There are 981 matches for the year 2001:

Date PublishedArticle
12-31-2001 FORMER WENDY'S OWNER WANTS HIS CUT - Smith Acquitted Of Stealing
12-31-2001 GOODRICH JOBS STILL DOWN THE TUBES - Product Lines May Be Shifted Abroad
12-31-2001 FIREMEN RESPOND TO DEEP WELL SITE - Neighbors Report Controlled Burn
12-31-2001 AMES TRUE TEMPER "SHOVEL PLANT" SOLD FOR $165 MILLION - Investment Company Closing Deal
12-30-2001 SUNDAY HUNTING OPTION IN SUNNY CAL - Issue Will Be Decided January 7
12-29-2001 FIRE TOTALS WOLF RUN MOBILE HOME – Fire Departments Respond On Icy Road
12-29-2001 GILMER-CALHOUN PHONE JAM HAS ENDED – Tolls Will Be Removed From Calling Area
12-29-2001 LEGISLATURE’S RE-DISTRICTING PLAN LEGAL – Kanawha Will Keep Four Senators
12-29-2001 MAIN STREET HOUSE GUTTED – Fire Destroys Grantsville Residence Early Saturday
12-27-2001 GILMER PRISON WILL OPEN IN SPRING - 400 Expected To Be Hired
12-27-2001 CALHOUN MARRIAGES RECORDED - Records Of Calhoun County Clerk
12-24-2001 TRAUMA CARE AT CAMC AT RISK - Decision By January 1
12-24-2001 MAG-LITE LAWSUIT FILED AGAINST STATE TROOPER - Filed In Kanawha County Court
12-24-2001 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL RECEIVES UP-GRADE FUNDS - $700,000 Granted By School Building Authority
12-24-2001 THE MUSIC OF CHRISTMAS - First Baptist Church Cantata
12-24-2001 FIRE LEVELS WEASE HOUSE ON ANNAMORIAH - Occupants Escape Uninjured
12-24-2001 CHILD INJURED BY SCALDING WATER - Infant Taken To Roane General
12-23-2001 SENIOR CENTER HAS CHRISTMAS DINNER - Senior Choir Entertains
12-23-2001 THIRTEEN GET AX AT CLAY EMS - "We Don't Have The Funds To Pull The Ambulance Out"
12-23-2001 HISTORICAL SOCIETY LOOKING FOR MEMBERS - Only $15 A Year
12-22-2001 COMMISSION APPROVES COUNTY RE-DISTRICTING - $105,746 In Grant Contracts Approved, New Emergency Services Center Proposed
12-22-2001 LIVE NATIVITY PROCLAIMS CHRISTMAS MESSAGE - Drive-Through At Victory Baptist Church
12-22-2001 WEST VIRGINIA WATER CO. BEING SOLD TO GERMAN CONCERN - Public Service Commission Open For Comments
12-22-2001 COURTHOUSE EMPLOYEES CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS - It's An Annual Event
12-21-2001 BUDGET CUTS HIT GLENVILLE STATE - Enrollment Not Growing
12-21-2001 SERVICES HELD FOR ROANE SQUAD MEMBER - Medical Examiner Will Determine Cause
12-21-2001 A RAINBOW CHRISTMAS - At Pleasant Hill School
12-21-2001 CLAY AMBULANCE SERVICE BROKE - May Shut Down January 15
12-20-2001 PROSECUTOR WILL NOT SEEK STATE POLICE INVESTIGATION - Mace Drug Case Based On Garden Sulfur
12-20-2001 NURSING HOME COSTS MAY MEAN LOSS OF PROPERTY - Federal Government Refuses West Virginia Plan
12-20-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
12-19-2001 BACK FORK WATER PROJECT FUNDED - Governor Wise Presents SCBG For $515,000 To Calhoun, Wirt Gets $250,000 For Health Center
12-19-2001 CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - Special Meeting Minutes
12-18-2001 WIRT-CALHOUN DEVELOPMENT GROUP MEETS - Strategic Plan Reviewed, Development Director To Be Hired
12-18-2001 CRESTON NEWS
12-18-2001 CHEVY CRASHES INTO GARAGE - Driver Uninjured In Millstone Wreck
12-17-2001 ROANE EMS MEMBER DEAD FROM GUNSHOT WOUND - Incident Occurred On Squad's Parking Lot
12-17-2001 COMMISSION CONSIDERS RE-DISTRICTING FRIDAY - New 911, OES, EMS Building On Agenda
12-16-2001 VOTING DISTRICTS WILL BE ADJUSTED - Special Meeting Set For Friday
12-16-2001 PARKERSBURG MAN INJURED IN 4-WHEELER ACCIDENT - Transported To St. Joseph Hospital
12-16-2001 CALHOUN HIGH'S CHRISTMAS DANCE - A 2001 Photo Scrapbook
12-15-2001 HUNTERS KILL 63,658 ANTLERLESS DEER - Falls Short Of Projection
12-15-2001 CHARACTER EDUCATION ESSAY CONTEST - Student Writers Participate
12-14-2001 WRECK VICTIM CAUSES DISTURBANCE - Mollohan Seriously Injured
12-14-2001 AMBULANCE BIRTH BABY VISITS EMS - Born En Route To Hospital
12-14-2001 CHS FOOTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO MID-OHIO TEAM - Recognized By Parkersburg-Marietta Papers
12-13-2001 WOMAN LIFE-FLIGHTED FROM CHLOE ACCIDENT - Truck Rollover On Route 16
12-13-2001 NATIONAL GUARD SENT TO FORT KNOX - Awaiting Orders In War On Terrorism
12-13-2001 PEIA VOTES TO INCREASE INSURANCE RATES - Plan Will Go To Governor Wise
12-13-2001 ATV BILL WILL COME TO LEGISLATURE - Counties Could Decide Where To Ride
12-13-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - From Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
12-12-2001 WIRT COUNTY COURTHOUSE AUCTION WELL ATTENDED - Bargain Prices Make Satisfied Customers
12-12-2001 CRESTON NEWS
12-12-2001 WANTED: GOOD LOCATIONS FOR LOTTERY MACHINES - 3,810 Still Open For Bids
12-12-2001 LATE NIGHT VOTE HIKES CONGRESSIONAL SALARIES - $150,000 A Year, Plus Lots Of Perks
12-11-2001 CALHOUN MIDDLE-HIGH SCHOOL PRESENTS HOLIDAY CONCERT - Large Crowd Enjoys Seasonal Music
12-11-2001 MASTER'S BOUQUET CELEBRATES FIRST YEAR - Arnoldsburg Floral Has Open House
12-11-2001 TRUCK ALMOST GOES INTO WEST FORK RIVER - Metheney Uninjured
12-11-2001 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCES - Honor-Achievement Roll - 2nd Grading Period
12-10-2001 COMMUNITY ENJOYS SPIRITED HEARTWOOD CELEBRATION - Center Plans Big Event For 20th Anniversary
12-09-2001 THE GREEN HAZE - Trooper Released After Short "Example"
12-09-2001 CAPITO BREAKS RANKS AGAINST "FAST TRACK" - Loss Of Goodrich And Kellwood Jobs Helps Decision, Opponents Lost By One Vote
12-09-2001 TANNER UN-INJURED IN JOKER ACCIDENT - Auto Heavily Damaged
12-08-2001 DMV IN SPENCER OPENS NEXT FRIDAY - Driver's Test Location Changes
12-08-2001 ROANE HIGH STUDENT CRITICAL AFTER WRECK - Propane Huffer In Burn Center
12-08-2001 CALHOUN COUNTY DIVORCES - November 2001
12-07-2001 KEMPER AND STURM REMEMBER "DAY OF INFAMY" - December 7, 1941
12-07-2001 LIONS HELP WITH CHRISTMAS EVENTS - Donations Approved
12-07-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Records Of Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
12-07-2001 McKELVEY SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS NAMED - Albaugh, Cain. Jones And Yeager
12-07-2001 SHOW AND TELL TIME - Christmas Get Together For Historical Society
12-06-2001 DOMINION HOPE TO RAISE RATES - 8.5 Percent Increase Allowed
12-05-2001 ROGERS PROVIDES MASSAGE SERVICES - "Helps Circulation And Relaxes Mind And Body"
12-05-2001 BOARD APPROVES MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAYGROUND - Concerns Expressed Over Water Leaks
12-05-2001 NEWBORN DELIVERED IN CALHOUN AMBULANCE - "It Is Not A Frequent Event"
12-05-2001 ARNOLDSBURG 'S LIGHTS ON DULCIMER CLASS WRAPS UP - Students Reap Rewards
12-05-2001 E-911 ADDRESSING COMING SOON - Sunday Hunting Issue Discussed At Commission
12-05-2001 CALHOUN MIDDLE SCHOOL ACTIVITIES - Spelling Bee Winners, Adopt A Patient And Read To Me Day
12-04-2001 CHARTER CABLE RATES RISING - Residents Complain About Poor Service
12-04-2001 McKOWN ESCAPES INJURY - Truck Heavily Damaged On Leatherbark
12-04-2001 CRESTON NEWS
12-04-2001 STUDENT EXPULSIONS ON SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA - "For The Safety Of Other Kids, It Might Be A Good Thing"
12-03-2001 ENRON ENERGY COLLAPSE HURTS LOCALLY - $61 Billion In Bankruptcy
12-03-2001 COMMISSION WILL DISCUSS INFRASTRUCTURE NEEDS - Sunday Hunting On Ballot?
12-03-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrate Postalwait And Robinson
12-03-2001 CABOT-MORRIS DEEP WELL MAY BE "COMING IN" - Rumors Flying Regarding Production
12-03-2001 MALPRACTICE CRISIS AVERTED BY STOP-GAP MEASURE - Long Term Solutions Will Continue
12-03-2001 CALHOUN POLITICS SIMMERING - Reports Floating Regarding Candidates
12-02-2001 TWO COUNTIES PLACE SUNDAY HUNTING ON BALLOT - Calhoun Commission Will Discuss Issue Monday
12-02-2001 HOMETOWN CHRISTMAS WINNERS - Merchant Window Displays, Angel Tree Decorated Thursday
12-01-2001 GRANTSVILLE HAS NEW CLOTHING STORE - Little Kanawha Dry Goods Opens Doors
12-01-2001 GRANTSVILLE WOMEN GET THREE YEARS PROBATION - Check Cashing Problems
11-30-2001 FIRST DAY HUNTER BAGS A BUCK - Eleven-Year-Old Kills Deer At Hunt Club
11-30-2001 GOOD NEIGHBOR'S BRAKES FAIL, WINDOW BREAKS - Speedy Mart Checks In Deer And A Vehicle
11-30-2001 MALPRACTICE FACES WEEKEND ACTION - Legislature Still Wrangling
11-30-2001 WV NATIONAL GUARD AND ARMY RESERVES ACTIVATED FOR DEFENSE - Missions In Kosovo - Iraq And Homeland Defense
11-29-2001 DEER CRASH AND CRUNCH ON BARNES RUN - Charlie Sampson Sustains Minor Injuries
11-29-2001 GREAT GIFTS, GREAT PRICES FOR CHRISTMAS LISTS - Grantsville's Hometown Country Christmas
11-29-2001 GRANTSVILLE LAUNCHES MUNICIPAL COURT - Ordinance Fines Will Be Levied, Municipal Traffic Tickets Issued
11-28-2001 DEER KILL TOTALS - Ending Tuesday Night
11-27-2001 "DROP DEAD" WEEK FOR MALPRACTICE CRISIS - West Virginia Short On Access To Care
11-27-2001 LOW CRIME STATS AT STATE COLLEGES - Glenville State Reports Seven Incidents
11-27-2001 CRESTON NEWS
11-26-2001 CHARLESTON GAZETTE REPORTS - Most Successful Candidates Receive Money From Large Business Interests
11-25-2001 WADDELL WILL BE HONORED AT BILL OF RIGHTS DINNER - Clay Editor Outspoken Over Church-State Separation
11-25-2001 JACKSON'S MILL WILL UPGRADE $31 MILLION - 3000 Seat Auditorium Will Be New Addition
11-25-2001 WHITED APPOINTED FAMILY LAW JUDGE - Position Will Be On Primary Ballot
11-23-2001 DEER KILL COULD CREATE SOME RECORDS - 12-Point Buck Checked In Grantsville
11-23-2001 ARNOLDSBURG GETTING NEW MOTEL - Facility Located At "Y"
11-23-2001 ARNOLDSBURG THANKSGIVING - Good Food, Good People
11-23-2001 PEDESTRIAN STRUCK BY CAR ON YELLOW CREEK - County Quiet Over Thanksgiving
11-23-2001 STATEWIDE BURN BAN STILL IN EFFECT - Unlawful Burning Fines Up To $300
11-22-2001 GOVERNOR WISE COMES TO CALHOUN - "I'm Keeping My Promises" He Tells Seniors
11-21-2001 THIRD ANNUAL ARNOLDSBURG THANKSGIVING DINNER - Thursday, November 22, 2001
11-21-2001 LIONS WILL HELP WITH CHRISTMAS PARADE - Improvements To Club House
11-21-2001 FIELD OF FLOWERS PERFORMANCE - Heartwood's December Celebration
11-21-2001 FIRST DAY DEER KILL UP - 590+ Bucks Checked
11-20-2001 MAGISTRATE POSTALWAIT ON THE JOB - Official Duties Began Yesterday
11-20-2001 FOREST FIRES BREAK OUT LOCALLY - Slow Rain Falling On Area
11-20-2001 CRESTON NEWS
11-20-2001 ONE-ROOM SCHOOL PROJECT NEEDS FUNDS - Stevens School Project
11-19-2001 ROAD FORK ROAD STRUCTURE BURNS - Grantsville VFD Has Busy Night
11-19-2001 MAN INJURED IN TRUCK ROLLOVER - Pleasant Hill Accident
11-19-2001 COURTHOUSE EMPLOYEES CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING - A Time To Be Thankful
11-17-2001 ABUSE AND BATTERY BROUGHT AGAINST THREE MEN - Two Face Felony Charges
11-17-2001 DROUGHT YET TO BE DECLARED - Rainfall Light Since August 1
11-17-2001 MALPRACTICE CRISIS COULD HIT MINNIE HAMILTON - Insurance Carrier Pulling Out Of West Virginia
11-17-2001 LUIGINO'S FOOD LOCATING IN WOOD - Will Bring 600 Jobs To Area, Jobs For Regional Residents
11-17-2001 MAYOR SLIDER WINS AGAIN - Complaints Filed Over Raffle
11-17-2001 METEOR MADNESS AT CALHOUN PARK - Rise Early To See Leonid Display
11-16-2001 RABIES VACCINE DROP NOW COMPLETED - Stopping Westward Rabies Outbreak
11-16-2001 LIGHTS ON! PROVIDES CLASSES - After School Recreation And Tutoring
11-16-2001 STATE POLICE WILL INVESTIGATE LIBRARY BUGGING - Faculty Complains About Internal Investigation
11-16-2001 POETRY COMES ALIVE - Acting Poetry At Lights On! Presentation
11-15-2001 CRESTON NEWS
11-15-2001 MOVING MOUNTAIN TOPS FOR JOBS - Roane Economic Authority Making Flat Land
11-15-2001 SPENCER'S NEW MUNICIPAL BUILDING A PLUS - But DMV On Every Block?
