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Taxpayers offered online access

August 26, 2014 ELKINS — Randolph County Sheriff Mark Brady gave the Randolph County Commission a report on a new service available to taxpayers. more »»

Center provides lifeline for juvenile offenders

August 26, 2014 CLARKSBURG — Officials with the West Virginia Division of Juvenile Justice are asking the West Virginia Legislature to look at expanding and improving the state’s youth reporting centers. more »»

Department of Corrections sees drop in inmates

August 26, 2014 BRIDGEPORT — West Virginia’s Justice Reinvestment Act already is showing positive results in reducing the number of inmates at Department of Corrections facilities, an official said Monda. more »»

United Way raises more than $16K

August 25, 2014 ELKINS — The Elkins-Randolph County United Way Auction may have changed venues this year, but its tradition of success remained, thanks to a plethora of support from the community. more »»

Capito: Let’s take America back

August 25, 2014 PARSONS — U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., rallied a large crowd Sunday, stressing the importance of coal, at the annual Tucker County Republican Picnic at Mill Race Park. more »»

Gee finishes 55-county tour of state

August 25, 2014 ELKINS — West Virginia University President E. Gordon Gee wrapped up his 55-county tour of the Mountain State Saturday with stops in Elkins and Pendleton County. more »»

MSFF Poker Run a huge hit

August 25, 2014 BEVERLY — Just weeks away, the Mountain State Forest Festival kicked into high gear Saturday with its annual Motorcycle Poker Run. more »»

Bluegrass fest draws biggest crowd ever

August 25, 2014 MONTROSE — A crowd of about 100 people enjoyed live acoustic music — despite intermittent rain showers — during the fourth annual Allegheny Highlands Trail Bluegrass Festival Saturday in Montrose. more »»

WVWC welcomes students

August 25, 2014 BUCKHANNON — Allie Hayes grew up around West Virginia Wesleyan College. The Buckhannon-Upshur High School graduate’s childhood home is two streets away from the campus. more »»

Little Free Libraries a success

August 25, 2014 BUCKHANNON — The word is spreading about Little Free Libraries. The libraries are small, decorative boxes, each with a unique appearance. And they’re showing up in more locations across the county. more »»

Wesleyan announces theater auditions

August 25, 2014 Members of the Wesleyan and Buckhannon communities are invited to open auditions for West Virginia Wesleyan’s Department of Theatre and Dance fall semester shows Auditions will be held from... more »»

Matlick crowned fair queen

August 25, 2014 PHILIPPI — Hundreds gathered at the Barbour County Fairgrounds Saturday to see the crowning of 2014 Barbour County Fair Queen Hanna Jene Matlic. more »»

Barbour Fair kicks off

August 25, 2014 PHILIPPI — The weather was beautiful on Sunday afternoon for the car show at the Barbour County Fairgrounds. Fifty-three cars and three motorcycles gathered at the ball field to show off. more »»

Farmers Market

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Tucker County Fair

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Tucker Senior Center trips planned

August 25, 2014 The Tucker County Senior Centers’ Myrtle Beach/Mayberry trip scheduled for Sept. 7-13 is full. The itineraries, luggage tags, etc. will be ready for pick up at the Senior Center Thursday. more »»

'Lack of Integrity'

August 23, 2014 CHARLESTON — The Judicial Hearing Board made stringent recommendations Friday to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in a case involving a Randolph County Circuit Court judg. more »»

Sugar Grove may become minimum-security prison

August 23, 2014 By Joan Ashley Staff Writer SUGAR GROVE — The state Division of Corrections (DOC) is evaluating the Sugar Grove Navy Base, scheduled to close next year, as a minimum-security facility for low... more »»

 
 

 

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