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Woman killed Monday by freight train
Summers and Fayette counties’ emergency operations centers verified that a woman died Monday afternoon when she was struck by a CSX freight train headed from North Carolina to Chicago, Ill.
- Market Day kicks off June 1 in Fayetteville
Fayette man pleads guilty to drug charges
A Fayette County pill dealer who sold approximately 250 powerful prescription painkillers over a two-year period pleaded guilty Monday to federal drug charges in U.S. District Court in Charleston.
Fayetteville man convicted of sex crimes
A Fayetteville man who faced trial this month for 18 felony offenses of sex crimes against children has been convicted of all charges.
West Virginia fun facts
The first patent for a soda fountain was granted in 1833 to George Dulty in Wheeling.
Beckley Area CEOS meets
The Beckley Area CEOS met in the WVU Building on the State Fair Grounds in Fairlea on Monday, April 29.
Ward graduates basic
Air Force Airman Tatum S. Ward graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas.
Veterans cemetery open; flag retirement ceremony set
The Donel C. Kinnard Memorial State Veterans Cemetery (DCKMSVC), located behind the West Virginia State Police Academy at 130 Academy Drive, Dunbar, will be open to the public throughout the Memorial Day weekend.
- MTHS schedules Memorial Day event
- Community calendar — Thursday, May 23, 2013
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