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Higgins resigning from Elkins Council

Local News

ELKINS — A first-term Elkins City Council member is resigning his position effective today before leaving town to pursue a new job opportunity. The resignation of Third Ward representative Clint Higgins, who was elected in March 2021, will be discussed during tonight’s council ...

‘Jingle’ Christmas Parade planned in Elkins Friday

Local News

ELKINS — The Elkins-Randolph County Chamber is encouraging local residents to come out and celebrate the holiday season when it hosts its annual “Jingle All the Way Christmas Parade” Friday. This year’s parade is set for 6 p.m. and will begin at the intersection of 11th Street and ...

Two holiday bazaars set for Saturday

Local News

ELKINS — For those who enjoy traditional Christmas Bazaars during the holiday season, this is the weekend to fuel the car up and head out-and-about. That’s because there is not one, but two bazaars scheduled for the immediate area on Saturday. Both promise to offer an abundance of items ...

Justice: W.Va.’s COVID-19 state of emergency to end Jan. 1

Local News

CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s state of emergency for COVID-19 will end nearly three years since Gov. Jim Justice first issued the order, but the proclamation ending the state of emergency was issued quietly nearly 20 days ago taking many by surprise.  According to a proclamation issued ...

Nurse recognized at Mon Health Medical Center

Communities

MORGANTOWN — Melissa “Missy” Earnest, RN, of Mon Health Medical Center was recently honored with The DAISY Award For Extraordinary Nurses. Awarded to nurses quarterly at Mon Health Medical Center, The DAISY Award is part of the DAISY Foundation’s programs to recognize the super-human ...