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West Virginia State Police Investigate Remains Found in Burned Minivan in Wayne County
WAYNE COUNTY, W.Va. – State police are conducting an investigation after discovering remains in a burned-out minivan in Wayne County, as reported by WCHS. The minivan was located off German Ridge Road, near the border of Cabell County and Wayne County. Investigators speculate that the vehicle was set ablaze on Tuesday evening or early Wednesday morning.
West Virginia man arrested on drug charges
WAYNE COUNTY, WV (LOOTPRESS) – One West Virginia man has been arrested on drug charges. According to Wayne County Sheriff Rick Thompson, a drug suspect with Felony warrants was arrested in the Prichard area. Sheriff Thompson stated that the Wayne County Sheriff Drug Enforcement Unit and the WV State Police arrested Justice Staley, of Prichard, […]
Wayne County Schools invests in solar energy project
WAYNE COUNTY, WV (WOWK) – Wayne County Schools is teaming up with a local solar installer and developer to bring solar panels to schools across the county. According to the company, Solar Holler the project comes through a new Power Purchase Agreement. The goal of the project is to install solar power on every available […]
Martin County Arrest Report
INEZ — Martin County Sheriff John Kirk’s Office reported the following arrests:. Jonathan Mollett, 35, of Louisa, was arrested Monday on Old Route 3 in Inez for theft by unlawful taking or disposition $1,000-10,000 and first-degree criminal mischief. Sheriff Kirk made the arrest. James Moore, 53, of Lovely,...
Single vehicle accident on Riverfront Road
Lovely resident Blanch Robinson’s vehicle following an accident at approximately 8:20 a.m. Monday on Riverfront Road. Law enforcement stated Robinson was driving the vehicle south on State Route 292 when she veered toward the riverbank and struck a large tree. She was traveling alone in the vehicle and was transported to a hospital following the accident. (MCSD photo)
Wayne County BOE Recognizes Student Achievement
On Tuesday, November 28, 2023, the Wayne County Board of Education held a regular session board meeting at Tolsia High School. During this session, the Board of Education members and the Superintendent, Todd Alexandar took the time to recognize students from local schools for their outstanding student achievement. These students were recognized for their academic performance on the Spring 2023 West Virginia General Summative Assessment.
Sheldon Clark High School Class of 1993 reunion Dec. 2
INEZ — The Sheldon Clark High School Class of 1993 reunion is set for Dec. 2 at 4:30 p.m. in Shufflin Café’s banquet room at 74 West Main Street in Inez. Class members will enjoy watching the Christmas parade together while dining on food from Pizza Stop and Connie Cookies.
James named interim principal at Martin County High School
INEZ — Jason James will serve as interim principal at Martin County High School for the remainder of the 2023-2024 school year after being appointed by Larry James, Superintendent of Martin County Schools. The appointment follows the recent death of Principal Brian Charles. Jason James, assistant principal at the...
Christmas in the Mountains opens in Inez
INEZ — Christmas in the Mountains opened Sunday with A Merry Little Christmas Party and the crowning of retired Martin County educators Estella Horn as Ms. Christmas in the Mountains and Darrell Clark as Mr. Christmas in the Mountains. With Inez looking like a dazzling winter wonderland of lights and displays, the festivities continue Wednesday (Nov. 29) through Saturday.
Open Your Homes and Hearts: The Puppies Of huntington, WV Need You!
Considering pet adoption? Or perhaps you just enjoy all things cute and cuddly? Numerous charming pets are ready for a loving home at animal shelters situated in and near huntington.
Echoes of the Past: The Haunting Tale of Jenny Wiley and the Mud River
In the heart of Appalachia, where the Mud River winds its way through the rugged landscape, lies a story that has chilled the bones of the town of Leet for centuries. The tale of Jenny Wiley, a woman of strength and sorrow, is as much a part of this region as the river itself. Born Jean Sellards in 1760, Jenny's life took a fateful turn in 1789 when she was kidnapped by Native Americans, leading to the tragic death of her children and a grueling period of captivity. Her eventual escape to freedom is a testament to human resilience, but her lost spirit is said to linger along the riverbanks, her haunting cries a nightly reminder of her ordeal.
Huntington Man Sentenced to Prison for Fentanyl Crime
HUNTINGTON, WV (LOOTPRESS) – Darrail Antoine Pulley, 24, of Huntington, was sentenced today to one year and six months in prison, to be followed by three years of supervised release, for distribution of fentanyl. According to court documents and statements made in court, on March 17, 2023, Pulley sold a quantity of fentanyl to a […]
Man arrested after stealing Huntington police cruiser, multi-state pursuit
A man was arrested on Tuesday after stealing a Huntington police cruiser and then leading law enforcement on a multi-state pursuit that went from Ohio to Kentucky.
Inez student council donates to festival
The Inez Elementary Student Council, under the direction of Kayla Hale, made a monetary contribution to Linda Webb and Christmas in the Mountains. The students were very excited to be able to help the group of local volunteers who are making the town so beautiful. They said they enjoy riding through town each evening and seeing all the awesome decorations.
Pick up a free ticket for chance to win
INEZ — Golden Memorial Methodist Church will celebrate Christmas in the Mountains by giving away an old-fashioned tied quilt Dec. 2 after the parade. You do not have to be present to win. You may pick up a free ticket at the Martin County Senior Citizens Center or Appalachia...
Vehicle fire impacting traffic on I-77
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) - A vehicle fire has shut down traffic along I-77 South on Wednesday, according to dispatchers. The crash happened at mile marker 94.5, close to the W Virginia 61: Maccorkle Avenue exit. All lanes are closed, dispatchers confirm. No injuries have been reported. Keep checking the WSAZ...
Burger Bliss: Discover 4 Exceptional Burgers in Huntington
In this article, we're exploring four incredible burgers you can find in Huntington. Have you had the pleasure of tasting any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
Martin County defeats Chapmanville in Zip Zone
INEZ — Martin County set the tone for an exciting season with a come-from-behind 79-65 win over West Virginia Class 2A reigning state champion Chapmanville in the Zip Zone Express Tip-Off Classic played Saturday at Martin County. This contest served as the sole preseason scrimmage for the Cardinals, as...
Mysterious illness making dogs sick spreading across United States
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. (WCHS) — A mysterious illness is spreading across the country making dogs sick and some are dying. Veterinarians say it's similar to the coronavirus and just as contagious. "As far as I know, nobody has figured it our exactly. My guess is it's some kind of coronavirus,"...
Kiahsville: A Coal Town's Tale of Rise, Decline, and Memory
In the heart of Wayne County, West Virginia, the lost town of Kiahsville stands as a relic of the coal mining era's zenith and its subsequent wane. Once a hub of economic activity within the Huntington-Ashland metropolitan area, Kiahsville's fortunes were inextricably linked to the black gold that lay beneath the Appalachian Mountains. Named after early settler Hezekiah Wiley, this unincorporated community burgeoned with the coal industry's rise, symbolizing American industriousness and the promise of prosperity.