AP
  • Comments

Millions more Americans just became eligible for COVID-19 boosters, but figuring out who’s eligible and when can be confusing. And adding to the challenge is that this time around, people can choose a different brand of vaccine for that extra dose.

As I peered out my office window this week, I could see leaves dropping from their summertime perches high in the trees. I could also see squirrels burying their cache of acorns across the yard — a sure indication that harvest time is near and winter is indeed coming.

I’m often asked if I shop regularly at warehouse clubs, or if warehouse clubs will save money over shopping at the supermarket. While I had a warehouse club membership prior to stepping up my couponing skills, I let it lapse after I realized that I was bringing groceries home for lower price…

  • Comments

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Yellowstone National Park Superintendent Cam Sholly has every square foot of pavement mapped out in the 2.2 million acre park. He’s scrutinizing the 1,750 acres of pavement in the hope of finding answers to the rising traffic congestion.

  • Comments

CHARLESTON — While the sun set over West Virginia on Wednesday evening, the state Legislature convened to finish its work for the 2021 redistricting process.

  • Comments

HUNTINGTON — As Marshall University’s Board of Governors is set to make a final decision on the next leader of the university, search committee members said they are happy with how the hiring process has played out.

DEAR JILL: I have a question about electronic coupons in my store’s shopping app. The way I usually utilize these is to look at the app on the day that the new ad comes out so I can see if any coupons look good with the sales.

CHARLESTON — William S. Thompson took the oath of office last week to become the United States Attorney for the Southern District of West Virginia. President Joseph R. Biden Jr. announced Thompson’s nomination on Aug. 10, and the Senate confirmed him on Oct. 5. Thompson was sworn in by Chief…

HUNTINGTON — Marshall University will mark its 2021 Winter Commencement on Saturday, Dec. 11, with two separate ceremonies at the Mountain Health Arena, according to a news release. The two ceremonies will allow for fewer people attending at one time and provide the arena with time to saniti…

  • Comments

WAYNE — The case against a Prichard, West Virginia, man accused of killing his wife and then hiding her dead body in the trunk of a car is expected to be presented to a grand jury next month.

DEAR JILL: I have a question about electronic coupons in my store’s shopping app. The way I usually utilize these is to look at the app on the day that the new ad comes out so I can see if any coupons look good with the sales.

  • Comments

Funds to promote the premiere pedaling and paddling trails in 15 northern counties and connect Elk River Rail and Water Trail users with nearby amenities were included in more than $12 million in grants the Appalachian Regional Commission awarded to projects across West Virginia.