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County Commission signs proclamation, declares April Child Abuse Awareness Month

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Thursday, April 10, a special signing ceremony was held to highlight the Logan County Commission’s proclamation for April as Child Abuse Awareness Month.Several community representatives were present as Commission President Danny Godby signed the proclamation: “children are vital to our future, all children deserve a safe and stable home and communities that foster their well-being and effective child abuse prevention strategies succeed because of partnerships created among citizens, human service agencies, schools, faith communities, health-care providers, civil organizations, law enforcement and business communities.”

 

Emergency services plans expansion

LOGAN — Logan County emergency services plans to modernize and provide more space for training sessions and other administrative work when some of their staff moves into a Logan building in a few months.Roger Bryant, emergency services director, confirmed that the agency has purchased what is known as the “old Social Security building” on Dingess Street.Bryant said when the decision was made that the organization had outgrown its current facilities, loc...

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House fire in south Man

The City of Man Fire Department was assisted by Buffalo Creek Fire Department and Station 200 Tuesday when they responded to a house fire at a residence in South Man. The home belonged to Mike and Gretchen Donahoe.The family was not home during the fire, but unfortunately three family dogs perished.According to the MVFD Chief, Bill Weese, the fire started in the kitchen area of the house and was accompanied by a great deal of smoke, heat, and water damage. The damage to ...

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VA social workers to hold monthly ‘drop-in’ for local vets

Sue Yancy and Sarah Roberts, social workers with the West Virginia Veteran’s Association Homeless Outreach Program, will be coming to the Logan Veteran Center on Monday, April 21 for their first monthly “drop-in day” for local veterans. They will be there between 10:30 and noon.“We have a center in Huntington to assist homeless and at-risk homeless veterans. The problem is, homeless veterans that aren’t in the Huntington area have a difficult time find...

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Government As Innovator? You Bet!

Five years ago, the federal government spent $169 billion to fund basic research and development. This fiscal year, it’s down to $134 billion.People who believe in public belt-tightening applaud drops like that. I understand why: there are many reasons to reduce government spending. But in this case they’re wrong. We need to boost the government’s investment in R&D, not slash it.

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Meth use at epidemic level

While prescription drug abuse is still at an epidemic level throughout the country, methamphetamine can certainly be viewed in the same manner.With the enhanced efforts of law enforcement, the meth-related arrests have increased.Unfortunately, the strong possibility exists that a massive amount of others are still in operation.Over the past few weeks, there have been a significant increase in meth-related arrests in locations that could have resulted in a seri...

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Rain suspends Logan’s second game down south

Rain was the winner on Tuesday at the Mingo Bay Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C., as the Logan High School baseball team saw its game with Socastee High School (S.C.) called off.Socastee was leading 3-0 in the bottom of the third inning when the game was officially suspended by rai.Troy Burgess was pitching for the Wildcats.The game is scheduled to resume on Thursday afternoon at noon.In the meantime, Logan was slated to get back into action in the Sou...

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Jordan Roberts already impressing CFL’s Ottawa RedBlacks

“Write down the name of Jordan Roberts.”While nobody in Boone County or the adjacent area will need to be told to remember Roberts, the former Scott High School football sensation, those are the words of Ottawa Sun sports writer Tim Baines in a recent edition.To say Baines is impressed with the ex-Skyhawk running back/all-around star would be an understatement.“Roberts, the fifth player signed to the Ottawa RedBlacks roster, back in early Dec...

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Little General kicks off statewide fundraiser tomorrow

Tomorrow, April 18, at 11:00 a.m., Little General Convenience Stores kick off a multi-week campaign at their Airport Road location in Chapmanville to raise funds for the Children’s Home Society of West Virginia.Just last year, the CHSWV assisted over 13,000 West Virginia children. There are approximately 4,000 West Virginia children in some type of out-of-home care today due to crisis in the family and 1,200 children in need of adoption.

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The city of Logan is hosting a “Spring Cleanup.”The Spring Cleanup is a challenge/contest from the Mayor’s office to all residents in the city of Logan to clean up, decorate, and make Logan ready for spring. The challenge starts now and lasts throughout April. Awards will be given the last day of April to those who have the “most fabulous yard.”However, there is no limited amount of winners.Businesses, do you have spring fever, to...

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April arrests, arraignments

A number of individuals have been arrested and arraigned in Logan County Magistrate Court during the past month on a variety of charges.Jeaninia Dawn Riffe, age 50, was charged with obstruction on April 1 by the Logan Police Department. Her bail was set for $100.Michael Aaron Hunter, age 30, was charged with disorderly conduct on April 2 by the Logan County Sheriff Deputies. His bail was set for $500.Gary Lee Kimble, age 38, was charged with obstruction, disorderly c...

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TVMI holds meeting at Harless Community Center

GILBERT — The Tug Valley Mining Institute held its last meeting, with guest speaker, Gary White, at The Larry Joe Harless Community Center on Thurday.The meeting coincided with the CEDAR of Southern West Virginia Regional Coal Fair to educate participants on James H. “Buck” Harless’ life-long jorney with coal. TVMI members were pleased to view coal projects of area students while educating some of those students on the importance of coal....

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8th Annual Man on the Move

The 8th annual Man on the Move walk was held Sat., April 12, at the Buffalo Creek Memorial Library. Participants received free t-shirts, had the opportunity to receive a door prize and had the opportunity to have a blood pressure checked. Logan County Sheriff Sonya Porter spoke to the walkers concerning the upcoming Drug Take Back Day.

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Logan beats Ohio team in South Carolina

It was a successful opening for the Logan High School baseball team on its southern swing as the Class AAA No. 8-ranked Wildcats won 8-7 over Austintown Fitch (Ohio) on Monday at the Mingo Bay Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C.Troy Burgess scored from second on an Austintown Fitch error in the bottom of the seventh inning as Logan improved to 7-2 on the season.Burgess was 3-for-4 at the plate with a double and three RBI. Trace Butcher also had three hits, including a double a...

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Smith should not be surprised about rumors

It’s always good to know when a public official has been cleared of any possible criminal wrong-doing. Somehow, that reminds me of the Southern West Virginia politician who ran for re-election to the legislature. In his advertising, he noted that he had “Never been CONVICTED of a felony.” That was so reassuring, voters in his district sent him back to Charleston. Later, he WAS, in fact, CONVICTED of a felony but later ran again and won another election. A second felony convi...

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No more cuts to food stamps

For every sensational story of food-stamp fraud or abuse, there are thousands more of people who depend on them to feed themselves and their families. That’s especially true now, with one in seven Americans — a record 47 million people — receiving help from the federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). That number is double what it was a decade ago.Food benefits have become a popular target, with Congress cutting benefits late last year across the ...

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PRIDE releases Annual Report

PRIDE Community Services has recently released their 2012-13 Head Start Annual Report. PRIDE is a non-profit community action agency in Logan county.The report outlines the head start’s budget, enrollment, services and more.In order to accommodate the needs of the area’s families, the program implements center based classes. The services provided in head start include education, health, family services, parent involvement, transportation and family literacy....

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Logan Center to host Meet the Candidates

THREE MILE CURVE — The Logan Center at Three Mile Curve is inviting political candidates to attend their “Meet your Candidates” Fri., April 25, at 2 p.m.“It will not be a debate but a chance to introduce yourselves and the office you are seeking to our residents and staff,” Betty Conn, organizer of the event said. “This is important to all our residents who cannot get out to meet with you — nor attend political functions.”C...

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