LOGAN — The morning of March 5 saw the Logan area take a one-two-punch from the weather: just hours after localized flooding and frighteningly swollen rivers terrorized citizens, snow began to fall and ice began form.
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.
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.
The Logan County Public Service District issued a boil water advisory for the area from the Logan/Wyoming County line to the foot of Huff Mountain on Thurs., March 5. The advisory was issued due to an interruption of water service.
The Logan County Ofﬁce of Emergency Management is requesting anyone who has received damage to your home or business from ﬂooding to contact their office at 304-752-0917.
Saturday, March the 7th, will see a near-century long tradition return to Logan County when the Kiwanis Club of Logan presents their 91st annual Pancake Day at Logan Middle School.
LOGAN — The Logan County Sheriff's Department (LCSD) would like to announce the installation of a new prescription drug disposal box located at the sheriff's department in the Logan County courthouse.
CHARLESTON — Representative Evan Jenkins (R - W.Va.) has announced the March hours for his mobile office. Logan, Williamson, Oceana and Man are all set to host Jenkins' mobile office.
CHARLESTON — On Thursday, March 5 at 12:15 p.m., WV FREE and the WV FREE Action Fund working in conjunction with the American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia (ACLU of WV), Planned Parenthood Health Systems (PPHS), the West Virginia...
CHARLESTON — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has declared a statewide State of Emergency, mobilizing state resources to combat severe weather conditions and ensure the safety of residents across the state today, March 4.
LOGAN — Wednesday March, 4, brought flooding to low lying areas as creeks, streams and rivers swelled to push past their banks. Many residents nervously watched the rushing waters push close to the bottoms of bridges, carve new paths around...
LOGAN — The new animal shelter in Peach Creek is nearing completion.
SOUTH CHARLESTON — The W.Va. Division of Natural Resources (DNR) has announced that it will hold a series of 12 public meetings meetings across the state this March in order to provide hunters, trappers, anglers, landowners and other interested...
LOGAN — Logan Mingo Area Mental Health (LMAMH) would like to announce a fundraising campaign for their community program called “hearts for the hungry.”
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin issued a statewide “State of Preparedness,” mobilizing state resources to help keep West Virginians safe during potential severe weather on Tues., March 3.
The Logan County Public Service District has lifted a boil water advisory issued on February 27 for the area from Atenville to Sand Creek.
LOGAN — PRIDE Community Services has announced its involvement with the 2015 national “March for Meals” campaign.
Education…is the great equalizer of the conditions of men…the balance wheel of society. — Horace Mann
CHARLESTON — On March 2, Appalachian Electric Power (AEP) along with Wheeling Power (WP) announced a proposal to increase rates.
WASHINGTON – U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) cosponsored legislation introduced today that would prevent the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency from retroactively vetoing valid permits, as happened at the Spruce No. 1 mine in Logan...
LOGAN — With rain warming and temperatures approaching and plenty of snow, slush, and ice stubbornly lingering around the area the potential for flooding in the area is increasing.
CHARLESTON — On Saturday, Feb. 28, the W.Va. House of Delegates voted, in an overwhelming, bipartisan majority, to repeal the federal common core education standards in W.Va. schools.
LOGAN — On Jan. 20, Cpl. Lee Preece with Chapmanville Police Department arrested Teddy Gene Clemens II, 36, of Chapmanville for shoplifting at the Rich gas station in Chapmanville.
A boil water advisory has been put in effect for customers of the Logan County Pubilc Service District (PSD) from North Mitchell Heights to Pigeon Roost. A waterline break has occurred and has prompted the need to boil water.
The date Feb. 26, 1972, will always hold a certain level of emotion in Logan County. The pain, memories, and feelings associated with the Buffalo Creek Disaster are, for some, still vivid and visceral.