New BMH now in use
New murals on Main Street
Concealed weapon law discussed
Bee company takes flight at Seth
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast opens Thursday
- Personal stories surround BOE decision - 9:27 am
- Boone admins, faculty attend meeting of state board - 9:27 am
- Farmer’s Market vouchers available - 9:26 am
- BOE passes state-backed budget - 9:26 am
- New BMH now in use - 9:26 am
- RNC: Ohio delegation overjoyed by ‘Down Under’ speech - 5:47 pm
- Tobacco, vape taxes rise - 10:09 am
- ARTS to stage “Wizard of Oz” - 10:09 am
- BOE rejects state’s financial directives - 10:09 am updated: 2:54 pm.
- New superintendent sworn in - 11:57 am
- Taking the oath - 8:08 pm
- Oceana Heritage Festival set for July 10 - 4:05 pm
- Funding secured for Boone Co. schools - 10:00 am
- New murals on Main Street - 10:00 am
- Coal Festival opens - 10:00 am
- The Hub comes to Madison - 9:59 am updated: 10:00 am.
- Concealed weapon law discussed - 10:37 am
- Bee company takes flight at Seth - 10:37 am
- Students participate in Earth Day celebration - 10:36 am
- Disney’s Beauty and the Beast opens Thursday - 10:36 am
- Bill gives cities new options in B&O tax collection - 11:13 am
- Scott High bathroom incident “disciplinary issue” - 12:28 pm
- Boone County elects change - 12:07 pm
- Details on Hobet site emerge - 7:55 am updated: 2:07 pm.
- Apartment explosion in Madison injures six - 7:13 pm
- Boone County Commission has routine meeting - 9:48 am updated: 9:00 am.
- Hospital construction - 8:29 am
- Thousands without power in Boone Co. last week - 3:17 pm
- “Got Change?” wins - 9:33 am
- Right-to-work, budgets shape W.Va. session - 12:24 pm
- Trail to open to 4×4 vehicles - 12:24 pm
- Morrisey’s fight against the EPA - 12:24 pm
- BCCTC to offer LPN training - 12:24 pm
- Ashford man arrested in Logan - 6:13 pm
- Health Dept. cuts - 6:12 pm
- Stollings receives national AMA award - 6:12 pm
- CONSOL Energy earns safety, reclamation awards - 6:12 pm
- Global warming doubts spur push to block science standards - 6:12 pm
- DHHR extends application period for LIEAP - 6:12 pm
- January US mine inspections result in 138 citations - 6:12 pm updated: 6:12 pm.
- STEM Initiative announces grant funding - 6:11 pm
- The ARTS to begin auditions for musicals - 6:11 pm
- Hobet site “teased” to businesses - 11:13 am
- Development planned at Hobet site - 11:21 am
- ‘Symbolic’ fine for Freedom Industries - 5:34 pm
- Gunter addresses Rotary - 12:43 pm
- Annual Legislative breakfast - 12:27 pm
- View Story - 12:27 pm updated: 12:36 pm.
- Meth arrest made in Seth - 12:23 pm
- Boone County Schools losing 77 jobs - 12:21 pm
Taking the oath
Wyoming County Clerk Mike Goode issued the oath of office to Oceana’s newly elected town officials on Thursday evening at City Hall.Pictured, fr...
Oceana Heritage Festival set for July 10
Daniel Lilly and the Lilly Mountaineers will be headlining the entertainment at this year’s Oceana Heritage Festival.The festival will be held o...
Funding secured for Boone Co. schools
CHARLESTON, W.VA. — Boone County Schools have officially been funded until the end of the 2015-2016 fiscal year. The West Virginia legislature r...
New murals on Main Street
The Madison-Danville Jaycees, in association with Rev Up Madison, have created three new murals for the Main St. of Madison, W. Va. The building at 48...
