Even after nearly 50 years, the memories are still raw.
Gone But Not Forgotten
It's the subtle and moving way the school remembers those killed in the 1970 plane crash.
This year marks the 47th anniversary of the Nov. 14, 1970, plane crash that claimed 75 lives including Marshall University football team members and several coaching staff is an important tradition.
Have fun and say “thank you” to these American heroes at the same time.
Until now, there’s been no official site to honor state road workers who died on the job. But after months of planning and hard work, the situation is changing.
It’s a familiar name in West Virginia. Especially the Eastern Panhandle, and for good reason.
Mamie Thurman was young, beautiful and wild. During the roaring twenties she lived in the town of Logan but opinions vary on how she lived.
The part of West Virginia’s past that didn’t get much attention, until recently.
Clay County’s “Wildman” is not as well known, but that makes his life no less legendary.
It’s been a long, lonely journey home for an American hero killed in Southeast Asia during World War II.