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Tucker County officials take oath of office

Patrick Darlington takes the oath of office Wednesday. Darlington won a seat on the Tucker County Commission in November's general election, and will begin his duties Jan. 1. Tucker County Chief Circuit Court Judge Philip B. Jordan Jr. administered the oath of office to Darlington Wednesday morning.

PARSONS – Tucker County will have some new administrative officials beginning in the New Year, and Tucker County Chief Circuit Court Judge Philip B. Jordan Jr. conducted a swearing in service to welcome those newly elected or appointed to those positions on Wednesday. Patrick Darlington takes the oath of office Wednesday. Darlington won a seat on More...

by Beth Christian Broschart | Published 1 month ago
Tucker County Magistrate Carol Irons receives a certificate of recognition from Tucker County Chief Circuit Court Judge Philip B. Jordan Jr. Wednesday. Irons announced her retirement effective Dec. 31.
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014
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Irons and Rosenau receive recognition

Tucker County Magistrate Carol Irons receives a certificate of recognition from Tucker County Chief Circuit Court Judge Philip B. Jordan Jr. Wednesday. Irons announced her retirement effective Dec. 31. PARSONS – More...

Ted Hamm, representative from Thrasher Engineering, meets with Parsons City Council members, Tucker County Commissioners and state agency officials regarding the Pulp Mill Bottom Dike recently.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014
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Officials meet to discuss Pulp Mill Bottom Dike

Ted Hamm, representative from Thrasher Engineering, meets with Parsons City Council members, Tucker County Commissioners and state agency officials regarding the Pulp Mill Bottom Dike recently. PARSONS – City, More...

Steve Young walks across America for the Victory Junction Camp.
By Teri Cayton On Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014
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One Man’s Journey of Hope and Faith

PARSONS – Through wind, rain, snow and ice, Steve Young walks across America for the Victory Junction Camp. This year, Young started his walk on April 15 in southern Virginia and has covered most of the Northeast. More...

Children wave to those gathered along Parsons' streets Saturday for the Christmas parade.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
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Parsons hosts ‘A Small City with a Big Heart Christmas’ parade

Children wave to those gathered along Parsons’ streets Saturday for the Christmas parade. PARSONS – The sweet smell of hot chocolate and the laughter of little ones filled the air Saturday in Parsons More...

Blackwater Falls is likely one of the most recognizable attractions in the state of West Virginia.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
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New Tucker County video

Blackwater Falls is likely one of the most recognizable attractions in the state of West Virginia. DAVIS – A new promotional video of Tucker County made its debut Thursday evening at Tip Top Coffee Shop in Thomas. More...

Staff members of the Randolph Tucker Children’s Advocacy Center in Parsons show the office’s new family room. The additional room is intended to provide comfort and privacy to those using CAC’s services. Pictured are Melody Himes, CAC Advocacy and Prevention Coordinator; Lydia Johnson, CAC Executive Director; and Elizabeth King, CAC Coordinator.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
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Randolph Tucker Children’s Advocacy Center hosts open house

PARSONS – The Randolph Tucker Children’s Advocacy Center in Parsons hosted an open house of their updated offices Wednesday in the Tucker County Courthouse basement. Randolph Tucker CAC Executive Director More...

Hambleton Town Hall is on display Sunday as the Mayor and Council host an open house to showcase upgrades and repairs to the facility. Pictured are Councilman Matthew Phillips, Mayor Linda Bates and Councilman Glenn Summerfield.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, December 17th, 2014
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Open House celebrated at Hambleton Town Hall

HAMBLETON – The Mayor and Town Council of Hambleton unveiled updates and repairs completed on the Hambleton Town Hall Sunday during an open house. Mayor Linda Bates said the fixes help make needed repairs, make More...