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Click below for a list of supplies needed and sites in Logan County accepting flood donations. 

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Flood Clean Up Supply Collection Sites

Flood Clean Up Supply Collection Sites

Southwestern Regional Day Report Center, James Funeral Home and Verdunville Church of God all serving as drop-off points in Logan County.


Adkins Honored With Distinguished West Virginian Award At Last Meeting With Logan County BOE

Adkins Honored With Distinguished West Virginian Award At Last Meeting With Logan County BOE

After more than 20 years as a member of the board of education and more than 60 years serving the children of Logan County, Phyllis Adkins served at her last meeting of the board.


Drug Wholesalers Will Pay More Than $6 Million To W.Va. In Settlement

Drug Wholesalers Will Pay More Than $6 Million To W.Va. In Settlement

Five drug wholesalers have agreed to a $4.2 million settlement in a lawsuit alleging that they shipped an excessive number of prescription opioids to West Virginia. Miami-Luke previously agreed to settle for $2.5 million, bringing the total in the lawsuit to $6.7 million.


One Dead In Shooting Incident

One Dead In Shooting Incident

According to statements from troopers, two people got into an argument that ended with the subjects shooting at each other with one person being killed by a gunshot wound.


Coal Executive Shooting Death Cases Heading To Grand Jury

Coal Executive Shooting Death Cases Heading To Grand Jury

A suspect waived his preliminary hearing in the fatal shooting of an ex-coal CEO at a southern West Virginia cemetery. It's reported Anthony Arriaga,20, of Delphos, Ohio, was in Mingo County Magistrate Court on Wednesday. Brandon Fitzpatrick,18, of Louisa, Kentucky, waived his hearing Tuesday. Both cases head to a September grand jury.


State Commerce Secretary Says Forestry Layoffs Have To Happen

State Commerce Secretary Says Forestry Layoffs Have To Happen

State Commerce Secretary Keith Burdette said the entire state Division of Forestry will be out of money by next February if the state Personnel Board doesn't approve a plan to layoff 37 workers.


Coal Festival Continues In The Midst Of Economic Downturn

Coal Festival Continues In The Midst Of Economic Downturn

For 23 years Boone County has been the home of the West Virginia Coal Festival, and organizers weren’t about to let a little thing like financial downturn rain on this year’s parade. In the last year, Boone County lost millions of dollars in coal severance tax money. The county recently requested just more than $2 million from the state for the Board of Education to pay its bills. While many come out to enjoy the festival, others wonder how the county had the money to pay for the event.


Four Coalfields Schools Receive Jennings Randolph Award

Four Coalfields Schools Receive Jennings Randolph Award

Secretary of State Natalie Tennant’s office awarded 11 West Virginia high schools the Jennings Randolph Award for the 2015-2016 academic year. The Jennings Randolph Award is given to high schools when 100 percent of voting-eligible students register to vote. Four coalfields schools received the award, including Man High School, Mount View High School, Sherman High School and Wyoming East High School.


Construction Firms Apply For Hobet Highway Project

Construction Firms Apply For Hobet Highway Project

Six construction firms have applied to construct the highway connection to the Hobet surface mine in Boone County. The West Virginia Department of Transportation estimates the 2.6-mile project will cost nearly $100 million.


Two Drug Wholesalers Settle In Case With W.Va.

Two Drug Wholesalers Settle In Case With W.Va.

Two more drug wholesalers have agreed to settle in a lawsuit with West Virginia, in which they are accused of shipping an excessive number of prescription pain pills to the state. West Virginia’s legal team says these companies helped fuel the prescription drug epidemic in the Mountain State.


Chemical Spill Settlement Delayed

Chemical Spill Settlement Delayed

A settlement agreement involving two former Freedom Industries officials and a January 2014 chemical spill into the Elk River was delayed again. On Monday, U.S. District Judge John T. Copenhaver, Jr. told attorneys for former Freedom officials Gary Southern and Dennis Farrell that he wants to see more movement toward similar settlements in two other spill-related cases before ratifying the class-action deal between Southern and Farrell and the thousands of residents and business whose drinking water was contaminated by the spill.


