Salty mess on Buffalo Mtn.
Kermit meth lab bust
Williamson man arrested for grand larceny
Town to take over water system
MCC votes for rehab
- Motorcycle and car collide - 4:21 pm
- Gov. Justice seeks furlough for state employees - 2:28 pm
- Matewan Council holds Feb. meeting - 9:34 am
- End of transgender bathroom rule gets conservative praise - 9:27 am
- Salty mess on Buffalo Mtn. - 7:00 am
- Kermit meth lab bust - 2:00 pm
- Mingo Schools focused on health of students and staff - 11:55 am
- Williamson man arrested for grand larceny - 10:55 am
- Town to take over water system - 10:47 am
- MCC votes for rehab - 6:25 am
- W.Va. Alpha affiliates honored - 5:30 pm
- BOE personnel decisions - 2:55 pm
- Local Police Beat - 2:10 pm
- Martin Co. Schools close for flu - 10:50 am
- Patient Care is ‘All in The Family’ for the Martins - 9:08 am
- West Virginia forest fire laws - 6:45 am updated: 6:45 am.
- Local Police Beat - 6:05 am
- Turkey Creek forest fire - 6:00 pm
- 2 charged in Asplhund theft - 4:30 pm
- Mingo County Schools Head StartTransition/Kindergarten Orientation - 9:45 am updated: 11:45 am.
- Free prom dresses for those in need - 8:56 am
- Early spring - 2:33 am
- Litter bill passes House; sent to senate - 5:50 pm
- Healthy in the Hills announces activities - 2:42 pm
- WHWC hosts kid’s dental clinic - 11:44 am
MCC votes for rehab
WILLIAMSON – Following a heated discussion, the Mingo County Commission voted to approve penning a letter of support for the purposed Serenity P...
W.Va. Alpha affiliates honored
KINGSPORT, Tenn.– Alpha Natural Resources Holdings, Inc. and ANR, Inc. announce outstanding safety performance for 2016, with five affiliate ope...
BOE personnel decisions
RED JACKET – The Mingo County Board of Education approved a number of personnel actions at Tuesday’s regular meeting of the Mingo County C...
Local Police Beat
GILBERT – Local law enforcement agencies have reported three recent unrelated arrests of individuals residing in the Gilbert, Wharncliffe and Ma...
Martin Co. Schools close for flu
INEZ, Ky. – Poor attendance due to sickness prompted Martin County Schools to cancel school for the remainder of this week.The decision was anno...
Patient Care is ‘All in The Family’ for the Martins
SOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. - If you happen to find yourself a patient at TugValley ARH Regional Medical Center, chances are you will come in contact with a...
60th District Tournament Brackets:At Lawrence County High School,Louisa, Ky.Friday February 24th6:30 pm Girls Championship8:15 pm Boys Championship...
Tug Valley gets No. 1 seed in Class A sectional
The Tug Valley Panthers (13-8) got the No. 1 seed and a first round bye in the Class A, Region 4, Section 2 tournament which will start on Saturday....
Lady Miners advance to sectional tourney championship
CHAPMANVILLE – The Lady Miners of Mingo Central have taken their first step toward going to the Class AA state tournament.Mingo Central convinci...
A monster year begins; Daytona weekend
By Steve MickeyNascar ColumnistIt has only been three months since the checkered flag waved ending the 2016 Sprint Cup season but during that span the...
Cardinal Conference- Scoring Leaders
Player, School G Pts AvgLuke Frampton, Poca 18 437 24.3Jeremy Dillon, MC 19 402 21.2David Early, Logan 19 384 20.2Drew Williamson, Chap. 21 423 20.1Ch...
Miners get No. 2 seed in section, region
CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. — It’s now official.The Chapmanville Regional High School boys’ basketball team, true to form and as expected, a...
TAS to hold auditions for Grease and Hairspray
Press ReleaseLOGAN - The Aracoma Story Inc. is holding auditions this week for two big musicals that will make up their “LIVE in the Park”...
ARH honors May as 2016 CARES Award winner
Press ReleaseLEXINGTON, Ky. –Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) recently honored 12 employees from across its Kentucky and West Virginia syst...
Valentine’s Ads available
By Kyle [email protected] Logan Banner and Williamson Daily News are offering you a chance to wish a happy Valentine’s Day to an...
Judging the outside
By Dawn ReedGuest ColumnistA few months ago, an older lady made her way to the classrooms in the back of the church to find me. I was surprised after ...
Janet’s Appalachian Recipes
Sometimes I don’t want to fix a great big meal, just something simple. These sliders are perfect for those kind of days, full of flavor and chee...
Presbyterian Church welcomes Rev. Hudson
Submitted PhotoReverend William Long Hudson was welcomed in a special service on January 29. The Presbytery of West Virginia and Moderator Susan Perry...
The value of good communicationin a healthy marriage relationship
Brighter TomorrowsBy F. Keith DavisLogan Mingo Mental HealthIt’s been said that God instituted marriage, and it was good. Yet, in modern times o...
Ky. Legislative Update
By State Rep. Chris HarrisKy. LegistlatureDemocracy in action is often a crowded affair, as the waiting rooms and hallways of the Capitol and Capitol ...
Slow start on passage of Legislation
By Phil KablerFor the WV Press AssociationCHARLESTON, W.Va. — Unlike the past two legislative sessions, when the new Republican leadership jumpe...
Rep. Harris files legislation to addressescalating electrical rates by Ky. Power
Press ReleaseFRANKFORT, Ky. – State Rep. Chris Harris, joined by a bipartisan team of Eastern Kentucky legislators, filed two pieces of legislat...
The Power of God’s Love
Ralph & Elizabeth PyszkowskiGuest columnistsA wealthy man of high prestige sent his workers to harvest the wheat off his land. He noticed a poor d...
Maintaining a close relationship with God and our spouse
By Dr. Billy HollandGuest ColumnistLast week, I was sitting in my office on a dreary afternoon, tapping on the keyboard and listening to the rain blow...