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Circleville resident enters plea agreement

July 12, 2012 A 19-year-old Circleville resident entered a guilty plea on July 9 in United States District Court in Clarksburg before Magistrate Judge John S. Kaull. United States Attorney William J. more »»

Homestead to host evening of dancing

May 23, 2012 Dancers wanted are wanted to come enjoy an evening of free Civil War-era music and dancing at the Sites Homestead, part of the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center, in Seneca Rocks. Beginning at 6:30 p.m. more »»

Substance abuse to be addressed

April 10, 2012 In hopes of gaining a better perspective of community awareness, the Pendleton County Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition, a group of the Potomac Highlands Substance Abuse Prevention Program, is... more »»

West Virginia banker named ICBA chairman-elect

March 29, 2012 William A. Loving, president and CEO of Pendleton Community Bank in Franklin, has been elected chairman-elect of the Independent Community Bankers of America for 2012-13. more »»

Person bitten by rabid raccoon

March 8, 2012 West Virginia officials want the public to help them find a person apparently bitten by a rabid raccoon while trying to remove it from a highwa. more »»

Franklin resident becomes WVU?mascot

March 5, 2012 West Virginia University senior Jonathan Kimble had a chance to wear the Mountaineer Mascot buckskins this school year as the alternate to Brock Burwell. more »»

‘Let’s Move’ grants awarded

February 14, 2012 Krystal Price, health and physical education teacher at Pendleton Middle School in Pendleton County, was the second teacher in RESA 8 to receive a “Let’s Move! WV” Grant. more »»

Upward Bound welcomes new participants

February 2, 2012 Upward Bound is a federally funded TRIO program designed to prepare high school students for post-secondary education. more »»

Pendleton students make dean’s list

January 31, 2012 Three Pendleton County residents have been named to the dean’s list at Shepherd University. more »»

ICBA?nominates new officers for 2012-2013

January 25, 2012 Washington, D.C. — A Franklin businessman is among the nominees chosen by the Independent Community Bankers of America for its 2012-2013 executive committee. more »»

Mathias-Baker EMS pays $1M to resolve allegations

November 17, 2011 BAKER — U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II recently announced that Mathias-Baker EMS in Baker has paid $1,068,717. more »»

Local group celebrates World Habitat Day

October 7, 2011 Habitat for Humanity marked a major milestone Oct. 3 when it dedicated its 500,000th house in Maai Mahiu, Kenya, and began construction on its 500,001st house in Paterson, N.J. more »»

Habitat group selected for green-building partnership

September 24, 2011 Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity, based in Franklin, has been selected to participate in a national green-building initiative of The Home Depot Foundation and Habitat for Humanity International,... more »»

Youths spend summer giving back

September 13, 2011 FRANKLIN — This summer, seven local youths dedicated 8 weeks of their summer vacation to serving Pendleton County by participating in Almost Heaven Habitat for Humanity’s Summer Internship Program. more »»

Fire, rescue squads receive $70,000

July 21, 2011 WASHINGTON, D.C. — U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller on Wednesday joined with Microsoft Vice President Fred Humphries, Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC) Federal Co-Chair Earl F. Gohl, and U.S. Se. more »»

State BOE?president visits RESA 8

June 17, 2011 Priscilla Haden, president of the West Virginia Board of Education, recently visited the RESA 8 Council. Each member of the state BOE visits a RESA, and Haden selected RESA 8. more »»

RESA VIII conducts emergency vehicle class

June 16, 2011 Mike Alt, an instructor for RESA 8, recently conducted a 16-hour emergency vehicle operations class at the Upper Tract Training Center. more »»



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