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Shelley Moore Capito in Cosmopolitan Magazine

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Flipping through the pages of the May issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine reveals a familiar face – that of U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va. In the article, Capito has advice for women – mostly don’t be afraid of failure. The article says, “In the history of the United States, just 46 women have ever served in the Senate. A full 20 of them More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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Parsons man pleads guilty to domestic battery

PARSONS – A Parsons man pleaded guilty to one count of domestic battery Friday in Tucker County Circuit Court. Daniel Long appeared with his attorney Jeremy Cooper before Tucker County Circuit Court Judge Phil More...

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AmeriCorps members from Tucker and Randolph counties lend a hand to clean up the Allegheny Highlands Trail Tuesday in conjunction with the Parsons Spring Clean Up. AmeriCorps members include Sydney Haltom, Emma Donovan, Emily Wilson-Hauger and daughter Kat, Emily Stefenson and Scott Prouty.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 29th, 2015
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AmeriCorps members help clean up

Submitted photoAmeriCorps members from Tucker and Randolph counties lend a hand to clean up the Allegheny Highlands Trail Tuesday in conjunction with the Parsons Spring Clean Up. AmeriCorps members include Sydney More...

American physician, social activist, clown and author Hunter Doherty “Patch” Adams and friends visited Canaan Valley last week, assisting with the red spruce tree ecosystem restoration through the Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge.
By Parsons Advocate On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
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Patch Adams and friends ‘spruce up’ Tucker County

American physician, social activist, clown and author Hunter Doherty “Patch” Adams and friends visited Canaan Valley last week, assisting with the red spruce tree ecosystem restoration through the Canaan Valley More...

Local telecommunicators celebrate National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week last week, and on Wednesday, they turned the Tucker County 911 Center into a pirate ship, complete with pirates. Activities were planned for each day including dressing as pirates, as their favorite sports team, as their favorite hero, with their favorite hat and using a western theme. Celebrating Wednesday are Jennifer Rosier, Kyleigh Rosier, Jordan Hayes, Judy Long and Beverly Klus.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
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Tucker County Telecommunicators Awrrrrrr Great

Local telecommunicators celebrate National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week last week, and on Wednesday, they turned the Tucker County 911 Center into a pirate ship, complete with pirates. Activities were planned More...

The former Davis Center, located near Blackwater Falls State Park, may be slated for use as storage for the West Virginia parks division.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
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Audit finds $3.5 million loss/building not insured for two years

The former Davis Center, located near Blackwater Falls State Park, may be slated for use as storage for the West Virginia parks division. On Monday, lawmakers from the Senate Finance Committee questioned Stephanie More...

Amanda Harper, a junior at Tucker County High School, accepts the first place medal in commercial baking at the West Virginia Skills USA competition.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015
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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. KINGWOOD – A local high school student took home the gold during 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...