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LOGAN — Current active cases of the coronavirus (COVID-19) in Logan County remain above the 300 mark this week, with 311 recorded as of Monday evening.

MOUNT GAY — After years of working and attending beauty school together, Beth Workman and Chelsey Crum had a dream of starting their own business.

LOGAN — The Logan County Commission recently voted to participate in WV Checkbook, an online tool through the West Virginia State Auditor’s Office that aims to provide better transparency to the public regarding the county’s finances and spending.

CHAPMANVILLE — The Town of Chapmanville is now the third municipality in Logan County to be accepted into West Virginia’s Municipal Home Rule Program.

GLENVILLE, W.Va. — The names of Logan County students who attained the Glenville State College president’s and provost’s honor rolls for the Fall 2020 semester have been announced.

Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College has released its dean’s list for the 2020 fall semester. To make the dean’s list, students must have a 3.25 or above grade point average for a minimum of 12 hours. A total of 412 students made the dean’s list for this semester.

LOGAN — Forty-three felony indictments were returned in Logan County Circuit Court by the grand jury on Jan. 14, 2021. The list was released by Logan County Prosecuting Attorney David Wandling.

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CHARLESTON — In his second inaugural address Friday, Gov. Jim Justice declared that “West Virginia is really on the move,” even as the state and the world confront a historic pandemic.

WILLIAMSON — Former West Virginia Senator Truman Chafin was joined by his wife, Tish, as he was sworn in as the new potentate for the Beni Kedem Shrine Club by former potentate and former Williamson Mayor Sam Kapouralas on Monday, Jan. 11, in front of the Coal House in downtown Williamson.

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.

LOGAN — James “J.B.” Frye, a retiring member of the West Virginia State Police, has been selected to serve as the City of Logan’s next police chief.

LOGAN — During their regular monthly meeting Jan. 12, the Logan City Council approved the payment of several items that have been or will be purchased by reimbursement funding through the federal CARES Act.

MOUNT GAY — Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College is seeking applicants for AmeriCorps College Ambassadors who will work to inform and support students and help spread the word that West Virginia offers free community college.

CHARLESTON — The West Virginia House of Delegates opened up with a bang of the gavel so big that the head of the gavel broke away from its handle in House Clerk Steve Harrison’s hand, thus convening the 85th West Virginia Legislature on Wednesday afternoon.

MOUNT GAY — Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College has extended their hours to help register students for the upcoming Spring 2021 semester, which begins Tuesday, Jan. 19.

CABOT, Ark. — When a New York Times bestselling author approached her about using one of her photos on the cover of a book, Chapmanville native Kylie Farmer, who works full-time as a photographer in Arkansas, was shocked and flattered.

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.

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LOGAN — Active cases of the COVID-19 coronavirus have soared in Logan County over the past week, hovering consistently over 300 each day since Wednesday, Jan. 6.