11-14-2001 DEER RUNNING WILD, "TIS THE SEASON" - Crashes Into Car Windshield
11-13-2001 FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE - Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
11-12-2001 WEST FORK PARK VOLUNTEERS HONORED - "There Has Been A Lot Of Dedication"
11-11-2001 GILMER PROSECUTOR UNHAPPY OVER STATE POLICE CONDUCT - "No Shows, Holding Back Key Facts And Delaying Investigations"
11-10-2001 GLENVILLE STATE'S "SECRET RECORDING" CASE ONGOING - Prosecutor Says Judge Should Appoint Special Prosecutor
11-10-2001 FREEDOM'S "LIGHT MUST CONTINUE TO BURN" - Manchin Addresses CHS Veteran's Assembly
11-10-2001 FOREST FIRE RISK REMAINS HIGH - Nearly 32,000 Acres Burned
11-09-2001 LITTLE HOPE FOR GOODRICH PLANT - Officials Continue Trying
11-09-2001 LITTLE KANAWHA LONGBEARDS JOIN CARE PROGRAM - NWTF To Supply Thanksgiving Turkeys
11-09-2001 APPLE SEEDS PROGRAM IS BACK - Sessions November 14 And 15
11-09-2001 WIRT COUNTY APPROVES LEVY IN ALL PRECINCTS - Levy Breakdown Given
11-09-2001 BELL'S HEROISM RETURNS TO CALHOUN TODAY - Grantsville Bridge Named In His Honor
11-08-2001 CRESTON NEWS
11-08-2001 SPEEDY MART CELEBRATES 15 YEARS - Arnoldsburg Convenience Store Keeps Improving
11-08-2001 SMOKE GETTING IN YOUR EYES? - Southern West Virginia Smoke Drifting North
11-08-2001 PLEASANT HILL OFFERS LIGHTS ON CLASSES - Chair Caning
11-07-2001 CHLOE WOMAN WANTS STATE POLICE INVESTIGATED - Alleges Trooper Starcher Lied About Evidence, Civil Suit Being Filed
11-07-2001 COURTHOUSE GETS NEW SECURITY SYSTEM - Cameras Monitor Visitors, Alarm System Installed
11-07-2001 HUNTER RESCUED FROM CHILLING WOODS - Rondall "Elic" Stull Found Incapacitated
11-07-2001 SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES RELEASED - November 5, 2001 Meeting
11-07-2001 WIRT APPROVES EDUCATION LEVY - 615 For, 246 Against
11-06-2001 VOTER DISTRICTS TO BE EQUALIZED - Mandate Of 2000 Census, Commission Helps With EMS Funding
11-06-2001 EXPULSION HEARING HELD AT BOARD MEETING - System Has Lost Only 28 Pupils This Year
11-05-2001 CAPITO VISITS GOODRICH PLANT TODAY - 147 Workers Losing Their Jobs
11-05-2001 VETERAN'S DAY ASSEMBLY -Secretary Of State Joe Manchin III To Attend
11-05-2001 NORTHERN LIGHTS OVER SUNNY CAL - Go Look Now!
11-05-2001 CALHOUN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES - Records Of County And Circuit Clerk
11-05-2001 PARSON'S ONE-STOP HAS FIRST ANNIVERSARY - "We Are Growing And We Are Grateful"
11-04-2001 VOTING DISTRICTS WILL BE REAPPORTIONED - Commission Meets Monday At 5 P.M.
11-03-2001 RICHARD POSTALWAIT NEW MAGISTRATE - Judge Evans Announces Appointment Yesterday
11-03-2001 COOPER INJURED ON RAIN-SLICK ROAD - Truck Strikes Hillside Rocks
11-02-2001 GLENVILLE COLLEGE LIBRARIAN RESIGNS - Secret Recording Device Discovered In Library
11-02-2001 STATE OF EMERGENCY IN WEST VIRGINIA FORESTS - Burn Ban Still In Effect
11-02-2001 PSC APPROVES RATE INCREASE - Mountaineer Gas Customers Will Pay 16.5% More
11-02-2001 LOCAL REGION LOSING 270 JOBS - Efforts Made To Change The Mind Of Goodrich
11-01-2001 LIONS CLUB HAS WATER PLANT TOUR - Club Will Repair Christmas Lights
10-31-2001 HOMELAND SECURITY WILL BECOME WAY OF LIFE - Spencer's 1092nd Engineers On Alert
10-31-2001 HALLOWEEN NIGHT WILL HAVE A FULL MOON - Flanked By Seven Deadly Sisters
10-31-2001 MORATORIUM ON OUTDOOR BURNING IN EFFECT- National Gaurd Troops Help Battle Blazes
10-30-2001 WILLARD, WOOLLY WORMS OR THE FARMER'S ALMANAC - Whose On First For Winter Weather?
10-30-2001 ARNOLDSBURG "LIGHTS ON!" PROGRAM VISITS CASS RAILROAD - "Saturday Adventure Club"
10-30-2001 GHOSTS AND GOBLINS TAKE OVER GRANTSVILLE - Trick Or Treat Scenes
10-30-2001 CRESTON NEWS
10-29-2001 BLOSSER SENTENCED 2-13 FOR DUI DEATH - Key Energy Settling With Family
10-29-2001 LEGISLATURE WILL ATTEMPT ATV LAWS AGAIN - Mahan Says Reckless Driving ATV's Is A Sport
10-29-2001 A THIRSTY DRACULA, AN AX-WEILDING KILLER AND ASSORTED GOBLINS - MHHCC Has Halloween Event
10-28-2001 WISE WILL WORK ON KEEPING GOODRICH OPEN - Spencer Plant Set To Close Next Year
10-28-2001 "Y" WOMEN GREET HALLOWEEN CUSTOMERS - "Y" Restaurant At Arnoldsburg
10-28-2001 GRANTSVILLE HOTEL RE-OPENS - A Welcome Return To The Community
10-27-2001 GRIM REAPER AND CHAIN SAW KILLER ON HAUNTED TRAIL - Grantsville VFD Fundraiser Continues Tonight
10-27-2001 MAJOR SLIDE DISRUPTS POWER AT DEEP WELL SITE - Ardent Resources Deep Well Rig Not Affected
10-27-2001 STEER CREEK GHOST WAITS TO RECEIVE GUESTS
10-27-2001 BRUSH FIRE OUT OF CONTROL IN BRAXTON - Upper West Fork VFD Gives Assistance, Calhoun EMS Responds To Arnoldsburg Collision
10-26-2001 BRYNER ROAD WOMEN SAVE THE DAY - Woods Fire Brought Under Control
10-26-2001 GOODRICH GOING DOWN WILL CAUSE MAJOR LOSS - Rural Economies Take Another Hit, 147 Lose Jobs
10-25-2001 CALHOUN MEN WILL SERVE TIME - Evans Says "The Public Good Requires Incarceration," Harrison Sentenced To State Pen
10-25-2001 CALHOUN'S MAGISTERIAL DISTRICTS TO CHANGE - Lawsuits Filed Over State Redistricting
10-25-2001 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLLS - First Grading Period
10-24-2001 FOREST FIRES STRIKE TUESDAY NIGHT - Fire Departments Fight Three Different Blazes
10-24-2001 SHARKS VISIT PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL - Six Flags Presentation
10-24-2001 DEEP DRILLER - Energy Corp. Of America And S.W. Jack Drilling Build $5 Million Rig - Reprint From Charleston Gazette
10-22-2001 CRESTON NEWS
10-22-2001 DRUG FREE OLYMPIC DAY BIG HIT - Music, Prizes And Games Held Saturday
10-22-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrate T. Robinson
10-21-2001 OCTOBER INDIAN SUMMER - An Out And About Kind Of Day
10-20-2001 CALHOUN CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES MONDAY - Judge Thomas Evans III
10-18-2001 NATIONAL WILD TURKEY GROUP ORGANIZES - The Little Kanawha Longbeards
10-18-2001 HEALTH FAIR DRAWS 112 PARTICIPANTS - Held Wednesday At Senior Center
10-18-2001 DEEP WELL DRILLERS INJURED LATE WEDNESDAY - Taken To Minnie Hamilton Health Care
10-18-2001 SECOND ANNUAL VETS APPRECIATION DAY - Norv Nelson, VFW Quartermaster Speaks
10-17-2001 SCHOOL BOARD MEETS MONDAY - Meeting Held At Pleasant Hill School
10-17-2001 CRESTON NEWS
10-17-2001 8TH GRADE STUDENTS START FUND – Help Rebuild the Pentagon
10-17-2001 CAR EXTENSIVELY DAMAGED BY FIRE - GVFD Responds Tuesday Evening
10-16-2001 ARNOLDSBURG FIREMEN AND FAMILY MEMBERS ENJOY DAY - Annual Get-Together
10-16-2001 GROUP TAKES BLENNERHASSETT TOUR - 103 Area Parents And Children
10-15-2001 POSTALWAITE APPROVED BY STATE BAR - Former Calhoun Resident Becomes Attorney
10-14-2001 TRUCK SPINS OUT OF CONTROL - Lands On Top On Rt. 16
10-13-2001 JONES CHILD DIES AFTER BEING STRUCK - Accident Thursday Evening On Sugar Camp
10-13-2001 TWO SENT TO HOSPITAL AFTER HEAD-ON COLLISION - Wrecks And Fires Keep Emergency Services Busy
10-13-2001 NEWELL'S CAR STOLEN AT ORMA - Family Asks For Help
10-13-2001 SCHOOL BOARDS PASS DEEP WELL RESOLUTION - Tax Fairness To Rural Counties
10-12-2001 SUGAR CAMP CHILD STRUCK BY CAR - Infant Flown To Charleston
10-12-2001 MISDEMEANORS AND CITATIONS - Magistrate Court Records
10-12-2001 SUNDAY HUNTING BEGINS THIS WEEKEND - Law Passed Earlier This Year
10-11-2001 PINE CREEK DWELLING TOTAL LOSS - Ammo, Propane Tank
And Vehicles Increase Risk
10-10-2001 BURNING SPRINGS OIL WELL PARK - Historic Site Being Developed
10-09-2001 CONCERT FOR AMERICA SAYS THANKS - Proceeds To Go To Red Cross
10-09-2001 TRUCK STRIKES HILL ON BARNES RUN - Shawn Parsons Taken To MHHCC
10-08-2001 CRESTON NEWS
10-07-2001 OCTOBERFEST WELCOMES FALL TO SUNNY CAL - A Community Festival
10-07-2001 AMES TRUE TEMPER APPROVES CONTRACT - Workers Return Sunday Night
10-07-2001 SCADS OF BEAUTIFUL MUMS - Valley View Greenhouse Sale
10-06-2001 SPENCER WAL-MART NOT CLOSING - "Sales Are Good"
10-05-2001 MAGISTRATE STEVE JOHNSON RESIGNS - Supreme Court Investigating, Kanawha Prosecutor Appointed
10-05-2001 PLEASANT HILL OFFERS LIGHTS ON CLASSES - Registration Limited
10-05-2001 SPIRIT AND COMPLIMENTS ACKNOWLEDGED BY SCHOOL BOARD - Minutes Of October 2 Meeting
10-05-2001 CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER TO OFFER CLASSES - Funded By Lights On!
