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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.

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 – Community leaders, volunteers and supports gathered at Orchard Hall in Elkins Friday evening to celebrate those who are dedicated to be Champions More...

by Beth Christian Broschart | Published 4 months ago
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...

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Local representatives travel to Charleston to receive a $120,000 grant for Tucker County Rocks. Pictured are Dan Lehmann, Heart of the Highlands Trail System; Robert Burns, Executive Director of the Tucker Community Foundation; Julie Dzaak, Heart of the Highlands Trail System; Allen Staggers, FirstEnergy; Gary Lipscomb, Town of Davis Council Member; Diane Hinkle, Development Director for Tucker Community Foundation; Governor Earl Ray Tomblin; David Cooper, President of the Board of Tucker Community Foundation; Alan Tomson, Town of Davis Council Member; Bob Jacobus, Region VII; and Robert Orndorff, Dominion Foundation.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
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Tucker County Rocks! receives grant

Photo courtesy of Office of the GovernorLocal representatives travel to Charleston to receive a $120,000 grant for Tucker County Rocks. Pictured are Dan Lehmann, Heart of the Highlands Trail System; Robert Burns, More...

The current Ordinances of the Town of Parsons are from 1906. Parsons City Council members voted to update these ordinances using money from the William H. Mahan Harman Memorial fund.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
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Parsons Ordinances updates

The current Ordinances of the Town of Parsons are from 1906. Parsons City Council members voted to update these ordinances using money from the William H. Mahan Harman Memorial fund. PARSONS – Travel back in time More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 8th, 2015
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Night time burglary charge dismissed

PARSONS – A Thomas man pleaded guilty to one count of burglary in Tucker County Circuit Court. Terick Hays, 32, appeared with his attorney, Timothy Gentilozzi before Tucker County Circuit Judge Philip B. Jordan More...