Coal Festival opens
MADISON, W.Va. — The 23rd Annual West Virginia Coal Festival will open June 21.The Coal Festival will continue until June 25 making a raft of fu...
Skyhawk Spirit: “Flash” Jarrell
MADISON, W.Va. — Through sports and his school spirit, one Scott High School student has won the hearts of a community.Chris Cody “Flash...
Herd rips Monarchs, 82-65
HUNTINGTON — Ryan Taylor snapped back from one of the worst performances of his career with one of his best Saturday for the Marshall Thundering...
Technical costs No. 14 Kentucky
KRISTIE RIEKENAP Sports WriterCOLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — Kentucky coach John Calipari hates that his team lost on Saturday in large part beca...
Sooners outshoot Mountaineers
JOHN RABYAP Sports WriterMORGANTOWN, W.Va. (AP) — Buddy Hield helped get No. 3 Oklahoma out of a temporary lull.The nation’s second-leadin...
Kelly comes up big in OT for Marshall
BOWLING GREEN, Ky. (AP) — James Kelly scored seven straight points to give Marshall the lead in overtime and Stevie Browning added two free thro...
Local watershed associations improving streams
There is no telling what we can accomplish when people start working together. Two local watershed groups are perfect examples of this fact and they s...
Southern releases Fall 2015 Dean’s List
MT. GAY, W.Va. — Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College has announced that the following students have been placed on the Dean...
Pepperoni Stuffed Banana Peppers
By Janet CrowGuest ColumnistWith the Super Bowl right around the corner I wanted to share with you one of my families favorite appetizers. These peppe...
Cheddar Salmon Patties
There was no better meal growing up than salmon patties, hot biscuits and gravy. Now, my Mama has the patience of a saint and would pick the bones out...
Rotary updated on new Ronald McDonald House
On Jan. 7, members of the Ronald McDonald House board of directors updated the Madison rotary club about the new Ronald McDonald House near Women and ...
Christmas with kids
I love Christmas with kids. It’s not the present part, but the Jesus part. Last year, I gushed about my BFF Kaylena. She was two and was C-R-A-Z...
- There is just something about soup that is comforting and satisfying, especially on a cold Winter day. My Grandfathers both had gardens as I was gro...
Russia & Hezbollah: A dirty nexus
The following editorial is from the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:Jan. 16—Russia’s “assistance” in the Middle East is not limited ...
Trump-Putin friendship gives reason to worry
Nothing better symbolizes the depressing foreign policy year of 2015 than the bromance between Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump.“Bromance,”...
State Department delusions
The following editorial is from The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review:Jan. 04—Among its self-congratulatory year-end assessments, the State Department r...
The end of ‘affluenza’
The following editorial appeared in the Chicago Tribune on Thursday, Dec. 30:Not influenza, “affluenza.”The term — a play on the wor...
Politicians say dumb things, but we’re the ones voting
WASHINGTON — Politicians said the darndest things this past year. I know Art Linkletter said that about children, but honestly, these days, the ...
Safety at West Virginia coal mines remains a persistent problem
On March 8 of this year, John Michael Garloch started his Sunday night shift at the McElroy mine in Marshall County, West Virginia like any other. Gar...
Medical student visits Rotary
West Virginia University third year medical student Sarah Lively, left, presented to the the Madison Rotary Club. Her topic was the Rural Tract Clinic...
Companies in bankruptcy hold most top-producing Central Appalachia coal mines
Even some of the top-producing mines in Central Appalachia are producing less coal as producers with a large footprint in the region find it increasin...
Hospital official visits Rotary
Karlie Belle Price, right, Public Relations and Marketing director for Boone Memorial Hospital, was the guest of the Madison Rotary Club on Thursday, ...
UMWA reaches agreements in principal with Blackhawk and VCLF in Patriot Coal bankruptcy
“We have reached prospective collective bargaining agreements in principal with both Blackhawk Mining and the Virginia Conservation Legacy Fund ...