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Officer to seek indictment in dismissed meth case

SALYERSVILLE - While a methamphetamine-related case was dismissed last week, the arresting officer clarified the reason behind the dismissal and assured that he will be sending the case to grand jury. On November 2, Salyersville Police Department's Officer Mike Nickels pulled over Sandra Dee Baldwin


Man admits to setting apartment on fire

SALYERSVILLE - A Magoffin County man is behind bars for allegedly starting a fire in his apartment on Allen Drive late Saturday night. Late Saturday, November 18, Salyersville Police Department Officer Mike Nickels was called to Allen Drive in Salyersville in regards to a structure fire. When he arr


The View from Puncheon Creek: A PROUD CULTURE EXPLOITED

We hill people, properly Appalachians, have been among the most exploited populations ever to have inhabited this celestial orb we call earth. We have been lied to, talked bad about, and robbed at every turn. We have been stereotyped as lazy bearded drunks prone to violence and mayhem. We were keep



The HWMS Christian Youth Club collected 62 boxes for the Operation Christmas Child Shoe Box Project. These students worked exceptionally hard to make the boxes special for the less fortunate children in other countries. We are learning first hand that it is more Blessed to give than to receive.


Victoria Beckham dresses up as turkey for Thanksgiving

Victoria Beckham celebrated by Thanksgiving by dressing up as a turkey. The 43-year-old star got into the holiday spirit yesterday (23.11.17) by taking to Instagram Stories to show off a snap of herself wearing a feathered bodysuit, which may have been Photoshopped, while lying on the floor. She cap

ROGERSVILLE REVIEW - 2017-11-24 11:00:00

Thanksgiving meals served and delivered

The luscious aroma of roast turkey and the echoing greeting of "Happy Thanksgiving" filled the air inside the Salvation Army Center of Hope kitchen and all around loading docks at Good Samaritan Ministries Tuesday as Johnson City's charitable ministries kicked off the holiday's feasting for anyone i

JOHNSON CITY PRESS - 2017-11-23 07:27:00

View on Film: Beauty and the feast

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! It's one of my favorite days of the year. One thing I love about the holidays: People have a reason (or are forced) to get together and celebrate life. So, on this fourth Thursday in November, it's time to host a celebration of food, football and, of co


Heidi Montag: It was love at first sight with Spencer Pratt

Heidi Montag says it was "love at first sight" with Spencer Pratt. The 'Hills' star marked the couple's nine year anniversary with a gushing tribute to him on Instagram, where she described every moment with him as a "blessing". Captioning a photo of the pair clutching their young son Gunner Stone,


Back in the Day: Did Riverside man witness a hold up or a car break down on dark, lonely highway in 1922?

Thomas Kenna, of North Orange Street in Riverside, called the Riverside County Sheriff's Department a little after 7 p.m. on Feb. 5, 1922, with an alarming report. He said he'd seen a group of motorists being held up at gunpoint on the Los Angeles Highway between Riverside and Wineville. According t

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-23 18:00:07

Road closures for Festival of Lights switch-on in downtown Riverside and other tips

Last year, the city estimated that 70,000 people packed the area around the Mission Inn. This year, it's expected to be even more packed - with an estimated crowd of 90,000 people - now that "Footloose" singer Kenny Loggins will be performing. Before you head out to check out the lights and firework

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-23 19:00:22

Early morning fire at Riverside home displaces several people

Several people had to find places to go after a fire ripped through their Riverside home early Friday morning, City of Riverside Fire Department officials said. Firefighters battled heavy smoke and fire at a home in the 2800 block of Fairmount Blvd around 3 a.m., according to news release. Crews wor

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-24 16:16:49

Elderly Riverside man missing, last seen driving on an Orange County freeway

An elderly Riverside man with dementia went missing Tuesday, Nov. 21, while driving to a funeral in Santa Ana, Riverside police said Wednesday night. Irving Alvin Davis, 98, was last seen driving west on the 91 freeway approaching the southbound 55 freeway interchange in Orange County, Riverside pol

OCREGISTER - 2017-11-23 07:02:44

Riverside County scholarship donors who awarded more than $75,000 to be thanked

Donors who helped more than two dozen Riverside County students receive scholarships will be recognized when the Riverside County Office of Education Foundation holds its annual Sponsor Recognition Event on Tuesday, Nov. 28. The foundation seeks to provide support to students and families who are di

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-23 17:00:39

Donate Life's Rose Parade float salutes late Riverside teen's wish to donate his organs

Thirteen-year-old Giovanni Valle was curious when he noticed a pink dot on his father's driver's license. His father, Rafael Valle Sr., told his son it meant he was an organ donor and that, when he died, his organs and tissue would be given to those in need. Giovanni said that, when he got his drive

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 17:29:33

Christmas lovers go all out in decorating at Festival of Trees in Riverside

For the past decade, Patricia Holguin has sought to bring a children's book to life in the form of a decorated Christmas tree. Holguin, an instructional assistant at Moreno Valley Unified School District, picks books to animate for Riverside's annual Festival of Trees every year in hopes of inspirin

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-23 00:57:42

Thanksgiving meal introduces UC Riverside international students to country, each other

They're thousands of miles from home, separated from nearly everyone they know. While most share Thanksgiving with family, these international students at UC Riverside gathered with each other to enjoy juicy turkey, fresh pumpkin pie and thankful conversations. As with the first Thanksgiving, the fi

RIVERSIDE PRESS ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 21:07:04

Colchester Rotary Club, Liberty Bank raise funds

The Colchester Rotary Club and the local Liberty Bank branch recently raised $6,363 to help pay for the annual community Thanksgiving drive. The Colchester Rotary Club and the local Liberty Bank branch recently raised $6,363 to help pay for the annual community Thanksgiving drive. The Liberty Bank F


Stores hope deals, excitement draw shoppers for Black Friday

Anne D'innocenzio, Ap Retail Writer Some of the earliest Black Friday shoppers braved cold weather and stood alone in Massachusetts as they awaited doorbuster deals. The Bay State is one of only three states prohibiting stores from opening Thanksgiving evening. (Nov. 23) NEW YORK (AP) - Stores are h

NEW HAVEN REGISTER - 2017-11-24 00:08:12

'Connecticut Christmas Carol' uses state figures as the story's fabled characters

Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" and its tale of selfishness and redemption has not only thrived through generations of readers and theater- and movie-goers. It has also been reimagined in creatively varied incarnations. The latest variation boasts a Connecticut twist. It uses legendary Nutmeg S

THEDAY - 2017-11-24 08:01:00

Area shoppers seek out Thanksgiving sales

Waterford - Area shoppers flocked to stores Thanksgiving afternoon and evening to jump on some of the season's best deals, including a 50-inch smart television at Best Buy. Tiffany Loftis of Norwich and Zachary Valentine and Trisha Carroll of New London were the first in line at the store, all plann

THEDAY - 2017-11-23 23:59:59