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Courthouse Christmas luncheon

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Tucker County Courthouse employees gather Wednesday at noon to celebrate the holidays with a Christmas Luncheon.

  Photo by Beth Christian BroschartTucker County Courthouse employees gather Wednesday at noon to celebrate the holidays with a Christmas Luncheon. By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   PARSONS – Those working at the Tucker County Courthouse took a break Wednesday to share a friendship, food and festivities for the Christmas More...

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Seniors from three counties gather at the Parsons Senior Center to let elected officials know how important services provided by the senior centers are.
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 29th, 2015
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Senior Centers meet with elected officials

  Photo by Beth Christian BroschartSeniors from three counties gather at the Parsons Senior Center to let elected officials know how important services provided by the senior centers are. By Beth Christian More...

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Julie Dzaack, project coordinator for Heart of the Highlands, updates Tucker County Chamber of Commerce members about connecting trail systems in the local area during the Tucker County Chamber of Commerce Annual Membership Meeting at Blackwater Falls State Park Resort. The group selected board members and officers for 2016 during the Friday meeting.
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 29th, 2015
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Chamber hosts annual membership meeting

  Photo by Beth Christian BroschartJulie Dzaack, project coordinator for Heart of the Highlands, updates Tucker County Chamber of Commerce members about connecting trail systems in the local area during the More...

By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 29th, 2015
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Local classroom adapts 12 days of Christmas

  By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   HAMBLETON – A local classroom has taken a Christmas classic carol and changed the words to make the song fit with their classroom. Kim Falls’ More...

By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 29th, 2015
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Grant approved for TCHS to replace HVAC

  By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   CHARLESTON – Tucker County Board of Education officials were thrilled to learn the county was selected as one of 15 schools systems to receive needs More...

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Students in the Tucker County High School FFA work to grow green year round. TCHS FFA students Lindsey Knotts and Lydia Mullenax tend to the plants growing in the greenhouse including Swiss chard, beets, onions, lettuce and cauliflower.
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
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TCHS FFA still growing greens

  Photo by Beth Christian BroschartStudents in the Tucker County High School FFA work to grow green year round. TCHS FFA students Lindsey Knotts and Lydia Mullenax tend to the plants growing in the greenhouse More...

Back row left to right:  Brad Gum, Joel Franks, Jeremiah Franks, Willie Ward, Pat Schoonover; Front row, left to right, Jesse Franks Wanless, Denny Franks and Ishah Franks.
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
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Tickets Now Available for Franks Family Christmas Show

  Back row left to right: Brad Gum, Joel Franks, Jeremiah Franks, Willie Ward, Pat Schoonover; Front row, left to right, Jesse Franks Wanless, Denny Franks and Ishah Franks. Elkins, WV – New to Elkins this More...

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Don Teter meets with Tucker County Commissioners and members of the Tucker County Historical Society recently to discuss the Potomac Stone. Teter told those in attendance he would like to see the stone moved to the Cultural Center in Charleston for display.
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, December 1st, 2015
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Potomac Stone located

  Photo by Beth Christian BroschartDon Teter meets with Tucker County Commissioners and members of the Tucker County Historical Society recently to discuss the Potomac Stone. Teter told those in attendance More...