10-04-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE BEING INVESTIGATED - Alleged Misuse Of Funds
10-04-2001 GILMER COUNTY EDA TO HONOR RESIDENTS - 2nd Annual Awards Banquet
10-04-2001 COMMISSION PASSES RESOLUTION FOR CITIZENS - Response To Terrorist Attack
10-03-2001 MOLASSES HORSE AND BUGGY WINNERS - Most Part Of Caravan
10-03-2001 "KING OF THE HILL" BOW COMPETITION - The 2001 Winners
10-03-2001 BIG NEWS IN HARD TIMES - Calhoun County Is In The Black
10-03-2001 305TH MILITARY POLICE UNIT ACTIVATED - Soldiers Depart Big Bend Armory
10-03-2001 "LIGHTS ON!" CELEBRATION RECOGNIZES PROGRAMS - It Was A Big Night Out
10-03-2001 PRETTY BABY WINNERS - 34th Molasses Featival Contest
10-02-2001 A BRILLIANT "LIGHT'S ON!" CELEBRATION - "We Really Do This For The Children"
10-02-2001 CALHOUN SOLDIERS WITH 305TH MP ACTIVATED - Will Depart Big Bend Armory Today
10-02-2001 FIRST OF WV NATIONAL GUARD TO BE DEPLOYED TODAY - Moundsville And Martinsburg Troops
10-01-2001 COUNTY COMMISSION AND SCHOOL BOARD AGENDAS - Monday And Tuesday
10-01-2001 CRESTON NEWS
10-01-2001 GOOB IS UPRIGHT, THINGS ARE LOOKING UP - "Walking Party" May Be His Greatest Victory
10-01-2001 HERITAGE DAYS A SUCCESS - Appreciation To Those Who Helped
10-01-2001 TRUCK PLUNGES OVER PINE CREEK HILL - Grantsville Men Injured
09-30-2001 LONG LINE FOR 'LASSES - Festival Concludes In Arnoldsburg
09-30-2001 HEAD START AVAILABLE - Opportunity For Pre-School Children
09-30-2001 BULLDOG RIDING LAWNMOWER ASSOCIATION - At Tanner Fest October 6
09-30-2001 GRANTSVILLE VFD RAISES $3000 FOR NY VICTIMS - Calhoun Reaches Out To Help
09-30-2001 SAMPSON CRITICAL IN CHARLESTON GENERAL - Prayer Requests For Lizzie Stout
09-29-2001 2001 CALHOUN HIGH HOMECOMING - Picture Scrapbook
09-29-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Records of Magistrates Johnson And Robinson
09-29-2001 GRAND PARADE TODAY IN ARNOLDSBURG - Molasses Festival Wraps Up
09-28-2001 MOLASSES FESTIVAL PRETTY BABES - "My Baby Is Prettier Than Your Baby"
09-28-2001 COLLINS AND ARNOLD REIGN - 34th West Virginia Molasses
09-28-2001 CONCERT FOR AMERICA - Fundraiser For WTC Victims
09-27-2001 RABIES VACCINE DROPS CONTINUE - Low-Flying Planes Have Completed Calhoun
09-27-2001 CHS HOMECOMING 2001 FRIDAY - Football, Parade And Homecoming Royalty
09-27-2001 MOLASSES SQUEEZIN', YA'LL COME - 34th Annual Festival At Arnoldsburg September 27-29
09-27-2001 GRANTSVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT HELPING NY VICTIMS - " God Bless America's Bravest" At Benefit Breakfast
09-26-2001 ATV REGULATIONS GEARING UP AGAIN - To Control Or Not, That Is The Question
09-26-2001 SENIOR CENTER ACQUIRES PROPERTY - Recognizes Senator Donna Boley
09-25-2001 REDISTRICTING SQUABBLES OR WHO'S ON FIRST - Winners And Losers, Complaints In The Land Of Oz
09-25-2001 "GOOB" UP AND WALKING - Community Welcome To Walking Party
09-25-2001 GROWING GINSENG AND GOLDENSEAL - Earn Income From Your Woodlands
09-25-2001 SCHOOL'S WEB SITES HIT BY VIRUS - Techs Are Working On Problem
09-24-2001 THE HUR HERALD: "A Poor Persons Paper"
09-24-2001 CRESTON NEWS
09-23-2001 DR. KHOURY CONTESTS REPORTS ABOUT PROBATION - Medical Board Reveals Their Position
09-23-2001 NEW DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR POSITION OPEN - Two-County Venture Up And Running
09-23-2001 FOUR-WHEELER INJURES WEST FORK MAN - HealthNet Flies Victim To Charleston
09-22-2001 SENIOR'S HERITAGE DAY CONCLUDES - Day With Many Events
09-21-2001 RUSH FOUND IN NORTH CAROLINA - Missing On September 10
09-21-2001 BLOOD DRIVE SUCCESSFUL IN GRANTSVILLE - Need For Donated Blood Is High
09-21-2001 "NOT A SHRED OF EVIDENCE" - Chloe Woman Filing Suit Against State Police
09-21-2001 CONCERT FOR AMERICA - Calhoun High School
09-21-2001 BIG SPRINGS WOMAN INJURED - Car Goes Into Hillside
09-21-2001 FIRE DESTROYS MORRIS' CAR - Grantsville VFD Responds
09-21-2001 BUCHANAN INJURED AFTER HIT FROM CONCRETE TRUCK - Condition Described As Serious
09-21-2001 FIRE LEVELS STINSON RESIDENCE - Home Of Jackie And Misty Grose
09-20-2001 WTC FUND RAISING CONCERT - Jake Krack, The McBrides And More
09-20-2001 ARNOLDSBURG LIGHTS ON CELEBRATION – Mountain Stage’s Ron Sowell To Perform
09-20-2001 NATIONAL WILD TURKEY FEDERATION - Organizational Meeting
09-19-2001 GRANTSVILLE VFD TESTS EQUIPMENT - Monday Training Night
09-19-2001 HERALD READERSHIP HITS ALL-TIME HIGH - Sunny Cal, West Virginia, America And Faraway Lands
09-18-2001 PASTOR ZIMMER GRATEFUL - Prayer Vigil Successful
09-18-2001 SGT. BONAZZO TRANSFERRED - State Police Woes Continue
09-17-2001 CRESTON NEWS
09-16-2001 WORDS FROM OUR READERS - The Day Of Terror - September 11, 2001
09-16-2001 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL ANNOUNCES ROYALTY - 34th Annual Molasses Festival
09-16-2001 COACH DICK STURM - Caught On Camera
09-15-2001 PLEASANT HILL STUDENTS RESPOND - A Day Of Rememberance
09-15-2001 SUPPORT ATTACK ON AMERICA RESCUERS - Mustang Survival Employees Ask For Help
09-13-2001 Calhoun Middle-High School Offers “Lights On!” Classes - Evening Classes - Baby Sitting Available
09-13-2001 CALHOUN CIRCUIT COURT CASES - Heard September 11-12
09-12-2001 2001:RECREATION TRAIL BECOMES REALITY - "A Real Asset To The Community"
09-12-2001 CONSENSUS SAYS STRIKE BACK - Calhoun Prayer Vigil Tonight, Blood Donations Needed
09-12-2001 FEARED TO BE TARGETS - Chemical Plants On Alert
09-12-2001 LOW-FLYING PLANE CAUSES CALHOUN JITTERS - First Day Of Rabies Pellet Drop
09-12-2001 SAND RIDGE MAN DISAPPEARS - A Search Is On
09-11-2001 KNIGHT RETURNS TO MAYOR POST - Grantsville Council Gives Unanimous Approval
09-11-2001 GRAND JURY INDICTS THREE - Court Of Judge Thomas Evans III
09-10-2001 CRESTON NEWS
09-10-2001 KNOW YOUR RIGHTS FOR DEEP WELL DRILLING - Landowners Have Rights
09-10-2001 TYING THE KNOT - Marriages Recorded In August
09-10-2001 SUGAR CAMP WOMAN INJURED - Yellow Creek Accident
09-09-2001 JUDE BINDER IS A SHINING STAR - Open House At Heartwood In The Hills
09-08-2001 IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY - CCHS Class of 1982 Planning 20th Reunion
09-08-2001 HOPE MEN BRING WIVES TO FISH FRY - Retirees Getting Some Age
09-08-2001 CALHOUN OFFICIALS ATTEND ECONOMIC SUMMIT - Share Deep Well Drilling Concerns
09-07-2001 BURNER CASE CLOSED - "Somehow I Just Don't Feel Right"
09-07-2001 SEVENTY- FOUR DEEP PERMITS IN SUNNY CAL - Is The Sky The Limit?
09-07-2001 COMMISSION AGENDA FULL FOR MONDAY - Economic Development To Collecting Magistrate Fees
09-07-2001 JOAN'S ODDS AND ENDS - New Grantsville Business
09-07-2001 CALHOUN DIVORCES GRANTED - August, 2001
09-06-2001 FILTERS REQUIRED ON SCHOOL COMPUTERS - Children's Protection Act Subject Of Public Meeting
09-06-2001 SCHOOL BOARD PASSES DEEP WELL RESOLUTION - How Local People Should Benefit
09-06-2001 RIGHTS OF LANDOWNERS WITH DEEP WELL DRILLERS - Looking Out For Your Interest
09-06-2001 HISTORIC DUCK ALLEY GETS NEW LIFE - Potholes Are Gone
09-06-2001 DREAM HOME COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION - Helping Meet Housing Needs - Meeting September 8
09-05-2001 BOARD PLACES DR. KHOURY ON PROBATION - Limited Surgery Privileges
09-05-2001 MAYOR'S POSITION YET TO BE FILLED - Council Looking For A Mayor, Meeting Next Monday
09-05-2001 WEAVER DEMOCRAT OF THE YEAR - Will Be Recognized At Jefferson-Jackson Dinner
09-04-2001 GRANTSVILLE HOTEL IS RETURNING - "Down Home Country Flavor"
09-04-2001 GRANTSVILLE BIBLE INSTUTUTE CLASSES TO BEGIN - Victory Baptist Church
09-03-2001 ED STUCKWISH REMEMBERED - 911 Director Died One Year Ago
09-03-2001 CRESTON NEWS
09-02-2001 TWO VEHICLES CRASH ON ROUTE 5 - Drivers Escape Injury Saturday Morning
09-01-2001 MOWERY INJURED IN CRASH - Leatherbark Accident 33-119 Friday
08-30-2001 THE SKY IS FALLING? - No, It's Pellets To Prevent Rabies Spread
08-30-2001 CIRCUIT COURT AND MAGISTRATES REPORTS - Citations And Misdemeanors
08-29-2001 DEEP WELL RIG BORING INTO EARTH - Ardent Resources Rt. Five Location
08-29-2001 L-K RIVER BRIDGE SMOOTH SAILING - Elizabeth's Route 5 Bridge Open
08-28-2001 CRESTON NEWS
08-28-2001 CALHOUN SEEKS TO BECOME CERTIFIED DEVELOPMENT COMMUNITY - Community Input Needed
08-28-2001 BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL BIG HIT - "Growing Because Of Generosity"
08-27-2001 THIRD LIGHTNING STRIKE DOWNS 911 RADIOS - 911 Lines Are Operational
08-27-2001 RICHARDS SAY DISSIDENT GROUP "ON BOARD TO COMPLAIN" - Minnora Center's Board Meeting Brief
08-26-2001 EVANS ELECTED COUNTY CHAIR - Democratic Committee Accepts Resignation
08-26-2001 600 POUNDS OF OX AND LOTS OF FUN - The 42nd Mt. Zion Community Ox Roast
08-24-2001 VERIZON FREEZES LONG DISTANCE RATES - Other Long Distance Rates Cut
08-24-2001 CALHOUN'S LOTTERY SALES AMONG LOWEST - Ticket Sales Off In West Virginia
08-23-2001 WARNER SEEKING TO HEAD STATE GOP - Opposition Voiced By South Charleston Mayor
08-23-2001 C.W. "MAC" McDONALD IS NEW ASSISTANT PASTOR - Victory Baptist Church
08-23-2001 TRUCK DRIVER PLEADS NO CONTEST IN FATALITY - October, 2000 Accident Claimed Morgantown Woman's Life
08-23-2001 ROANE COUPLE HAVE DRUG CASES CONTINUED - 2.4 Million Dollar Marijuana Bust
08-23-2001 CALHOUN COUNTRY STORES - Part One: Five Forks
08-22-2001 ANOTHER LOST PONY - Relocates to Hur
08-22-2001 RABIES VACCINE WILL BE DROPPED FROM AIRCRAFT - Calhoun's Public Meeting On August 27
08-21-2001 CALHOUN SAT-9 SCORES DIP FOR NINTH GRADERS - Two Grades Have Best Science Scores In West Virginia
