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HUNTINGTON — Marshall University will host the second annual TEDxMarshallU event organized by students, faculty and staff at 5 p.m. March 14 in the Jean Carlo Stephenson Auditorium in Huntington City Hall.

Dear Jill: Is there anything useful to do with expired coupons? A local store used to take them up to a month after the expiration dates, but they stopped doing so. I have heard the military can use them, but I am not sure if that is still true or how to go about submitting them. — Phyllis G.

HURRICANE — Advantage Valley and The Robert C. Byrd Institute, in coordination with the West Virginia Development Office, will sponsor an expo Thursday, March 19, in Hurricane aimed at linking small suppliers with major state manufacturers.

After three years of vetting from seven different committees, the West Virginia House of Delegates on Friday unanimously passed House Bill 2321 to permit first responders to take workers compensation benefits for post-traumatic stress disorder caused by their jobs. Currently, PTSD treatment is only covered by workers comp if there is an accompanying physical injury. 

NEW RICHMOND — Oak Hill did miss from 3-point range against Wyoming East in its Class AA Region 3, Section 1 matchup on Tuesday.

DELBARTON — In a foul-fest on Miners Mountain, Westside overcame porous free-throw shooting to knock off Mingo Central 76-70 Tuesday night.

Rian Osborne was crowned the winner of the Little Miss Warrior contest on Tuesday, Feb. 18, before the Warriors game against Oak Hill.

HUNTINGTON — An $18 billion proposed global settlement meant to resolve drug firms’ alleged culpability in fueling the opioid crisis has fallen through months after West Virginia’s attorney general and attorneys leading litigation to find solutions to the issue showed their displeasure with …

The Beasts were crowned the Westside Youth League champions. Front row, left to right Kymber Vance, Braizley Kennedy, Brooklyn Cline, Kinley Steele. Back row, left to right, Noah Sprouse, Braycen Hatfield and Whytlee Osborne. Coaches were Brandon and Hatfield Willie Osborne.

The Oceana Ducks brought home the championship of the Buddy Division of the Westside Youth Basketball League. Westside Players were Jackson West, Bradyn Waldron, Hendrix Cook, Lennon Stable, Luke Walls, Nicholas Shumate, Brody Lester and A.J. Toler. Coaches were Jon West, Ben Cook and Richard Byrd.

The Road Branch Creekers won the Westside Youth League Championship. Members of the team were Hunter Adkins, Levi Adkins, Logan Brown, Carli Cline, Bentley Blankenship and Breyer Toler. Coaches were Eric Adkins, Tommy White and Martin Lester.

The Oceana Lady Mountaineers took home a Westside Youth League title. Players were Sydney Lusk, Kaylin Matney, Sarah Lilly, Abigail Vickers, Emily Miller, Kaylinn Morgan, Kamika Holstein and Cheyenne Osborne. Coaches were Beth Lusk and Edith Matney.

HUNTINGTON - Marshall used toughness on both ends of the floor, limiting Old Dominion to two field goals over the final 11:20 while getting timely baskets to earn a 74-66 win over the Monarchs at Cam Henderson Center on Saturday.

HUNTINGTON — Marshall women’s basketball team found itself in a big first-half hole it couldn’t climb out of as it fell to Old Dominion 64-54 on Saturday in a Conference USA game at the Cam Henderson Center.

I’m a native of Logan County. I was visiting Logan in June 2019 and couldn’t believe the condition of the roads in Logan and surrounding counties, for example Hugh Dingess Mountain, Mudfork Mountain, Big Hart, just to name a few.