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Cooper Blair Gets A Hero’s Welcome

July 12, 2014 GLEN DALE — The loud cheers from dozens of friends, family members and even perfect strangers who turned out to welcome 10-year-old Cooper Blair home to Glen Dale Friday evening served as a fitting... more »»

LeBron’s Homecoming Could Complicate GOP’s Plans

July 12, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Balloon drops might be competing with basketballs in Cleveland. more »»

EPA Coal Mining Restraints Upheld

July 12, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal appeals court on Friday upheld the Obama administration’s environmental protections designed to reduce water pollution from mountaintop-removal coal mining. more »»

Dismissal of Murray Suit Sought by EPA

July 11, 2014 WHEELING — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has asked a federal judge to dismiss a Murray Energy Corp. more »»

Computer Data Leads to Meth Lab

July 11, 2014 Compiled by Staff SCIO — A local pharmacy purchase is what led the Harrison County Sheriff’s Office to active meth labs in Scio on Wednesday night, thanks to The National Precursor Log Exchange or... more »»

Payments Under ‘Miscellaneous’

July 11, 2014 ST. CLAIRSVLLE — A line item in the Belmont County budget indicates the county will pay nearly $600,000 in bond payments in 2015. more »»

Solar Power On Roads

July 11, 2014 SPOKANE, Wash. — The solar panels that Idaho inventor Scott Brusaw has built aren’t meant for rooftops. They are meant for roads, driveways, parking lots, bike trails and, eventually, highways. more »»

Study: W.Va. Spill Chemical Could be More Toxic

July 11, 2014 CHARLESTON (AP) — A new study shows a chemical that spilled into West Virginia’s biggest drinking water supply in January could be more toxic than a previous test indicated. more »»

First in Alleged Meth Cases Pleads Guilty

July 11, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — The first of 17 individuals alleged to have manufactured methamphetamine in Tyler County pleaded guilty to charges Thursday. Shirl N. more »»

Portman May Eye Presidency

July 11, 2014 CINCINNATI (AP) — Ohio GOP Sen. Rob Portman said Thursday he has definite plans to run in 2016 — at least for re-election. more »»

Faster Deportations In Border Crisis Deal

July 11, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Outlines of a possible compromise that would more quickly deport minors arriving from Central America emerged Thursday as part of President Barack Obama’s $3. more »»

Firefighter’s Fortunate Timing Saves Family

July 10, 2014 WEST LIBERTY — What Ryan Seidewitz lacks in firefighting experience, he made up for in courage — and timing — as he helped a family of five to safety just before flames engulfed their West Liberty... more »»

State Police To Stay in Hundred

July 10, 2014 HUNDRED — In response to concerns voiced by state and local politicians and law enforcement officials, the Hundred detachment of the State Police will not close as previously announced. more »»

Officials Expect Revenue To Rise

July 10, 2014 ST. CLAIRSVILLE — Belmont County officials project the county will take in an additional $. more »»

Murray Energy Says Williams Breached Deal

July 10, 2014 ST. LOUIS (AP) — A leading U.S. more »»

Dog Tracks Cornered By Betting Woes, Racing Foes

July 10, 2014 MIAMI (AP) — A mural-sized photograph at Flagler Dog Track celebrates the good old days, decades gone: Men and women in their finest clothes lean against the fence to catch a glimpse of the... more »»

Improper Federal Payments Reach $100 Billion in ’13

July 10, 2014 WASHINGTON (AP) — Tax credits for families that don’t qualify. Medicare payments for treatments that might not be necessary. Unemployment benefits for people who are secretly working. more »»

State Withholding Severance Tax Money

July 9, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE — Marshall County Commissioner Don Mason believes state officials are withholding about $1. more »»

Business as Usual For Marshall School Board

July 9, 2014 MOUNDSVILLE?— One night after board member Lori Kestner expressed concerns over her ability to work with other board members, the subject was not brought up by any other members the Marshall County... more »»

Indian Creek To Pay Way For Mays

July 9, 2014 STEUBENVILLE — The Indian Creek Local School District will be responsible for the education costs for Trent Mays, 18, who was sentenced to a state juvenile detention facility in connection with the... more »»

 
 

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