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Photos provided by the West Virginia Press Association and member newspapers. They are available for use in print and online by WVPA member newspapers.

Around the Rotunda: Tourism Day fills Capitol Rotunda with activities

CHARLESTON, W.Va. Tourism Day at the West Virginia Legislature, March 20,  brought tourism industry representatives from across West Virginia to the State Capitol Rotunda.  WV Press Association Photographer Dalton Walker offers photographs of the event.          

2017 WVSSAC Boys Basketball State Tournament Photos

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Press Association will provide member newspapers with photos from the West Virginia Boys High School Basketball Tournament. Clarksburg Notre Dame wins Class A Championship, 63-55 Ravenswood vs. Clarksburg Notre Dame The Ravenwood Red Devils finished runner-up in the 2017 W.Va. Class A Boys Basketball Championship at the Civic Center[Read More…]

Young and old gather at WV History Day

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Hundreds of people with interests in history and geneaology gathered at the state Capitol on Thursday for the annual West Virginia History Day. In addition to the exhibits scattered around the Capitol, a ceremony on Thursday morning honored “History Heroes” who have made significant contributions to the preservation[Read More…]

WVSSAC Girls Basketball Photos

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia Press Association will provide member newspapers with photos from the West Virginia Girls High School Basketball Tournament. Huntington St. Joseph vs. Summers County Huntington High vs. South Charleston         Wheeling Park vs. Buckhannon Upshur   Lincoln vs. Winfield   Bluefield vs. Winfield  [Read More…]

24 Hours in Marion County January 2017

Reporters, photographers and editors of the Times West Virginian spent a full 24 hours, from 6 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 26, to 5:59 p.m. Friday, Jan. 27, snapping pictures of the people, places and events in Marion County. See more than 90 images of just some of the things they encountered during the 24-hour period.[Read More…]

Setting up for Auto Show

As renovations continue at the Charleston Civic Center, an Audi vehicle is lifted up to a second floor entrance Wednesday in preparation for the West Virginia International Auto Show. Crews started working around 9 a.m. on Wednesday to crane more than 75 cars to the second floor. The auto show[Read More…]

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