There are 1312 matches for the year 2002:

Date PublishedArticle
12-31-2002 WHY IS THE CENSUS OF AGRICULTURE IMPORTANT TO YOU? - Agriculture Report Forms Due February 3
12-31-2002 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Lampoon Anger, "Sin Money" And Triple Deaths
12-30-2002 CHS BOY'S BASKETBALL WINS HOLIDAY TOURNEY - Clarksburg Event
12-30-2002 WIRT BAND HAS WIDE REPERTOIRE - Even Ol' Hank Would Take Notice
12-30-2002 CRESTON NEWS
12-29-2002 MOOREHEAD DEAD IN US 33-119 BLAZE - Officials Investigating Cause Of Death
12-29-2002 L. T. ANDERSON - The Stuff That Really Matters In 2002
12-29-2002 BLUEGRASS SATURDAY NIGHT - Year End Entertainment
12-29-2002 WEST VIRGINIANS OF THE YEAR - Charleston Gazette Since 1951
12-29-2002 WEST VIRGINIAN OF THE YEAR - Senator Robert C. Byrd
12-28-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
12-28-2002 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - $13 Dollar Crooks, Ole Hank And Police Video Cams
12-28-2002 CAPITOL LAWN MINER'S MEMORIAL WILL FEATURE DRAG LINE - Monument Was To Have Been For Those Who Died Mining Coal
12-28-2002 MISTREATED ROANE HORSES WILL BE SOLD - Three Year Ordeal Ending
12-28-2002 NICHOLSON DENIED BOND - Ritchie Man Charged With First-Degree Murder
12-28-2002 CALTRIDER FUNERAL SCHEDULED - Remains Discovered Under "Suspicious Circumstances"
12-27-2002 FLATWOODS GAS STATION ROBBED - Man Flees North On I-79
12-27-2002 CALHOUN RANKS LOW IN CHILDREN'S WELL-BEING - High Birth Rate For Unmarried Teens
12-27-2002 GLENVILLE'S BEST WESTERN MOTEL UNSTUCK - After "Senseless And Rancorous Debate
12-26-2002 WIRT MAN'S BODY "DUMPED" AT NURSERY - Regional Murders And Shootings
12-26-2002 WEST VIRGINIA YET TO RECEIVE DROUGHT ASSISTANCE - Douglas Says Mosts Counties Eligible
12-26-2002 LITTLE MAKING AMAZING IMPROVEMENT - Injured When Gas Meter Explodes In Face
12-26-2002 THREE HEROIC WOMEN - Reflect America's Biggest Story 2002
12-26-2002 CHARLESTON MIGHT BUY-BACK WATER COMPANY - Water, Water Everywhere, And Not A Drop Owned Around Here
12-24-2002 THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS - Legally Speaking
12-24-2002 CHRISTMAS EVE SERVICES - Around Sunny Cal
12-24-2002 LET IT SNOW, LET IT SNOW - Maybe It Will, A Little

12-24-2002 FLECK, SOIL CONSERVATION OFFICER DIES - Wirt County Resident Remembered
12-24-2002 HARK THE ANGELS SING - The World Is Ending
12-24-2002 BODY FOUND IN WIRT COUNTY - "Suspicious Circumstances" Near LK Nursery
12-24-2002 POWERBALL NUMBERS REACH ALL-TIME HIGH - Chances With One Ticket Almost As Good
12-24-2002 MERRY CHRISTMAS FROM L. T. - His Annual Christmas Card
12-23-2002 "CAROLS COME TO LIFE" - Enon Baptist Church
12-23-2002 WEST VIRGINIA HAS NO WATER USE STATUES - Supply Not Regulated, Foreign Sale Of Water Utilities Moving Ahead
12-23-2002 GRANTSVILLE FIREMEN HAVE DINNER TONIGHT - Welcomes Emergency Personnel, Law Enforcement And Family Members
12-23-2002 BETHLEHEM CHURCH HAS "EVENING OF BLESSING" - Celebrating The Holy Season
12-23-2002 RITCHIE MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER - Victim 33-Year-Old Man
