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  1. F.B.I. offers Reward for Man who Threatened PresidentRead the original story w/Photo

    45 min ago | Huntington News

    The Federal Bureau of Investigation , the United States Secret Service, and the United States Marshals Service are seeking the public's assistance in locating is wanted for allegedly threatening to harm and/or kill a police chief, other law enforcement officers, a district attorney, and President Donald J. Trump. allegedly posted the threats on Facebook between June 3 and 12, 2018, saying that he was going to shoot President Trump in the head, and was going to use "lethal force" on any law enforcement officer attempting to detain him.

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  2. Oliver left lasting impression on younger generationRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Huntington News

    Fisher Cross was seated in the stands at Joan C. Edwards Stadium on Tuesday afternoon when he heard the news that Reggie Oliver, the quarterback of the Young Thundering Herd, had passed away at the age of 66. Cross' mind was flooded with memories. Cross is 22 years old, born nearly 25 years after Southern Airways 932 crashed and took the lives of 75 people aboard the Marshall football team flight.

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  3. AT&T Hosting Hiring Event Aug. 18Read the original story

    Yesterday | Huntington News

    AT&T is hiring about 120 customer service representatives at the call center in Huntington. The company is hosting a hiring event on Saturday, August 18, 2018 at the center.

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  4. COLUMN: Find Another Answer to Free NeedlesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | Huntington News

    If you spend much time walking around Huntington, chances are you've seen the new state flower: the hypodermic needle. They pop up in the grass, on sidewalks, in alleys, and in massive heaps in parks.

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  5. COLUMN: Defending the Health Department's Free Syringe PolicyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 16 | Huntington News

    My opinions on the handling of the drug epidemic have changed over the last few years. Reading the debates on my site and seeing things on the street has altered my view.

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  6. Marshall University team sharing expertise on addiction educationRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Huntington News

    A group of educators and leaders from Marshall University have been chosen to share their expertise at the 2018 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration and Interprofessional Education Collaborative's Addiction Educational Interprofessional Summit, "Enhancing Addiction Education Across the Health Professions," in Washington, D.C., A Amy Saunders, director of Student Health Education programs and chair of Marshall's Recovery Coalition; Dr. Marianna Footo-Linz, chair of the psychology department; Lyn O'Connell, clinical coordinator of Screening, Brief Intervention, and Referral to Treatment ; Dr. Penny Koontz, a faculty member in the psychology doctoral program; Dr. Brittany Riley, faculty in the School of Pharmacy; and Dr. Gretchen Pfost and Dr. Rania Karim, both faculty members in Marshall's School of Physical Therapy.

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  7. Two Downtown Block Radius Now Has Free Internet AccessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Huntington News

    Mayor Williams and Kevin Fowler, CEO of Cabell Huntington Hospital, "flipped the switch" on FreeinDowntown , which will bring safe and free wireless internet service to a portion of downtown Huntington. This is a collaborative effort between Cabell Huntington Hospital, downtown businesses, Arx Technologies, and the city of Huntington, all of whom donated time, equipment, and buildings to make this happen.

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  8. Portion of Rt. 2 near Huntington ClosedRead the original story

    Tuesday Aug 14 | Huntington News

    WV 2 will be closed to all traffic at 39th Street in Guyandotte beginning at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15, and possibly extending into the weekend while the Huntington Water Quality Board exercises its easternmost floodwall gate. Drivers will be unable to enter or exit Guyandotte using WV 2. There will be no WV 2 access into or out of Guyandotte during this time.

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  9. Community ceremony to support injured Marshall alumnus Reggie OliverRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | Huntington News

    A candlelight ceremony to show support for 'Young Thundering Herd' quarterback Reggie Oliver, who was seriously injured in a fall last weekend and is hospitalized in Huntsville, Alabama, is scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 10, at the Memorial Fountain on Marshall University's Huntington campus. The program will include remarks from Marshall University Director of Athletics Mike Hamrick, a prayer led by John Sutherland, executive director of the Big Green Scholarship Foundation, and a capella music.

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  10. Judge Paul T. Farrell Temporarily Appointed to WV Supreme CourtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | Huntington News

    Judge Paul T. Farrell has been appointed by Chief Justice Margaret Workman to temporarily serve on the West Virginia Supreme Court. Farrell, a former Huntington city councilman, assistant attorney general and federal prosecutor, will serve as "chief judge" and preside over the impeachment trial of the other judges should the House of Delegates vote to impeach the presiding panel.

