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ERCC cuts ribbon for new unit

October 23, 2014 ELKINS — Elkins Rehabilitation & Care Center officials cut the ribbon on the facility’s new dementia unit Wednesday. more »»

Arbough enters new plea agreement

October 23, 2014 ELKINS — Just one day after backing out of a plea agreement, a Whitmer man decided to go through with a deal Wednesday in Randolph County Circuit Court. more »»

Drugs a topic at town hall

October 23, 2014 BUCKHANNON — The officer held up an average red backpack that looked like it could belong to any teenager. Piece by piece, Cpl. more »»

Accident victims ID’d

October 23, 2014 PHILIPPI — The three people killed in a collision between a Philippi Fire Department fire engine and a small car were identified by police Wednesday. more »»

Jackson presents 2014 Ford Warriors in Pink Quilt to DMC

October 23, 2014 ELKINS — A special quilt recognizing the fight against breast cancer was unveiled and presented to Davis Medical Center Wednesda. more »»

Early Voting Begins

October 23, 2014 more »»

VIPS creating alliance

October 23, 2014 BUCKHANNON — The Buckhannon Police Department is forging new community partnerships with its Volunteers in Police Service (VIPS) Program. more »»

City man charged with grand larceny

October 23, 2014 ELKINS — An Elkins man is behind bars after allegedly stealing a bicycle that was parked outside of a convenience stor. more »»

Upshur woman facing drug charge

October 23, 2014 ADRIAN — An Adrian woman remained in jail Wednesday on drug charges for allegedly selling prescription pills. Thameson Eileen Davis, 55, of P.O. more »»

Philippi McDonald’s crowded for opening

October 23, 2014 PHILIPPI — Despite the chilly, rainy weather, the line was long as customers anticipated the opening of the new Philippi McDonald’s on Wednesday. The restaurant opened for the first time at 10:22 a.m. more »»

Progress continues on special license plate

October 23, 2014 HARMAN — The Dryfork Recreation Center’s “In God We Trust” License Plate Committee is accepting information from anyone interested in receiving an application for the new plate. more »»

Doctors: APRN changes not needed

October 23, 2014 CHARLESTON — Doctors recently spoke against changes to how advanced practice registered nurses are regulated in West Virginia. more »»

W.Va. jails to offer financial courses to inmates

October 23, 2014 CHARLESTON — Regional jails in West Virginia will offer financial education courses to inmates to help them avoid becoming repeat offenders. more »»

State’s regional jail rates likely to remain unchanged

October 23, 2014 CHARLESTON— The head of the regional jail system in West Virginia says the per inmate cost to house inmates is unlikely to increase in the next two years, but the state could reach a “breaking point... more »»

Randolph BOE takes Harman, Coalton, Homestead schools off closure list

October 22, 2014 ELKINS — Facing a room packed with supporters of the temporarily closed Harman School, the Randolph County Board of Education voted unanimously Tuesday to upgrade Harman and two other schools from... more »»

High Court to consider Wilfong’s fate on bench

October 22, 2014 CHARLESTON — Randolph County Circuit Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong sat next to her husband Tuesday as her legal counsel pleaded for mercy on her behalf before the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals. more »»

Fire truck, car collide in Barbour County

October 22, 2014 PHILIPPI — A fire engine and a small car collided in a fatal accident Tuesday evening, although police would not release the number of dead or injured by presstime. About a mile of U.S. more »»

Arbough backs out of plea deal in sexual assault, abduction case

October 22, 2014 ELKINS — A Whitmer man accused of sexually assaulting a juvenile chose not to follow through with a plea agreement during a hearing Tuesday in Randolph County Circuit Cour. more »»

‘Mountain Arts District’ discussed

October 22, 2014 ELKINS — Concerned individuals met Tuesday to brainstorm about how to proceed locally with a renewed sense of vigor in displaying the culture and art of Elkins. more »»

Officials want students to learn hands-only CPR

October 22, 2014 CHARLESTON — West Virginia lawmakers are considering making hands-only CPR training a graduation requirement for the state’s high schools. more »»



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