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Two facing drug charges

February 5, 2015 BUCKHANNON — Two people remained incarcerated Wednesday after separate drug arrests by the Upshur County Sheriff’s Office. more »»

Woman pleads guilty to conspiracy

February 5, 2015 ELKINS — A Parkersburg woman accused of conspiring to transport controlled substances into Huttonsville Correctional Center entered into a plea agreement Wednesday in Randolph County Circuit Court. more »»

Art campaign gaining support

February 5, 2015 BUCKHANNON — A plan to bring more public art to Upshur County continues to be sketched ou. more »»

State saw falling revenues in January

February 5, 2015 CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s revenues continued to decline in January and officials blame falling energy prices for a drop in severance tax collections. more »»

Bill would provide vaccination exemptions

February 5, 2015 PARKERSBURG — Health officials are opposed to a bill introduced in the state Legislature that would provide avenues to get exemptions from mandatory immunizations for school children. more »»

Wreck Snarls Traffic

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Road conditions keep Randolph officers busy

February 5, 2015 ELKINS — Slippery road conditions kept the Randolph County Sheriff’s Office busy while investigating three separate vehicle collisions in Randolph County. Chief Deputy B.. more »»

Hearing continued in sexual assault case

February 5, 2015 ELKINS — A preliminary hearing for an Elkins man accused of sexually assaulting an area woman was continued Wednesday in Randolph County Magistrate Court. Garrett . more »»

W.Va. Senate approves Home Rule expansion

February 5, 2015 CHARLESTON – The West Virginia Senate Wednesday approved a bill offering Home Rule to cities throughout the state, but has yet to take up a controversial bill seeking to repeal prevailing wage. more »»

Abortion bill introduced in House

February 5, 2015 CHARLESTON — A bill that would ban abortions at 20 weeks was introduced Tuesday in the West Virginia House of Delegates. more »»

Bull’s-Eye

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Medal Winners

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Randolph BOE member fires back

February 4, 2015 ELKINS — A Randolph County Board of Education member expressed her frustration Tuesday with Harman residents who have publicly criticized the BOE, going so far as to blame the residents for delays i... more »»

Downtown Initiatives

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Pharmacist sentenced to three years

February 4, 2015 ELKINS — The former mayor of Bridgeport, Mario Blount, a licensed pharmacist and part-time owner of Best Care Pharmacy, was sentenced to prison for unlawfully distributing painkillers Tuesday in U.. more »»

Elkins officials working to fix sewer bill errors

February 4, 2015 ELKINS — Some Elkins residents were surprised by an unexplained increase on their utility bills this month and city officials are working to correct any mistakes. “We’re not sure how it happened. more »»

Mardi Gras event set at Arts Center

February 4, 2015 ELKINS — The Randolph County Community Arts Center will offer its annual Mardi Gras celebration Friday evening. The event will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.. more »»

Nutrition program discussed

February 4, 2015 ELKINS — Child Nutrition Director Ladonna Rosencrance updated the Randolph County Board of Education on the county’s Child Nutrition Program Tuesday. more »»

Bill that would remove straight-ticket voting option passes Senate

February 4, 2015 CHARLESTON — A bill removing straight-ticket voting from election machines passed the West Virginia Senate Tuesday and will now be taken up by the House of Delegates. more »»

 
 
 

 

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