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Courthouse elevator shaft
By Elizabeth Lancaster On Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
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Wamsleys speak out on lawsuit

PARSONS – Paul Jr. and Paula Wamsley, the children of Virginia “Skip” Wamsley, contacted the Advocate recently to discuss openly the reasoning behind the lawsuit filed against contractor G.A. Brown and More...

Volunteers work together to unload trucks and place food on the shelves and in the freezers at Helping Hand Food Pantry located on First Street, in Parsons.
By Elizabeth Lancaster On Wednesday, August 13th, 2014
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Helping Hand Food Pantry a community affair

PARSONS – Helping Hand Food Pantry may be operated by First United Methodist Church of Parsons, but it is a community affair. The food pantry serves individuals and families in Parsons and the surrounding More...

Aaron Nestor greets customers at the ice cream stand of Brenda’s Backyard Grill. The family business, located in Parsons, is owned by his parents, Phil and Brenda Nestor.
By Elizabeth Lancaster On Thursday, July 24th, 2014
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Ice cream stand opens at Brenda’s Backyard Grill

The ice cream stand at Brenda’s Backyard Grill is open for business with a restaurant soon to follow. Phil Nestor and his wife Brenda are in the process of renovating the building located at 38 Cheat Valley Highway More...

Celebrate Recovery is conducting a shoe drive to raise funds to advertise the program. Storage unit number eight at Penn Avenue Car Wash, in Parsons, is a designated drop off site. Simply lift the door and place shoes inside. Shoes will be collected through August 6.
By Elizabeth Lancaster On Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014
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Celebrate Recovery’s shoe drive has double benefit

Celebrate Recovery has set a goal to collect 7,500 pairs of shoes as a fundraiser that will benefit not only the local CR program but others across the world, who are in need of jobs and shoes. Celebrate Recovery More...

By Elizabeth Lancaster On Wednesday, May 28th, 2014
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BOE, Auvil and Stemple request recount of election results

Two weeks after the primary election, results for Tucker County remain unofficial. The decision for the Board of Education levy and the race between Ken Auvil and Tammy Stemple for Democratic Nominee for the 47th More...

Tucker County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Eddie Campbell and Board of Education candidate, Andrew Meador discuss the BOE Excess Levy while awaiting results of the vote.
By Elizabeth Lancaster On Wednesday, May 14th, 2014
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Preliminary results indicate Excess Tax Levy failed by three votes

Tucker County Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Eddie Campbell and Board of Education candidate, Andrew Meador discuss the BOE Excess Levy while awaiting results of the vote.   Several candidates vied for positions More...

TCHS Theatre Company presents The Jungle Book
By Elizabeth Lancaster On Wednesday, May 7th, 2014
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TCHS Theatre Company presents The Jungle Book

TCHS Theatre Company presents The Jungle Book TCHS Theatre Company will open its annual spring production at 7 p.m., Saturday, May 10, at the TCHS auditorium. The group will be performing The Jungle Book, a play More...