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Fayette native retires after impressive career at NASA
Apollo 11, the first lunar landing mission.
Protecting service members at home and abroad
Former CMS student addresses students at Veterans Day program
Years ago Rebecca Ball sat in the classroom at Collins Middle School. Little did she realize that she would return as the speaker at Collins’ annual Veterans Day program.
‘Joyful Night’ event slated
The annual Joyful Night celebration will be held at the State Capitol Complex in Charleston on Dec. 3 beginning at 6 p.m. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin and First Lady Joanne Jaeger Tomblin invite all West Virginians to join them and encourage all those who attend to bring a new unwrapped toy for the U.S. Marine Corps’ Toys for Tots campaign.
WorkForce West Virginia tells of three-day employment workshops
Current and former armed forces members and their spouses can register for a three-day employment workshop to help them find a new career.
Entrepreneur aims to make a difference
Justin Chambers is an up and coming entrepreneur from West Virginia who hopes to use his collapsible wind turbine technology to make a difference in the world.
You’re invited to Thanksgiving dinner today
Local volunteers began the process bright and early Monday of preparing a bountiful Thanksgiving meal for area residents.
New Haven Christmas Project drive scheduled
The New Haven Christmas Project will be in downtown Fayetteville beginning on Friday, Nov. 29 and running through Friday, Dec. 6.
Child poverty group defining goals, benefits
A spot check of four organizations participating in the “Our Children, Our Future” coalition to fight child poverty reveals that some are honing specific proposals while others are working on long-range goals.
Fund gets state grant to advertise birding festival
The Fayette Education Fund has been awarded a state grant through the West Virginia Tourism Commission’s Matching Advertising Partnership Program (MAPP) in order to promote its annual New River Birding and Nature Festival.
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