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  1. Papa Johns, Huntington Sponsor Costume DriveRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Huntington News

    The City of Huntington has teamed up with Cabell Huntington Hospital and Papa John's on 9th Avenue to collect new and slightly-used Halloween costumes for the 5th annual Halloween Costume Drive for children who attend the A.D. Lewis Community Center.

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  2. 50-50 Friday Night at Cabell Midland-Huntington game raising funds for stricken Spring Valley playerRead the original story

    Friday | Huntington News

    There will be a 50-50 drawing on Friday, Sept. 19, at the Huntington versus Cabell Midland game, and all money will go to fund to help with the costs for a heart surgery for Spring Valley freshman football player Wade Smith.

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  3. Marshall mechanical engineering, computer science programs receive ABET accreditationRead the original story

    Friday | Huntington News

    Marshall University's College of Information Technology and Engineering has announced the accreditation of two of its most popular programs. The Bachelor of Science in Computer Science degree program and the Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering program have received accreditation from the ABET .

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  4. BREAKING ... Man Shot in Face in HuntingtonRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 18 | Huntington News

    A man has been found shot in the face at 10th Avenue and 17th Street, according to an emergency dispatch.

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  5. 'Rolling Thunder' bike share system to launch Friday with media eventRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 17 | Huntington News

    The program will give Marshall students, faculty and staff access to 30 bicycles at three hubs around campus, available for 24/7 use. The bike share system promises to be an affordable, accessible and sustainable transportation option for the university.

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  6. Mark Caserta: President Trump really has divided our country.Read the original story

    Monday Oct 15 | Huntington News

    The "Trump Factor", which employs many successful attributes, is exacerbated by an unapologetic approach by the president to put "America first" in every decision he makes. This lack of "political correctness" has exposed a growing dichotomy of ideology in our nation and driven people into their metaphorical corners.

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  7. Cabell County Man Sentenced to 18 Years in Prison for Producing Child PornographyRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 13 | Huntington News

    A Cabell County man was sentenced today to 18 years for child pornography crimes, announced United States Attorney Mike Stuart. David Ray Pelfrey, 40, of Huntington, West Virginia, previously pled guilty to two counts of production of child pornography.

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  8. Swimming and Diving Finishes West Virginia GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Huntington News

    The Herd battled through a very long day with two sessions back to back. Marshall had an overall successful day two.

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  9. Huntington native and Broadway star J. Mark McVey to speak at YMCA 'Just for Kids' dinnerRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | Huntington News

    Huntington native and Broadway star J. Mark McVey will be the keynote speaker at the "Just for Kids" Huntington YMCA Scholarship Dinner Thursday, Nov. 8 at 6 p.m. at St. Mary's Conference Center, 2849 Fifth Ave., Huntington. Individual tickets for the dinner are $125, or corporate-sponsored tables of eight seats can be purchased for $1,000.

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  10. Marshall University prepares for Homecoming 2018Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | Huntington News

    Marshall University will welcome thousands of alumni, family and friends to the Huntington campus for a week of festivities celebrating Homecoming 2018 beginning Monday, Oct. 15, and culminating with the crowning of royalty at halftime during the football game against Florida Atlantic University set for 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 20. This year's theme, Home on the Range, celebrates Marco, Marshall's bison mascot, through the years and also showcases dozens of activities including a parade, bonfire, office decorating contest, 5k run, and Herd Madness-the official beginning of Thundering Herd basketball practice. This year's Homecoming Parade Co-Marshals are James and Bobbie Farley, both graduates of Marshall University.

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  11. Marshall to host Marching Band Festival Oct. 13Read the original story

    Thursday Oct 11 | Huntington News

    Bands from West Virginia, Kentucky and Ohio are participating in the event, which kicks off at 9:45 a.m. and concludes at 5 p.m. "The Tri-State Marching Festival is a wonderful event in the Huntington community that showcases amazing high school musicians and performers," said Dr. Adam Dalton, director of athletic bands at Marshall. "The amount of work these students put in is evident, and it's great to see them get a chance to show that here at Marshall.