Dilbeck Named VP Of Acadmeic Affairs At SWVC&TC

Dilbeck Named VP Of Acadmeic Affairs At SWVC&TC

Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College named a new Vice President for Academic Affairs this week. Jack D. Dilbeck, Ph. D., will step into the role June 27. Dilbeck’s credentials include a Ph.D. in Higher Education Leadership from Indiana State University, an MBA with emphasis in management from Webster University, and a Bachelors in Business Administration from McKendree University.


Hatfield-McCoy Trail System Expansion In Boone County

Hatfield-McCoy Trail System Expansion In Boone County

An effort is underway to expand the Hatfield-McCoy Trail System in Boone County. It’s reported Madison City Attorney Chip Shaffer recently acquired approval to pursue expanding the trail system into a new stretch of land.


Williamson Health And Wellness Center Granted $350,000 For Oral Healthcare

Williamson Health And Wellness Center Granted $350,000 For Oral Healthcare

As part of a statewide effort to improve oral healthcare in the Mountain State, the Health and Human Services Secretary awarded Williamson Health and Wellness Center $350,000. HHS Secretary Sylvia M. Burwell recently announced $3.3 million in funding to support 10 health centers in West Virginia.


Aerial Right-Of-Way Maintenance In Logan

Aerial Right-Of-Way Maintenance In Logan

Appalachian Power will maintain the rights of way for some power lines in West Virginia by applying herbicides by helicopter.


New Boone Memorial Hospital Opens June 25

New Boone Memorial Hospital Opens June 25

The new facilities for Boone Memorial Hospital will open June 25 at 6 a.m. The new 77,000 square foot facility will be open to patients who need emergency care, labs, and x-rays.


Immunization Requirements For Logan County 7th And 12th Grade Students

Immunization Requirements For Logan County 7th And 12th Grade Students

The vaccines include the Tdap and meningococcal. These protect from preventable diseases such as bacterial meningitis and pertussis.


Representative Jenkins Fought To Cut EPA Budget And Won

Representative Jenkins Fought To Cut EPA Budget And Won

Representative Jenkins worked to cut the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Budget by $164 million and half the implementation of new EPA rules that would hurt the coal mining industry.


Summer Feeding Program In Logan County

Summer Feeding Program In Logan County

The Logan County Board of Education has once again partnered with the federally funded Summer Food Service Program. Breakfast and lunch will be open to all children under 18. Several locations will be available in the county.


BE HEARD Logan County

BE HEARD Logan County

Be Heard Logan County is an opportunity for you to tell truth to power. Your voice, your concerns, and your needs will be heard by the powers that be, whether it is government, business, or other institutions.


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BE HEARD Logan County

BE HEARD Logan County

Be Heard Logan County is an opportunity for you to tell truth to power. Your voice, your concerns, and your needs will be heard by the powers that be, whether it is government, business, or other institutions.


Rep. Jenkins Announces Mobile Office Locations For May

Rep. Jenkins Announces Mobile Office Locations For May

Third District Congressman Evan Jenkins announced his mobile office hours for May. At the mobile office locations, members of Rep. Jenkins’ staff will be available to help Third District residents who are having problems with federal agencies and programs. Constituents are encouraged to bring along documents they have received from federal agencies related to their issues.


Power Outage Safety

Power Outage Safety

Tips for staying safe during a power outage.


Do Not Disturb

Do Not Disturb

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is reminding people to leave young wildlife alone if they encounter them this spring. Their motto for this situation is 'look but do not touch or disturb.'"


Capito Announces Mobile Office Hours

Capito Announces Mobile Office Hours

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito announced upcoming mobile office dates throughout the coalfields for the month of June. Members of Senator Capito’s staff will be available to meet with constituents and assist with casework or other issues they may be experiencing with federal agencies.


Red Cross Blood Drive In Logan County

Red Cross Blood Drive In Logan County

The American Red Cross is encouraging people to give blood in honor of the upcoming Independence Day holiday. Donations tend to slow during summer months. The need for donations does not.


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