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Cynthia and David Utt inseparable since first date
“I think he’s cute.”
Cynthia Utt first saw her future husband, David, in August 1989.
FSU architecture students compete to cure hunger
Fairmont State University architecture students encouraged the community to find a cure for hunger during last weekend’s CANstruction.
Help Union Mission feed needy on Easter
The West Virginia Rescue Ministries needs assistance in providing meals for the hungry.
The sky’s the limit for this father and son
A bond between a father and son began as a race in 1989.
Mike DeVault was told by his wife that if he wanted a pilot’s license, he better get it before their son Garrett was born.
Man hit by a car was flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital
A Marion County man was flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital Sunday morning after apparently being hit by a car.
Hundreds of volunteers cleaned up streams, playgrounds
Good samaritans roamed the streets Saturday morning to Make Marion County Shine. An estimated 250-300 volunteers cleaned litter from roadsides, parking lots and even streams for the third year as part of Make Marion County Shine in areas of Fairmont, Mannington, Bellview, Barrackville and White Hall.
The program not only helps clean up the streets, but also raises awareness of just how much litter there is on the ground, said Iris Canfield, a cleanup participant and organizer.
Public asked to greet Honor Flight veterans upon their return
With less than a month before the May 10 Clarksburg Honor Flight, organizers are looking for the public to greet veterans when they arrive home that night.
Aaron Hawkins, an organizer of the flight, said when the flight returns to the North Central West Virginia Airport in Bridgeport, anyone is welcome to greet those who have served the country when they step off the plane.
Fixing a hole where the snow got in
The damage done by a harsh winter is beginning to be repaired.
The West Virginia Division of Highways began using an allotment of additional money to help pay for additional pothole repairs.
Obama taps budget guru — and W.Va. native — for health job
Sylvia Mathews Burwell, nominated to run “Obamacare,” would bring a wealth of expertise in economics and government management to one of Washington’s toughest jobs, even though she has little direct experience in the health care industry.
Police: Shooting occurred in residence
Officials have confirmed that a shooting incident involving a young boy Wednesday occurred inside a Fairmont residence.
The 11-year-old boy remains in critical condition following the shooting.
Fairmont Police Chief Kelley Moran said the boy is being treated at Ruby Memorial Hospital. He said the boy has been there since the early-evening incident occurred Wednesday
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