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  11. Huntington City Council Holding Work Session, MeetingRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 9 | Huntington News

    Huntington City Council has a lengthy agenda for its Monday, Aug. 13 agenda for its 7:30 p.m. meeting in Council Chambers. The work session will be Thursday, Aug 9. One ordinance would authorize sale of $10 million dollars in bonds for Huntington Sanitary Board improvements, another revises residential rental and compliance codes, and another provides for powerline replacements.

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  12. Appalachian Regional Commission Co-Chair visits Marshall UniversityRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 9 | Huntington News

    Marshall University shared its comprehensive strategy aimed at transforming the region, particularly with regard to the opioid epidemic, with U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins ; Appalachian Regional Commission Federal Co-Chair Tim Thomas; and U.S. Marshal of the Southern District of West Virginia Michael Baylous today during a series of meetings at the Jenkins, Thomas and Baylous met with university stakeholders and other community leaders about coordinated community efforts underway to respond to an all-inclusive spectrum of needs-from treatment to recovery to employment. "What Marshall University, in particular, is doing by bringing together cross sections of the community and different sectors to address this issue is commendable," Thomas said.

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  13. Marshall Week of Welcome to start Tuesday, Aug. 14Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 9 | Huntington News

    "Week of Welcome is a university-wide, collaborative effort to welcome, educate and socialize freshman students to the Marshall University campuses, academic expectations, resources and long-standing traditions," said Dr. Sherri Stepp, associate dean of undergraduate studies and director of University College. Students will begin their first class at Marshall during Week of Welcome.

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  14. Mark Caserta: Nation's political discourse impacts local columnist.Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | Huntington News

    Our nation's number one threat may no longer emanate from a foreign entity, a rogue leader or even threat of war. I believe the liberal media has successfully propagated a vehement, political discourse that's become nothing short of a debilitating disease, spreading its effect throughout every bone and sinew of our nation, crippling our Republic and dividing the American people.

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  15. Downtown Cleanup SetRead the original story

    Saturday Aug 4 | Huntington News

    The Fourpole Creek Watershed Association, in partnership with the City of Huntington and the Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District, will host a downtown cleanup from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18. Volunteers will meet at Heritage Station shortly before 9 a.m. and will receive a litter stick, gloves and garbage bags.

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  16. Council Finance Committee Has Lengthy Agenda on Aug. 6Read the original story

    Friday Aug 3 | Huntington News

    The Finance/Administration Committee of Huntington City Council holds a 4:30 p.m. meeting Aug. 6 in council chambers at Huntington City Hall. 1. 2018-O-4 - AN ORDINANCE OF COUNCIL APPROVING AN OPTION AGREEMENT AND THE TRANSFER OF CERTAIN REAL ESTATE LOCATED AT 2812, 2814, 2820 AND 2822 8TH AVENUE TO AEP WEST VIRGINIA TRANSMISSION COMPANY, INC.

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  17. New program offers prescription discounts to low-income Marshall...Read the original story

    Friday Aug 3 | Huntington News

    The CHHRx program is designed to provide prescription discounts to individuals with incomes below the 200% federal poverty level, including those who: "Medication adherence is critical to patients' health, particularly those with chronic conditions. This program was created to help remove financial barriers that may be preventing patients from taking their medication as directed," said Jeffrey A. Fenerty, R.Ph., director of pharmacy services at Marshall Health.

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  18. Marshall to offer free screening of 'Recovery BoysRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | Huntington News

    The free screening will be at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 30, at the Joan C. Edwards Playhouse on Marshall University's Huntington campus. All are welcome.

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  19. Project Huntington: Defendant Netted in Operation Saigon Sunset...Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | Huntington News

    A Huntington man that was indicted for his role in a major, multi-state heroin and fentanyl network pled guilty today to a federal drug conspiracy charge, announced United States Attorney Mike Stuart. Terrell Redd, 43, entered his guilty plea to an indictment charging him with conspiracy to distribute heroin.

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  20. Project Huntington Defendant Pleads Guilty to Federal Gun and Drug ChargesRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | Huntington News

    A Huntington man who was arrested as part of Project Huntington pled guilty today in federal court to drug and gun charges, announced United States Attorney Mike Stuart. James Christopher Brady, 47, entered guilty pleas to distribution of crack cocaine and possession of an unregistered sawed-off shotgun before United States District Judge Robert C. Chambers.

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