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Hair from the Herd marks tenth year of donations

Alexis Leach, Reporter

The WMUL-FM staff marked their 10th year of Hair from the Herd Thursday on the Memorial Student Center plaza. Hair from the Herd is an annual event held by WMUL-FM radio staff. They take donations of h...

April 28, 2017

Justice makes announcements concerning higher education

Kylee Hurley, Reporter

Gov. Jim Justice has made announcements this week concerning numerous bills and a special session after vetoing the budget bill in April. Justice has been reviewing much of the legislation passed from ...

April 28, 2017

‘Empty Bowls’ helps to fill stomachs

Sadie Helmick

Bowls created by Marshall students and volunteers were available for purchase at the annual Empty Bowls event to raise funds for Facing Hunger Foodbank.

‘Empty Bowls’ helps to fill stomachs

Sadie Helmick, Reporter

Empty Bowls teamed up with Facing Hunger Foodbank and Marshall University Friday to have the 14th Annual Empty Bowls event at the First Presbyterian Church in Huntington. Empty Bowls is a fundraiser ...

April 28, 2017

Documentary journalism course to showcase documentaries created by students

Adam Stephens, Reporter

Students looking for a break from the stress of final exams next week will have the opportunity to take their minds off of their exams by attending a free screening of documentaries created by Marshall...

April 27, 2017

Ohio River Valley Red Cross makes a difference in community

Caitlin Fowkles, Contributor

Debbie Smith’s first disaster run was to Ironton, Ohio for a house fire about three years ago. The home was destroyed, black smoke billowing from what was left. A man, illuminated by the bright lights...

April 27, 2017

Recovery Point benefits from United Way of the River Cities

Olivia Zarilla, Contributor

One thing is clear in 45-year-old Bobby Meadows’ mind. He said if he had not begun recovery for his addiction, “I’d probably be spending my life in prison or be dead.” His story, however, is not...

April 27, 2017

Police Blotter

Heather Barker, Reporter

Petit Larceny April 12, MUPD received a call from a resident stating a bike from the bike rack outside  Freshman North residence hall was being stolen by an unknown male. The suspect cut the lock from the rack a...

April 27, 2017

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Strawberry Pie Week wraps up at Jim’s Restaurant

Strawberry Pie Week wraps up at Jim’s Restaurant

Franklin Norton, Features Editor

  Every year, for only one week a year, a line forms out the door and down the sidewalk at Jim’s Restaurant in Huntington. On the door of Jim’s reads a familiar sign to many local residents: strawberry pie ...

May 20, 2017No Comments

Maier Award Winner Jackson Armstrong

May 1, 2017

Brian Michael Reed: Big Mind, Bigger Heart

May 1, 2017

Local nonprofit seeks to ‘ReBUILD’ community

May 1, 2017

Little time makes big difference

Little time makes big difference

May 1, 2017

Comic book club established at Marshall

April 27, 2017

Free Your Footwear fits families

Free Your Footwear fits families

April 27, 2017

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN:’  Providing a message to the media via lyrical content

Kendrick Lamar’s ‘DAMN:’ Providing a message to the media via lyrical content

April 24, 2017

Theatre course and Clint McElroy to present ‘Love/Sick’

April 24, 2017

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