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n An ASEP coaching class will be held on Sept. 15 at Huntington High School for those interested in coaching a secondary school sport. Register at wvssac.org.
GREENVIEW - A man was charged with armed robbery and persons prohibited from possessing firearms in an incident that occurred on Aug. 22 in the Greenview area of Boone County.
MADISON - The Boone County Commission heard from elected officials on Tuesday regarding a 20 percent cut that each office was ordered to execute in the wake of a $2.5 million budget shortcoming.
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LOGAN - The Aracoma Story, Inc., will hold auditions soon for a full stage production of "Elf the Musical" set to debut just in time for the upcoming holiday season.
MADISON - Class A St. Marys used a balanced offense and a stinging defensive effort to pull away from Class AA Scott in Madison, 34-7 on Friday night.
MADISON - Scott High's Lady Skyhawks volleyball squad has seen many new additions in 2019, including seven freshmen on the roster of 20.
NAUGATUCK - Hady Ford earned his first win as head coach of the Tug Valley Panthers as his team disposed of the Class A rival Sherman Tide 32-12 at Bob Brewer Field on Friday night.
My book group selected "Isaac's Storm" by Erik Larson, prompting me to read a book I might never have chosen. It describes the events leading up to and through the devastating hurricane that struck Galveston, Texas, in 1900, which killed more than 5,000 people.
I am trying to locate an old Army buddy from my basic training at Ft. Jackson, South Carolina, in 1958. His name is Allen Hughes and he lived in Holden prior to his service.
According to some of the "old-timers" around Logan, like former Logan City policeman and current Logan County Court part-time court martial Tom Fink, the town of Logan once had at least 10 bars, clubs or pool halls that sold alcoholic beverages. The beer joints or beer gardens, as they were often referred to, could legally only sale beer, but nearly every community within Logan County had a "watering hole" at some point in their local history. Private clubs, of course, were allowed to dispense liquors and wines.