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Upholding your pastor
A day after gay marriage becomes legal in W.Va., Putnam judge officiates his last wedding
Smooth Ambler Spirits expands reach


Ivor’s Trunk positions itself for future
At 65, Ivor Sheff, owner of the downtown Charleston niche boutique Ivor’s Trunk, is ready...
Putnam’s first Aldi opens Dec. 4
Proposed shopping center on Corridor G held up by traffic concerns
Community notes: Nov. 19-25, 2014


Sunday cartoon
Charles McElwee: A tribute to Sen. Jay Rockefeller
Jon Matthews: W.Va. should get a piece of this Hillbilly chic trend
James A. Haught: The stuff that dreams is made of


Charleston Catholic’s Trupo state soccer player of year
When Charleston Catholic needed Joey Trupo the most, the junior forward answered the...
MU’s dream season still alive after narrow win over UAB
Baseball bug never bit WVU’s Browne in native Puerto Rico
Doug Smock: ‘Old Gray Lady’ not enough to stop Herd


PR society gives Arnold lifetime achievement award
The West Virginia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America presented its lifetime...
Branson: A home away from home for the holidays
WV Design Team: Game plan for Christmas decor
Family hopes to learn fate of WWII soldier


Fairmont guitarist finds his audience in the Ozarks
BRANSON, Mo. — Fairmont native Matt Hanshaw learned to...
WV Book Team: Picture books aren’t just for kids
Photo synthesis: Exhibits of famed photographers
Talented teens sought to create new FlipSide logo


Scott Shalaway: Do we really need deer farms?
When hunters see a deer, they envision a big buck. Non-hunters are more likely to imagine a...
Size of W.Va.’s buck harvest largely hinges on weather
John McCoy: Buck season safer now, but still demands caution
Fancy flies earn honors for area vets


Mrs. Betty Hughes
Mrs. Betty Yates Hughes, 84, of Frankford, died Sat., Nov. 22, 2014. Service will be 2 p.m.
Frank Guthrie
Robert and Frances Hudnall
Minnie Taylor