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City of Parsons approves proposed revenues and expenditures for 2015-2016

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Parsons City Council approves a preliminary budget of expenditures and revenues Tuesday during their regular meeting.

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartParsons City Council approves a preliminary budget of expenditures and revenues Tuesday during their regular meeting. PARSONS – Parsons City Council approved a preliminary balanced budget of $713,661 Tuesday during their regular meeting. Projected expenditures include $195,346 for General Government Expenditures; $71,000 More...

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Tucker County Commissioners look through the preliminary budget before submitting it to the W.Va. State Auditor. Commission President Lowell Moore said the budget includes a proposed $500 across the board raise for all full time employees.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Tucker County Commission approves preliminary budget for 2015 -2016

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartTucker County Commissioners look through the preliminary budget before submitting it to the W.Va. State Auditor. Commission President Lowell Moore said the budget includes a proposed More...

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By Penny Ellison On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Girls Basketball Locker Room Gets Redo Thanks to an Alum

The girl’s locker room at Tucker County High School recently got a much needed remodeling. The renovations were spear-headed by a very special alumni, Judy Pitzer, who was a 1978 graduate of Parson’s High School. More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Charges dismissed for Clarksburg man

PARSONS – Charges of fraudulent schemes against Kenneth Bott, former owner of the Parsons Country Inn, were dismissed with prejudice Tuesday in Tucker County Circuit Court. Tucker County Circuit Court Judge Philip More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Tucker County Chamber Award Nominations

The 37th Annual Tucker County Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet will be held on Thursday, May 21 at the recently renovated Canaan Valley Resort and the Chamber of Commerce is seeking nominations for six different More...

Team members include Laura Jones, Rodney Simmons, Kara Currence, Nathaniel Lattea, Dale Wingfield, Tiffany Fortney, Assistant Coach Mike Ware, Coach Dave Perry, Charlie Wine Jr., Tim Wood, Ethan Fortney, Crystal Wingfield, Dale Varner, David Varner, Mike Strawder, Linda Teter, Judy Waybright, Don Nestor, Jim Ketterman, Danila Lattea, Jamie Bodkins, Bertie Stalnaker and Robbie Griever.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Randolph County Special Olympics takes the gold

Team members include Laura Jones, Rodney Simmons, Kara Currence, Nathaniel Lattea, Dale Wingfield, Tiffany Fortney, Assistant Coach Mike Ware, Coach Dave Perry, Charlie Wine Jr., Tim Wood, Ethan Fortney, Crystal More...

Aiyana Kachmarek, State Champion in Shot Put and Discuss returns for her Senior season in Track – Photo by Dave Helmick
By Dave Helmick On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Tucker County track team expects another strong season

Aiyana Kachmarek, State Champion in Shot Put and Discuss returns for her Senior season in Track – Photo by Dave Helmick Expectations are high for this year’s team with a great deal of experience returning from More...

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Senior Trista Collar returns for the Lady Mt. Lions Softball team
By Dave Helmick On Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Phillips takes over as Lady Mt. Lions softball head coach

Photo by Dave HelmickSenior Trista Collar returns for the Lady Mt. Lions Softball team First year Head Coach Jake Phillips will guide the Tucker County Girls’ Softball team this season. Phillips had this to say More...