08-20-2001 CRESTON NEWS
08-20-2001 MINNORA CENTER BOARD TO MEET WEDNESDAY - Wednesday, August 22 At MCC
08-20-2001 BILLBOARD HOT TOPIC AT BOARD MEETING - Board Hires Temporary Workers
08-19-2001 TRUCK CRASHES THROUGH MC KEE RESIDENCE - Webb Escapes Injuries
08-19-2001 CALHOUN'S SECOND DEEP WELL SLATED TO DRILL - Road Fork Location Between White Pine And Nobe
08-18-2001 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL APPOINTS TEMPORARY MAYOR - Ambros "Jerry" Collins Will Serve
08-18-2001 BURNER FAMILY: UNANSWERED QUESTIONS REGARDING DEATH - Freedom Of Information Requests Submitted
08-18-2001 NEW ELIZABETH BRIDGE WILL OPEN MONDAY - $3.8 Million Project Started In January, 2000
08-17-2001 HARRIS RESIGNS FROM MAYORAL POST - "Conflict Between Council And Mayor"
08-16-2001 RED DEVIL BAND MARCHING FORWARD - Concerns Continue Over Funding
08-16-2001 TWO WOMEN THROWN FROM CAR - Injured In Roll-Over Early Thursday
08-15-2001 "LIGHTS ON" GENEALOGY CLASSES CONCLUDE - Deemed Huge Success
08-15-2001 MAYOR WORKING ON REPLACING TOWN HALL - Water And Sewage Projects Wrapping Up
08-15-2001 911 SERVICE RETURNS TO NORMAL - Equipment Still Being Repaired
08-15-2001 LOCALS MEET WITH GOVERNOR WISE - Seeking Support For Drum Company
08-14-2001 JUDGE EVANS HEARS CALHOUN CASES - Yesterdays Court Docket
08-14-2001 MOMENTS OF CLARITY ALONG THE MIDDLE FORK - Calhoun Writers Attend Annual Retreat
08-14-2001 CO-PRINCIPALS WILL ADMINISTER BOTH CM/HS - Cut Back Eliminates One Administrator
08-13-2001 CALHOUN LEADING STATE IN DEEP WELL PERMITS - First Rig Is Up Along Route 5
08-13-2001 AUTO CRASHES INTO BRUSH - No Injuries in Route 7 Accident
08-13-2001 CRESTON NEWS
08-13-2001 DR. KHOURY CLARIFIES NAME PROBLEM - Correction To Magistrate Report
08-13-2001 911 CENTER HIT BY LIGHTNING - Only One Emergency Line Available
08-11-2001 SOCIETY DISCUSSES SLOW-MOVING STUMP HOTEL PROJECT - Morris Agrees To Cover Center's Utility Bills
08-11-2001 ROANE OFFICERS SEIZE $2.4 MILLION IN MARIJUANA - 1,172 Plants Harvested From The Peter Cave Area
08-11-2001 GIANT FIREWORKS DISPLAY TONIGHT - Upper West Fork Bluegrass Festival
08-11-2001 PHYSICIAN INJURED IN RT. 5 CRASH - Dr. Anitha Rajasekharaiah Slightly Injured
08-11-2001 MAGISTRATE COURT REPORT - From The Records Of Magistrates Robinson And Johnson
08-10-2001 TUG OF WAR "CASH SPLASH" FUNDRAISER - Community Kids Rally For "Goob"
08-10-2001 CAFE CIMINO POPULAR DINING SPOT - Sutton Restaurant Offers Gourmet Meals
08-10-2001 CARE 4 YOU - Family Caregiver Program
08-09-2001 DOMINION-HOPE AMENDS RATE INCREASE REQUEST - Public Hearings Being Held
08-09-2001 UPPER WEST FORK BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL BEGINS TODAY - Music, Fun, Food And Fireworks
08-09-2001 ADULT CRITICAL AFTER ACCIDENT ON MUNDAY ROAD - Two Youths Injured
08-08-2001 CALHOUN STUDENTS "CAMP" AT OAK RIDGE - "A Fun And Memorable Time"
08-07-2001 RIDE ON WILD SIDE - From The Charleston Gazette
08-07-2001 DOGGONE HAPPY ENDING - Hound Finds Happy Home
08-07-2001 TUG OF WAR "CASH SPLASH" SATURDAY - Bake Sale Tuesday- Fitzwater Fund Raiser
08-07-2001 EXPLOSION MAY HAVE CAUSED ALTIZER FIRE - Self Family Looses Everything
08-06-2001 CRESTON NEWS
08-05-2001 RED DEVIL BAND IS UP AND HUMMING - Members Still Being Sought
08-04-2001 911 CENTER IMPROVEMENTS DISCUSSED - Small Grant Sought For Regional Jail Bill
08-03-2001 MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES - June And July 2001
08-03-2001 CONTRACT AND PUBLIC SALE OFFERINGS - Paving, Computers And A Jeep
08-03-2001 COMMISSION PASSES DEEP WELL RESOLUTION - Concerns Over Fairness For County Citizens
08-03-2001 COMMISSION DISCUSSES ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, 911 ADDRESSING AND HELPING THE MINNORA COMMUNITY CENTER - "911 Maps Are Just Not Accurate"
08-02-2001 CALHOUN'S FIRST DEEP WELL LAUNCHED - Drilling History Being Made
08-01-2001 $7.8 MILLION POT BUST IN RITCHIE - Ritchie's Top Cash Crop
08-01-2001 DOWN THE RIVER WITHOUT A PADDLE - Accidents, Fires and B & E's
08-01-2001 NEW STATE PARK PROPOSED FOR WIRT - Project Not Hopeful For Short Term
08-01-2001 MALONE CRITICALLY INJURED BY SHOTGUN BLAST - Wood County Man Being Charged
07-31-2001 CALHOUN COUNTY INCLUDED IN DISASTER DECLARATION - Governor Asks For Deadline Extension
07-31-2001 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL MARCHING BAND - To Have Majorette Corps If Interest Is Shown
07-31-2001 COMMISSION TO DISCUSS DEEP WELL TAXES, ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT, E-911 CENTER - Monthly Meeting Scheduled For Thursday
07-30-2001 CRESTON NEWS
07-29-2001 I SCREAM, YOU SCREAM, WE ALL SCREAM FOR ICE CREAM - Students Enjoy Field Trip
07-28-2001 SUMMER WORK PROGRAM "WRAPS UP" - "It's Been A Great Group"
07-28-2001 WVU HOSTING GOVERNOR'S HONORS ACADEMY - Cain and Hupp Represent Calhoun
07-28-2001 TIPPEN FEATURED STAR AT BRAXTON FAIR - Event Starts July 31
07-27-2001 MOUNTAINEER PARENTS "LAUNCH KIDS" - Calhoun-Gilmer Group Has Program
07-27-2001 DANIEL HARRY BEALL MARCHING BAND DIRECTOR - "Pizzazz In Routines"
07-27-2001 THIEVES STEAL CHURCH COMPUTER - Two Big Bend Churches Hit
07-26-2001 "LIGHTS ON AND READ!" - Program Begins At Pleasant Hill School
07-26-2001 CALHOUN'S RON LANE IS RISK TAKER - Businessman Launching Kanawha Project
07-26-2001 SMOKE FILLS AUTO COMPARTMENT - Fire Totals Milo Vehicle
07-26-2001 GRANTSVILLE'S BAPTIST CHURCH HELPS FLOOD VICTIMS - Travels To Fayette County
07-26-2001 ALLEGHENY GAS RATES WOULD RISE 16% IN DEAL - From The Charleston Gazette July 25, 2001
07-26-2001 CAR BURNS IN MINNIE HAMILTON LOT - GVFD Called To Calhoun Library, Two Vehicle Accident Tuesday
07-25-2001 WOMAN ARRESTED FOR 29 WORTHLESS CHECKS - Calhoun Magistrates Report
07-25-2001 CALHOUN MEN SENTENCED BY JUDGE EVANS - Calhoun Circuit Court
07-25-2001 STEMPLE EXPLAINS BUDGET DIGEST ITEMS - Calhoun County School System
07-25-2001 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL COMMUNITY COOKBOOK - Recipe Entry Form
07-25-2001 HARPER'S FERRY RECEIVING ITS DUE - "An Island In The Streams Of Time"
07-24-2001 LIGHTS ON IN COLUMBUS - Calhoun Students Visit COSI
07-23-2001 CUB SCOUTS HAVE CAMP DAY - Learning Made Fun
07-23-2001 CRESTON NEWS
07-22-2001 AUTHORITY GRANTS CAMDEN-CLARK RATE INCREASE - For Inpatient and Outpatient Services
07-21-2001 DEEP WELL DRILLING QUESTIONS RAISED - Will Royalty Owners And Poor Counties Get Fair Shake?
07-21-2001 BROOKSVILLE COMMUNITY CENTER IS UP - Church Will Work On Interior Completion
07-21-2001 ABLES DENIED PAROLE - Will Continue To Serve 3 - 15 Year Term
07-21-2001 TONY ARTHUR "GRATEFULLY" RECOVERING - 39-Year-Old Survived Gas Line Fire
07-20-2001 CALHOUN BLOOD DRIVE BIG SUCCESS - About 150 Show For Fitzwater Donor Day
07-19-2001 911 ANSWERS EMERGENCY CALLS ONLY - Alternative Lines Available For Information
07-19-2001 DONATE BLOOD TODAY FOR RYAN, PLEASE - "A Celebration Of Life"
07-18-2001 HUR HERALD CD'S DONATED TO SENIOR CENTER - Seniors Have Access To Computers
07-18-2001 STATE POLICE SAY AUTOPSY REPORT DELAYED - Results May Affect Burner Investigation
07-18-2001 GRANTSVILLE WOMAN'S CASE MOVES TO CIRCUIT COURT - Charged With Uttering And Forging
07-18-2001 TRACTOR ROLLS OVER ON STINSON MAN - Starcher "Serious" In Charleston Area Medical Center
07-17-2001 CRESTON NEWS
07-17-2001 ACCIDENT SENDS TWO TEENS TO ROANE GENERAL - Truck Lands In Ditch
07-17-2001 DAVE JOHNSON NEW GRANTSVILLE VFD CHIEF - Board Members Are
07-17-2001 CRESTON MAN'S DEATH SUSPICIOUS - Autopsy Results Available Today
07-16-2001 LOWERS IMPROVING AFTER HEART SURGERY - "A Guy Who Always Shows Up"
07-16-2001 LOOKING FOR AN HONEST MAN? - A Grantsville Man Qualifies
07-16-2001 MINNORA CENTER CONFLICT GOES ON AND ON - "A House Divided Cannot Stand"
07-16-2001 Calhoun Middle/High School Gyms Become Brighter - Championships Recognized
07-16-2001 DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEET - Filling Resignation Vacancies
07-15-2001 OLD ALTIZER STORE AND POST OFFICE HAS FIRE - Firemen Extinguish Blaze Quickly
07-15-2001 CALHOUN COURTHOUSE SECURITY IMPROVED - Grant Obtained For $12,100
07-15-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Johnson And Robinson
07-15-2001 MINNORA MEETING BECOMES BITTER - Resolution Of Problems Takes Back Seat
07-15-2001 QUEEN FLORA AT FOLK FESTIVAL PARADE - Makes Calhoun Proud
07-14-2001 COTTRELL CALLING FOR MINNORA CENTER RESIGNATIONS - Official Board May Not Agree
07-14-2001 STATE POLICE IGNORE PUBLIC INFORMATION - Col. Hill Cites Communication Problems, Calls For Spirit Of Cooperation
07-14-2001 CONCEALED WEAPONS PERMITS LISTED - Deputy Bandy Will Teach Course
07-13-2001 MINNORA PRIMARY CARE CENTER CLOSING - Use Has Continued To Decline
07-13-2001 GRANTSVILLE LANDMARK GETS "PAINT-LIFT" - Old Grantsville Bank
07-13-2001 TWO MEN CITED IN DAMAGED WINDSHIELD INCIDENT - Police Also Respond To Wreck At Cremo
07-13-2001 MARKS ESCAPES INJURY FROM "TOTALED" CAR - Wreck On U.S. 33-119 At Leatherbark
07-12-2001 SIX CALHOUNERS OFF TO TECH INSTITUTE - Two-Week Program At Oak Ridge Tennessee
07-12-2001 SPENCER MANS TRUCK DESTROYED - AVFD Answers Early Morning Call
07-12-2001 KIDS AT WORK IN SUNNY CAL - Youth Workers Do Their Part
07-12-2001 SLIP CREATES HAZARD ON PINE CREEK HILL - WVDOH District Will Approve Repairs
07-12-2001 DISTURBIN' THE DEAD - Rose Hill Cemetery Gets Septic Tank?
