CHRISTIAN – Priscella Cline Smith, owner of the Paradise Island campground in the Christian area of Logan County, died early Wednesday morning after officials say she was struck by a vehicle.
The Class AAA No. 6-ranked Logan Lady Cats are headed back to the state tournament for the first time in three years after downing Winfield, 61-39, on Tuesday, April 20, 2021 at Logan's Willie Akers Arena.
CHARLESTON — The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org.
WEST VIRGINIA — The staff of Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College, on all of its campuses, showed support for “Collegiate Recovery Day” by wearing purple on April 15.
CHARLESTON — A recent study commissioned by the West Virginia Coal Association and conducted by the West Virginia University Bureau for Business and Economic Research, shows in 2019 the coal mining industry and coal-fired power plants generated approximately $14 billion in economic activity …
LOGAN — A host of county officials, state representatives for the area and law enforcement participated in a public forum at the Fountain Place Cinema 8 on Thursday, April 15, to discuss the litter and garbage dumping problem in Logan County.
LOGAN — During their regular session Wednesday, April 14, the Logan County Housing Authority passed a resolution adopting the Logan County Commission’s housing plan from 2019.
CHAPMANVILLE — One month after they declined to make a donation to the baseball team, the Chapmanville Town Council instead decided to make a general donation to the local town athletic association instead.
CHAPMANVILLE — Lonnie Berry, who owns the Tudor’s Biscuit World restaurant in Chapmanville, addressed the Chapmanville Town Council during their regular session Tuesday, April 13, where he asked council to prohibit out-of-town food vendors.
CHAPMANVILLE — The Logan County Sheriff’s Department, in sponsorship with the PIECES Coalition and the Logan County Prevention Coalition, held the first of three scheduled drug takeback days on Friday, April 16. The takeback was held at the Tracy Vickers Community Center in Chapmanville. Two…
West Virginians who already filed their taxes still can make use of a federal tax break through the American Rescue Plan Act.
CHARLESTON — A Logan County man recently pleaded guilty to a federal drug charge, according to a news release from the office of Acting United States Attorney Lisa G. Johnston. Terrindez Xsidrick Bryant, 36, pleaded guilty to distribution of methamphetamine.
CHAPMANVILLE — The Chapmanville Town Council recently approved police chief Alan Browning’s request to purchase six body cameras for the town’s police department.
DESKINS ADDITION — The West Virginia State Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint on W.Va. 119/26 at Deskins Addition in Logan County from 6 p.m. until midnight Wednesday, April 28. An alternate checkpoint site has been designated as W.Va. 73, Logan.
LOGAN — Jason Harwood, of Harwood Legal, PLLC, in Logan, will now serve clients as a West Virginia bankruptcy attorney in addition to his existing legal practice areas, according to a news release.
Bonnie’s Bus, a 45-foot, state-of-the-art mobile mammography vehicle, will visit Mingo and Logan counties offering three-dimensional (3D) digital screening mammograms and breast care education to women.
The Class AAA No. 6-ranked Logan High School girls' basketball team won the 3A Region 4 Section 2 championship with a 51-43 victory over Huntington St. Joe on Friday, April 16, 2021 at Logan. The Lady Cats (10-3) host Winfield (7-10) on Tuesday in the Region 4 co-final.
The Class AAA No. 6-ranked Logan High School girls' basketball team defeated No. 9 Lincoln County, 47-38, on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 in the sectional semifinals. Logan (9-3) is slated to host No. 3 Huntington St. Joe (11-2) on Friday in the sectional championship game.
The Chapmanville Regional High School girls' basketball team defeated Liberty-Raleigh, 57-9, in the Class AA sectional tourney opener on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 at Chapmanville. The Lady Tigers are scheduled to play at Mingo Central on Friday, April 16 in the sectional final.
CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Legislature passed a bill on the last day of the regular legislative session Saturday designed to help the coal industry while rejecting an amendment designed to help communities devastated by the industry’s decline.
HOLDEN — A symbolic “Donate Life” flag-raising ceremony in honor of National Donate Life Month, which is observed every April, was held at the Logan Regional Medical Center Life Services Center building at Holden Road late Tuesday morning.
LOGAN — While the City of Logan’s Easter gathering was delayed by a week, it still attracted an energetic crowd to the former Sayer Building lot downtown on Wednesday, April 7.
CHAPMANVILLE — A man and woman are accused by Chapmanville Police of driving under the influence and being in possession of a mix of heroin and fentanyl while a child was in the backseat of their vehicle.
BECKLEY — Camp Hope — for bereaved children ages 7-17 who are coping with the loss of a significant person — will be offered from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday, June 15-17, at the Glade Springs Resort Pavilion in Daniels, West Virginia.
CHAPMANVILLE — Police in Chapmanville arrested a man and woman after a possible overdose at the Best Western hotel near Chapmanville led to the discovery of fentanyl and other substances.
MOUNT GAY — A woman from the Breeden area of Mingo County is accused of trying to bite a West Virginia state trooper’s arm after she was arrested on charges of disorderly conduct and trespassing at the Kroger grocery store at Mount Gay.
LOGAN — A man from Utah was once again arrested in Logan recently and charged with attempting to break into vehicles at Logan Regional Medical Center.
LOGAN — The square of the West Virginia State Building in downtown Logan was filled with local residents Friday evening for a drug addiction and awareness event centered on religion.
LOGAN — Several family members and friends of Teddy Nelson gathered on Midelburg Island near Logan High School Sunday afternoon to celebrate his life, one year after his untimely death from complications of the coronavirus.
CHAPMANVILLE — More than a dozen volunteers spent part of their Saturday morning and afternoon picking up trash around the town of Chapmanville during the town’s annual spring cleanup day.
CHARLESTON — The enthusiasm West Virginia state lawmakers had for this year’s broadband bill on Day 1 of the 2021 legislative session had turned into strife with industry lobbyists Saturday, the last day of the session.
The Class AAA No. 6-ranked Logan Wildcats improved to 11-4 on the season with a 60-53 win over Mingo Central on Wednesday, April 7, 2021 at Logan's Willie Akers Arena on Senior Night.
The Chapmanville Regional High School girls' basketball team picked up win No. 2 on the season with a 60-44 victory over rival Scott on Tuesday, April 6, 2021 at Chapmanville's Danny Godby Gymnasium.
LOGAN — During the Logan County Commission’s regular meeting Monday, commissioner Diana Barnette proposed hiring someone to separate the positions for economic development authority director and county administrator.
LOGAN — Art students at Logan High School have been busy creating a large mosaic of ceramic tiles, each containing something different for each student who painted it.
The Buffalo Creek Watershed Association’s 17th annual Memorial Fish Day was held Monday morning at the Justin McCoy Park, which is located in the Buffalo Creek community of Latrobe. The day opened with the dispensing of 1,500 pounds of trout from state fish hatcheries, and nearly 100 childre…
On Thursday, April 1, social workers from several agencies participated in raising this flag in front of the West Virginia State Building in downtown Logan to observe April as Child Abuse Prevention Month.
LOGAN — Logan County Health Department Administrator Steve Browning is hopeful that the county’s COVID-19 numbers continue to dwindle as more and more citizens become vaccinated.
LOGAN — The Logan County Commission and Logan County Board of Education both recently approved memorandum-of-understanding (MOU) documents with each other to renew the grant that provides Prevention Resource Officers in the county’s three high schools.