Pottery group preps for Empty Bowls

HUNTINGTON — Marshall University's Keramos Clay Club lent a hand Saturday as volunteers worked for four hours making homemade clay bowls for the annual Empty Bowls fundraiser during an Empty Bowls Open Studio day at the Art Warehouse. MU President Jerry Gilbert paid a visit to the ceramics studio to help make bowls for this year's

Food Banks Are Overflowing With Milk

Tariffs announced by the Trump administration have led to a glut of milk in the United States. Food pantries are suffering because they're deluged with milk and have no way to store or distribute it. read more

INTO students volunteer for Facing Hunger Foodbank

Some places in West Virginia lack access to fresh meat and vegetables, forcing them to buy more processed foods, a Marshall University instructor said yesterday. INTO instructor Lindsay Anderson has been teaching a class about food insecurity, food deserts and the importance of becoming involved to solve these issues. Anderson and her INTO class went

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