12-22-2002 ROANE MAN SHOOTS FATHER - Critical Condition Following Domestic Dispute
12-22-2002 WEST VIRGINIA, AT THE BOTTOM, IS GIVING IT AWAY AGAIN - Water Rights Is Most Precious Commodity
12-22-2002 4-H WILL USE MANY FORMER TRADITIONS - Complainant Harris Not Happy, Native American Activist Speaks Out
12-22-2002 MASSEY STILL "STORMING HEAVEN" - Finding Bad Guys To Blame
12-22-2002 ARNOLDSBURG LIGHTS ON! - Adult-Family And High-school Students Program
12-22-2002 HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Ten Warning Signs Your Older Family Member May Need Help
12-21-2002 CHS HONOR AND ACHEIVEMENT ROLL - Third Grading Period Honor Roll (3.5-4.0 GPA)

12-21-2002 DAVID BARR RECOGNIZED FOR SERVICE - Annual Christmas Dinner For County Workers
12-21-2002 JAMMIN' AT AL'S BARN - Celebratin', Pickin', Singin' And Helpin'
12-20-2002 LIVE NATIVITY PROCLAIMS CHRISTMAS MESSAGE - Drive-Through At Victory Baptist Church
12-20-2002 BEWARE OF BUYING LOTTO TICKETS ON-LINE - Saturday's Powerball Jackpot A Whopping $215 Million
12-20-2002 FREE SPEECH SUIT DROPPED - State Police Sued Over Illegal Search, First Amendment Rights Violated In Calhoun
12-20-2002 LOCAL ELECTRICAL COMPANY FACING BANKRUPTCY - "Victim" Of Enron
12-20-2002 KANAWHA MAN SHOT BY OFFICERS AFTER DRUG BUY - Man Dies Attempting To Flee In Wood Incident
12-19-2002 HCA WILL PAY $631 MILLION TO SETTLE CLAIM - Chain Owns Four Regional Hospitals
12-19-2002 STATE WORKERS CAN TALK TO MEDIA - Federal Judge Rules In ACLU Case
12-19-2002 DUI FATALITIES SHOW 20 YEAR DECLINE - Public Awareness Credited
12-19-2002 ARNOLDSBURG PRINCIPAL RECOVERING - Tetrick Suffering From Rabbit Fever
12-19-2002 SHAFFER TESTIFIES IN NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE TRIAL - Witnesses Said Youth Drove Recklessly
12-18-2002 A NIGHT AT THE OPERA - January 11th Free Event
12-18-2002 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS WILL BE MAINTAINED - "A Promise Is A Promise"
12-18-2002 LIVE NATIVITY, CHARACTERS AND CRITTERS - Victory Baptist Welcomes Visitors
12-18-2002 STATE REPUBLICANS ORGANIZE LEADERSHIP - Sprouse Retains Minority Position
12-18-2002 CCCOA CHRISTMAS DINNER RECOGNIZES EMPLOYEES - "Our Workers Have Given A Lot"
12-18-2002 YOUTH PROGRAM IS SUCCESS DRIVEN - Students Participate In Career Activities
12-18-2002 FIRE DESTROYS HENRY'S FORK AUTO - Four Wheelers Damaged
12-18-2002 WHERE'S NORMA, MOMENTS AND PHOTOS ? - We Appreciate The Inquiries
12-18-2002 SHAFFER GUILTY OF NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE - Incarcerated In Regional Jail
12-17-2002 4-H WILL KEEP MANY NATIVE AMERICAN TRADITIONS - Report Sent To USDA
12-17-2002 MEAD-WESTVACO SELLS CALHOUN TIMBERLAND - 5,686 Acres Sell For $2,889,000
12-17-2002 SHAFFER TO STAND TRAIL FOR VEHICULAR HOMICIDE - Jury Will Hear Case Wednesday
12-17-2002 WEST VIRGINIA'S RETIREMENT PROGRAMS "WORST" - Most Poorly Funded In The Nation? Worst Ratio Assets To Liabilities
12-17-2002 CMS GIRLS DEFEAT WALTON 49-18 - Middle School Basketball
12-17-2002 'TIS THE SEASON FOR MUSIC - CM/CHS Christmas Concert
12-17-2002 CRESTON NEWS
12-17-2002 CAMC TRAUMA I STATUS WILL CONTINUE FOR NOW - Problems Still Lurking
