- Guyandotte River Readied for Huntington Drinking Water Supply
- Generation Huntington Nominees due Friday
- Police Chief Speaks About Prostitution at Coffee with a Cop
- Sustainability Concert Saturday
- "My Brother, My Brother & Me" Sunday Night at City Hall Auditorium
- McConaughey Tweets "Long Way from 1971..."
- RECALLS THIS WEEK: Girls' Hoodies, Toy Monkey, and Other Product Recalls
- Marshall Athletics Ticket Office Hours Announced
- Testing Shows Presence of Toxin in Ohio River above Huntington
- Pre Christmas Live Theatricals
Scenes with Huntington's Higher Mortal Superheroes
However, since the heroes celebrated the life of Tracy Evans, here's a portion of what assistant principal, Laura Casey, told those gathered Monday, May 19:
"He was a strong little boy who faced many challenging days that for an adult would have been hard. He chose to start each day with all the strength possible and make the best of his short life here on Earth. He made many friends, he fought a good fight, never gave up, and won his battle by crossing over to his Maker to enjoy eternal life without pain and sorrow. He will be greatly missed by all at Central City and it was our privilege to get to know and love him. We will continue to have the privilege to work with his parents and siblings at school. Tracy was an inspiration , and he will never be forgotten in our thoughts."