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  12. Tsubasacon will Grow in CharlestonRead the original story

    Tuesday Oct 9 | Huntington News

    "We had the BEST time this year with all of our attendees!! Thank you for all of the fun we had, all of the smiles, hugs and photos! We're looking forward to being able to share all of this fun and excitement with Charleston next year! The staff at Tsubasacon have appreciated all of the things that the Big Sandy has done for us through they years, but we're also looking forward to finally returning to where it all began at the Charleston Coliseum & Conference Center! It's b een an amazing journey in Huntington for 13 years, and it's only going to get bigger and better next year! I know it's hard sometimes to change, but just like when we moved out of the conference center into the arena, it was hard at first to see how much potential it has! Sure it's scary, but we're willing to take on this challenge with our attendees - friends and family like you who make it all happen year after ... (more)

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  13. MCGILL: King has career day, but Herd drops C-USA game to MTRead the original story

    Monday Oct 8 | Huntington News

    The Conference USA preseason football poll ranked two teams ahead of Middle Tennessee in the East Division: Florida Atlantic, the defending league champions, and Marshall. After two games of conference play, the Blue Raiders sit alone in first place at 2-0.

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  14. US Attorney Announces Project CharlestonRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 10 | Huntington News

    CHARLESTON, W.Va. - United States Attorney Mike Stuart issued the following statement this morning during a press conference held at the Robert C. Byrd United States Courthouse in Charleston: Attorney General Sessions and this Administration is wholly committed to working with our federal, state and local partners to ensure the safety of our streets, our families and our children.

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  15. Huntington Scores High for InclusivityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 9 | Huntington News

    When it comes to creating an inclusive community for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, the City of Huntington ranks higher than many cities in West Virginia and across the country, according to a new report from the nation's largest LGBTQ civil rights organization. The Human Rights Campaign on Monday released its 2018 Municipal Equality Index, which ranked 506 U.S. cities of varying sizes on several factors, including nondiscrimination laws, municipal employment Huntington received a score of 95 on a 100-point scale, which is in the top percentile of cities that were evaluated nationwide and, for the third consecutive year, is the highest score among cities that were evaluated in West Virginia. 41 comments

  16. Huntington's Phone System Crashed; Replacement ComingRead the original story

    Monday Oct 8 | Huntington News

    On Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018, the city's phone system crashed. Internet service was down as well but was restored for mostly all offices.

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  17. Marshall's Minority Health Institute partners with West Virginia...Read the original story

    Saturday Oct 6 | Huntington News

    Marshall University's Department of Public Health has established the Minority Health Institute to address health disparities and health equity among minority and underserved populations in the state of West Virginia. The West Virginia Bureau for Public Health will collaborate with the Minority Health Institute to strategically utilize the university's resources to help the state better deal with a myriad of health disparities, according to Dr. Anthony Woart, founder and director of the Minority Health Institute.

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  18. Marshall to host free FAFSA workshop for local studentsRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 6 | Huntington News

    Marshall University is hosting a free "It's FAFSA Time" financial aid workshop for local students and their families who need assistance in filing the 2019-20 FAFSA. The event takes place from 1 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 24, in the Office of Student Financial Assistance in Old Main, room 116, on Marshall's Huntington campus.

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  19. Marshall psychology faculty to host panel discussion on opioid epidemicRead the original story

    Friday Oct 5 | Huntington News

    Marshall University psychology faculty will host a panel discussion from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 25, at Fat Patty's on 3rd Avenue in Huntington. Appalachian Opioid Epidemic: Mama Told Me Not to Come," and the speakers will include: Dr. Marianna Linz, professor and chair of the Department of Psychology; Dr. Thomas Linz, associate professor; Dr. Melissa Atkins, associate professor; Dr. Jennifer Tiano, associate professor; and Dr. Jonathan Day-Brown, assistant professor.

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  20. Huntington Mayor Asks ORSANCO to Maintain Its Ohio River Pollution Control StandardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Oct 3 | Huntington News

    Huntington, WV Mayor Steve Williams has sent a statement to ORSANCO commissioners, asking that they not abdicate their role in setting and monitoring pollution control standards within the Ohio River watershed. We in Huntington appreciate ORSANO's support for maintaining our Ohio River water quality, and we do not believe that ORSANCO pollution control standards currently in place constitute an unnecessary regulatory burden.

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