DEAR JILL: I want to tell you what happened to me at the self-checkout lane. I only had a few things to buy, so I scanned them in. Then I scanned my coupons, but one of them did not scan. I pressed the button for assistance, and a worker came over to help. Before she even tried to scan the c…

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Campsites featuring pre-pitched, deck-mounted, canvas-wall tents equipped with queen-size memory-foam mattresses, side tables, propane heaters and solar showers are now available at Hawks Nest and Cacapon state parks. They also will accommodate guests starting June 14 at Lost River and Black…

HUNTINGTON — Zip lining, rock climbing and new aerial obstacle courses providing ample family fun are now available at Heritage Farm Museum and Village’s new Adventure Park, which opened Saturday.

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CHARLESTON — A year after COVID-19 shutdowns ended an 18-year streak of West Virginia Lottery gross revenue topping the $1 billion mark, the Lottery has again topped $1 billion for the 2020-21 budget year, director John Myers told the Lottery Commission on Tuesday.

DEAR JILL: If a shopper uses a fake coupon to buy laundry detergent, who pays? I used to think the store would take the loss, but a friend who works at a supermarket told me that most times, the brand will pay the store anyway for the fake coupon when they submit it for reimbursement so the …

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PENTRESS — After two years of hacking their way west through the wilds of colonial America in a meticulously calibrated straight line, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon brought their historic survey to an end two miles northeast of this Monongalia County community on Oct. 11, 1767.

DEAR JILL: I saw something in my grocery circular recently and wondered what you would think of this. My grocery store is selling fresh boneless chicken breasts for $1.89 per pound in a “family pack” size of 3 pounds or more. But the fine print under that sale price says that standard size p…