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Hardy educator named Teacher of the Year 2013

September 26, 2012 Michael Funkhouser, an English teacher at East Hardy High School in Hardy County, is West Virginia’s 2013 Teacher of the Year. more »»

Plant honors workers

August 11, 2012 The Pilgrim’s Pride Moorefield fresh plant has announced three recent winners of its Partner of the Month program. Margie Summers has been honored as the April Partner of the Month. more »»

Tri-County Fair scheduled to begin Saturday in Grant County

July 26, 2012 The Tri-County Fair, serving Grant, Hardy and Pendleton counties, is entering its 92nd year of existence. more »»

Gov. announces Hardy County jobs

July 24, 2012 Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has announced American Woodmark plans to invest $15. more »»

Hardy County man enters plea to drug charge

May 30, 2012 A 20-year old Petersburg resident entered a guilty plea recently in United States District Court in Elkins before Chief Judge John Preston Bailey. Kevin G. Thompson J. more »»

College’s window display successful

May 23, 2012 Eastern West Virginia Community & Technical College created a storefront, called “Eastern’s Extravaganza,” for the community to shop a variety of local small businesses at their new Main Campus... more »»

Moorefield company honors employees

May 23, 2012 The Pilgrim’s Pride Moorefield transportation department has selected Mike Crites as its “Driver of the Month” for January, and Casey Snapp was selected for February. more »»

Spring Mountain Festival begins today

April 27, 2012 Join in welcoming spring by attending the 20th annual Spring Mountain Festival held in and around Petersburg today through Sunday. more »»

Driver of the Year honored at plant

April 11, 2012 The Pilgrim’s Pride Moorefield transportation department has selected Ralph Greenwalt as its 2011 Driver of the Year. more »»

Moorefield plant honors March Partner of the Month

April 10, 2012 Donald Hoppe has been honored as the March 2012 Partner of the Month for the Pilgrim’s Pride Moorefield fresh plant. more »»

Brunch planned to address drug-related problems

April 9, 2012 The Eastern Panhandle will host a Legislative Brunch at 10 a.m. April 20 at the Moorefield South Branch In. more »»

Grand jury indicts 14 individuals

March 27, 2012 Fourteen individuals were named in five indictments returned March 20 by a Federal Grand Jury sitting in Martinsburg, according to a recent announcement by U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld I. more »»

Earth moving

March 26, 2012 A crowd of some 100 citizens from Hardy County and the surrounding area gathered Monday to applaud Gov. more »»

W.Va. Division of Natural Resources to host meetings

February 20, 2012 The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources will host 12 public meetings across the state to provide hunters, trappers, anglers, landowners and other interested parties an opportunity to review... more »»

Mitchell Iliff honored as plant’s December Partner of the Month

January 24, 2012 Mitchell Iliff has been honored as the December 2011 Partner of the Month for the Pilgrim’s Pride Moorefield fresh plant. more »»

Teacher earns Adult Educator of the Year award

December 10, 2011 RESA 8 Adult Education career readiness teacher Karen Stanley, of Fisher, has been named as 2011 Adult Educator of the Year. more »»

Hardy residents receive scholarships

November 17, 2011 SHEPHERDSTOWN — Three Hardy County residents have been awarded scholarships from the Shepherd University Foundation. more »»

Weight management program more inclusive

August 20, 2011 Hardy County Health and Wellness Center has announced that the PEIA Preferred Provider’s Weight Management Program is now open to more people. more »»

Anita Haggerty is Partner of the Month

July 20, 2011 Anita Haggerty has been honored as the “Partner of the Month” for the Pilgrim’s Pride Moorefield fresh plant. more »»

Hardy Commission awarded REAP grant

July 14, 2011 Twenty-six applicants, including one in Hardy County, have been approved for amounts totaling $57,241 for state Department of Environmental Protection REAP Litter Control Matching Grant. more »»



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