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LOGAN — Straight Cash Cuts, a barber shop located at 116 Nick Savas Drive at the Fountain Place Mall in Logan, celebrated its two-year anniversary in business on June 4, 2020. Pictured is owner John Walls — wearing a mask — delivering a "straight cash cut."

GLENVILLE, W.Va. — The Glenville State College Department of Business has announced its annual list of Distinguished Business Students for 2020. Students are recognized based on multiple criteria including academic achievement, class rank, campus involvement, and leadership in department cla…

LEWISBURG, W.Va. — Dylan Saunders, D.O., graduated from the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) with a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree on May 30

LOGAN --  Jeanette Sexton has been named of chief nursing officer (CNO) at Logan Regional Medical Center, according to a news release. Sexton was recently promoted to the new leadership position after serving as director of Women’s Services and Pediatrics at LRMC since April of last year.

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.

CHARLESTON — A representative from the office of Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will meet with southern West Virginia residents in July to discuss consumer-related issues and answer questions.

By early next week, more than 230,000 West Virginia students will receive $313 each in federal aid to account for meals they would have received, had school remained in session during spring.

GLENVILLE, W.Va — Two Logan County students have received their degrees from Glenville State College as part of the College’s May Commencement.

MOUNT GAY, W.Va. — Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College is announcing the dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester. Southern students carrying a minimum of 12 credit hours and earning a grade point average (GPA) of 3.25 or higher are eligible to be placed on the dean’s list.

LOGAN — The Logan County Health Department recently confirmed two active positive cases of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), bringing the county’s cumulative total number of cases to 23.

LOGAN — One of the first events of its kind to be held this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the West Virginia Freedom Festival in downtown Logan officially opens for its four-day run this year on Wednesday, July 1.

One month after originally being postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the three Logan County high schools finally held the socially distanced version of their graduation commencement ceremonies over the weekend.

Logan High School held its 106th commencement ceremony for the graduating Class of 2020 on Friday, June 26, 2020. For perhaps the first time ever in school history, the ceremony was held outside on the Willis-Nisbet Football Stadium in order to comply with guidelines pertaining to the COVID-…

Man High School held its commencement ceremony for the graduating Class of 2020 on Thursday, June 25, 2020. The ceremony was held outside on the George A. Queen Memorial Stadium in order to comply with guidelines pertaining to the COVID-19 pandemic.

HUNTINGTON — Nearly every summer, Brian Jones and his family take a summer vacation trip to Myrtle Beach around the Fourth of July holiday, but not this year.

The Dodgers and the Yankees played to a 7-7 tie on Thursday, June 25, 2020 in Logan Little League Minor Division action from Logan's Paul Hale Field. The Cubs beat the Reds 10-8 in Thursday's nightcap. On Friday, the Cubs are scheduled to play the Mariners at 5:30 p.m. with the Astros taking…

The Cubs defeated the Reds 7-5 on Monday, June 22 in the Logan Little League opener. Logan is the only Little League in the county and in the entire District 2 to be having a regular season this summer. The league will play an abbreviated season until July 24. There will be no all-star tourn…

LOGAN — Logan County Charitable and Educational Foundation (LCCEF) recently awarded grants to two programs in Logan County that provide needed equipment to a group who provides food to area residents and a device for vision screenings for area children.

LOGAN — When “The Straight Outta Quarantine” Block Party kicks off the West Virginia Freedom Festival on Wednesday, July 1, in downtown Logan, it will mark the 21st block party hosted in Logan by DJ Bill France for the festival.

MOUNT GAY, W.Va. — Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College is rescheduling its popular S-CON Gaming and Pop Culture Convention this summer, due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions, and in the interest of public safety. The convention is now scheduled for Saturday, July 17, 2021.

CHAPMANVILLE — The Town of Chapmanville has decided to cancel its annual Fourth of July fireworks display this year, and organizers of the Apple Butter Festival in September are mulling their options on how and whether the festival should be held.

CHAPMANVILLE — The Chapmanville Town Council once again mulled possible annexation in a discussion regarding town growth during its most recent regularly scheduled meeting on Tuesday, June 16.

LOGAN — The boulevard bridge project in Logan came one step closer to completion on Thursday, June 18, after two new lanes of the bridge finally opened to the public.

LOGAN — Logan High School’s 2020 valedictorian has made an impact on his local community during his school years; soon, he will make an impact on his country, as he has accepted an appointment to the U.S. Naval Academy and will be reporting to Annapolis in the near future.

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CHAPMANVILLE — Four months after the death of Raamie Barker, the Chapmanville Town Council appointed Joel McNeely to fill the remainder of his unexpired term during a meeting that became contentious at times on Tuesday, June 16.

BLAIR — A 65-year-old Hewett man is behind bars after being arrested for suspected drug trafficking in the Blair/Sharples area of Logan County, according to a release from the Logan County Sheriff’s Office.

LOGAN — The cost of demolishing the old Earling Grade School is estimated at $95,000, according to a May 6 letter from Charleston-based real estate agency Goldman Associates, Inc., to Logan County Housing Authority President Roger Ramey.

LOGAN — The Loganwood senior/veterans living home planned to be built along Hudgins Street in Logan will not include an age restriction on veterans depending on their disability, officials with the project announced on June 10.

LOGAN — Logan fire chief Scott Beckett says he would like to see the city implement a zoning ordinance to aid in the town’s growth and keeping it cleaner.

LOGAN — “Love over hate” was the theme on Stratton Street in downtown Logan on Friday as local leaders celebrated a new community mural project painted by local artists.