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Charleston’s natural gas station up and running

By Jared Hunt Charleston Daily Mail CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Charleston’s new natural gas fueling station had a low-key opening last month and is now providing 24-7 access to fill up vehicles that run on compressed natural gas. “We are fully functional,” said IGS Energy CNG Services General Manager T.J. Meadows.[Read More…]

Menorah lit outside WVU’s Mountainlair

By Daniel Schatz Daily Athenaeum MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The Mountaineer Jewish community came together Tuesday evening to celebrate Hanukkah, or the festival of lights. Outside the Mountainlair, people celebrated the Jewish holiday by lighting a 10-foot-tall menorah, singing songs and eating latkes and different kinds of doughnuts. On Hanukkah, the[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.

Woman drives eight hours to rescue W.Va. dogs

By Anne Elgin Bluefield Daily Telegraph WAR, W.Va.  — The barking from multiple dogs could be heard up and down Warrior Mine Road as a dog rescuer from Indiana worked to save the canines. Jeannie Renninger of Whitley County, Ind., drove eight hours on Sunday to reach McDowell County after[Read More…]

University celebrates Eastern Panhandle investments

By Erika Elaine Wells The Jounal of Martinsburg CHARLES TOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia officials joined the American Public University System on Monday for a groundbreaking ceremony to celebrate more than $100 million of revitalization in Charles Town and Ranson. Charles Town Mayor Peggy Smith, Ranson Mayor David Hamill, and[Read More…]

Marshall’s indoor athletic center takes shape

By John Gibb Charleston Daily Mail HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — The city skyline is changing as a new state-of-the-art facility is being constructed on the campus of Marshall University. The final truss was being installed on a new indoor athletic facility late last month with construction directly behind Joan C. Edwards[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. 

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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