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Library association to honor reporter
- at the Charleston House Holiday Inn, an Intellectual Freedom Award will be presented to Gazette investigative reporter Paul Nyden for his articles on Gov. Cecil Underwood's plan to ban sex from computers. The subject of Internet censoring...
Published: Sunday, October 29, 2000
Riverside Community Education offering classes
- Flower arranging, quilting and computers are just a few of the subjects that will be taught this fall at Riverside High School Community Education. The following classes begin later this month (to register, call 348-1996, ext. 316):...
Published: Thursday, September 14, 2000
Quarry owner Morris won't compromise , Snowshoe Mountain
- Paul J. Nyden SUNDAY GAZETTE-MAIL Snowshoe Mountain Resort President Steve Rice criticized the owner of a limestone quarry who wants to expand blasting and trucking operations near the entrance to the state's premier ski resort. "If...
Published: Sunday, January 16, 2000
- story, you learn that coal production fell 11.6 million tons last year, on top of a 6 percent reduction the previous year. Nyden also informs us that Logan County, where significant mountaintop mining occurs, suffered a 7 million ton...
Published: Saturday, August 26, 2000
Felines in the flower bed ? Here's help
- Dear Readers: The hot topic this week is how to keep cats out of your flower bed. "Cat-astrophe in Tennessee" is the one who started this lively exchange, and the responses have been both informative and amusing. Bruce H. in Shamokin,...
Published: Monday, July 17, 2000
'By the grace of Allegheny Wood Products' Loosen up about
- to rewrite, as it were, the unwritten customs of West Virginia with regard to usage of the Blackwater Canyon Rail Trail. Nyden quoted McDaniel as saying, "You [the Sierra Club chapter] are subjecting my client to the potential burden...
Published: Friday, February 11, 2000
Stellar Coffee to open Summers Street shop
- STAFF WRITER A new coffee shop on Summers Street in downtown Charleston should be open by summer, one of the shop's developers told the Charleston Urban Renewal Authority board Wednesday. Board members unanimously approved the preliminary...
Published: Thursday, February 10, 2000
MUSEUM EXHIBITS AROUND THE REGION
- W.Va., countryside and some of its older residents. Oct. 9 to 27: "Woven Harmony," Southwestern tapestries by Rebecca Bluestone, weaver from Santa Fe, N.M; she will offer the performance program "Woven Harmony" at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 27...
Published: Sunday, September 10, 2000
Best bet An event worth noting
- Robert and Rebecca Bluestone offer classical music, weaving instruction and more. The guitarist will also perform at 3 p.m. Nov. 12 at the Museum in the Community, Hurricane, in an event jointly sponsored by the museum and the Clay...
Published: Thursday, November 02, 2000
Belle furniture shop features Amish products Amish Land
- METRO STAFF Tammy Clay-Wills' friendship with Amish families in Ohio has resulted in a new shop in Belle that features their handcrafted furniture. Clay-Wills' new business is called Amish Land, and it features the solid oak furniture...
Published: Thursday, October 26, 2000