- Progress being made on the Canaan Valley Wildlife Refuge.
- Lowell Moore reelected as President of Tucker County Commission for 2020.
- Special Olympics bowling team brings home medals.
- Loretta Phillips retires from Cortland Acres after 26 years.
- Ann Jackson DDS joins St. George Dental Clinic.
- Tucker Valley boys’ basketball team improves to 10-0.
- Red Lipscomb wins $10,000 in West Virginia Lottery game.
- Tucker Valley boys’ basketball up record to 13-0.
- Miners & Merchants Bank sponsors the new scoreboard at DTEMS.
- Tucker Valley boys’ basketball remains undefeated.
- PVFD received donation of two Stop the Bleed Kits by the St. George Medical Clinic.
- Depot Diner is open for business.
- Davis-Thomas girls’ and boys’ JV wins Union Tournament.
- Tucker Valley girls’ basketball play in Conference Championship.
- Tucker Valley boys win PVL championship and finish season 20-0.
- Tucker County girl’s win Sectional Championship over Moorefield.
- Tina Wood hired as new Davis Water Clerk.
- County takes preventative actions against COVID-19.
- Heckler murder trial relocated to Mineral County.
- Lady Mountain Lions advance to 16th straight state tournament with win.
- Ace Aggregates opens new rock quarry.
- WV high school sports put on hold due to coronavirus.
- Two test positive for COVID-19 in Tucker County.
- Principal Stephen Cosner to resign at end of school year.
- Harman Fund distributes over $1 million.
- Parsons implements sewage rate increase.
- Only essential businesses to be open because of COVID-19.
- New owners of Timberline Mountain announce infrastructure improvements.
- PVFD adds brush truck to fleet.
- Wireless broadband now available in Tucker county Industrial Park.
- Elkins Physical Therapy comes to Parsons.
- Tucker County girls’ basketball players collect all-star honors.
- P&C furniture Store demolished.
- Funding awarded to study removal of Albright Dam.
- PVFD Carnival canceled for first time in decades.
- Monongahela National forest celebrates 100 years of conservation and service.
- Lights at the baseball, football and softball fields were illuminated to honor 2020 senior athletes who lost their final season.
- TCHS greenhouse open for spring plant needs.
- Cortland Acres is COVID-19 free.
- Samuel Blosser resigns from City Council.
- 4Th of July celebration canceled.
- Challenge in the Hills canceled.
- Pulp Mill Bottom receives major facelift.
- Building demo starts on First St.
- Landfill receives financial assistance still facing tonnage decrease.
- Tabitha Witemore missing for several days.
- TCHS goes above and beyond to offer 2020 seniors a proper graduation.
- James “Raine” McCauley recognized by President Trump.
- Friends of Blackwater receives large grant for Blackwater Loop Trail.
- Melvin and Shirley Phillips celebrate 60th wedding anniversary.
- Riley Barb and Brian Wilfong win seats in Magistrate Court.
- Still Hollow Spirits donate byproduct for sanitizing agent.
- Megan Helmick names Teacher of the Year for 2019-2020.
- New playground equipment for Mill Race Park.
- Jacob Moore receives Good Citizen Award from DAR.
- Ethan Carr and Sidney Simmons receive State FFA Degree.
- PVFD contain fire at Ace Aggregates.
- Purple Heart belonging to Paul R. Carr, native of the Dry Fork area, was found in California.
- Jason White pleads guilty to 2017 murder.
- Parsons graduates as a Blueprint Community.
- Mt. Lions drop opener to Tygarts Valley.
- Tabitha Witemore found near Baltimore Md.
- Heckler murder trial rescheduled for December.
- Mountaineer Garden Club sponsors Blue Star Memorial sign.
- Governor Justice announces Virgin Hyerloop to build in Tucker and Grant counties.
- PVFD receives decontamination units.
- Humane officer and Sheriff’s deputies recuse a dog from atop Olsen Tower.
- Terry Nelson grows a record giant pumpkin weighing in at 1,686 pounds.
- Tucker County Parks and Recreation hear concerns about the condition of Camp Kidd.
- Macy Helmick and Abigail Wilfong win Golden Horseshoe.
- Work begins on St. George Medical Clinic Pharmacy.
- New illustrated signs highlight heritage in Davis and Thomas.
- Benbush Business Services announces closure.
- Heckler murder trial rescheduled for March 2021.
- Canvass of votes secure Savannah Hull Wilkins as Prosecutor and Mike Rosenau as County Commissioner. Jake Kopec wins Sheriff race.
- Basketball court added to Mill Race Park.
- Tucker Gifts opens in Parsons.
- Hunters harvest 38.776 bucks during firearm season.
- COVID-19 vaccine delivered to Parsons.
- Zoe Evans earns Wedding Vendor Honor.