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Roll and Read event a success

Families took time Saturday to enjoy the beautiful weather and find out just what the bear saw in the book, “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” during the Roll and Read event, sponsored by Tucker County Parents as Teachers program. Volunteer Jesica Streets helps Sawyer Uffman and Hayden Smith make home-made bird feeders at one of the eight stations set up in the Nursery Bottom.

PARSONS – The Nursery Bottom was filled Saturday with families who were walking, skating, biking, strolling and having fun sharing in the Tucker County Parents as Teachers Roll and Read event. Participants traveled from station to station as they shared the book, “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” written by Bill Martin Jr. Families took More...

by Beth Christian Broschart | Published 1 month ago
Bonnie’s Bus, a mobile mammography unit, will return to St. George Medical Clinic in October. The unit provides women living in rural areas easier access to mammography breast cancer screening. It is the only unit of its kind in West Virginia.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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Bonnie’s Bus returns to St. George in October

Local women need not travel far to receive mammograms thanks to the mobile mammography unit called Bonnie’s Bus. Bonnie’s Bus, a mobile mammography unit, will return to St. George Medical Clinic in October. More...

By Penny Ellison On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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Board Considers Collection Service For Past Due Accounts

PARSONS – The Tucker County Board of Education met in a work session recently and then in regular session. The meeting convened with the call to order and Pledge of Allegiance with all members present. Having More...

By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, September 24th, 2014
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Three enter pleas in Tucker County Circuit Court

PARSONS – A Hambleton man pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of battery Monday in Tucker County Circuit Court. David A. Howell, 38, of 124 Long St, appeared with his attorney Frank Bush before Tucker County More...

First Energy presents a check for $5,000 recently to the Tucker Community Foundation for use building the Tucker Boulder Park. Those celebrating the event include Sarah Deacon and Ellis, Jason Cyr and Finegan, Jessica Scowcroft, Becky Cantrell and Wyatt, Christine Rosenau, Mike Rosenau, Parker Ledden, Sarah Hunt, Robert Burns, David Cooper, Lowell Moore, Jordan Fenner, Joe Drenning, Scott Hinkle, Allen Staggers, Julie Dzaak, Charles Friddle, Anne Jones, Anne Wardwell, Carol Gwinn, Sylvia Rosenau, Diane Hinkle and Robert Jacobus.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Tuesday, September 23rd, 2014
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First Energy donates $5,000 to Tucker Boulder Park

DAVIS – We all know that Tucker County Rocks, and that theme was echoed recently when representatives from First Energy met with folks working to create Tucker Boulder Park in Davis to present a check, helping More...

The Tucker County High School Homecoming Queen will be announced Friday as the Mountain Lions take on the Moorefield Yellowjackets. The Homecoming Court includes, from left, freshman attendant Cecily Lou Strawderman, sophomore attendant Kenzie Kyle, Homecoming Queen candidate Aiyana Lee Kachmarek, Homecoming Queen candidate Helen Melnick, Homecoming Queen candidate Morgan Moss and junior attendant Madison Reall. Escorts are Brandan Zirk, Justin Fike, Derek Zirk, Seth Underwood, Landon Dillard and Skyler Humphrey.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
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Three vie for Homecoming Queen

The Tucker County High School Homecoming Queen will be announced Friday as the Mountain Lions take on the Moorefield Yellowjackets. The Homecoming Court includes, from left, freshman attendant Cecily Lou Strawderman, More...

Tucker County Commissioners sign a proclamation Wednesday declaring Sept. 21 to 27 as the West Virginia Association of Retired School Employees week. The association was formed in 1957 as a voice for retired teachers, school personnel, administrators and college personnel. WVARSE protects pensions, promotes senior opportunities and provides information for retired life, and it promotes professional, economic, intellectual and social well-being of its members as well as encourages volunteer opportunities. Signing the proclamation are Commissioners Diane Hinkle, Mike Rosenau and Lowell Moore. WVARSE members attending the proclamation signing include Carol Gwinn, Eleanor Nestor, Sylvia Rosenau, Millie Bennett, Aggie Arnold, Vonda Phillips, Evelyn Moore and Pat Usnick.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
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Commissioners sign proclamation

PARSONS – Tucker County Commissioners signed a proclamation Wednesday during their regular meeting declaring Sept. 21 to 27 as West Virginia Association of Retired School Employees week in Tucker County. WVARSE More...

On behalf of the State Farm Youth Advisory Board, Bob Gutshall and Erin Bailey presented this "Big Check" for 25,000 to Our House Youth Center on Monday, September 8th. The check represents a grant from the State Farm Neighborhood Assist program, which the organization won through a Facebook voting contest among 200 finalists. The top 40 vote recipients received the grant.
By Pamela Ruediger On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
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Our House Youth Ministries Wins $25,000 State Farm Insurance Contest

About three years ago, Liz Lancaster announced in a Sunday service at First United Methodist Church that she had received a calling from God to start a youth ministry in Tucker County. Bob Gutshall, our local State More...