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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – The Appalachian Queer Film Festival is making its way back to screens in West Virginia after a short hiatus. The festival will be from Friday to Sunday at the Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema in Charleston. Organizer Jon Matthews says the festival opened successfully in Lewisburg in 2015, but lost funding after… Read More
GOLDEN POND, Ky. (AP) — Counties across Kentucky are issuing burn bans amid dry conditions. This week, two counties along the Land Between the Lakes, Lyon and Livingston, are imposing burn bans because of the risk of wildfires. WKMS-FM reports there have been more than 70 counties in the state imposing the burn bans. Calloway, Ballard, Fulton… Read More
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A court appearance has been set for a West Virginia woman accused of falsely reporting that an Egyptian man tried to kidnap her daughter from a shopping mall. The Huntington Herald-Dispatch reports 24-year-old Santana Renee Adams is set to appear in court Thursday on a false report of an emergency charge. She faces… Read More
In 2008, stay-at-home Mom Rachel Stewart reentered the job market as the unqualified bookkeeper and office manager for a tiny company, Titan Restoration. She helped to grow the company, and now she’s the EVP, and Titan is an innovative industry leader. Rachel describes how she did it in her book, “Unqualified Success – Bridging the… Read More
Sharon Kirkpatrick’s life was forever changed when she lost her 20 year old son, Drew. In honor of Drew, she started the nonprofit Smiles From Drew, where she raises money to pay for kids to play and participate in extracurricular activities. Learn more about Smiles From Drew at www.smilesfromdrew.org!