Logan County Schools will have a sale of miscellaneous surplus items this week.
The sale will be from 1-6 p.m. Wednesday and from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Thursday. Items for sale are located at Dehue-Chambers Elementary School at Rum Creek and at the old Chapmanville East Elementary School.
LOGAN - A man from Columbus, Ohio, and a woman from Charleston were arrested recently in Logan after a traffic stop yielded drugs, drug paraphernalia and large amounts of cash.
CHARLESTON - Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced 11 students from southern West Virginia as regional winners of the office's third Kids Kick Opioids contest, a competition designed to spur creativity and raise awareness of prescription painkiller abuse.
A group of Democratic lawmakers have written to the U.S. Treasury Department asking for an investigation into a Russian company's investment in a proposed aluminum mill in eastern Kentucky being built by Braidy Industries.
BILOXI, Miss. - Rice Owls relief pitcher Kendal Jefferies blanked Marshall University for the final 4 2/3 innings of a 6-3 victory Friday in the Conference USA baseball tournament at MGM Park.
OKLAHOMA CITY - For the fourth consecutive season, the No. 17 West Virginia University baseball team advanced to the Big 12 Championship Semifinals, with a 5-1 victory over No. 7 Texas Tech on Thursday night at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.
VIENNA - When Hurricane High School opened the softball season with a 2-3 record some people thought the dynasty built by the Redskins might be ending. On Thursday afternoon, the Redskins put those thoughts to rest.
The temperatures have kicked up to broil and there doesn't appear to be any relief in sight. Add to that all the students getting out of school for the summer, it is near perfect conditions to spend some time on the water.
For many people, Memorial Day is simply a day off from work and the unofficial start of the summer season. And, of course, students attending various schools are not complaining about the extra day off, either.
The headline "WV settles Opioid Lawsuit for 37M" struck me like a needle in my forearm.
Yes it was "only" a distributor (McKesson). Yes it was millions. Yes, it was a start. Yes, there will be more to follow. But was it just? Was it a settlement or was it simply, as we have seen so often here, "hush money"?
My husband, Roger, and I have just returned from Washington, D.C., for the Alzheimer's Impact Movement Advocacy Forum, bringing together more than 1,250 Alzheimer's advocates from across the nation to Capitol Hill. Each advocate used their voice to urge their respective representatives to support legislation that will provide researchers, health care professionals, caregivers and individuals with the educational tools and resources necessary to meaningfully combat Alzheimer's Disease and its related dementias.