07-12-2001 STUMP HOTEL RESTORATION MOVING AHEAD - Will Become Family History Center
07-11-2001 GRANTSVILLE'S WATER PLANT 99% COMPLETE - Town Issues Discussed
07-11-2001 OFFUTT AND LYNCH HAVE NEW POSITIONS - SAT-9 Scores Dropping At Calhoun High, Grade School Students Hit The Top In Science
07-11-2001 "GOOB" IS HOME EARLY - It Is A Joyous Day For This Community
07-10-2001 CRESTON NEWS
07-10-2001 WAL-MART GIVES GRANTSVILLE $5000 FOR POOL - Congresswoman Capito Assisted In Obtaining Funds
07-10-2001 CALHOUN COUNTY MARRIAGES - Ten Couples Tie The Knot
07-10-2001 COMMISSION GIVES SECOND READING TO BLOCK GRANT - $250,000 Would Be Used To Develop Jobs
07-10-2001 IN MEMORY OF CALHOUN HIGH GRADUATES - 2000-2001
07-10-2001 MICHAEL OFFUTT NEW CALHOUN PRINCIPAL - Board Approves Employment Last Night
07-09-2001 SEVERE STORMS SWEEP THROUGH REGION - Minimal Flooding In Calhoun
07-08-2001 A NERVE-RACKING WEEK IN SUNNY CAL - We're Grateful For The Outcome
07-08-2001 RURAL HEALTH CARE WILL BE STUDIED - Access To Care Major Issue In The Mountains
07-08-2001 COLUMNIST PEYTON LANDS AT DAILY MAIL - Columns Twice Weekly
07-08-2001 EARLY SUNDAY STORM CAUSES HIGH WATER - Firemen Rescue "Gurgling" Cat
07-07-2001 BLACKSMITH FETTY GETS FELLOWSHIP GRANT - Works On Display Around The World
07-07-2001 AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIER TO EXPAND IN RITCHIE COUNTY - Additional Jobs May Result
07-07-2001 GRANTSVILLE WOMEN ARRESTED FOR FORGERY - Spencer Bank Cameras Catch Attempt
07-06-2001 AUTO CRASHES ON TOP AT LEATHERBARK - Area Residents Taken To Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
07-06-2001 MOUNT ZION MEN FLEE POLICE - Arrested On Drug Charges
07-05-2001 COURT FEES RISE TO $110.25 - Designed To Help Regional Jail Bills
07-05-2001 ACCIDENT VICTIMS UPDATES - Report On Condition
07-04-2001 MILLSTONE GIRL INJURED WHEN VEHICLE FLIPS - Pfeffer Taken To Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
07-04-2001 LOST CATTLE - Hur, Joker Area
07-04-2001 SLIPPERY ROAD CAUSES JULY 4TH ACCIDENT - Seven Accidents In Less Than A Week
07-03-2001 GRANTSVILLE'S COUNCIL SWORN LAST NIGHT - Harris Takes Helm, Maze Returns
07-03-2001 RYAN "GOOB" FITZWATER TO UNDERGO FURTHER SURGERIES - Blood Donations Appreciated
07-03-2001 ORMA MAN INJURED TUESDAY - Two-Car Collision On Route 16 South
07-03-2001 CRESTON NEWS
07-03-2001 PLEASANT HILL SUMMER ACADEMY BEGINS - Bridges Focus On Thinking And Learning
07-03-2001 UNITED METHODIST COOPERATIVE AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS - Hartshorn, Church Recipients
07-03-2001 GEIGER NEW HISTORIAN AT CULTURE CENTER - Has Calhoun County Ties
07-02-2001 RYAN "GOOB" FITZWATER SERIOUSLY INJURED - Life-Flighted To CAMC After Tractor Accident
07-02-2001 MT. ZION UM CHURCH TEAM FIGHTS CANCER- Relay For Life Event
07-02-2001 NON-TIMBER FOREST PRODUCTS PROGRAM A SUCCESS - More Than 30 Foresters Attended
07-02-2001 MAYOR HARRIS' MOTHER SUCCUMBS - Sarah Harris Dead At 89
07-01-2001 GRANTSVILLE POOL BACK ON LINE - "The Problem Was Mechanical"
07-01-2001 GVFD RESPONDS TO FRIDGE FIRE - Zannoni Building In Grantsville
07-01-2001 BUDGET DIGEST WINNERS - Who Made The $37 Million Cut
06-30-2001 RELAY FOR LIFE DRAWS LARGE CROWD - A Celebration, A Remembering And The Battle To Win
06-30-2001 TROOPER'S CRUISER COLLIDES RESPONDING TO CALL - Drivers Escape Injury In Friday Night Crash
06-30-2001 CITATIONS AND MISDEMEANORS - From Magistrates Robinson And Johnson
06-30-2001 GRANTSVILLE POOL BACK IN OPERATION - Chlorination Problem Fixed
06-29-2001 GAS WELLS MAY SAVE COUNTY - Reprint From The Charleston Daily Mail
06-29-2001 DELEGATE STEMPLE RELEASES BUDGET DIGEST LIST - School Funding Items Will Follow
06-29-2001 TEEN'S CORNER OPEN SEVEN DAYS - Ice Cream And Sandwich Shop
06-29-2001 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER ACADEMY IS OFF AND RUNNING - Thirty-Five Students Attending
06-29-2001 CHRISTMAN JAILED ON DRUG CHARGE - Burrows Placed On Two-Year Probation
06-29-2001 SENATOR BOLEY ANNOUNCES GRANTS FOR WIRT - $70,000 For County Government
06-29-2001 FATHER WILL AVOID MURDER TRIAL - Ricky Brown Expected To Plea To Lesser Charges
06-28-2001 SENATOR BOLEY ANNOUNCES CALHOUN GRANTS - Budget Digest 2001
06-28-2001 WIRT RECEIVES $70,000 REPRIEVE MONEY - Senator Boley Makes Digest Announcement
06-28-2001 MOORE NEW CRI DIRECTOR - Ward Promoted To Parkersburg
06-28-2001 JARVIS INJURED IN PROPERTY DISPUTE - Reports Said Matheney Had Weapon
06-28-2001 GRANTSVILLE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT TO RE-OPEN - "Down Home Cooking"
06-28-2001 SENIOR CENTER TO PURCHASE ADJACENT PROPERTY - Senator Boley Helps Obtain $160,000 Funding
06-28-2001 HIGH-TECH HEAVY DUTY COT PLACED IN SERVICE - Funded By Parkersburg Area Foundation
06-27-2001 ASSESSOR NETTLES MAILS TAX FORMS - Important Tax Information
06-27-2001 CRESTON NEWS
06-26-2001 CHILD KILLED IN PARKERSBURG FIRE - Former Spencer Middle School Student
06-26-2001 "LIGHTS ON" TO OFFER GENEALOGY CLASSES - Available at Library July 9
06-25-2001 STATE POLICE BLAMES LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT - Freedom Of Information Obtains Memos
06-25-2001 LIGHTS ON PROGRAM KICK OFF TODAY - Summer Program Offerings
06-24-2001 DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE MEMBERS RESIGN - Replacements Will Be Sought
06-23-2001 SPENCER PHARMACIST HONORED FOR COMMITMENT - Health Care Education And Excellence In Training
06-23-2001 McCUMBER'S FIDDLIN' WINS AT FOLK FESTIVAL - Eugene Parsons Is Third Banjo
06-23-2001 EMERGENCY CALL SYSTEM COULD BE IN TROUBLE - Local Officials Say
06-23-2001 REGIONAL JAIL DIRECTOR SAYS HE WANTS TO HELP WIRT - Time To Adjust Budget
06-23-2001 THE "BELLES" REPRESENT PIONEER SPIRIT - Calhoun, Gilmer And Wirt Belles For 2001
06-23-2001 52ND FOLK FESTIVAL - GREAT SATURDAY ENTERTAINMENT - Job's Temple Service Sunday
06-23-2001 SITES AND MANAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES - For Non Timber Forest Products
06-23-2001 HAYNES SENT TO HOSPITAL AFTER ACCIDENT - Collision Near Big Bend
06-23-2001 "QUEEN QUEENIE" CROWNED AT WOMAN-LESS PAGEANT - Event Raised Over $1000 For Cancer Society
06-22-2001 FORMER FIRST LADY VISITS GRANTSVILLE - Hovah Hall Underwood Donates Items
06-22-2001 CALHOUN LEADS HEART DEATH STATISTICS - Appalachian Counties High Risk
06-21-2001 STATE POLICE RELEASE "AFTER HOURS" COVERAGE MEMOS - Only After Freedom Of Information Request
06-21-2001 PUBLIC NOTICE - New Fee Schedule For County Clerk's Office
06-21-2001 BILLINGSLEY SURVIVES ORDEAL - "A Miracle Happening"
06-20-2001 CITATIONS ISSUED BY MAGISTRATES - From Records Of Magistrates Robinson And Johnson
06-20-2001 WIRT AGAINST THE WALL - Commissioners Oppose Sale Of Pallet Plant Land, Pursuit Of Park At Hatchery Site
06-20-2001 ROANE EMS WORKER HAS SEX SITE - Media Complainant Against Dr. Cottle
06-20-2001 TONY ARTHUR RETURNS HOME - Suffered Burns In Gas Line Fire
06-20-2001 THE WAR AGAINST MULTIFLORA ROSE - New Experiment Being Tried
06-19-2001 OLD-FASHIONED TENT REVIVAL OPENS - "Turning America Back To God"
06-19-2001 SENIORS TAKE D C TOUR - Thirty-Nine Calhoun Residents Participate
06-19-2001 SMASHING RESULTS - Vehicles Collide At Corder Bridge
06-18-2001 CRESTON NEWS
06-18-2001 FOURTH ANNUAL GOSPEL SING CONCLUDES - Mt. Zion Community Park
06-17-2001 STAATS HEADLINES MUSIC IN THE PARK - "Holler Boys" Also Perform
06-17-2001 RITCHIE WINS POND JUMP - Leapin', Jumpin' And Dippin'
06-17-2001 $600 MILLION POWER STATION ANNOUNCED FOR UPSHUR - Completed By 2005
06-16-2001 BIKE CLASSIC STARTS TODAY - Johnny Staats Concert Tonight
06-16-2001 GILMER PRISON REQUIRES HIRING UNDER AGE 37 - Displaced Kellwood Workers Concerned
06-16-2001 ELECTRICAL SHORT CAUSES ATTIC FIRE - Elderly Couple Flee
06-16-2001 RESCUE CHIEF SMITH PUT ON LEAVE - Cottle Assumes Oversight Of Roane Squad
06-15-2001 LAZY, HOT AND HAZY DAYS AT GRANTSVILLE'S POOL - "It Has Been Super Busy"
06-15-2001 MAYOR-ELECT HARRIS SWORN-IN FOR TWO WEEKS - Council Meets Thursday Evening
06-15-2001 WAL-MART AGREES TO ACCEPT CLOTHING VOUCHERS - Says State Misunderstood Request
06-14-2001 STATE BOARD'S OPEN FORUM BRINGS DISCUSSION - "Their First Visit Ever"
06-14-2001 STAATS AND MUSIC IN THE PARK - Appalachian Bike Race Event Saturday
06-13-2001 "LIGHTS ON" STORY TIME AND CRAFTS AT LIBRARY - Evening Hours Added
06-13-2001 WAL-MART MAY CHANGE VOUCHER REJECTION - Grantsville Stores Want The Business
06-13-2001 WESTON MOTHER PLEA BARGAINS IN CHILDRENS DEATHS - Barbara Brown Released For Time Served
06-13-2001 HARRIS NEW GRANTSVILLE MAYOR - McCartney Loses Seat
06-13-2001 MAYOR TERRY WILLIAMS - The First Twenty Five Years
06-13-2001 MAYOR KNIGHT QUITS EARLY - Reportedly Angered Because Of Defeat
06-13-2001 15-YEAR-OLD DRIVER CRASHES TRUCK - Accident On Big Springs Hill
06-13-2001 STARCHER LOSES BY TWO VOTES - Harris Comes In Last
06-12-2001 THRILLS, ACTION, MUSIC - Appalachian Classic A Real Winner, Staats Will Perform
06-12-2001 ARTHUR IMPROVING FROM BURNS - Victim Of Gas Line Fire Last Week
06-12-2001 KID'S BIKE RACE PART OF "CLASSIC" - A Great Spectator Event
06-12-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - From Magistrates Robinson And Johnson
06-12-2001 WOOD FESTIVAL CAR SHOW - Winners Recognized
06-12-2001 CALHOUN BELLE IRENE CONRAD - Velda Headley MHHCC Long Term Unit "Queen"
06-12-2001 WAL-MART WON'T ACCEPT CLOTHING VOUCHERS - Clogs Up Check-Out Lines
06-11-2001 WOOD FESTIVAL QUILT SHOW BIG SUCCESS - Thirty Quilts On Display
06-11-2001 CRESTON NEWS
06-11-2001 RITCHIE'S VISION ELEVATES SENIOR CENTER - Services Have Increased Dramatically
06-11-2001 HEARTWOOD PRESENTS "THE SEASONS" AT FESTIVAL - Street Performance Delights Audience
06-10-2001 THE 39TH WOOD FESTIVAL PARADE - A BIG HIT - Honoring People Of The Community
06-10-2001 BURN VICTIM HOSPITALIZED IN HUNTINGTON - Arthur Escapes High-Pressure Inferno
06-10-2001 THE GRIND TAKES CENTER STAGE - "We Practiced All Night"
06-09-2001 BEANS AND CHEESECAKE - Historical Society Has Wood Festival Cafe
06-09-2001 WOOD FESTIVALS GRAND PARADE TODAY - Jake Krack, Placid Vive, Gary Bonnett And Patchwork Cloggers Tonight
06-09-2001 SPENCER MAYOR UNOPPOSED IN TUESDAYS ELECTION - Has Led Town For 25 Years
06-08-2001 MARCHING CAROUSELS WIN STATE TITLE - Will Enter National Competition
06-08-2001 SMITH CONCERNED ABOUT COTTLE'S SEX OFFENSES - Cottle Says It Is Irrelevant
06-08-2001 ACCIDENTS SEND TWO TO HOSPITAL - Alabama Man Injured In Cycle Wreck
06-08-2001 GOSPEL MUSIC KICKS OFF FESTIVAL - Jake Krack Will Be Parade Marshal
06-08-2001 WIRT COUNTY CUB SCOUTS GRADUATE - Ceremony At Camp Barbe
06-07-2001 RIBBON CUTTING ON HISTORIC STUMP HOTEL - Public Invited To 6:30 P.M.
