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Moats wins Tucker County Circuit Clerk race

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Sharon Moats and David Cooper, candidates for Tucker County Circuit Clerk talk at the Tucker County Courthouse Tuesday following the election results. Moats took 885 votes – making her the unofficial winner of the Circuit Clerk seat. Opponents Cooper received 267 votes and Kim Ledden received 320 votes.

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartSharon Moats and David Cooper, candidates for Tucker County Circuit Clerk talk at the Tucker County Courthouse Tuesday following the election results. Moats took 885 votes – making her the unofficial winner of the Circuit Clerk seat. Opponents Cooper received 267 votes and Kim Ledden received 320 votes. By Beth Christian More...

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Residents of the Pulp Mill Bottom gather at Tuesday’s Parsons City Council meeting to share their concerns and ask for help solving some problems plaguing the area.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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Citizens direct concerns to Council

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartResidents of the Pulp Mill Bottom gather at Tuesday’s Parsons City Council meeting to share their concerns and ask for help solving some problems plaguing the area. By Beth Christian BroschartThe More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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It’s Carnival Time

By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS – Soon the streets of Parsons will be filled with laughter, children smiling while eating popcorn and corn dogs, folks greeting one another and having More...

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Russell Myers of Tetra Tech meets with members of the protection team Monday to discuss Parsons’ Source Water Protection Plan.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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Myers discusses source water protection plan

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartRussell Myers of Tetra Tech meets with members of the protection team Monday to discuss Parsons’ Source Water Protection Plan. By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS More...

By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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TCCC reveals winners

The Tucker County Chamber of Commerce has announce dthe recipients for the 38th Annual Chamber Awards. The banquet will be on Thursday evening, May 19, 2016 at 6:00pm at Canaan Valley Resort. Tickets are only $35 More...

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Rain did not dampen the determination of the nearly 100 people who gathered on the Tucker County Courthouse square Thursday to join in the National Day of Prayer. Residents assembled with others to pray for the city, county, state, nation and world, and made a presentation to the Ed McDonald family for his service to the community.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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Residents pray and honor community members

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartRain did not dampen the determination of the nearly 100 people who gathered on the Tucker County Courthouse square Thursday to join in the National Day of Prayer. Residents assembled More...

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Local artist Amy Goughnour paints rocks during Tuesday’s Give Local America Day celebration and open house at the new Tucker Community Foundation Office in Davis. TCF Development Director Diane Hinkle said Goughnour volunteered her time Tuesday to paint the rocks during the celebration.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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Give Local America Day celebrated with donors

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartLocal artist Amy Goughnour paints rocks during Tuesday’s Give Local America Day celebration and open house at the new Tucker Community Foundation Office in Davis. TCF Development More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, May 11th, 2016
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Lady Mt. Lions Softball Team gets first win in sectional game

By Dave HelmickTuckerCountySports.Com CAMP KIDD – The Tucker County High School Softball Team ended their regular season at home against Southern for a double header. The Lady Mt. Lions dropped the first game More...