When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.—Dr. Hunter S. Thompson Thompson, …
Author: Henry Culvyhouse
Huntington has traditionally been a workingman’s town, a city literally built up on steel, rail and coal.
In some respects, all colleges are the same. There’s the class-to-class dash, the…
On the western edge of Huntington, just a mile or two before the floodwalls surrounding Ceredo-Kenova on U.S. 60 stands a West Virginian icon.
It's been a staple for 91 years.
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And in Huntington, there’s hardly a street without a hot dog stand.
The Mountain State still offers much for urban lovers, especially in Huntington, located in the state’s far-west, just across the Ohio River from Kentucky and Ohio.