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Gidley promoted to Sergeant

David E. Gidley II is promoted to Sergeant of the Parsons Police Department. The announcement and oath of office were administered Tuesday during the Parsons City Council meeting. Gidley is pictured with Parsons City Police Chief Bill Rowe and Parsons Mayor Dorothy Judy.

  David E. Gidley II is promoted to Sergeant of the Parsons Police Department. The announcement and oath of office were administered Tuesday during the Parsons City Council meeting. Gidley is pictured with Parsons City Police Chief Bill Rowe and Parsons Mayor Dorothy Judy. By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   PARSONS – A Parsons More...

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Tucker County visits the W.Va. Legislature and celebrates 30 years following the flood with a Gala featuring Tucker County foods and beverages.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
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Tucker County Day at the Legislature and Gala

  Tucker County visits the W.Va. Legislature and celebrates 30 years following the flood with a Gala featuring Tucker County foods and beverages. By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   CHARLESTON More...

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By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, February 17th, 2016
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Supporters of the Mountaintop Public Library gather for benefit dinner

  Photo by Beth Christian Broschart By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   DAVIS – Thursday evening in Davis brought temperatures in the single digits, but those gathered for a special event More...

Parsons Mayor Dorothy Judy administers the oath of office Tuesday to Parsons resident Nick Carr. Carr was appointed City Recorder during Tuesday’s Parsons City Council meeting following the resignation of Connie Collins. Collins tendered her resignation earlier in the month because of health concerns.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
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Carr appointed recorder

  Parsons Mayor Dorothy Judy administers the oath of office Tuesday to Parsons resident Nick Carr. Carr was appointed City Recorder during Tuesday’s Parsons City Council meeting following the resignation More...

Preston-Taylor’s Mountaintop Health Center will soon add a retail pharmacy to the list of services offered in Thomas. The pharmacy will serve anyone in the community who needs a prescription filled.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
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Pharmacy coming soon to Preston-Taylor’s Mountaintop Health Center

  Preston-Taylor’s Mountaintop Health Center will soon add a retail pharmacy to the list of services offered in Thomas. The pharmacy will serve anyone in the community who needs a prescription filled. THOMAS, More...

Photo courtesy Penny Shrock
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
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Fire destroys Talheim Condominium

Photo courtesy Penny Shrock By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   CANAAN VALLEY – Tucker County Emergency Officials said a fire that broke out about 3 p.m. Tuesday on Cortland Road in Canaan More...

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Cathy Bonner, of Dry Fork, announces her retirement at Wednesday’s Tucker County Commission meeting. Bonner, who served as the secretary for the Tucker County Extension Service for nearly 42 years, will officially retire Feb. 29. Bonner is pictured with her daughter Beki and husband Dave.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016
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Bonner retires after 42 years with Tucker County Extension Service

  Photo courtesy of Diane HinkleCathy Bonner, of Dry Fork, announces her retirement at Wednesday’s Tucker County Commission meeting. Bonner, who served as the secretary for the Tucker County Extension Service More...

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American Cancer Society Specialist Mike Alkire shares plans for the upcoming 2016 Randolph/Tucker County Relay for Life during a planning meeting for the event at the Elkins Family Worship Center in Glenmore Thursday. Tucker and Randolph Counties will again combine forces in the fight against cancer. The 2016 theme for the Relay for Life is based on Dr. Seuss and is Cancer – Not here, not there, not anywhere.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016
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Relay for Life seeks Tucker teams and survivors

  By Beth Christian Broschart The Parsons Advocate   ELKINS – Officials and volunteers gathered Thursday evening to begin planning for the 2016 Randolph/Tucker County Relay for Life, and they are hoping More...