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PSC: Municipal water utilities need regulated

November 19, 2014 CHARLESTON — The head of the West Virginia Public Service Commission says municipal and public water utilities must have oversight and deregulation would only increase costs for them and ultimately ... more »»

Wilfong resigns

November 18, 2014 ELKINS — Randolph County Circuit Court Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong has resigned her position in the wake of an extramarital affair with a former county employee. more »»

Knife will not be evidence in trial

November 18, 2014 ELKINS — A motion was made in Randolph County Circuit Court Monday to exclude all evidence handled by a former West Virginia State Police trooper in a murder case, with defense attorneys claiming th... more »»

Hearing set in child abuse case

November 18, 2014 ELKINS — A hearing for a Montrose man accused of allegedly spanking a child in his care and leaving bruises is set for this wee. more »»

Museum prepared for opening

November 18, 2014 ELKINS — Jim Schoonover, president of the West Virginia Railroad Museum and vice chairman of the West Virginia Rail Authority, spoke to fellow Rotarians Monday about the new museum slated to open i... more »»

Harman elementary students return to school

November 18, 2014 ELKINS — Officials said the first day back in Harman School for elementary students went smoothly. “It went great,” Principal Tammy Daniels said. “I couldn’t be happier. more »»

Upshur Chamber learns about marketing

November 18, 2014 BUCKHANNON — Jens Kiel, a marketing professional and creative strategist, shared his expertise with the Buckhannon-Upshur Chamber of Commerce Monday. more »»

Hearing continued in forgery case

November 18, 2014 ELKINS — A hearing for an Elkins woman accused of using checks belonging to another individual was continued Monday in Randolph County Magistrate Court. more »»

DEP: Drill cuttings not a concern

November 18, 2014 CHARLESTON — Representatives of the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection Monday downplayed concerns over drilling waste in county landfills, saying testing at numerous sites found... more »»

College students encouraged to take 15 hours a semester

November 18, 2014 CHARLESTON — College students should be taking a minimum of 15 credit hours a semester to graduate on time, higher education officials in West Virginia said Monday. more »»

GOP Chairman Conrad Lucas talks successes

November 17, 2014 Editor’s note: It’s been more than 80 years since Republicans have had any control in the West Virginia House and Senate. Come January, the GOP will control both chambers. more »»

Judge sides with county

November 17, 2014 FRANKLIN — No nude or semi-nude dancing will be allowed at the Golden Angels Cabaret in Brandywine, according to a permanent injunction handed down in Pendleton County Circuit Court earlier this... more »»

Ribbon Cutting

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Fall Week of Prayer

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Snow, sleet to usher in low temps

November 15, 2014 ELKINS — Snow and freezing rain are in the forecast for this weekend, followed by single-digit temperatures in some areas — but we shouldn’t blame the Polar Vortex, a meteorologist said. more »»

Arrest made in alleged hospital theft

November 15, 2014 ELKINS — An Elkins man is behind bars, accused of stealing a purse from an employee at Davis Medical Center. more »»

Elkins prescription fraud case continued

November 15, 2014 ELKINS — A preliminary hearing for an Elkins woman accused of altering prescriptions was continued Friday in Randolph County Magistrate Court. more »»

Polar Express model train to be raffled

November 15, 2014 ELKINS — The West Virginia Railroad Museum is raffling off a Polar Express-themed model train and layout to raise money for the museum. This is the museum’s fifth year raffling a train. more »»

 
 
 

 

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