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Hanging of the green
By December 23, 2013 Read More →

Hanging of the green

  The Herald-Dispatch posts many photo galleries of community events on its website. This is a recent example. HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Greg Morris holds 8-month-old Cordelia Morris as she inspects the decorations set up at St. John’s Episcopal Church during the greening of the church on Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013, in Huntington. Click here for […]

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Santa choppers in for parade
By December 22, 2013 Read More →

Santa choppers in for parade

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In this photo from the Sunday Gazette -Mail, Santa Claus waves to a crowd gathered at Oakes Field before the start of the South Charleston Christmas Parade on Saturday. This is the 10th year that Santa Claus arrived via HealthNet helicopter. South Charleston Mayor Frank Mullens presented the helicopter crew with a […]

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An ugly result of so much rain
By December 18, 2013 Read More →

An ugly result of so much rain

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In this Charleston Gazette photo, a steady stream of woody debris, plastic jugs, tires and discarded household items flows down the Kanawha River past downtown Charleston on Tuesday afternoon. Rain-swollen creeks and streams flowing into the Kanawha upstream of the Marmet Locks and Dam are believed to be the source of the […]

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Mid-year graduation at Marshall
By December 16, 2013 Read More →

Mid-year graduation at Marshall

From the Herald-Dispatch Jerrod Lee Stout, right, is congratulated by Marshall University president, Stephen Kopp during Marshall’s 2013 Winter Commencement on Sunday, Dec. 15, 2013, at the Cam Henderson Center in Huntington. Click here for more photos.

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Who doesn’t love a parade?
By December 10, 2013 Read More →

Who doesn’t love a parade?

Christmas parades are taking place across the state. There were smiles all around as the Huntington version moved through downtown on Monday, Dec. 9, 2013.

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A first draft of history from a W.Va. basement
By December 7, 2013 Read More →

A first draft of history from a W.Va. basement

Charleston Gazette reporter Lori Kersey posted this picture on Twitter, saying, “Today someone brought in this @wvgazette from Dec. 8, 1941, the day after Pearl Harbor was attacked.” Ever wonder how many saved editions are tucked away in basements across the land? Journalists should sometimes remind themselves of the lasting value of their efforts.

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A rout in Morgantown
By December 3, 2013 Read More →

A rout in Morgantown

Dominion Post photographer Chelsi Baker chronicled West Virginia University’s 96-47 win over Loyola Monday night at the Coliseum in Morgantown. In this photo Remi Dibo (0) plays defense. For the Dominion Post’s e-edition, click here.

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Herald-Dispatch chronicles a holiday tour
By December 2, 2013 Read More →

Herald-Dispatch chronicles a holiday tour

Photographer Sholten Singer of the Herald-Dispatch in Huntington offers a gallery of photos from  the 7th Annual Holiday Candlelight House Tour on Sunday, Dec. 1.. Click here for more. 

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Harrison County museum has Christmas spirit
By December 1, 2013 Read More →

Harrison County museum has Christmas spirit

From the Exponent-Telegram of Clarksburg Far removed from Black Fridays and Cyber Mondays, the Spirit of Christmas in the Mountains celebration at Fort New Salem provides a glimpse of how the holiday season was celebrated on the Frontier. Click here for a photo gallery.      

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Church and state in W.Va.’s capital
By November 26, 2013 Read More →

Church and state in W.Va.’s capital

This photo by the Charleston Daily Mail’s Tom Hindman captures one of the most commonly photographed views in the capital city. It is known colloquially as “Church and State.” The buildings pictured are, from left, Charleston Baptist Temple, the Basilica of the Co-Cathedral of the Sacred Heart, the West Virginia Capitol, Kanawha United Presbyterian Church […]

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