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DEAR JILL: I have a question about electronic coupons in my store’s shopping app. The way I usually utilize these is to look at the app on the day that the new ad comes out so I can see if any coupons look good with the sales.

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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.

GLENVILLE, W.Va. — Glenville State College student Keaira Hager of Madison has been awarded the Mary J. Griffith Scholarship from the GSC Foundation for the 2021-2022 academic school year. She is the daughter of Irene Houser and is majoring in behavioral science.

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CHARLESTON — Principals, counselors and staff from 16 high schools across the state are being recognized for their schools’ efforts to inform students of higher education opportunities after graduation. The “Champion of College Access and Success” recognition awards are annually presented by…

The Scott High School 2021 homecoming court includes: Front row: Selina Lin, Jalynn Browning, Baylee Dunlap, Anna Burns, Dylan Grant. Back row: Garrett VanGundy, Cody Nantz, Halee White, Landon Stone, Cooper Martin.

On Aug. 10, President Joe Biden nominated then Boone and Lincoln County Circuit Judge William Thompson (pictured) to be the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia.

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CHARLESTON — Tsubasacon, West Virginia’s largest convention dedicated to anime, comics, gaming and pop culture, will return to the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center from Friday-Sunday, Oct. 8-10. The annual event features shopping, gaming, discussion panels, live music and an annua…

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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 — Boone County Schools will post multiple roofing/painting projects out for bid in the upcoming weeks, including projects at Sherman High, Brookview Elementary School and Van Jr./Sr. High School, followed shortly by a roofing project at the Scott High football field house.

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NAOMA — Whitesville area pastor Zack Pandelios and his church, Horsecreek Freewill Baptist, will host an event this month featuring southern gospel staples The Kingsmen Quartet with special guests Jay Humphreys Trio.

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MADISON — A balloon presentation decorated Main Street in Madison with blue balloons as representatives from Boone Memorial Hospital and its recovery program, Brighter Futures, gathered at noon on Monday, Sept. 27.

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MINGO COUNTY — “I think that returning to some kind of normalcy in my life was what I needed the most,” said lifelong Chattaroy resident Janee Scott after her breast cancer diagnosis in 2012. “For quite a while, my life was flipped upside down.”

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HUNTINGTON — The five final candidates to be the 38th president of Marshall University are all accomplished leaders, but one on the list stands out for his lack of higher education experience: Brad Smith.