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Book Notes: Feud expert and national author comes back to where it all began
With the success of last year's HISTORY channel multiple award-winning mini-series, Hatfields & McCoys, starring Kevin Costner, comes a renewed worldwide interest in the complex story of America's most noted vendetta-the Hatfields of Logan County vs.
Mon May 20, 2013
Phico , Logan County , West Virginia One person is dead and another seriously hurt after a car accident in Logan County.
Sun May 19, 2013
Manchin launches 5th - Commonsense Connections' week
U.S. Senator Joe Manchin has announced that his office will launch its fifth "Commonsense Connections" Week beginning Monday, May 20.
Thu May 16, 2013
4th Circuit upholds Alpha mine permit decision
A federal appeals court has upheld a decision that cleared the way for a Clean Water Act permit needed for a new mountaintop removal mine in Logan County.
The City of Logan will be able to track purchases online and keep a closer eye on expenditures soon when it goes to the state's Visa Purchase Card Program.
Logan County couple arrested in Mingo
A single vehicle accident ended with the driver and her passenger, who are husband and wife, being placed under arrest for reasons of DUI and possession of a controlled substance.
Wed May 15, 2013
Bill Introduced to Return Fairness to EPA Permit Process
Rahall is joined by U.S. Representative John Mica in introducing the bipartisan bill.
A fugitive should always keep his vehicle's equipment in good working order. Chapmanville police officers attempted to stop a vehicle with a broken tail light, but the driver fled, starting a chase that ended with a fugitive wanted for attempted murder back behind bars and facing 17 additional charges.
Tue May 14, 2013
West Virginia Metro
Willie Akers coming home
Logan County Commissioner and state basketball legend Willie Akers is scheduled to return to his home in Logan this weekend according to MetroNews affiliate WVOW Radio in Logan.
Coal Valley News
Boone Memorial Hospital would like to recognize the recipient of the 2013 James F. Trusley Employee of the Year Award - Stuard "Stu" Haugen.
Mrs. Nora Lee Bryant Gore, 79, of Chapmanville, was born July 5, 1933, at Leet, a daughter of the late David Skeens and Pearl Toney Vannatter.
Sun May 12, 2013
Amanda Curry, 29, of Delbarton, was arrested and charged with conspiracy to commit a felony.
The criminal complaint filed in Logan County Magistrate's Court says a West Virginia State Police officer stopped Curry after seeing Sherman Jones lean into the window of a Chevrolet Trail Blazer, then turn and place something in his back pocket.
Sat May 11, 2013
Development Office names Logan native to head NIP
The West Virginia Development Office announced Wednesday that Chris Garner was named as the new coordinator for the Neighborhood Investment Program under the Local Capacity Division in Community Development.
Drug Court is not easy says Lacy
The Logan Drug Court program is not an easy one, noted Mike Lacy, Director of Probation Services for the WV Supreme Court during Friday's Logan Juvenile Drug Court Graduation.
Rahall congratulates Drug Court graduates
Congressman Nick Joe Rahall was one of a host of special guests in Logan on Friday, May 3 with words of advice and congratulations for three young people who had successfully completed the Logan County Juvenile Drug Court program.
Fri May 10, 2013
Man convicted of burning duplex for insurance
U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said Thursday that Michael L. White, 58, of Chapmanville, was found guilty of conspiracy to commit arson, arson and accessory after the fact.
Brenda Lee Green: The Constitution protects students, too
Young people in this country are frequently treated as if they're not old enough to have rights.
Crihfield Farms & Greenhouses returns to the Logan County Farmers' Market in time for Mother's Day
John Crihfield Farms and Greenhouses has returned to the Logan County Farmers' Market, offering a large selection of farm-fresh produce and West Virginia Grown garden plants just in time for Mother's Day.
Two Logan County High School juniors honored
United States Attorney Booth Goodwin recently recognized 56 high school juniors as U.S. Attorney's Ambassadors for Justice during a ceremony at the Culture Center in Charleston.
Thu May 09, 2013
Charleston Daily Mail
Your vents, Friday, May 10
Seeing as we have so many radical college professors, the younger Boston bomber didn't have to go very far to become a radical.