CHARLESTON - Dissolved under pressure rooted in stigma rather than science, the suspension of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department's syringe exchange program "fundamentally changed the health landscape" for intravenous drug users in multiple negative ways, according to a study published Monday night b

Lenore PK-8 School announces their students of the month for April. They are pictured above. In no particular order they were Cambry Davis, Mattison Browning, Jace Roberts, Taylor Canterbury, Braylee Kirk, Emily Hodge, Aidyn Jude, Jacey Hatfield, Cora Newsome, Cash Newsome, Braxton Brown, Preston May, Skylar Gibson, Molly Hatfield, Skyler Gillman, Braxton Baisden, Summer Conley, Connor Lackey, Riley Burton, Gage Diamond, Rebecca Spaulding, Hollie Jarvi and, Kenley Haydu.

LOUISA, Ky. - The Belfry tennis team performed well in the 15th Region Tournament on Monday night at Lawrence County High School as they finished as team runner-up in the 15th Region while several members of the squad qualified for the state tennis tournament next weekend in Lexington.


With each passing year, it has become increasingly evident that leaders of the US Youth Soccer organization think West Virginia knows how to put together a good soccer tournament. Why else would the state be chosen so often to host two of the soccer group's most prestigious tournaments?

Memorial Day is almost upon us. The last Monday in May is a time to celebrate the unofficial beginning of summer and the end of the school year. Families will get together for cookouts or reunions.

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