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Campbell files for Senate bid

January 19, 2016 ELKINS — Delegate Denise Campbell, D-Randolph, has announced she will run for the seat of senator representing the West Virginia 11th Senatorial District in the upcoming electio. more »»

Shooting death probe ongoing

January 19, 2016 ELKINS — An investigation is still ongoing into the shooting death of a 26-year-old Elkins resident who allegedly pointed a shotgun at police officers trying to serve a search warrant Friday night. more »»

Rotary Club of Elkins officials hosting South Korean student

January 19, 2016 ELKINS — Local families are serving as hosts to a South Korean exchange student who is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Elkins. more »»


January 18, 2016 ELKINS — Those attending Sunday’s commemoration and celebration of the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in Elkins were given a message about the importance of community. more »»

Bill would require photo ID for voting

January 18, 2016 By Emily Daniels For The Inter-Mountain MARTINSBURG — Senate Bill 5, which will require voters to present photo identification before casting a ballot, will be a top priority for the new year in Wes... more »»

Man killed in shooting

January 18, 2016 ELKINS — An Elkins man is dead after allegedly pointing a shotgun at police who were attempting to serve a search warrant at a Ward Avenue residence, according to the West Virginia State Police. more »»

Barbour hoping to attract Amish

January 18, 2016 BARBOUR COUNTY — The Barbour County Economic Development Authority is inviting Ohio Amish to consider Barbour as an area for resettlement and business expansion. more »»

Smith to run for 14th Senatorial District

January 18, 2016 THOMAS — Delegate Randy E. Smith, R- Preston, threw his name in the hat for the 14th Senatorial District in the upcoming primary election during his regular town hall meeting on Saturday in Thomas. more »»

Lighting Up Downtown

January 18, 2016 more »»

January is Cervical Health Awareness Month

January 18, 2016 PHILIPPI — Barbour County Health Department employees and the Department of Health and Human Resources’ West Virginia Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program are promoting January as Cervical... more »»

Dailey man charged with incest, assault

January 18, 2016 ELKINS — A Randolph County man is behind bars after allegedly sexually assaulting a juvenile family member. Charles LeRoy Scott Jr. more »»

Fire departments battle Upshur County house fire

January 18, 2016 KESLING MILL — Several Upshur County fire departments were battling a structure fire at press time Sunday night in hazardous winter conditions and were calling for assistance from Barbour Count. more »»

Gary Clay named to Red Cross post

January 16, 2016 ELKINS — After 25 years of service in four states, local resident Gary Clay has accepted a new challenge. more »»

Officials weigh in on right to work

January 16, 2016 CHARLESTON — Local legislators had plenty to say about the first week of the 2016 Legislative Session, much of it having to do with Senate Bill 1, the Workplace Freedom Act. Sen. more »»

Game Night

January 16, 2016 more »»

Charges dismissed in assault case

January 16, 2016 ELKINS — Charges were dismissed without prejudice Friday against a Huttonsville man who had been accused of attempting to run another man over with his vehicle. more »»

Winter won’t stop Philippi Covered Bridge renovations

January 16, 2016 PHILIPPI — There are no plans to halt restoration work on the historic Philippi Covered Bridge for the winter, officials said. more »»

Fire breaks out at Dairy Queen

January 15, 2016 ELKINS — Drive-through customers looking for a cool ice cream treat got a blazing surprise Thursday evening as a fire broke out at the rear portion of the Dairy Queen restaurant property. more »»

Area officials react to 2016 State of State

January 15, 2016 ELKINS — Despite the Mountain State’s apparent and much-discussed budget woes, local officials share Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin’s optimism for a better tomorro. more »»



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