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Kahler reports ambulance response times reduced

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PARSONS – Tucker County Ambulance Authority Board President Kathy Kahler shared good news about average ambulance response times with Tucker County Commissioners Wednesday during their regular meeting. “I just wanted to let you know for the first time since I have been tracking our EMS calls, we were under 20 average minutes for all of the areas More...

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Councilman Tim Turner
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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Parsons Council discusses Wellness Center concerns

Councilman Tim Turner PARSONS – Parsons City Council members heard about concerns residents had with the proposed changes to the Wellness Center. Council members voted during their last meeting to change the staffing More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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Shelley Moore Capito in Cosmopolitan Magazine

Flipping through the pages of the May issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine reveals a familiar face – that of U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va. In the article, Capito has advice for women – mostly don’t More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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Parsons man pleads guilty to domestic battery

PARSONS – A Parsons man pleaded guilty to one count of domestic battery Friday in Tucker County Circuit Court. Daniel Long appeared with his attorney Jeremy Cooper before Tucker County Circuit Court Judge Phil More...

Camp Horseshoe offers four unique summer camps, including the popular Teen Entrepreneurship Summit where future MBAs can focus on economic education, civic leadership, and service. Full days are spent practicing the principles of private enterprise, learning the basics of starting a business, and identifying and building the character qualities necessary for success. But this business-themed camp definitely isn’t without the traditional camp feel! Campers are given plenty of time for recreational activities such as sports, music, hiking, campfires, a talent show, and much more.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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YMCA camp Horseshoe named one of 25 Great Summer Camps

Camp Horseshoe offers four unique summer camps, including the popular Teen Entrepreneurship Summit where future MBAs can focus on economic education, civic leadership, and service. Full days are spent practicing More...

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Wesley Knotts runs the 4x800m relay at Keyser on 4/7/15
By Dave Helmick On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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Mt. Lions track teams complete busy week

Photo by Dave HelmickWesley Knotts runs the 4x800m relay at Keyser on 4/7/15 BUCKHANNON – The Tucker County Track teams traveled to Buckhannon-Upshur on Tuesday April 21st for a 7 team meet. The Boys’ team placed More...

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AmeriCorps members from Tucker and Randolph counties lend a hand to clean up the Allegheny Highlands Trail Tuesday in conjunction with the Parsons Spring Clean Up. AmeriCorps members include Sydney Haltom, Emma Donovan, Emily Wilson-Hauger and daughter Kat, Emily Stefenson and Scott Prouty.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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AmeriCorps members help clean up

Submitted photoAmeriCorps members from Tucker and Randolph counties lend a hand to clean up the Allegheny Highlands Trail Tuesday in conjunction with the Parsons Spring Clean Up. AmeriCorps members include Sydney More...

Davis Medical Center Volunteers were treated to an appreciation luncheon during National Volunteer Week.  Volunteers provide year-round support of projects that enhance patient care and support various departments of the organization.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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Davis Medical Center Volunteers Honored

Davis Medical Center Volunteers were treated to an appreciation luncheon during National Volunteer Week. Volunteers provide year-round support of projects that enhance patient care and support various departments More...