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Several cases heard in Tucker County Courts

By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS – A Parsons man pleaded guilty to one count of breaking and entering. Jesse James Burns appeared with his attorney Timothy Gentilozzi in Tucker County Circuit Court Thursday before Judge James Courrier. The charges stem from a breaking and entering at the Parsons Detachment of the West Virginia More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Monday, November 28th, 2016
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Parsons participates in Christian Heritage Week for 25th year

The proclamation sent to all churches from Mayor Dorothy Judy By Dan GeohaganThe Parsons Advocate Parsons, WV- Parsons is celebrating with 126 cities, towns and villages throughout the state of West Virginia this More...

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Local gun range opens to the public

Titus Helmick hits the mark on one of the steel targets at his pistol and rifle range. By Brad SpencerThe Parsons Advocate DAVIS — As the State draws closer to its highly anticipated “buck season,” hunting More...

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Is 24 miles worth 30 cents on the Gallon?

By Dan Geohagan The Parsons Advocate Parsons, WV- The price of gas on average in the Parsons area is currently $2.29 on average and goes up to $2.39 a gallon in the Thomas-Davis area. If you travel to Elkins though, More...

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Tucker County School A – F scores

By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate HAMBLETON – The Tucker County BOE met at Tucker County High School Wednesday and the highlight of the evening was a comprehensive overview of the things going on More...

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Council hears update on status of dike repairs

By Beth Christian BroschartThe Parsons Advocate PARSONS – Residents of the Pulp Mill Bottom squeezed into the Parsons City Council meeting Tuesday evening as Tucker County Commission President Lowell Moore gave More...

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New Cortland Acres chef will transform food service program

Chef Ricky Barnes prepares meatballs for Cortland Acres residents. The Ohio native recently joined the dietary staff at Cortland Acres and will implement a restaurant style service for residents and staff. THOMAS, More...

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Tucker County Scheduled to Participate in IOGA Classic at Glenville State

GLENVILLE, WV – The Waco Center at Glenville State College will be the site of a boy’s and girl’s six-day high school basketball tournament this December. The Independent Oil & Gas Association (IOGA) More...