committee used green table coverings, pink placemats, multi-colored flowered napkins and small colorful umbrellas to enhance the theme “April showers bring May flowers”. Hanging from the ceiling were several wind chimes which...
Mudfork Ladies Aid hosts meeting Mudfork Freewill Baptist Church Ladies Aid recently held their monthly meeting with 12 members present.
Prayer requests were heard and Gladys Schmitt led the ladies in prayer. Sue Watkins read from Psalm 1:1-6.
Donation was taken up and the ladies discussed business.
The meeting was dismissed with The Lords Prayer, led by Navonna Browning.
Those attending were Sissy Adams, Sue Watkins, Gladys Schmitt, Eloise Carter, Dorothy Collins, M...
Tug Valley student honored Jarred H. Vance, of Dingess, was recognized by the United States Achievement Academy (USAA) as a student of excellence in Fine Arts.
Vance, who attends Tug Valley High School, was nominated for this honor by Joshua P. Tharp at the school. Jarred’s name will appear in the USAA Official Yearbook, which is published nationally.
“Recognizing and supporting our youth is more important than ever before in America’s history. Certainly, USAA stud...
Digital Imaging/Mulit Media class attends screening Ms. Angela L. Varney, (far left) Digital Imaging/Multi-Media Instructor at Mingo Central High School, and her students (from left) Cory Harmon, Austin Stepp, McKenna Matney, Joey Goodman, Ashley Hatfield, Katlyn Jude and Caitlyn Lambert, attended the premiere of their film “Think Twice” on April 12, 2013, at the Appalachian Film Festival, which was held at the historic Keith Albee Performing Arts Center in downtown Huntington. “Think Twice” i...
Pastor to be honor Robinette Church of God will honor their pastor Albert Cline on Sunday, May 19. Guest speaker will be Rev. Jona “Joe” Trent and special singing. Dinner will follow the service. Pictured is Pastor Cline with his wife, Brenda.
Introducing Gracie Bridges Jordan and Erica Bridges would like to introduce their daughter, Gracie Brooke.
Gracie was born September 10, 2012, at Logan Regional Medical Center, weighing 7 pounds, 3 ounces and was 21 inches long.
Her proud grandparents are Bobby and Jackie Bridges of Whitman and Mike and Goldie Payne of Ohio. She is the great-granddaughter of Ralph and Myrtle Rodighiero , Clarence and Helen Elkins, Joe and Lenore Payne and Alfred and Goldie Guess, a...
LHS to hold auditions for “Hairspray” Logan High School will present “Hairspray” in the fall of 2013 and will be holding auditions next week.
Director Bill France says a show of this size requires early planning.
“We will hold the initial auditions Wednesday, May 8, and Thursday, May 9, in the Logan High School Little Theater from 3-6 p.m. both days.”
If needed, France says another round of auditions will be held in the fall.
“This will give our performers a chance to sta...
Clerk releases marriage license listing Logan County Clerk John Turner has released the listing of those obtaining marriage licenses for the months of March and April 2013.
Robert Allen Adkins, 38, and Gina Rena Adkins, 43, both of Whitman
Evan Brant Hedrick, 31, of St. Albans and Meagan Elizabeth Sellards, 28, of Verdunville
Dustin Cody Harvey, 21, and Samantha Kaye Spence, 20, both of Davin
Lesley Kyle Cantrell, 48, of Logan and Kelly Christine Mollohan, 20,...
Central UB Ladies Auxiliary hosts meeting The Ladies Auxiliary of the Central United Baptist Church met at the Christian Center for their regular meeting on April 8th.
The ladies, along with several guests from Maryetta United Baptist Church, were welcomed by President Janet Doss who read from Psalms 67.
Prayer requests were taken and the auxiliary fellowshipped and sang the theme song, “Love Lifted Me”. Linda Markham led the opening prayer.
Members Lana Brammer, Kaye Browning,...
MMS honor roll released MAN — Man Middle School Principal Cynthia Caldwell has released the Honor Roll for the third nine weeks grading period.
To make the honor roll, students must obtain a 3.00 GPA or better.
• Fifth grade — Makenzee Adkins, Kaylee Baisden, Joshua Bartram, Gracie Brown, Alexandra Campbell, Kaylee Canterbury, Lori Canterbury, Christopher Carroll, Stephanie Caserta, Brooklyn Cheek, Kayla Clark, Isabella Conn, Cloe Doss, Kayleigh Egnor, Jordan El...
Band festival at CRHS CHAPMANVILLE — Chapmanville Regional High School hosted the West Virginia Secondary Schools Region Five Band Festival on April 11-12.
Bands from Logan, Boone, Lincoln, Clay, Mingo and Wyoming Counties converged over a two day period for a required ratings performance for judges LeeAnne Lykens, Rhonda Smalley and Tom Thompson. All secondary schools with band programs are required by the WV SSAC to perform in this festival for a rating or for...
Central UB to host Pastor Appreciation Central United Baptist Church on the Holden Road will host Pastor Appreciation Day Sunday, May 5.
The event will honor Pastor Randy Skeens and his wife, Sharon.
Service begins at 10:30 a.m. Sunday with guest speaker Rev. Mike Worf of Grantsville, and special singing by Tommy Nutter.
A covered-dish dinner will follow the service in the Central Christian Center. The public is invited to attend.
There will be no evening service.