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Armed robbery under investigation

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The Logan County Sheriff’s Department currently investigating an armed robbery that occured early Tuesday morning near Man. The suspect is still at large.On Tues., September 23, at approximately 3 a.m., members of the Logan County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to an armed robbery at the Speedway located at Huffcreek near the town of Man. Upon arrival to the scene, Cpl. Matt Carter and Deputy Nick Tucker spoke with the worker who was reportedly robbed at gun point.


Billies rise to No. 3 in the state in this week’s ratings

The Man High School football team rose one spot to No. 3 in the state in this week’s Class A WVSSAC Football Rankings.The Hillbillies (3-1) were fourth last week.Man, which hosts Fayetteville on Friday night, beat River View, 38-35, last week on the road.In the Class AAA ratings, Logan (2-2) fell out of the top 16 after losing 63-8 on the road last week at Point Pleasant. Logan is ranked No. 22 this week.In Class AA, Chapmanville Regional (1-3...

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CWD boil water advisory

The Chapmanville Water Department has issued A BOIL WATER ADVISORY for all Chapmanville Water customers, including water resold to Logan PSD customers on Crawley Creek, Airport Road and Ridgeview. This advisory has been issued due to draining of tanks.For more information, contact the CWD at 304-855-3227.

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Update: ‘Baby Doe’ investigation

On Monday, September 22, the Logan County Sheriff’s Department requested public assistance in an ongoing investigation concerning a new born baby and the health and safety of the baby’s mother.On Tuesday, at approximately 8:45 a.m., Chief Deputy M.A. Mayes, was contacted by an individual by telephone who presented herself as the mother of Baby Doe. Mayes reports that the individual presented enough information concerning the baby and the incident that the Logan County S...

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Once in a lifetime

Sid Gullett has been through a lot in his life. He is a veteran, a father, a husband and a retired truck driver. He is also a pretty skilled golfer, but he would never admit to that himself. In fact, Gullett has been golfing for over 40 years.“You don’t just go out and start golfing,” Gullet said when asked why he began golfing. “I started in the 70s. It’s a tough game… it’s a brain game is what it is. Your brain is trying to tell your body...

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Local public defenders recognized

DANIELS — Many local public defenders were recognized at an annual awards ceremony sponsored by U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin on Thurs., Sept. 16. The United States Attorney Southern District of West Virginia 2014 Law Enforcement and Victim Assistance Awards honored those city, county and state employees that assisted in the James Gregory Glick arson investigation at a ceremony in the Glade Springs Resort in Daniels.

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Police continue crack down on marijuana cultivation

Terry Dale Chapman, 55, of Crown, was arrested by the WVSP on September 18 for cultivation of marijuana.On September 18, Senior Trooper J.G. Honaker was driving around the community of Crown when he allegedly observed in plain view through a large window one marijuana plant growing inside of an outbuilding.Honaker was able to locate Chapman, who lives at the residence, and was allegedly advised by Chapman that the marijuana was his.Shawn Michelle Farley, 35, of C...

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Billies in good shape at halfway point

MAN — Harvey Arms and the Man High School football team is feeling pretty good.Now that the toughest stretch of the Billies’ season is over, Man heads into the second half of the football campaign with a 3-1 record and the No. 4 ranking in the state in Class A.It’s about as good as the Billies could ask for.With five Class A opponents and 2A Chapmanville Regional left on the schedule, Man is in good shape to secure its second straight playoff...

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Keeping with tradition: Service to others one day at a time

Across the country, West Virginians are known for their true hospitality and live out the tradition of neighbor helping neighbor. Throughout the year, West Virginians of all ages across the Mountain State participate in community service activities in our hometowns to improve our neighborhoods. Last week, those activities were showcased through a statewide effort as part of the third annual Day to Serve celebration.

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Obama’s strategy against the Islamic State

Thirteen years after religious zealots murdered nearly 3,000 people in the 9/11 terrorist attacks, global terrorism not only endures but seems intractable.The recent shift in the world’s attention from al-Qaida to the militant group that now calls itself the Islamic State may be camouflaging the reality that although those Islamist extremist groups employ somewhat different tactics, each stands squarely against foundational human rights, including freedom of religion, and the...

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W.Va. public school truancy rate tops 30 pct

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Nearly a third of West Virginia’s public school students were truant during the 2013-2014 academic year and several counties had truancy rates exceeding 50 percent, Department of Education figures show.The highest truancy rate was in McDowell County, where 58 percent of students missed at least five days of classes without an excuse. Wyoming County had the second-highest rate, with 57 percent of students marked as truant.Jefferson Cou...

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Tomblin named Committee Chair

CHARLESTON — Governor Earl Ray Tomblin has been appointed chair of the National Governors Association (NGA) Economic Development and Commerce Committee by NGA Chair Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper and Vice Chair Utah Gov. Gary Herbert. The committee is one of five standing NGA committees for 2014-2015.“It’s a privilege to be part of the NGA leadership team and I look forward to working with governors from across the country to serve the people of our states,”...

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Rum Creek Connector open

RUM CREEK — The new Rum Creek Connector for County Route 14 opened for public use on Monday. Motorists will utilize the new access road instead of the old railroad underpass.The railroad underpass and existing County Route 14 will remain open for approximately ¼th of a mile from the intersection with West Virginia 10 for local traffic use only. The Rita-Dabney and Rum Creek Connector will bypass some of the most dangerous portions of Route 10.The road, which i...

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Bolton fires up Republican crowd

CHARLESTON — Former United Nations Ambassador John Bolton fired up a packed house of Republicans at the Freedom Dinner 2014 held Friday evening at the Charleston Marriott Hotel.All the tables were filled as state GOP Chairman Conrad Lucas emceed the evening’s speakers. Boone County’s Donna Gosney, a former National Committeewoman, delivered a touching tribute to the late James Reed, who she served with when he was the national committeeman.Gosney descri...

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Investigation surrounding new born baby

The Logan County Sheriff’s Department is asking the assistance of the public in regards to an investigation being conducted in regards to an unidentified newborn baby.On Sat., September 6, at approximately 10:30 p.m. a female newborn was brought to the Logan Regional Medical Center and handed over to hospital personnel. The individuals left before any identification could be obtained. The baby was approximately one day old.The LCSD was reportedly contacted on the d...

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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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NWTF hosted Women in the Outdoors

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 thei...

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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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