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- Huntington Police Arrest Four Involved in Heoin Investigation
- "What the Night Can Do" begins filming in Lewisburg Sep. 26
- Huntington man first sentenced for role in drug ring; Over $180,000 Forfeited
- Marshall’s Leper of Pickens documentary film to be featured in WV FILMmakers Festival Oct. 1
- Hallowed WTC Steel Relics Arrive in Huntington IMAGES
- Heroin dealer residing near Marshall University sentenced to federal prison for drug crime
- Rooster's Hosts Princess Night with Mickey and Minnie Mouse IMAGES
- Huntington man pleads guilty to cocaine conspiracy charge
- Huntington's Union Contracts Expire September 30
Smith's "Ladybeard" Wins WV Feature of Year
Best Animation: "Oh Willy . . ."
Produced by Ben Teseur & Nidia Santiago.
$200 Cash Award, Sponsored by Bank of Gassaway.
Best Short Film: "Miracle Boy"
Produced by Jason Brown & Jake Mahaffy.
$200 Cash Award, Sponsored by Sutton Moose Lodge
Best Student Short Film: "Thyme"
Producer/Director Max Lincoln.
$100 Cash Award, Sponsored by Burl C. Adkins
Best Short Documentary: "Going Dark: The Final Days of Film Projection"
Produced by Jason Gwynn & Jay Sheldon
$200 Cash Award, Sponsored by Bernard Mauser, Esq.
Best Feature Documentary: "Where's the Fair?"
Produced by Brad Bear
$300 Cash Award, Sponsored by West Virginia Filmmakers Guild
Best Feature: "Ladybeard"
Directed by David Smith
$300 Cash Award, Sponsored by Senator Doug Facemire