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Harper takes the gold for Tucker County Career Center

Amanda Harper, a junior at Tucker County High School, accepts the first place medal in commercial baking at the West Virginia Skills USA competition.

Amanda Harper, a junior at Tucker County High School, accepts the first place medal in commercial baking at the West Virginia Skills USA competition. KINGWOOD – A local high school student took home the gold during the state Skills USA competition in Kingwood. Junior Amanda Harper placed first in the commercial baking competition, and she was also More...

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By Penny Ellison On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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Wildfire Ravages Acreage in Canaan

A brushfire charred the ground and sent up smoke that could be seen for miles around. According to a G.P.S. point perimeter reading it covered around 115 acres. The fire, which is still under investigation, is More...

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Tucker County Commissioners declare April as Child Abuse Awareness month Wednesday during their regular meeting. This is the 21st year the Commissioners have signed the proclamation. Pictured are back, from left, April Miller, Tucker County Family Resource Network; Lydia Johnson, Randolph Tucker Child Advocacy Center; Liz King, Randolph Tucker Child Advocacy Center; Alicia Bosley, Tucker County Child Advocacy Center; front; Tucker County Commissioner Diane Hinkle; Tucker County Commission President Lowell Moore; and Tucker County Commissioner Patrick Darlington.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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Commission hears updates

Photo by Beth Christian BroschartTucker County Commissioners declare April as Child Abuse Awareness month Wednesday during their regular meeting. This is the 21st year the Commissioners have signed the proclamation. More...

Roohi Khan and Jill Zurbuch, counselors at Elkins Middle School, accept awards from Lydia Johnson, Director of the Children's Advocacy Center, during Friday's Champions for Children Event.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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Champions for Children Celebration

Roohi Khan and Jill Zurbuch, counselors at Elkins Middle School, accept awards from Lydia Johnson, Director of the Children’s Advocacy Center, during Friday’s Champions for Children Event. ELKINS – More...

Rocky VanNoy, with the West Virginia Clearinghouse, helps Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Juvenile Center Cadets learn about careers and financial aid. The event, located at the Center, was sponsored by the Region VI Workforce Investment Board.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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Youth Event helps Cadets plan for the future

Rocky VanNoy, with the West Virginia Clearinghouse, helps Kenneth “Honey” Rubenstein Juvenile Center Cadets learn about careers and financial aid. The event, located at the Center, was sponsored by the Region More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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The Wellness Center changing to Wellness 24

PARSONS – Many positive changes are on the horizon for the Wellness Center, and Parsons Parks and Recreation Commission President Kennetha Greenlief outlined those modifications during Tuesday’s Parsons City More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
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WARNING: Take Only as Directed

PARSONS – The video, “WARNING: Take Only as Directed, has been described as a new approach to prescription drug abuse discussions with young teens. It is presented by Adventure Theatre MTC and written by Trish More...

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Tucker County Clerk Sherry Simmons receives a Records Management and Preservation Grant in Charleston in March. The $9,409 will be used to digitize plat books and restore, rebind and encapsulate land books. Pictured are Senator Dave Sypolt, R-Preston; Simmons; Governor Earl Ray Tomblin; and Senator Bob Williams, D-Taylor.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
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Governor Earl Ray Tomblin announces Records and Preservation Grants

Photo courtesy of the West Virginia LegislatureTucker County Clerk Sherry Simmons receives a Records Management and Preservation Grant in Charleston in March. The $9,409 will be used to digitize plat books and restore, More...