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By Rick Steelhammer
KIMBALL, W. Va. - A $1.5 million restoration project underway in Kimball could keep the Houston Coal Company Store - perhaps the best preserved of more than 100 company stores that once operated in the coal camps of McDowell County during the first half of the 20th century - intact and operating into the 22nd century.
By Kate White
A Raleigh County man is suing the town of Sophia and its police department claiming his constitutional rights were violated and that he was subjected to excessive force, battery and was falsely arrested. Travis Lane Honaker, 43, filed the lawsuit in U. S. District Court in Beckley, also against Sophia's town council for failing to properly train Patrolman Z.
By Eric Eyre
When state inspectors descended on pain clinics in Beckley and Charleston earlier this year, they found numerous infractions: outdated and improperly stored medications, no infection-control plans, doctors without adequate pain management training and absent owners. The inspections prompted three clinics to close, and a fourth is expected to shut down next month.
Rita was a patient at a United Way Partner Agency clinic for several years. After a problem with her vision, they referred her to a local eye clinic for a thorough examination. At her appointment, she was diagnosed with a detached retina and scheduled for surgery. Rita has a language barrier and no telephone service, so an agency staff member visited her home and workplace regularly to ensure her issues were addressed.
By Caitlin Cook
Now that political tides are shifting in favor of industrial hemp, Eric Mathis would like to see West Virginia seize an economic opportunity. "We're seeing a lot of trends in green technologies," said Mathis, president of the West Virginia Hemp Industries Association. Glass, plastics and an assortment of other materials can be made with hemp, Mathis said.
One of the conclusions of the post-mortems of the 2014 state elections was the failure of state Democrats to head off the red wave by differentiating themselves from their GOP rivals. Then-state Democratic Party chairman Larry Puccio was comparatively placid in the face of GOP attacks on statewide and legislative candidates, and while labor-funded Honest West Virginians PAC mounted a nearly $1.4 million ad campaign in the Democrats' defense, the ads were terribly ineffective, making nebulous claims about how the Republican challengers were puppets of Don Blankenship and the Koch brothers, and favored things such as ending Social Security and Medicaid.