06-07-2001 STATE POLICE DENIES PUBLIC INFORMATION - Herald Issues Freedom Of Information Request
06-07-2001 SCHOOL BOARD COVERS LENGTHY AGENDA - June 4th Meeting
06-06-2001 EMS CHIEF DON SMITH RESIGNS AFTER 19 YEARS - Aaron Cottle Takes Charge Of Roane Squad
06-06-2001 COMMISSION DEFENDS RURAL COUNTIES - $250,000 Small Cities Block Grant Started
06-05-2001 MUSIC MAN DOWNS RETIRES - Recognized For His Contributions
06-05-2001 DIVORCES FILED IN CIRCUIT CLERKS OFFICE - From Court Records For May, 2001
06-05-2001 CHS PRINCIPAL CARTWRIGHT RESIGNS - Hired Director Of Curriculum And Instruction
06-05-2001 BILLINGSLEY STILL CRITICAL AFTER ELEVEN DAYS - Dawson Moved To Step-Down Unit
06-05-2001 CAR STRIKES TREE ON ROUTE 16 NEAR CALHOUN-CLAY - Nature Of Injuries Not Confirmed
06-04-2001 CRESTON NEWS
06-04-2001 VIGILANTES ON 4-WHEELERS "ROUGH UP" SPEEDER - Shock Man Chased Down
06-04-2001 MARRIAGES IN MAY - Recorded In Calhoun County
06-04-2001 CITATIONS PROCESSED IN MAGISTRATES COURT - Magistrates Johnson and Robinson
06-03-2001 "NO RELIEF IN SIGHT" FOR WIRT COUNTY - Commissioners Seeking Solutions
06-03-2001 MAGISTRATES COURT PROCESSES MISDEMEANORS - Jones, Boatwright And Lamp
06-02-2001 THE GRAND AND GLORIOUS CLASS OF 2001 - "Small But Mighty"
06-02-2001 ONE- HUNDRED- SIXTY CALHOUN STUDENTS RECOGNIZED - Awards, Salutes And Scholarships
06-02-2001 FROM "BEE BUCKS" TO "GREEN BACKS" - Arnoldsburg First Grade Students Set Up Shop In Charleston
06-01-2001 CAR AND TANKER SWIPE AT CABOT STATION - No Injuries Reported
06-01-2001 COTTRELL PROPOSES COMMUNITY "TAKEOVER" OF MINNORA CENTER - New Officers And Board After Six Months
05-31-2001 CALHOUN'S DORSE SEARS - BLUEGRASS ON THE ROAD - Recognition At Vandalia Gathering
05-31-2001 CALHOUN MIDDLE SCHOOL SHOWS GAINS - Achievement Scores Are Up
05-30-2001 ORMA MUSICIANS BIG WINNERS AT VANDALIA GATHERING - Lester McCumbers Also Performed
05-30-2001 STUDENTS ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE HONORED - Honor Students And Teachers Receive Awards
05-29-2001 CONSOLIDATION - One Size Doesn't Fit All - Reprint From The Charleston Gazette
05-29-2001 CALHOUN WOMEN CRITICAL AFTER CRASH - Collision Saturday On Route 16
05-29-2001 ELEVEN SENT TO HOSPITAL IN RITCHIE WRECK - Calhoun Has Memorial Weekend Accidents
05-29-2001 STATE POLICE RESCIND COVERAGE POLICY - Agency Not Responsive To Public Information Requests
05-29-2001 HOW MANY SERVED - We Had More Than Our Share
05-28-2001 CRESTON NEWS
05-27-2001 MEMORIAL DAY REMEMBRANCES - Those Who Have Gone On
05-27-2001 CARS COLLIDE AT ARNOLDSBURG - Camper Fire At Minnora
05-27-2001 WOMEN SUFFER TRAUMA IN RT. 16 COLLISION - Auto Catches On Fire
05-26-2001 VALEDICTORIANS HARTSHORN, OFFUTT AND STALNAKER - Lamont Selected Salutatorian, CHS Will Graduate Eighty-Four Friday
05-26-2001 CHS STUDENTS-TEACHERS OFF TO OAK RIDGE - Summer Science Programs
05-26-2001 WEST FORK PRIMARY CARE CENTER CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY - Summer Schedule Announced
05-26-2001 ONE HUNDRED MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS HAVE "TEA" - A Priceless Blessing
05-25-2001 GLENVILLE STATE FIELD GETS SUPER TURF - Morris Family Funds $600,000 Purchase
05-25-2001 RITCHIE DAM DID NOT FAIL - It Was Purposefully Violated
05-25-2001 SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT SEEKS POLICE DOG - Effective Partners In Rural Areas
05-25-2001 JARVIS PROMOTED TO LIEUTENANT COLONEL - Served In Desert Storm
05-24-2001 EMS: ANSWERING THE CALL - National EMS Week May 20th-26th
05-24-2001 CONFLICT FLARES AT PUBLIC MEETING - Minnora Center Factions Duke It Out
05-24-2001 EARLY MORNING FIRE DESTROYS AUTO - Grantsville Firemen Answer 4:25 A.M. Call
05-24-2001 LITTLE KANAWHA CRESTS BELOW FLOOD STAGE - Flooding Is Localized
05-24-2001 BUILDING A BETTER BARREL - Jobs For Calhoun People, Small Cities Block Grant Pursued
05-23-2001 TEMPORARY DAM COLLAPSES NEAR CAIRO - Over Thirty Families Evacuate
05-23-2001 FORMER ROANE PROSECUTOR ARRESTED - Charged With DUI And Drug Possession
05-23-2001 WHYTSELL BRINGING SUIT AGAINST STATE POLICE - Krack's File Complaint Against Trooper Starcher
05-23-2001 TRUCK CRASHES OVER EMBANKMENT - Pair Escape Injury
05-23-2001 NEWTON CHILD DROWNS IN SWOLLEN CREEK - Diving Team Retrieves Body
05-22-2001 RITCHIE MURDER SUSPECT BEING RETURNED - Lusk Wanted For Double Murder
05-22-2001 WV UNEMPLOYMENT NUMBERS - Calhoun At 20%
05-22-2001 PLEASANT HILL ART FAIR - Winners Announced
05-22-2001 CRESTON NEWS
05-21-2001 GRANTSVILLE FIREMEN HAVE DUAL RUNS - William Barr Fire Is Minor
05-21-2001 HUGHES ACCEPTED BY DRAMA COMPANY - CHS Senior Will Go On Tour
05-21-2001 CALHOUN CIRCUIT COURT HAS BUSY SESSION - Court Records Disclosed
05-21-2001 MOSS RECEIVES CONSECUTIVE SENTENCES - Duskey Will Stand Trial On September 6
05-21-2001 ROBERT BONAR TEACHER OF THE YEAR - Starcher Given Outstanding Service Award
05-20-2001 DOMINION HONORS JAMES L. GARRETSON - Volunteer Of The Year
05-20-2001 LOST IN THE 50'S AGAIN - Retro Music, Food And Cars At Career Center
05-20-2001 CALHOUN SHERIFF WILL COVER AFTER HOURS - Troopers Decline After-Hours Calls From Calhoun Control
05-19-2001 NO MONEY TO FUND ROAD PROJECTS SAYS BYRD - Parkway Group Goes To Washington
05-19-2001 FOURTEEN INDUCTED INTO MU ALPHA THETA
05-18-2001 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY INDUCTS NEWCOMERS - Ceremony At Calhoun Middle/High School
05-18-2001 DONORS TO THE CAUSE - Blood Drive At Victory Baptist Church
05-18-2001 MIDDLE SCHOOL DANCE - Dance The Night Away
05-18-2001 CANDLES LIT IN MEMORY - MHHCC Holds Memorial Service
05-17-2001 PARKWAY ADVOCATES OFF TO WASHINGTON - Will Meet With U. S. Senators
05-17-2001 HUR HERALD CORRECTION
05-17-2001 HIGHER GAS BILLS ON THE WAY - Reprint From The Charleston Daily Mail
05-16-2001 SUNDAY HUNTING LEGAL IN ALL COUNTIES - Other Rules Given
05-16-2001 MORE LEGAL ACTION THREATENED AGAINST MINNORA BOARD - Richards Says "We Need Workers"
05-15-2001 CALHOUN DRY AS A BONE - How To Get Water From Grantsville VFD
05-15-2001 CRESTON NEWS
05-15-2001 ASSESSORS GET HELP WITH VEHICLE REGISTRATION - Reprint From The Charleston Gazette
05-15-2001 JAKE KRACK "2001 PERFORMING ARTIST" RECIPIENT - Sixth Annual Artisan Awards At Beckley
05-14-2001 RETURN TO WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD - CCACC Makes Unanimous Recommendation
05-13-2001 PARAPROFESSIONALS RECEIVE ACDS CERTIFICATES - Three From Calhoun County Schools
05-13-2001 TODAY WE HONOR OUR MOTHERS - "The Holiest Thing Alive" - Coleridge
05-12-2001 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL'S SUMMER ACADEMY - "A Micro Summer"
05-12-2001 CAPTURING EVERYDAY HISTORY - Workshop Held At Library
05-12-2001 GREATHOUSE INJURED ON SLIPPERY ROAD - Extracted With Jaws Of Life
05-12-2001 RECENT ACCIDENTS - Departments Respond
05-12-2001 CAIN AND SMITH BEST OF SHOW - Art Displayed At CM/HS
05-11-2001 STATE POLICE WILL NOT ANSWER "AFTER HOURS" CALLS - Sheriff Learns About Changes From Calhoun Control
05-11-2001 A CELEBRATION OF THE ARTS - A CM/HS Night Of Music And Art
05-10-2001 STUMP HOTEL MUSEUM RIBBON CUTTING - Slated For June 7th
05-09-2001 MINK SHOALS MAN KILLED AT ORMA - Collides With Crude Oil Tanker
05-09-2001 WARD RESIGNS AS CURRICULUM DIRECTOR - Unofficial Board Of Education Minutes
05-09-2001 BOARD UPHOLDS BLANKENSHIP'S DECISION - Parents Allege Problems With MicroSociety Program
05-09-2001 COMMISSION REMINDED OF PREVAILING WAGE RATES - Health Department In Financial Distress
05-08-2001 LAWMAKERS DECIDE ON ISSUES TO STUDY - During Interim Monthy Meetings
05-08-2001 PROPOSAL THREATENS SCHOOLS, LAWMAKERS SAY - Reprint From The Charleston Gazette
05-08-2001 CRESTON NEWS
05-08-2001 CHS STUDENTS CHOSEN FOR ALL STATE CHOIR - Perform At Creative Arts Center
05-06-2001 JORDAN OUSTED AS MCC TREASURER - "Someone Is Doing Something Right" Says Richards
05-06-2001 NINE INDICTMENTS BROUGHT - Calhoun Grand Jury Convenes
05-05-2001 FACILITIES BUILDING, FOOTBALL FIELD MOVING AHEAD - No Problems Reported With Baseball Field
05-05-2001 RICHARDS ARRESTED AFTER ONE YEAR - Warrants Issued In Wood County
05-04-2001 HEARTWOOD MASKS TRAVEL TO WISCONSIN - Featured In University Production
05-04-2001 NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER - THE FIFTIETH YEAR - Celebrated Yesterday In Grantsville
05-04-2001 DOG OR DOGGONE - Spencer Woman Sues WalMart
05-04-2001 DRUG CASES PLEA BARGAINED - Circuit Court Hears Four Third Offense DUI's
05-03-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE COURT
05-02-2001 LUSK CASE WAITING EXTRADITION - Suspect Arrested By Ohio Authorities
05-02-2001 COLLINS RELEASED, CASE DISMISSED FOR SEXUAL ABUSE - Morgan Says New Charges Will Be Filed
05-02-2001 GOSNELL PLEADS NO CONTEST - Faces One Year In Jail
05-01-2001 MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES - Calhoun County
05-01-2001 MCC BOARD WILL MEET FRIDAY - Objections Expressed Over Location
05-01-2001 LAWNMOWER TURNS OVER, CATCHES ON FIRE - A Crispy Loss
05-01-2001 CALHOUN COURT CASES SCHEDULE - Taken From Court Records
04-30-2001 CRESTON NEWS
04-30-2001 CRESTON COMMUNITY DOINS' DELAYED BY FIRE - Elizabeth-Wirt VFD Summoned
04-29-2001 COURTHOUSE COLLECTIBLE FOR SALE - Mail Order Delivery Available
04-28-2001 FUTURE LOOKS GRAY FOR STATE BUSINESSES - Owners Prepare For Loss Of Poker Machines
04-27-2001 LEWIS JUDGE WON'T HEAR WESTON FIRE TRIAL - Change Of Venue To Greenbrier County
04-27-2001 WEAVER AIR FORCE TEACHER OF YEAR - Recognition In Okinawa
04-26-2001 CATERPILLARS MOSTLY HARMLESS - An Explosion Of The Population
04-25-2001 RITCHIE MURDER VICTIMS WILL BE BURIED - Lusk Still On Loose
04-25-2001 CALHOUN HOLDS JOBLESSNESS RECORD - County Being Evaluated For Production Company
04-25-2001 RITCHIE MURDER SUSPECT FLEES TO WOODS - Ford Truck Found In Lawrence County, Ohio
04-23-2001 RITCHIE MURDER VICTIMS IDENTIFIED - Warrant Issued For Lusk
04-23-2001 CRESTON NEWS
04-23-2001 CALHOUN HAS NEW CONSERVATION OFFICER - Apgar Will Be Living Here
04-23-2001 FIRES AND ACCIDENTS - Emergency Services Respond
