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AK Steel Announces the AK Steel Foundation's 2019 Sons and Daughters Scholarship Recipients  Nasdaq

WEST CHESTER, Ohio, June 10, 2019-- AK Steel announced today that the AK Steel Foundation has continued a longstanding tradition this year by.



Damron files suit against Wayne BOE | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WAYNE — A Wayne County Schools employee has filed a lawsuit against the Wayne County Board of Education on counts of age discrimination, defamation ...



One person killed in fire in Wayne County  Huntington Herald Dispatch

FORT GAY, W.Va. — One person was killed in a house fire in the Fort Gay area of Wayne County on Friday, according to the West Virginia State Fire Marshal's.



BOE plans to demolish old high school building  Huntington Herald Dispatch

BUFFALO — After several complaints of criminal and drug activity in the former Buffalo High School building, the Wayne County Board of Education has started ...



Tolsia High JROTC Raider Team triumphs at competitions  Huntington Herald Dispatch

FORT GAY - The Tolsia High School JROTC Raider Team took home several trophies at multiple competitions last year. At the Logan High School JROTC ...



Fort Gay resident choses 'Team Blake' on popular show  Huntington Herald Dispatch

FORT GAY — A local woman is one step closer to living her country dreams after securing a spot on Team Blake on "The Voice" by singing the swinging country.



Wayne County native selected for NBC show | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. - Following his personal belief that people have the potential to be the best they can be, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson offers ...



Brenda Lucas: Community News for Wednesday, April  Huntington Herald Dispatch

MOVIE: "God Bless the Broken Road" is shown at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Cabell County Public Library.SORROW: I don't know how it was missed, but I ...



Family-owned diner opens in Wayne | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WAYNE — After leaving the industry nearly a decade ago, Laura and Eddie Napier have reentered the restaurant game with their 'White House Diner' located ...



Smith commits to WV State volleyball | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

SPRING VALLEY — Spring Valley High School Senior volleyball star Brooke Smith made the announcement last week she would continue her volleyball career ...



High School Band Concession Stand Vandalized for Second Time in Weeks  WSAZ-TV

Some students at Tolsia High School spent extra time at school Tuesday, cleaning up after vandals targeted a band concession stand for the second time in ...



Wildcats win Tolsia Wooden Bat tourney  Point Pleasant Register

FORT GAY, W.Va. — A breakthrough weekend for the Wildcats.The Hannan baseball team rolled through the competition en route to the 2017 Tolsia Wooden.



Wayne BOE purchases new buses | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WAYNE — A fleet of more than 100 Wayne County school buses will soon have a few more in rotation after the Wayne County Board of Education approved the ...



Couple facing incest charges take plea deal | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WAYNE — A Wayne couple facing a combined 44 sexually related charges after allegedly engaging in sexual relations with an underage boy and girl over a ...



UPDATE: Prior Record for Driver Charged with Killing Little Girl; Further Charges Possible  WSAZ-TV

Deputies have charged Cornette with misdemeanor manslaughter -- negligent homicide in the death of 6-year-old Isol Colleen Newsome.



Rare golden rainbow trout attracts waves of anglers  Huntington Herald Dispatch

BARBOURSVILLE - Every so often, one of the prized golden rainbow trout would splash out of the water at Barboursville Park's Lake William.



PHOTOS: A trip through time on the Tolsia Highway  Charleston Gazette-Mail

When driving U.S. 52 between Williamson to Kenova, known as the Tolsia Highway, you can't help but feel that you're retracing the history of the West Virginia ...



Tolsia High School sponsors blood drive  Huntington Herald Dispatch

FORT GAY - The Tolsia High therapeutic services program partnered with the Red Cross to conduct a blood drive at Tolsia High School on Dec. 8.



BOE approves Wayne County school calendar | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WAYNE – The Wayne County Board of Education voted and approved a recommended calendar for the 2017-18 school year.



Work begins on US 60 near Ceredo, Kenova | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

CEREDO - Wayne County drivers should expect traffic delays as the West Virginia Department of Highways begins spring paving along U.S. 60 through Ceredo ...



Queen named new Wayne police chief | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WAYNE – Longtime local law enforcement officer Gary Queen was named the new police chief this past week.



UPDATE: Wayne County Murder Suspect Returns to Jail  WSAZ-TV

UPDATE 6/2/14 @ 11:40 a.m.. WAYNE COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A Fort Gay man charged with murdering his neighbor is back in jail after violating terms of his ...



Wayne mother desperate to find missing daughter | Wc  Huntington Herald Dispatch

WAYNE – Elizabeth Davidson was last seen on last week on April 13 when she said she was going down to the road to spend the night at a friend.



Library media specialist named teacher of year  Huntington Herald Dispatch

HUNTINGTON -- She has only been at the school for two years, but Kristi Gibbs has clearly made an impact on students and teachers at Vinson Middle School.



Alliance Coal Grants Scholarships to Employees' Children  PR Web

TULSA, Oklahoma (PRWEB) June 28, 2016 -- Alliance Resource Partners, L.P. (NASDAQ: ARLP) and Alliance Holdings GP, L.P. (NASDAQ: AHGP) this week ...



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