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Ron Hollis, Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge Director
By Penny Ellison On Tuesday, October 21st, 2014
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Heart of the Highlands Holds Annual Stakeholders Meeting

The Heart of the Highlands, or HoH as it is known, held its annual “stakeholders” meeting this past week at the Canaan Valley Volunteer Fire Department. The not-for-profit group’s mission is to complete a More...

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By Beth Christian Broschart On Tuesday, October 14th, 2014
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Tucker County number one in business industry growth in September

PARSONS – Tucker County is a great place to live and run a business, and recent statistics from the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office affirm that fact. In September, Tucker County had the largest percentage More...

By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, October 7th, 2014
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Questions for local candidates

Do you want to know more about our local candidates and their thoughts on local issues? In this edition of The Parsons Advocate we will be addressing a few questions to the local candidates and publish their responses More...

Delegates’ Listening Tour Visits Highlands For Small Business Solutions
By Parsons Advocate On Tuesday, October 7th, 2014
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Delegates’ Listening Tour Visits Highlands For Small Business Solutions

Charles ‘Chuck’ Terrell, president of Eastern WV Community and Technical College, standing center, opens a WV House of Delegates’ Listening Tour session September 25. More than 40 area residents expressed 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...

Laborers completing Corridor H celebrate Labor Day Wednesday with a thank you luncheon provided by the Robert C. Byrd Corridor H Highway Authority.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, September 10th, 2014
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Corridor H Workers Honored With Burger And Brats Buffet

DAVIS – More than 100 laborers, working to finish Corridor H to Davis, took time from their work Wednesday to gather with Robert C. Byrd Corridor H Highway Authority members for a thank you luncheon. The celebration More...

Tucker County Commissioner Lowell Moore, Delegate Randy Smith, Patrick Darlington and Danny Wagner talk with Tucker County Republicans Sunday during the God, Country and Coal Rally at Mill Race Park in Parsons.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
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Republicans rally in the park

PARSONS – Tucker County republicans gathered at Mill Race Park Sunday for fellowship and food, and for the opportunity to hear updates from local and state-wide Republican candidates during the God, Country and More...

Representatives from the Tucker County Ambulance Authority ask Tucker County Commission for emergency help to purchase a new ambulance during Wednesday’s meeting. Discussing the request are County Commissioners Diane Hinkle, Mike Rosenau, Lowell Moore, Tucker County Prosecuting Attorney Ray LaMora III, and Tucker County Ambulance Authority members Kathy Kahler and Bobby Phillips.
By Beth Christian Broschart On Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
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Tucker County Commission provides funds for ambulance purchase

PARSONS – Tucker County Commissioners voted unanimously to allocate $16,000 in emergency funds toward the purchase of a new ambulance. The decision was prompted by the fact that all but one ambulance was broken More...