04-22-2001 TRASH BY THE TONS - Calhoun Clean-Up Day
04-22-2001 A BUFFET WITH RAMPS - Minnora Center's Self-Serve Spread
04-22-2001 DOUBLE HOMICIDE IN RITCHIE COUNTY - Police Searching For Suspect
04-21-2001 TOXIC SUBSTANCE LACQUER THINNER - Bull River Dumping Kills Aquatic Life
04-21-2001 MT. ZION MAN CHARGED WITH BATTERY - Gosnell Held In Regional Jail
04-21-2001 SENIOR CENTER FILLED WITH SONG - The Friday Night Sing
04-20-2001 WIRT ESCAPEES CAUGHT IN MISSISSIPPI - Arrests Made Without Incident
04-20-2001 DIVISION OF HIGHWAYS UNVEILS NEW WARNING SIGNS - "Give 'Em A Brake"
04-20-2001 MOCK DISASTER DRILL HELD WEDNESDAY - "Victims" Retrieved From Goodrich Building
04-20-2001 GRANTSVILLE HAS NEW WELCOME SIGNS - A Bright New Look
04-17-2001 BOHN COMMITTED TO ANTHONY CENTER - Cases Set For Jury Trial
04-17-2001 CRESTON NEWS
04-17-2001 WIRT ESCAPEES STILL ON LAM - Details Of Escape Under Investigation
04-17-2001 BADGETT RELEASED ON BOND - Magistrate Court Records
04-17-2001 $6.8 MILLION SCHOOL BUDGET APPROVED - State B of E Coming To Calhoun
04-16-2001 FLASHBACK FIFTEEN YEARS: THE KEATON HOUSE - A West Fork Country Home
04-16-2001 EASTER SONGFEST HELD AT ARNOLDSBURG - Several Churches Participate
04-16-2001 RAMP SEEKERS CAME FROM FAR AND WIDE - A Spring Tonic For Some
04-16-2001 APPALACHIAN ENCYCLOPEDIA WILL BE PUBLISHED - Covers 34 Subjects, 2000 Pages
04-15-2001 CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES MONDAY - A List Of Cases
04-14-2001 SCRAMBLING FOR THE PRIZE EGG - Oshoway's Annual Hunt For The Eggs
04-14-2001 DOWNED ELECTRIC LINE CAUSES FIRE - UWVFD Responds To Euclid-Nicut Road
04-14-2001 CALHOUNERS OFF TO ENGLAND - Criminal Justice Class, Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center
04-14-2001 WIRT CITIZENS PLEAD THEIR CASE - "One Size Fits All Mentality"
04-13-2001 COUNTY-WIDE RECYCLING PROPOSED - Grant Application Will Be Submitted
04-13-2001 ORAL HISTORY WORKSHOP SCHEDULED - Carl Morris History Hero
04-12-2001 CARS COLLIDE ON MT. ZION RIDGE - No Injuries Sustained
04-12-2001 "CROW" FALLS FROM PERCH - Town Of Clay Fixture Injured
04-12-2001 TWO-COUNTY DEVELOPMENT VENTURE MOVES AHEAD - "The Whole Project Is Toward Jobs In The Area"
04-11-2001 PRINCIPAL FILES CHARGES AGAINST PARENT - "Graham's Account A Fabrication"
04-11-2001 STUDENTS KNIGHTS AND LADIES OF THE GOLDEN HORSESHOE - Ceremonies Tuesday In Charleston
04-11-2001 ARTHUR CASE DISMISSED "WITH PREJUDICE" - Badgett Facing Drug Charges
04-10-2001 COLLINS JAILED FOR SEXUAL ASSAULT - Wife Charged With Obstructing Officer
04-10-2001 GRANTSVILLE MAN RECEIVES 120 DAYS ON DRUG CHARGE - Calhoun Magistrate Report
04-09-2001 WIRT COUNTIANS INVITED TO CHARLESTON - Day At Legislature
04-09-2001 MOBILE HOME BURNS ON BEAR FORK - Neighbors Discover Fire
04-09-2001 CRESTON NEWS
04-09-2001 TWO MEN INJURED IN CRASH - Rock Run Accident Scene
04-09-2001 TOXIC DUMPING KILLS AQUATIC LIFE - Bull River Is Site Of Spill
04-09-2001 STREAM LIFE KILLED ON BULL RIVER - Toxic Substance Dumped
04-08-2001 RUSSELL HEADS LIGHTS ON PROJECT - $2.1 Million Grant Will "Bring Whole Community Along"
04-08-2001 WRITER'S GROUP VISITS HOTCHKISS HOME - For Those Interested In Writing
04-08-2001 WVU FORESTRY STUDENTS VISIT CRUMMIES CREEK - Tour Richardson Tree Farm
04-07-2001 SPENCER VENEER CITED IN ROGERS DEATH - $5000 Proposed Penalty For "Serious" Problem
04-06-2001 DAY TRIP TO SCHOOLHOUSE CAVE - Brooksville Baptist "Pals" Group
04-06-2001 ROACH IS FOURTH ARREST IN ROSEDALE BUST - $840,000 Confiscated
04-05-2001 TOWN OF CLAY GETS EMERGENCY LOAN - $50,000 Will Help Ailing Water System
04-05-2001 ARNOLDSBURG RECEIVES NEW FIRE TRUCK - "It Should Get Up The Side Roads"
04-05-2001 BOARD PROPERTIES WILL BE SOLD - Elementary Teachers Seek Work Days
04-04-2001 TWO MEN HELD FOR BURGLARY - Calhoun Magistrate Report
04-04-2001 COMMISSION BUDGET IS APPROVED - Expectations On Revenues, Maybe Some Good News
04-04-2001 ANNAMORIAH BLAZE DESTROYS GARAGE - Villers Residence Spared
04-04-2001 BLOSSER DUI DEATH TRIAL POSTPONED - Killed Morgantown Woman In October
04-04-2001 BALL FIELD PROBLEM SURFACES AT BOARD MEETING - Frederick Said She Was Unaware
04-04-2001 GRANTSVILLE'S POPULATION SINKS TO 565 - Looses 106
04-03-2001 CRESTON NEWS
04-03-2001 432 POT PLANTS TAKEN AT ROSEDALE - Drug Confiscation Value $790,000
04-02-2001 DEER-VEHICLE COLLISION BILL IS $100 MILLION - Average Collision $4500
04-01-2001 REDISTRICTING: TALK OF TOWN - Calhoun In New Congressional District?
04-01-2001 WIRT ESCAPEES ON LOOSE - "We Feel Confident They Will
04-01-2001 CALHOUN SENIORS HAVE A SING - Temple Gates Quartet Visits
03-31-2001 YOUNG WRITERS HONORED - Outstanding Selections Judged
03-31-2001 DARRIS HUPP SETS NEW MATH STANDARD - Wildfire And Houchin Score High
03-31-2001 STUDENTS SELECTED FOR GOVERNOR'S HONORS ACADEMY - Cain And Hupp To Represent Calhoun
03-31-2001 FIRE TOTALS TRUCK FRIDAY EVENING - Hog Knob Hill
03-30-2001 CLAY CONTINUES IN CRISIS - The Blame Game In Full Force
03-30-2001 CALHOUN LOSES 303 RESIDENTS SINCE '90 - Redistricting May Be On Horizon
03-29-2001 THE DIGEST CAN NOW BE DIGESTED - Supreme Court Gives Approval
03-29-2001 CALHOUN COUNTY HAS HIGHEST UNEMPLOYMENT RATE - Jefferson County Has Lowest
03-29-2001 LOCAL SCHOOLS TO RECEIVE GRANT MONEY - Arnoldsburg And Pleasant Hill Selected
03-28-2001 FOUR SELECTED TO REPRESENT CALHOUN COUNTY - Rhododendron Girls State June 10-15
03-28-2001 WIRT-CALHOUN ECONOMIC VENTURE LAUNCHED - Dan McDonald Is President Of LKADC
03-28-2001 MAGISTRATE COURT REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Johnson
03-27-2001 CRESTON NEWS
03-26-2001 TWO-COUNTY ECONOMIC GROUP MEETS TONIGHT - Venture Can Access More Funding
03-25-2001 OUTREACH GROUP BRINGS TRUCKLOAD TO MCC - Richards Recognized For Chicken Feet Technique
03-25-2001 SCAT STUDENTS ATTEND STATE CONFERENCE - Body Bags Will Be Taken To Capitol
03-24-2001 CORSON'S SUIT MOVING AGAINST MINNORA CENTER - Alleges 200 Hours Of Cell Phone Tapes
03-23-2001 HOME BASEBALL GAMES DELAYED - Working Through The Sunlight Problem
03-23-2001 PARKWAY GROUP MAY GO TO WASHINGTON - New Logo Placed At Courthouse
03-23-2001 CCHS ACADEMIC TEAM FINISHES SEASON - Participates At WV Quiz Bowl
03-22-2001 CLAY SEEKING A NEW MAYOR TONIGHT - Area's Water System In Disarray
03-21-2001 SNIDER ISSUED THIRTEEN CHARGES - Calhoun Magistrates Report
03-21-2001 MACE TRIAL CONTINUED AFTER INFORMANT PLEADS THE FIFTH - Calhoun Circuit Court Held Monday
03-20-2001 EDDIE EAGLE TEACHES GUN SAFETY AT PLEASANT HILL - What To Do If You Find A Gun
03-20-2001 MAYOR RESIGNS, TOWN OF CLAY COLLAPSING - Nasty Words, Nasty Water
03-20-2001 CRESTON NEWS
03-20-2001 COLLISION CRUNCHES VEHICLE MONDAY NIGHT - Two Sustain Minor Injuries
03-20-2001 CALHOUN HIGH BASEBALL FIELD ON WRONG ANGLE - Sunlight Creates Safety Problems, Home Games On Hold
03-20-2001 DEEP WELL PERMITS INCREASE IN CALHOUN - Is The Boom A Reality?
03-19-2001 "MAKING ENDS MEET" FORUM HELD - Status Of Working Families
03-19-2001 COUNTY GOVERNMENTS FEEL SQUEEZE - Lincoln, Clay, Putnam, Fayette Struggle To Pay Bills; Layoffs May Be Only Option For Some
03-18-2001 SIX VETERANS GET THEIR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS - They Marched Off To War
03-18-2001 COMMISSIONERS MEET WITH CAPTIO'S REP - Discuss Calhoun Concerns
03-17-2001 GRANTSVILLE BIBLE INSTITUTE COMPLETES FIRST YEAR - Dozens of Area Residents Are Enrolled
03-17-2001 CHS JUNIORS: KNOW YOUR STATE GOVERNMENT DAY - West Virginia's 51st Annual Event
03-17-2001 OFFUTT AND CAIN FIRST PLACE WINNERS - Marshall U's Search For Excellence
03-16-2001 COUNTIES MAY FORM ECONOMIC VENTURE - Reprinted from Parkersburg News
03-16-2001 LIGNETICS REP SAYS THERE WAS NO EXPLOSION - Condition Of Workers Described As Stable
03-15-2001 ABC RELEASES GRAY MACHINE LIST - Over 12,000 In West Virginia
03-15-2001 SPRING ROAD WORK IN SUNNY CAL - Including Paving Projects
03-15-2001 A COUNTY A DAY - Wirt Officials And Citizens To Participate At Legislature
03-15-2001 COMMISSION TALKS DEEP WELL DRILLING - Wirt-Calhoun Economic Project Scheduled
03-14-2001 DORIS FERRELL HAS OVER 20 YEARS - Recognized By Dollar General Stores
03-14-2001 CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET FOR MARCH 19 - Judge Thomas C. Evans III Will Preside
03-14-2001 BUDGETS, MANDATES AND SHORTFALLS - Calhoun's Commission Is Challenged
03-13-2001 CRESTON NEWS
03-13-2001 RABIES VACCINE PELLETS WILL BE DROPPED FROM AIR - $1.5 Project Will Curb States 20 Year Outbreak
03-13-2001 WEST VIRGINIA WRITERS CONFERENCE - June 8-10 At Cedar Lakes
03-13-2001 JOINT WIRT-CALHOUN DEVELOPMENT GROUP LAUNCHED - Will Meet in Grantsville On March 26
03-13-2001 CAR STRIKES HILL, LANDS ON TOP - Accident Sends Two To Hospital
03-13-2001 GRAY MACHINE LIST RELEASED BY GOVERNOR - Calhoun Has 16 Devices
03-13-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Johnson and Robinson
03-12-2001 TWO MEN LIFE-FLIGHTED TO PITTSBURGH BURN CENTER - Explosion Rocks Gilmer Plant Sunday
03-12-2001 LANCASTER FUND RAISING NETS $10,000 - It Has Been An Outpouring Of Support
03-11-2001 RISING ABOVE THE CONFLICT - Survival Of The Minnora Community Center
03-09-2001 GLENVILLE STATE - WVU COLLABORATION ON HOLD - Policies Being Developed
03-09-2001 CONFLICT, CONFUSION AND PROGRESS AT MCC MEETING - Split Board Challenged To Resolve Differences
03-09-2001 QUICKER RESPONSE TO SOUTHERN CALHOUN - Deputy Bandy Will Man Minnora Station
03-09-2001 GILMER SHERIFF HAS CLOSE CALL - Escapes Being Hit By Suspects Auto
03-08-2001 STAND BACK AS YOUR NATURAL GAS BILL SKYROCKETS - Dominion-Hope Asking For 53% Increase
03-08-2001 ACCUSATIONS AND ISSUES SURFACE AT MINNORA CENTER - Richards Says "Bickering Must Stop, We're Going To Move Forward"
03-07-2001 WEST FORK FIRE CLAIMS FIVE LIVES IN 1916
03-07-2001 SCHOOL BOARD HIRES AND TRANSFERS - Monday Night Meeting
03-07-2001 BACK FORK WATER PROJECT - One More Time
03-07-2001 MINNORA CENTER MAY AIR PROBLEMS TONIGHT - Dissenting Views Traded
03-07-2001 GILMER MAN FLEES FROM POLICE IN TWO COUNTIES - Chase Ends At Arnoldsburg
