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MADISON – Former Delegate Rodney Miller-D said that he is proud of his four years served as a West Virginia Delegate serving District 23 and that his political career isn’t over.

LOGAN, W.Va. — Logan native and resident Keith White has been selected to serve as governor of the West Virginia State Kiwanis Club, the organization’s highest rank, for the 2021-22 term beginning Oct. 1.

CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — Two West Virginia school bus drivers who were suspended by their county schools superintendent for attending a rally for President Donald Trump in the nation’s capital have been cleared of wrongdoing following hearings, an attorney said Wednesday.

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.

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Through a partnership with Marshall Orthopaedics, Boone Memorial Hospital is now offering orthopaedic care at its main campus, located in Madison, West Virginia.

SETH — A Seth woman was arrested and charged after police say she entered a home in Racine and left with a box of Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal.

ASHFORD — An Ashford-area man was arrested and charged after law enforcement said he delivered methamphetamine to a 14-year-old.

FOSTER — The Boone County Board of Education voted during a special session on Jan. 14 to adopt a blended-learning model, initiated in three phases, to get the county’s students back into the classrooms.

Thanks to a grant provided by West Virginia Records Preservation, the Boone County Clerk’s Office is equipped with a 60-inch scanner/printer that will assist with digitizing delicate paper maps of Boone County, facilitating easier public and professional access to the documents. Clerk Roger …

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CHARLESTON — The Public Service Commission of West Virginia (PSC) on Friday entered orders in the Frontier bankruptcy case and the quality of service-focused management audit.

CHARLESTON — Despite being “told point blank” that West Virginia would receive 60,000 COVID-19 doses this week, Gov. Jim Justice said at his Friday news briefing that now he isn’t sure how many the state will receive.

CHARLESTON — The West Virginia House of Delegates opened up with a bang of the gavel so big that the head of the gavel broke away from its handle in House Clerk Steve Harrison’s hand, thus convening the 85th West Virginia Legislature on Wednesday afternoon.

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and the West Virginia Housing Development Fund have announced the creation of a new program that will help renters and landlords impacted by COVID-19.

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FOSTER – The Boone County Board of Education held a special session on Jan. 14 where they voted to put a plan into play that would see the county adopt a blended model initiated in three phases.

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CHARLESTON — If there’s no boom, then there can be no bust and that’s just fine with those who shepherd West Virginia’s housing market. Because that still doesn’t mean the state can’t have a robust housing business.

Morrisvale Volunteer Fire Department firefighter Mike Slocum passed away on Dec. 30, 2020. His services were held at Scott High on Saturday where he was honored for his service to the community.

Rose Mary Shirkey Miller passed away Jan. 3, 2021, at 104 years old. The Madison resident shared her story with the CVN in 2018 and it can be found by searching her name at coalvalleynews.com.

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WHITESVILLE — The Raleigh-Boone Public Service District Board of Directors has confirmed that action has been taken regarding an approximate $400,000 federal tax debt, including penalties and interest, that was accrued from 2015-2018.

Accompanied by his family, Boone County Sheriff Chad Barker was sworn in by Boone County Circuit Judge William Thompson last week.

MADISON — The City of Madison provided an update on the audit being conducted by the West Virginia State Auditor’s Office during its regular session on Jan. 4.

A sink hole on the road in the White Oak area of Boone County is slowly becoming impassible for school buses and is causing draining issues. Citizens have expressed their concerns to the state, according to one resident.

In the community of Julian just over the bank from the highway, you can find Big Earl’s Campground, a wonderful place to relax where, on most days, you can witness some of the best dune buggy off-road vehicles in the region. Most, but not all are there for the ATV trails, some of which are s…

HUNTINGTON — While many need to use emergency funding provided by the federal government last week to pay bills or get groceries, one Huntington man donated his federal stimulus check for the second time to help those who are hungry.

Due to an overwhelming number of phone calls since Gov. Jim Justice announced those 80 and older can get the vaccine, the Putnam County Health Department was forced to switch to using the internet to sign people up for the wait list.

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.