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DEAR JILL: I read your recent columns on preparedness with interest. Unlike what I suspect are most of your regular readers, I am not a coupon user. Between the coronavirus lockdowns and the winter freeze and disasters, I now realize that, moving forward, I must be far more prepared than I was.

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RIDGEVIEW — A pair of Boone County Sheriff’s deputies potentially stopped the theft of a UTV from a home in Ridgeview, according to a criminal complaint prepared by Boone County Sheriff’s Deputy B.N. Mullins on March 24.

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Editor’s note: The CVN is partnering with Scott High School student-teacher Terry Bartley’s journalism class to print some student work. Look for more stories in the pages of CVN through the end of the school year

Madison Mayor Buddy Hudson (left) swears in new councilman Arch Griffith on April 5, 2021. Griffith replaces the retired Artie Barker in the seat. By day, Griffith serves as the deputy director for the Boone County Emergency Management Agency under Director Michael Mayhorn.

HUNTINGTON — Following a year where there were none, there could be a few local schools that hold prom in 2021, but they’ll have to do so while following state-issued guidance that encourages forward-facing line dances and games or other social distancing alternatives.

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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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Boone County Sheriff’s Office Chief Deputy Mark Abbott was on duty for the Scott and Sherman girls basketball game at Seth on March 29.

NOTE: The Coal Valley News encourages citizens to confirm meeting and event dates throughout the county before traveling.

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Editor’s note: The CVN is partnering with Scott High School student-teacher Terry Bartley’s journalism class to print some student work. Look for more stories in the pages of CVN through the end of the school year.

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Editor’s note: The CVN is partnering with Scott High School student-teacher Terry Bartley’s journalism class to print some student work. Look for more stories in the pages of CVN through the end of the school year.

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WHITESVILLE — After taking a pandemic-induced hiatus last year, the Big Coal River Trout Rodeo Tournament — hosted by the Upper Big Branch Mining Memorial Group — will once again bring anglers to the Coal Heritage Riverwalk Park in Whitesville.