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West Virginia Reads 150+ kicks off program

March 27, 2014 West Virginians are taking part this year in a reading program called “West Virginia Reads 150. more »»

Area banker to continue service with bank group

March 7, 2014 After serving the past 12 months as chairman of the Independent Community Bankers of America, William A. Loving Jr. more »»

Pendleton man enters plea in bald eagle death

December 2, 2013 ROMNEY — A Pendleton County man has pleaded guilty to charges related to the killing of a bald eagle, according to Cap. more »»

Officials seeking grant aid for base

September 17, 2013 Pendleton County is applying for a Department of Defense Office of Economic Adjustment grant to provide assistance to a community undergoing the loss of a DOD-related facility, County Commissioner... more »»

Virginia company may build veterans transition center in Pendleton

August 19, 2013 A “woman-owned, service-disabled, veteran-owned company” has approached local government and Navy base officials with a plan to repurpose the Sugar Grove Navy Base. more »»

Organization marks 40th anniversary

August 1, 2013 Pendleton Senior and Family Services recently celebrated 40 years of service with punch, cookies and birthday greetings from Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, Sen. Joe Manchin and local representative. more »»

Resident has history of community service

July 10, 2013 Need a project leader, a donation, or some charity assistance? Contact Leo Slusher, a Franklin community service icon for the past 66 years and last year’s winner of the Pendleton County Chamber of... more »»

Cookbook fundraiser boosting spirits for Pendleton County family

April 29, 2013 Six-year-old cancer-fighting Kinsley Armstrong likes to help out in the kitchen. “She loves sweets, so it’s often baking cake or cookies,” said her mother, Bobbie Armstron. more »»

Event to focus on invasive species

April 15, 2013 The Monongahela National Forest along with several partners invite folks of all ages to the Seneca Rocks Discovery Center on April 27 to participate in the second “Discover Invasive Species Day. more »»

Exemplary Accreditation Status Schools honored

November 20, 2012 Fifty-eight schools from across West Virginia, including elementary schools, middle schools, high schools, and career technical centers and programs, were honored Thursday for achieving Exemplary... more »»

Leaders, residents oppose phasing out base

October 6, 2012 SUGAR GROVE — Local business and community leaders oppose the phase-out of the Mountaineer Navy at the Naval Information Operations Command by the National Security Agency, and state legislators are... more »»

RESA?8 to offer course on hazardous materials

August 14, 2012 RESA 8 will offer a 34-hour hazardous materials awareness and operations course starting at 6 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Seneca Rocks Volunteer Fire Department. more »»

Mountain Hospice offering community outreach classes

August 1, 2012 During the next few months, Mountain Hospice will offer community information sessions throughout its seven-county service area on topics such as: What is Hospice? What services are provided and... more »»

Shoot 2 Cure Bingo set

August 1, 2012 Huggie Bear Products and Hospice Care Corp. are once again teaming up to fight cancer with Shoot 2 Cure Bing. more »»

Public hearing set on road system

August 1, 2012 The Coal Resource Transportation Designation Committee and the West Virginia Division of Highways will host a public hearing Sept. more »»

Murder Mystery Dinner coming to Adaland Mansion

August 1, 2012 One of Adaland Mansion’s most popular summer events will return to the outdoor stage on Adaland’s side yard pavilion Aug. 10 and 11. 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 »»

 
 
 

 

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