03-06-2001 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL HONORS VOLUNTEERS - Several Receive Certificates For Service
03-06-2001 CRESTON NEWS
03-06-2001 DR. SEUSS ON THE LOOSE AT PLEASANT HILL - A Birthday Celebration
03-06-2001 TEACHERS REPORT TO LEGISLATURE ON BRIDGES - Early Learner Program And Lab
03-06-2001 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - From The Records Of Magistrates Johnson And Robinson
03-05-2001 POLICE VIDEO CAM SAYS "YOU A TOUGH GUY?" - Tape Falters And Has "Ominous Silence"
03-04-2001 GVFD ANSWERS BRUSH FIRE CALL - Power Line Went Down
03-02-2001 $1 MILLION SUIT FILED AGAINST STATE POLICE - Troopers Yanero And Collins Named
03-02-2001 SCHOOL'S WATER LEAK PARTIALLY FIXED - No Longer Losing Water
03-02-2001 ARROW OF LIGHT CEREMONY RECOGNIZES SCOUTS - 2001 Blue And Gold Banquet
03-02-2001 FOUR-WHEELER ACCIDENT INJURES PARKERSBURG MAN - Evacuated By Health Net Chopper
03-01-2001 CALHOUN LEADS STATE IN UNEMPLOYMENT - Jefferson The Lowest
03-01-2001 ROSEMARY THOMAS APPOINTED VICE PRESIDENT OF COLLEGE ADVANCEMENT - Glenville State College
03-01-2001 CALHOUN REIMBURSED FOR RE-PRINTING BALLOTS - Seventeen Counties Get Money
03-01-2001 CIVILITY AND RESOLUTION NEEDED FOR MINNORA CENTER - Center Is A Jewel In Southern Calhoun
02-28-2001 FORMER KELLWOOD EMPLOYEES STUDY COMPUTERS - Minnora Center Site For One Year Program
02-28-2001 MINNORA CENTER BOARD DIVIDED - "We Need Broad-Based Support"
02-28-2001 BRUSH FIRE NEAR CLAY COUNTY LINE - Upper West Fork VFD Responds
02-27-2001 PLEASANT HILL STUDENTS CELEBRATE PRESIDENT'S DAY - A Patriotic Week
02-27-2001 CRESTON NEWS
02-26-2001 STUMPTOWN FIRE FANNED BY HIGH WINDS - Two Fire Departments Respond
02-26-2001 GAZETTE SAYS MERGE - Consolidate Counties
02-25-2001 WIRT COUNTY "DEAD ON THE VINE" - Officials Seek Governors Help
02-25-2001 CIRCUIT COURT PROCESSES CASES - Next Court Sessions Are Scheduled
02-24-2001 MAGISTRATES REPORT - From Court Records of Magistrates Johnson And Robinson
02-23-2001 CHS ANNOUNCES HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLLS - Hur Herald Congratulates Students
02-23-2001 A NIGHT OF FIRES - Bremar Youth Alerts Occupant, Fire Rekindles Early Thursday
02-23-2001 ATV LAWS MAY BE COMING - Titles, Licenses, No Road Rule and Helmets
02-22-2001 HEAVY DAMAGE TO LEADING CREEK HOUSE - No One Home
02-22-2001 TOO MANY COUNTIES, TOO MANY SCHOOL SYSTEMS - Wirt Meets With Governor Wise Today
02-22-2001 KENDZIERA NEW PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT - Minnora Primary Care Center
02-22-2001 FIVE RACCOON HEADS NEGATIVE - Distemper Cause Of Death
02-22-2001 CRITICAL GRANTSVILLE FIRE - Three Fire Departments Respond
02-21-2001 CRESTON NEWS
02-21-2001 A CALHOUN MOVIE NIGHT - Screen Lights Up With Scenes From 1900's
02-21-2001 SENIOR NUTRITION CENTER OPENS - Minnora Center New CCCOA Site
02-21-2001 CALHOUN MIDDLE SCHOOL 7TH. GRADE MAKES CHOICES - Roll Playing And Learning Made Fun
02-20-2001 GLENVILLE STATE MUST FIND A PARTNER OR DIE - College In Crisis
02-20-2001 WIRT CUB SCOUTS HOLD BLUE AND GOLD BANQUET - "Passports To Other Lands"
02-20-2001 TOWN OF CLAY CAN'T MEET PAYROLL - Water System In Disarray, Schools Using Bottled Water
02-19-2001 TRUCK CRASHES OVER HILL MONDAY - Rush Climbs Out And Seeks Help
02-18-2001 GLENVILLE STATE COLLEGE ISSUES CUTS AND FREEZES - Challenges And Changes
02-18-2001 WIRT COUNTY STUDENT CRITICAL - Auto Accident On Route 53
02-17-2001 OSHA WILL INVESTIGATE ACCIDENT - Rogers Fell To Death At Spencer Veneer
02-17-2001 CALHOUN IN THE MOVIES - Pot Luck Dinner Theater This Monday
02-17-2001 SEVEN STANDING TRIAL FOR DRUG AND ALCOHOL INCIDENTS - Circuit Court Opens On Febuary 22
02-16-2001 BLAKE FILES MOTIONS FOR RELEASE - Circuit Court Scheduled For February 22
02-15-2001 JARVIS CHARGED WITH DESTRUCTION - Calhoun Magistrates Report
02-15-2001 FOSTER ARRESTED AFTER FLEEING FROM CRASH - Faces Multiple Charges
02-15-2001 PESKY WATER LEAKS AT SCHOOL COMPLEX - Water Bill Quadruples
02-14-2001 ARNOLDSBURG VFD GETTING FIRST NEW TRUCK - Pumper Will Be Delivered By March 1
02-14-2001 JAIL AUTHORITY VOTES TO RAISE CHARGES - Legislature Wants New Courthouse Authority
02-14-2001 TIRE BITING RACCOON NOT RABID - Test Results From Monday's Episode
02-14-2001 RIF STRIKES CALHOUN SCHOOLS AGAIN - Employees Tied To Students Population
02-13-2001 BATTERY CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST HOSPITAL BOARD MEMBER - Roane General Meeting Fracas
02-13-2001 ANTI-TOBACCO GROUP HAS AWARDS DINNER - Recogntion Given For Program Support
02-13-2001 BIG OTTER GO-MART ROBBED - Money Taken From Gazette Deliveryman
02-13-2001 ROGERS DIES AFTER 10-FOOT FALL - Saturday At Spencer Veneers Plant
02-13-2001 LOCAL GAL'S DREAM COMES TRUE - Cheryl McCauley Jarvis Records CD
02-13-2001 CRESTON NEWS
02-12-2001 FLAT RUN WELL "WOKE THE NEIGHBORS" - Calhoun Scheduled For First Deep Well
02-11-2001 WEST FORK A REAL COMMUNITY CLINIC - Operated By Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
02-11-2001 AMMO EXPLODES IN MOBILE HOME FIRE - Dwelling Totaled On Sinking Springs
02-10-2001 CALHOUN WRITERS READ AND STORY TELL - A Lunchtime Event At Senior Center
02-10-2001 MAKING ENDS MEET - What Should We Do To Support Working Families
02-10-2001 CALHOUN COUNTY PARK'S TRAILS OPEN - Come Out And Enjoy Them
02-09-2001 DELEGATE STEMPLE ASSISTANT WHIP - Speaker Kiss Makes Additional Appointments
02-08-2001 SCHOOL BOARD HEARS RIF CONCERNS - Personnel Actions Taken
02-08-2001 MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENT INJURES MILLSTONE MAN - Taken To Roane General Hospital
02-07-2001 HAMS, SCANNERS AND RADIO TALK - 450 Back On The Air
02-07-2001 COMMISSION SEEKS GRANTS TO HELP COUNTY - Economic Development Issues Addressed
02-07-2001 CHARTER WILL NOT PROVIDE INTERNET ACCESS HERE - Promoting Digital Services
02-07-2001 NEW COURTHOUSE FACES - Scott And Bower
02-06-2001 LAYOFFS AND TRANSFERS CONFRONT SCHOOL BOARD - Roberts Expresses Concerns Over Drug Problems
02-06-2001 ROSEDALE WOMAN KILLED IN HEAD-ON CRASH - Speed And Wet Highway Blamed
02-06-2001 JUVENILE FACILITIES NEED MORE BEDS - Not Enough Room To House Youthful Offenders
02-06-2001 MAN CHARGED WITH 3RD OFFENSE DUI - Arrested By Gilmer Authorities
02-06-2001 CRESTON NEWS
02-05-2001 COMMISSION DECIDING ON GRANT APPLICATIONS - Tax Review And Equalization Meetings Set, Oil And Gas Problems On Feb. 8
02-04-2001 ELDERLY MINNORA WOMAN UNINJURED IN HOUSE FIRE - Blaze Does Extensive Damage To Dwelling
02-03-2001 AREA ON EDGE OF RABIES OUTBREAK - More Rabid Specimens Needed
02-03-2001 SPENCER LOGGER MAKES PLEDGE - "We Will Take Care Of The Overload Problems"
02-02-2001 CONSUMER GAS RATE HIKE OK'D - From The Charleston Gazette
02-02-2001 NEWS FROM NOBE - With Ann Richards
02-02-2001 THE RACE WAS ON - Pinewood Derby Downhill Race
02-01-2001 THREE CHALLENGE KNIGHT IN MAYOR'S RACE - Three Newcomers For Council
02-01-2001 HARRISON CHARGED WITH FELONY AND CONTRIBUTING - Calhoun Magistrate Report
01-30-2001 CRESTON NEWS
01-30-2001 911 CONSOLE IMPROVES COMMUNICATIONS - Instant Recall Recorder Also Installed
01-29-2001 ARNOLDSBURG PRINCIPAL GRAHAM INJURED - Taken To MHHCC For Evaluation
01-29-2001 HEAVY DAMAGE TO HOSEY HOUSE - Ada Hosey Escapes Injury
01-28-2001 FLAGS UP ON RABIES SPREAD - Symptons In Animals
01-28-2001 NATURAL GAS PRICES TO SOAR - The Worst Is Yet To Come
01-27-2001 CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS ANNOUNCE TOP SPELLERS - Bee Held At Middle School
01-27-2001 RABIES IDENTIFIED IN FOX HEAD - "Rabies Is Spreading West And South In West Virginia"
01-27-2001 CALHOUN-GILMER LONG DISTANCE DECISION LOOMING - "The Matter Is Before The FCC"
01-26-2001 NEW RADIO CONSOLE INSTALLED AT 911 CENTER - Financed By Budget Digest Grant
01-26-2001 HI-RISE SCRUMPTIOUS PIZZA WORTH A DRIVE - Big Bend Business Has Sit Down Restaurant
01-25-2001 DR. STOKAN TO BE AT WEST FORK PRIMARY CARE - Certified In Family Practice
01-25-2001 CAR SLIDES INTO ANNAMORIAH CREEK - One Person Injured
01-24-2001 SMITH ESCAPES SERIOUS INJURY IN TOWN HILL ACCIDENT - Sports Utility Vehicle Crashes On Top
01-24-2001 GILMER MURDERER ATTEMPTS SUICIDE - Craft In Critical Condition
01-24-2001 CALHOUN HAS NEW DEPUTY SHERIFF - Ron Bandy, Jr. On The Job
01-23-2001 PINEWOOD DERBY IN ELIZABETH - Cub Scout Pack Has Annual Race
01-23-2001 CRESTON NEWS
01-22-2001 GRANTS, GRANTS AND MORE GRANTS - Commission Seeking Financial Help
01-22-2001 WILD MEATS SERVED AT LONG RIFLE DINNER - Tom Lane Is Second Year Champ
01-21-2001 ROSEDALE CAR PLUNGES INTO STEER CREEK - Former Calhoun Woman Dead
01-21-2001 C. W. MC DONALD RETIRES FROM MAGISTRATE POST - "Calhoun County Is My Home"
01-20-2001 UPPER WEST FORK VFD GETS HELP - Delegate Stemple Presents $10,000 Grant
01-20-2001 POLICE ARREST TWO ON THIRD OFFENSE DUI -Calhoun Magistrate Report Records
01-19-2001 CALHOUN'S NEWEST ELECTED OFFICIALS TAKE OFFICE - Judge McCarty Does The "Swearing"
01-19-2001 WESTON ARSON TRIAL UNDERWAY - Parents Accused In The Deaths Of Five Children
01-18-2001 THREE CRIMINAL CASES HEARD - Calhoun Circuit Court
01-18-2001 DUSKEY INCARCERATED FOR MALICIOUS WOUNDING - Witness Said Victim Kicked While Unconcious
01-18-2001 WV GAS UTILITIES REQUESTING HIKES - Allegheny/Mountaineer Gas Requests 40 Perecnt
01-18-2001 SHERIFF PARSONS WILL HAVE SERVED THE LONGEST - Will Hire New Deputy
01-16-2001 SIXTEEN-YEAR-OLD WRECKS ON PLEASANT HILL - Seat Belt Minimizes Injuries
01-16-2001 BLOSSER INDICTED IN DUI DEATH - Wrecked 40 Ton Key Energy Rig
01-15-2001 STATE POLICE HAS BUSY YEAR - "We Will Work Even Harder"
01-14-2001 FIRE DESTROYS WIRT COUNTY BARN - Cattle Are Safe
01-13-2001 HARTSHORN WILL NOT BE PROSECUTED - "Could Easily Be Construed As Criminal"
01-13-2001 $50,000 PAID ON CALHOUN'S JAIL BILL - Real Estate Settlement Raises Cash
01-13-2001 DRUG CASES TOP INDICTMENTS - Judge Tom Evans Holds Grand Jury
01-13-2001 COMISSION APPOINTS WEAVER PRESIDENT - Joint Economic Venture With Wirt Continues


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