Williamson Daily News

Dr. Gail Hall and Dee Kapourales recently presented the Mingo-Pike American Association of University Women annual scholarship for 2018-2019 to McKenna Blankenship of Gilbert.

Williamson Daily News

KERMIT - U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., announced that a representative from his office will take part in Manchin Mobile Monday.

HD Media

MOUNT GAY - Registration for the Summer and Fall 2019 semesters is now open at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College, according to a news release.

Williamson Daily News

CHARLESTON - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned consumers of a seemingly relentless effort by con artists to pose as the Social Security Administration and steal personally identifiable information.

Williamson Daily News

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Williamson native Aaron Banks continues to turn heads at the University of Charleston, as he was named Men's Track and Field Athlete of the Week by the Mountain East Conference (MEC) this past week, after his performance at the Aggie Invitational on the campus of North Carolina A&T State University.

Opinion

While Baltimore's Archbishop Lori and the Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston (DWC) invoke "transparency" and "accountability" regularly regarding clerical sex abuse, they struggle to put them into action. Disconnects between Lori and DWC higher-ups versus our secular authorities and West Virginia Catholics seem almost insurmountable, as Catholic leaders continue evading actual transparency, accountability, and too many significant questions.

On the surface, it appears that help may be on the way for West Virginia and other states where a sizable portion of the population does not have access to high-speed internet. After all, the federal government has a $4.5 billion grant program intended to expand wireless internet in rural areas, and the Trump administration announced earlier this week that it intended to spend $20 billion over the next decade for the same purpose.