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NWTF hosted Women in the Outdoors

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SHARPLES — With a surprising boom from a down-range exploding target, the first ever locally held Women in the Outdoors (WIO)/Ladies Day Out event got off with a bang. WIO is an official program of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF). The event was the brainchild of the NWTF’s Logan Area (LA) Chapter’s Robin Wolfe. Aiding and abetting her effort comes the Mingo Logan Coal Company’s Mountain Laurel Complex that not only sponsored the event, they hosted it at their leased property near Sharples. The rest as they say is history.

 

Herd zips past Akron; WVU loses at home to Sooners

By Jack BogaczykHerdzone.comAKRON, Ohio – Four times 40 equaled 1938 as Marshall football finished non-conference play with an exclamation point on a sunny and brisk Saturday afternoon at InfoCision Stadium.With a 48-17 trouncing of host Akron, the Thundering Herd (4-0) headed into an open week with at least 40 points in its first four games of a season since ’38, when Coach Cam Henderson’s team was blanking ...

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Responsible Care companies

When folks in the Kanawha Valley and elsewhere in West Virginia woke up on the morning of Jan. 9, 2014, few of them had ever heard of Freedom Industries.And had Freedom Industries’ management taken the steps to become certified as a Responsible Distribution company, there’s a strong probability that most of us would still have never heard of the company that was providing specialty chemicals to the coal industry. That company likely would still be quietly serving its cu...

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Two charged with prescription fraud

Two men were charged with prescription fraud after they got a relative’s prescriptions filled at a local drug store on July 9, 2014.According to the complaints, Danny Lackey, 29, and Michael Damron, 38, both of Dingess, allegedly took two prescriptions to Family Discount Pharmacy at Mt. Gay where Damron produced a driver’s license to obtain the prescriptions. The prescriptions, belonging to Lackey’s father, were for Clonazepam 1mg and Hydrocodone 7.5.Bo...

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Grace and Truth

Luke 6:36 says, “Therefore be merciful, just as your Father also is merciful.” D.L. Moody said, “When we preach on hell, we might at least do it with tears in our eyes.” I have been pleading Christ’s case for a merciful church. How merciful should we expect to become? Jesus said be merciful, just as your Father is merciful. Mercy is shown by God throughout the Word of God. He sent His only begotten Son to die for sins. We are to reach nothing short of the nature ...

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Disrespect by the White House

Editor,On August 8, 2014, Major General Harold Greene was killed by a Muslim Afghan soldier. You may recall hearing how this supposed friendly soldier opened fire and killed the general and wounded at least 15 people while the general was touring a training facility. General Greene was the highest ranking military officer killed in combat since the Vietnam War and Obama all but ignored it.

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No. 4 Billies hang on to beat Raiders

BRADSHAW — The Man High School football team hung on to beat Class AA River View in a thrilling 38-35 victory over the homestanding Raiders at the River View High School football field at Bradshaw on Friday night.The Hillbillies, ranked No. 4 in Class A, improved to 3-1 and bounced back from last week’s 28-22 setback to Westside.River View dropped to 1-3.Man was led by senior fullback Neil Mullins, who racked up 204 yards rushing on 23 carries and ...

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Man Middle romps over CMS, 26-0

MAN — The Man Middle School football team ran its record to 3-0 on the season with Thursday night’s 26-0 thumping over county rival Chapmanville Middle School in the annual MMS homecoming game at Man’s George A. Queen Memorial Field.For the Pioneers, it was their third straight shutout victory.Coach Tootie Carter’s Man team opened with a shutout win over Poca and then blanked Van 29-0 last week on the road.The Pioneers will look to make...

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Tigers erase Dots to get first win

CHAPMANVILLE — A week before the Chapmanville Regional High School football team’s showdown at county rival Logan, the Tigers were in dire need of a win.After falling to Sissonville, Herbert Hoover and Scott in Cardinal Conference games to open the season, Chapmanville needed a breakthrough on Friday night as the winless Poca Dots came to town for the annual Chapmanville Regional High School Hall of Fame Game.The Tigers got back on track and the victory bell ...

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Logan routed at Point Pleasant, 63-8

POINT PLEASANT — It wasn’t a very pleasant return trip for the Logan High School football team to Point Pleasant’s Ohio Valley Bank Track and Field on Friday night.It was Point Dismal for the Wildcats as Logan was hammered 63-8 by the undefeated Big Blacks, the No. 6-ranked team in Class AAA.Point Pleasant, which dispatched last year’s Class AA runner-up team Wayne last week, 38-14, ending the Pioneers’ 27-game regular season winning streak,...

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Chapmanville Athletic Hall of Fame

Chapmanville Regional High School inducted its newest class to the Chapmanville Athletic Hall of Fame on Thursday during a dinner at the Logan Country Club. The new members were also recognized before Friday night’s Hall of Fame Game at Tiger Stadium.

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Miners put Westside on backside with 59-16 win

NEWTOWN — The Westside and Mingo Central game featured to Class 2A powers from southern West Virginia as both were ranked No. 3 in the state.Both teams came in with identical 3-0 records, so something had to give at Mingo Central’s Buck Harless Stadium on Friday night.Homestanding Mingo Central (4-0) remained undefeated and made a statement dominating the game with a 59-16 non-conference win over the Renegades (3-1).The Miners’ offense rolled...

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Fairer deal sought for black lung victims

WASHINGTON (AP) — Sens. Jay Rockefeller and Bob Casey unveiled legislation Thursday aimed at ensuring fairer treatment for coal miners with black lung disease as they pursue benefits claims.The bill by the two coal-state senators comes after an investigation by the Center for Public Integrity and ABC News examined how doctors and lawyers, working at the behest of the coal industry, helped defeat the benefits claims of sick miners. The yearlong investigation won a Pulitzer pri...

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Re: Old Covenant Conflict

Editor,Christians were happy when the republicans started the Fox News Network more than ten years ago because that news network gave a prominent place to God in its programming. Little did Christians know that the republicans would use the Fox News Network to spearhead their drive to put Christians under the Old Covenant law.

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Gartin-Karigan to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gartin Jr. of Chapmanville are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Tristan Leigh Gartin, to Mr. James Nicholas Shih Karigan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Karigan of Huntsville, Ala.The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gartin Sr. of Chapmanville and the late Mr. and Mrs. Otchie Lowe of Pikeville, Ky. She graduated from West Virginia University and received a bachelor degree in accounting and a master’s degree in ...

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In The Service…

U.S. Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Robyn L. Brammer graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic warfare principles and skills.Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College ...

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Man Lions Club inducts of new members

The Man Lions Club recently held the induction of new members to their organization. Crystal Hicks and Chuck Rice were given their induction vows by the District Governor of District 29-O Karen Hall-Dundas. Chuck Rice was sponsored by Elizabeth Tackett, club president, and Crystal Hicks was sponsored by Eddie “Bub” Tackett. The Man Lions Club welcomes new members. If you are interested in joining the club contact any member or call Elizabeth Tackett at the Buffalo Creek Memorial L...

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Peterson-Mahaffey to wed

Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie D. Peterson of Manning, S.C., are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Lauren Nicole Peterson, to Joshua David Mahaffey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bryan D. Mahaffey of Chapmanville.The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas G. Brewer Sr. of Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Peterson of Sumter, S.C. She is a graduate from Laurence Manning Academy. She graduated from USC-Sumter in Sumter with an Associate Degree in Arts and also receiv...

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