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SHERIFF RECOVERS STOLEN GOODS FROM STRING OF BREAK-INS AT BLAINE

Search warrant leads to the recovery of stolen goods from a recent string of vehicle break-ins in Blaine. The Lawrence County Sheriff’s office executed a search warrant at a residence in Blaine after obtaining information on the whereabouts of stolen goods linked to two break-ins from June of this year.
BLAINE, KY
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Opioid ruling boosts Big Oil defense in Hawaii climate case

A landmark federal court ruling that rejected efforts to force three opioid distributors to pay up for the addiction crisis is already being cited by oil and gas companies in at least one lawsuit from local governments seeking compensation for erosion, wildfires and other effects of a warming planet. In...
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Scheme which bilked Millions from people worldwide was operating in Huntington

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — A fraudulent scheme which took Millions of victims for hundreds of thousands of dollars was being operated out of Huntington. U.S. Attorney Will Thompson said so far, his office has been able to charge ten people tied to the fraudulent scheme. He said those in the group were very crafty in how they stalked victims.
HUNTINGTON, WV
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Rocco’s 45th Anniversary

The region’s beloved Italian restaurant reflects on its past while making big plans for the future. Forty-five years ago, Fleetwood Mac dominated the airwaves, Star Wars premiered in theaters and Rocco Muriale Sr. opened the doors to his small Italian restaurant in Ceredo, West Virginia, for the first time.
CEREDO, WV
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West Virginia 14-year-old fatally shoots domestic abuser

A 14-year-old is accused of fatally shooting an adult following an ongoing domestic incident, West Virginia State Police said. The shooting was reported Sunday afternoon at a residence near Fort Gay, police said in a statement. Officers arrived to find the adult dead on the porch of the home, police said.
FORT GAY, WV

14-year-old kills adult in West Virginia after domestic violence

West Virginia State Police say a 14-year-old child is accused of fatally shooting an adult following an ongoing domestic incident. Police said in a statement that the shooting was reported Sunday afternoon at a residence near Fort Gay and the adult was dead when officers arrived. Police told news outlets an investigation found the juvenile […]
FORT GAY, WV
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Willard seeks fire department support

Richard Dallaire has a plan for a volunteer fire department in Willard. It’s important for the community, he says. When they’ve experienced flooding in the past, he said, none of the other fire departments could get in to them. Likewise, during the ice storms, members of the American Legion came together to support the community – digging folks out, helping with rescues, and doing many of the things volunteer firefighters do in surrounding communities.
WILLARD, KY
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Huntington church holds backpack bash

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Free backpacks filled with school supplies and free books will be available to children of the community at Enslow Park Presbyterian Church on Friday, August 12th from 3 p.m.-5 p.m. on the side lawn. There will also be a ‘Noah’s Ark’ petting zoo, story time, food,...
HUNTINGTON, WV
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AS WE SEE IT: Heritage matters

One of the calls we frequently get here at the newspaper are related to archival copies of the previous papers to serve the communities we cover. While many of the bound volumes of the Grayson Journal, the Sandy Valley Enquirer, The Olive Hill Times, and other predecessor newspapers were salvaged and donated to the Highlands Museum in Ashland when CNHI closed the Journal-Times office in early 2020, a lot of those older volumes are simply lost to history.
ASHLAND, KY
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Heavy rain causes issues in parts of the region

HUNTINGTON/CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - Parts of our region are dealing with high water Wednesday evening after heavy rain and thunderstorms. Among problem areas were stretches of 3rd and 5th avenues in Huntington -- mainly around 24th Street and eastward where water covered the roadways in places. One of our photojournalists saw a truck pulling a car out of high water near the intersection of 5th Avenue and 25th Street.
ASHLAND, KY
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Herd soccer is back on the pitch

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - The nationally ranked Marshall men’s soccer team started practice Monday with a new year of challenges facing them. The Herd is now in the Sun Belt and was ranked 14th in the United Soccer Coaches preseason rankings. Marshall returns stars like Oliver Semmle, Milo Yosef and Vinicius Fernandes and they begin exhibition play this coming Friday at Rio Grande.
HUNTINGTON, WV
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Flooding at night more terrifying than anything from Hollywood

I usually don’t regard myself as a flood survivor but the rampaging, muddy water that recently decimated so many communities in East Kentucky brought back a torrent of personal memories. But I don’t recall anyone dying during the five times that my family was displaced by flood waters from...
HITCHINS, KY
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Kemper Announces 2022-23 Women’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University women's basketball head coach Tony Kemper released the team's 2022-23 non-conference schedule on Wednesday, featuring 12 games. The Herd opens the season at Purdue on November 10 before hosting West Virginia Wesleyan for its home opener on November 15 at the Cam Henderson Center.
HUNTINGTON, WV
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