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MOUNT GAY — Southern West Virginia Community & Technical College is ready to take applications for a new 16-month, accelerated nontraditional nursing program.

CHARLESTON — Two men were sentenced to prison recently for aiding and abetting the destruction of an energy facility, a mine located across Boone and Lincoln counties, according to information from U.S. Attorney Will Thompson’s office.

HUNTINGTON — The Movable Project, a grassroots digital archive of recovery stories housed at Marshall University, recently announced the winners of the 2022 Recovery Writing Contest in a partnership with the New Ohio Review, a national literary magazine.

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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 — A team of investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board began the work Thursday of determining what caused a Vietnam War helicopter carrying six people on an excursion flight from Logan County Airport to crash Wednesday, killing all aboard.

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ASHFORD — An investigation by the Boone County Sheriff’s Office led to the recovery of over $7,000 in electronic devices that police say were stolen from Ashford-Rumble Elementary School on June 10.

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LOGAN, W.Va. — A team of investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board began the work Thursday of determining what caused a Vietnam War helicopter carrying six people on an excursion flight from Logan County Airport to crash Wednesday, killing all aboard.

CHARLESTON — Jarred Cannon of Hurricane, West Virginia, was sworn in to the West Virginia House of Delegates on Wednesday to complete the unexpired term of former Delegate Joe Jeffries, R-Putnam, according to a news release. He was appointed to the seat by Gov. Jim Justice.

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and Department of Health and Human Resources officials announced Wednesday that the state received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to issue Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to eligible non-students or children …

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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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RUMBLE — A South Charleston man was arrested and charged on June 6 after, police say, he was in possession of a vehicle that was reported stolen in Charleston.

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HUNTINGTON — The West Virginia Folklife Program helps fund both master craftsmen and up-and-coming artisans to continue developing certain cultural skills. Many practice traditional music, art, dance or storytelling, and the program gives both the master and apprentice funds to go in-depth f…

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MADISON — Boone County Sheriff Chad Barker approached Boone County Commissioners during a regular session May 31 to make a case for an increased pay structure for his deputies.

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MADISON — The Boone County Sheriff’s Office shared their numbers for the month of May with the Boone County Commission during their regular session June 7.

Great things are happening in our regional parks. On June 4, the Forks of Coal will be having their grand opening at the Forks from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. This will feature educational facility tours, snakes alive, guided hikes, wildlife ID, bird ID, laser shot trailer, fish ID and two raptor …

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Boone County Commissioners recognized Madison Middle School eighth-grader Gabriella Walls, who received an honorable mention certificate and a $50 check for her entry into the County Commission Association of West Virginia essay contest. The contest theme was “How does my county commission m…

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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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CHARLESTON — Few students so far have enrolled in West Virginia’s new online charter schools for the fall, though charter officials say they expect the numbers to significantly increase next month.