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SPRUCE RIVER — A man was captured after he allegedly fled a deputy and crashed his truck on Meadow Fork Road in the Spruce River area of Boone County on June 22.

MADISON — A Madison man was charged on July 4 in relation to the shooting death of another man on Workman’s Branch Road, according to investigators.

LONG BRANCH — An escaped felon was captured by the Boone County Sheriff’s Office in Long Branch on June 28 at approximately 7:50 p.m. after a multi-agency manhunt was in motion in Danville and the surrounding areas.

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.

JEFFREY — A woman was arrested after Boone County 911 dispatchers alerted law enforcement of an active break-in in progress.

Friday, July 3, marked the third day of the West Virginia Freedom Festival. Logan Mayor Serafino Noletti invited West Virginia Del. Rodney Miller to represent the Boone County towns of Madison and Danville who issued proclamations in support of miners, coal mining and mining industries. "I’m…

The medical professionals are counted among the increasing number of COVID-19 cases in Cabell County. The Cabell-Huntington Health Department reported several causes for the spike, including large and small gatherings.

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey sent a letter to all West Virginia sheriffs advising them of a new state law that provides free concealed handgun licenses to many military veterans and changes the rate structure for other applicants.

BOONE COUNTY — The Robert C. Byrd Institute’s Early Stage Funding Opportunities (ESFO) initiative delivers technical, manufacturing and rapid prototyping assistance to entrepreneurs and businesses across West Virginia, helping them bring new products to market quickly and efficiently.

JULIAN — In an attempt to give back to the community during a time when there aren’t many things that families can do publicly because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Boone County Parks and Recreation Department looks to hold “Movie Nights” at both Racine Park and Waterways with hopes of takin…

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

BOB WHITE — A Bob White woman was arrested and charged with kidnapping after an incident on June 13, according to a criminal complaint filed in Boone County Magistrate Court.

COMFORT — An Ashford woman was charged in relation to two separate burglary attempts on the same night.

OTTAWA — At least two law enforcement officers and a man were injured after a scuffle ensued when the transport of a suspect turned violent.

BULL CREEK — A traffic stop by the Boone County Sheriff’s Office led to charges against two Danville residents on June 18.

MADISON — The Jared Box project was started in 2001 by the children at Our Lady of Victory School in State College, Pennsylvania, to honor their classmate and friend, Jared. He was a brave little boy who battled cancer with courage and faith.

CHARLESTON — Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced a representative from his office will meet with southern West Virginia residents in July to discuss consumer-related issues and answer any potential questions.

Cubs Pitcher Hunter Woodrum, a Madison Middle School student, fires a pitch in a recent game in a Logan Little League game. Logan, the only Little League in District 2 that will be fielding any kind of regular season, has 50 games scheduled in its abbreviated regular season which will run un…

SETH — The Sherman High School baseball facility looks to lay down a new turf infield that will be seamed together with the previously carpeted pitching mound, thanks to the generous contributions of 37 different businesses.

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 — Nearly every summer, Brian Jones and his family take a summer vacation trip to Myrtle Beach around the Fourth of July holiday, but not this year.

HUNTINGTON — The Marshall University Board of Governors on Thursday approved a fiscal year 2021 budget with the intent of amending the budget in the fall.

LONG BRANCH – An escaped murder suspect was captured by the Boone County Sheriff’s Office in Long Branch on July 28 at approximately 7:50 p.m. after a multi-agency manhunt was in motion in Danville and the surrounding areas that afternoon.

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey celebrated what he is calling a major victory last week as the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a lower court’s ruling that had blocked construction on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline.

CHARLESTON — One week after Gov. Jim Justice stated that the State Fair of West Virginia would proceed as originally scheduled, the fair was canceled after a meeting of the board that plans the event.

The Country Front Porch had a ribbon cutting and grand opening in Town Square in Danville last week. Owner Donna Elkins is joined by Boone County Commissioners Brett Kuhn, Craig Bratcher, Pastor Jim Butcher with Madison Baptist Church and West Virginia Del. Rodney Miller.

MOUNT GAY, W.Va. — Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College is announcing the dean’s list for the spring 2020 semester.

MADISON — The Scott High School boys soccer team led by Head Coach Zach Boyd is working through its sanctioned conditioning period at its facility.

WHITESVILLE — The town of Whitesville hopes to adopt an ATV ordinance after hosting a first reading during its regular June session.