12-17-2002 WIRT SPORTS FIGURE BOB SNIDER HAS DIED -A Hall Of Fame Kind Of Guy
12-16-2002 SAMPSON AND POSTALWAIT WILL RECEIVE OATH TODAY - Elected Officials Will Take Positions January 1
12-16-2002 HAY BALERS AND RECORD PLAYERS MAKE IT HAPPEN - Jim Bell's Christmas Display, Another Season
12-16-2002 INVESTIGATORS TAKE MC CLUNG'S COMPUTER - After Gazette-Mail Request FOIA
12-16-2002 CHS HOLIDAY CONCERT TONIGHT - Band And Choir Will Perform At 7
12-16-2002 EDUCATOR JEAN PITTS HAS DIED - First Special Educator In Calhoun
12-16-2002 FORMER CALHOUN MINISTER DEAD AT 99 - Rev. Dorsey Marks Dies In Ohio
12-16-2002 ACCIDENT VICTIM'S FUNERAL SET - Junior Harris Struck By Auto
12-16-2002 PUBLIC WILL VOTE FOR NEW BOARD MEMBERS - Minnora Center Officers Selected In January
12-16-2002 GOODRICH PRODUCING SLIDES IN INDIA - Denial Turns To A Maybe, Workers Might
12-15-2002 COMMISSION SEEKING BIDS FOR GARAGE RENTAL - Proposals Due January 3, 2003
12-15-2002 SATTERFIELD MAY GET $25,000 BONUS - Development Director's Salary $175,000
12-15-2002 DECK THE HALLS AND THE WHOLE HOUSE - Rebekah's Enjoy Christmas At Loretta's House
12-15-2002 CHRISTMAS FEST AT ARNOLDSBURG VFD - Dinner, Music And "War Stories"
12-15-2002 WORKER'S CENTER HAS OPEN HOUSE - New Location Serving Calhoun And Region
12-14-2002 TINY TOWN SUES COAL GIANT - Dust Upon Dust, They Contend
12-14-2002 SPENCER MAN DIES AFTER BEING STRUCK BY CAR - Spencer Police Are Investigating
12-14-2002 WATER SPRINKLER ERUPTS OVER GYM FLOOR - Two Fire Departments Respond, Damage Being Evaluated
12-14-2002 SEVENTY-SEVEN EXEMPLARY SCHOOLS NAMED - Some Slated For Closure
12-14-2002 GRIENDO SELECTED CLAY PROSECUTOR - Davis Has Law License Reinstated
12-14-2002 "MOONSHINE" KILLS TWO MERCER MEN - Substance Passed Was Methanol
12-14-2002 DNR OFFICERS CHASE ROANE HUNTERS - Illegal Kill And "Drug Related Evidence"
12-14-2002 STATE DEER KILL NEAR EXPECTATIONS - Antlerless Kill Is Up
12-14-2002 UNIONS, FAITH GROUPS AND ENVIROS WORK ON COMMON GOALS - Overweight Coal Trucks Unite Diverse Interests
12-14-2002 CHS FOOTBALL PLAYERS NAMED TO MID-OHIO TEAM - Recognized By Parkersburg-Marietta Papers
12-14-2002 MEAD-WESTVACO SELLS 95,000 ACRES - Wirt County Timberland Goes For $22.5 Million, Affects At Least Eight Counties
12-14-2002 JACKSON ALUMINUM WORKERS APPROVE CONTRACT, BARELY - 202 Layoffs Pending
12-13-2002 INSURANCE GOING UP FOR STATE WORKERS - 210,000 State Employees Affected
12-13-2002 MAN WILL BE CHARGED WITH BRANDISHING AND BATTERY - Conflict With Logger On Upper Big Run
12-13-2002 CHRISTMAS CAROL RETOLD - Arts Umbrella Performance At Glenville
12-13-2002 CONSERVANCY WILL PROTECT THE STATE'S FINEST - Fund Raising Underway For Critical Landscapes
12-13-2002 GILMER NIXES SCHOOL LEVY - Three Schools Could Be Closed
12-13-2002 CLYDE DOTSON DIES IN FLORIDA - Former Calhouner Was Man With Many Hats
12-12-2002 ALUMINUM PLANT WILL VOTE ON CONTRACT - More Layoffs Expected
12-12-2002 IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK ... - Christmas Season Upon Us
12-12-2002 "TATTOO VINCE" SAYS MURDER VICTIM WAS HIS BEST FRIEND - Murder Charges Filed In Roane County
