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storm destroys Parsons sign
By Teri Cayton On Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014

Storm Wreaks Havoc

The recent bout of bad weather has handed out a lot of destruction around the area. The latest victim has been the new City of Parsons sign at the end of the Blackfork Bridge. A huge tree was downed in the inclement More...

By Teri Cayton On Tuesday, July 22nd, 2014

Momma Said for July 22, 2014

Momma Said, “It is hard to be politically correct when dealing with stupid people. There, I said it and I am glad.” You just have to stop and wonder how some people have made it this far in life. Seriously, More...

By Teri Cayton On Wednesday, July 9th, 2014

Local Woman Awaits Extradition Hearing

Karla Louise Harrison, of Hambleton, is in the Tygart Valley Regional Jail awaiting an extradition hearing that could send her back to Virginia. Harrison was picked up on an active warrant by Cpl. D.W. Burge, with More...

By Teri Cayton On Tuesday, July 8th, 2014

Momma Said for July 8, 2014

Katie, the cat, has adjusted just fine to being a house cat. She has been putting on weight and is playing like crazy. I have a few cat toys, but her favorite pastime is sliding on the kitchen rug. She will run More...

Group pic of Challenged Athletes
By Teri Cayton On Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

Challenged Athletes of West Virginia Visit St. Paul’s UMC

Warfighters Sports, a member of Challenged Athletes of West Virginia, visited St. Paul’s United Methodist Church for breakfast. The group visited last year and the trip is for active and retired veterans and their More...

Car for Fair 2014
By Teri Cayton On Wednesday, July 2nd, 2014

Performance Motors Donates to Tucker County Fair

A 2003 Tracker has been donated to the Tucker County Fair by Patrick Darlington, owner of Performance Motors in Parsons and Elkins. Tickets will soon be available to purchase chances to win this vehicle. Darlington More...

By Teri Cayton On Tuesday, July 1st, 2014

Momma Said for July 1, 2014

I have met a lot of very nice people since coming to work here at the paper, but one lady stands out of the crowd. Her name is Beulah, which is not a common name, but I did have an aunt by that name. She comes in More...

By Teri Cayton On Wednesday, June 18th, 2014

Morton Receives Sentencing for Robbery

Circuit Court Judge, Lynn A. Nelson, sentenced a man to prison for local drug store robbery. John Joseph Morton, Jr., 29, was originally arrested in July 2013 for robbing the Rite Aid Pharmacy in Parsons.  Nelson More...