12-12-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY MARRIAGES - October-November 2002
12-12-2002 McGRAW PRESENTS $10,000 TO CALHOUN LIBRARY - Distributing Money From Price Fixing Settlement
12-12-2002 WOOD LEADS STATE WITH 57 METH LABS - Home Operations Spreading Across State
12-12-2002 JUST LIKE DAYS OF OLD, BANK ROBBERY RETURNS TO THE MOUNTAINS - Flower Pillow Cases, Un-Masked Men And Escaping Cyclists
12-11-2002 GOV. WISE WILL RESTRUCTURE STATE GOVERNMENT - Cut-Backs And Changes
12-11-2002 OLD FOSSIL FOUND - Roydice Turns 65
12-11-2002 WV HOLLERS GOOD HIDE-A-WAY FOR TERRORISTS - Access To East Coast
12-11-2002 LITTLE PLACED IN STEP-DOWN UNIT - Remains In Coma
12-11-2002 POWELL RESIGNS AS GLENVILLE STATE PRESIDENT - Brought Efforts To Restore Institution
12-10-2002 MANY WEST VIRGINIANS LIVE IN POOR HOUSING - Sub-Standard Structures, Poor Plumbing
12-10-2002 AUNT VERDA SELLING PETE'S CHRISTMAS TREES - You May Cut Your Own
12-10-2002 ARNOLDSBURG AREA BOIL WATER ADVISORY - Section Along US 33-119
12-10-2002 MHHCC ATTENDS PEDIATRIC TRAINING - Ten Complete Course
12-10-2002 WASTING DISEASE LURKING OVER DEER POPULATION - No Cases Reported In West Virginia
12-10-2002 JOB CENTER WILL HAVE OPEN HOUSE FRIDAY - Bringing Job Services To The Region
12-10-2002 HEARTWOOD'S 10TH DAZZLING CELEBRATION - 175 Attend December Event
12-10-2002 CRESTON NEWS
12-10-2002 WEST VIRGINIA WATER GOING ABROAD - PSC Says $46 Billion Deal Can Move Ahead
12-10-2002 CLAY PROSECUTOR HAS LAW LICENSE REVOKED? - Resigned To Return To Private Practice
12-10-2002 MAN SURVIVES FIVE-DAY ENTRAPMENT IN FREEZING WEATHER - Burns Clothes For Heat, Melts Snow In Soda Can
12-09-2002 CAR ROLLS-OVER AT ARNOLDSBURG "Y" - Fire Destroys Mud Fork Dwelling
12-09-2002 INTERNATIONAL LAW WILL HAMPER WATER CONTROL - Utilities Being Sold To International Conglomerates
12-09-2002 EDUCATION OFFICIALS THROW OUT PROPOSALS - Trying To Clean Up "Mess"
12-09-2002 WIRT "TRAFFIC LIGHT" STOLEN - Looking For The Culprits
12-09-2002 WRITER'S GROUP "MURDER MYSTERY" - Body Found In Wilson's Bathtub
12-09-2002 DANCING THE NIGHT AWAY - Calhoun High's Christmas Ball
12-09-2002 1092 ENGINEERS HOLD CHRISTMAS DINNER - Event For Family And Friends
12-09-2002 WV RESERVISTS ACTIVATED TODAY - 108 Soldiers Will Report To Georgia
12-08-2002 SHAFFER ON TRIAL FOR NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE - Charged In Death Of Rodney Wagoner
12-08-2002 RAVENSWOOD PLANT THREATENING BANKRUPTCY - Company Wants New Union Contract
12-08-2002 WESTON HOSPITAL DROPS CONSTRUCTION PLANS - Facing Bigger Players
12-07-2002 LIGHTS ON ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS - December, 2002
12-07-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - December 2 Meeting Minutes
12-07-2002 PARSONS ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC ASSAULT - Described As Dangerous Situation
12-07-2002 LITTLE'S CONDITION CRITICAL - Trauma From Gas Meter Explosion
12-07-2002 GOLOSOW CHARGED WITH MURDER - Feds Drop Charges, Moved To Central Regional Jail
12-07-2002 GRANTSVILLE'S CHRISTMAS PARADE - Diehards Brave Chilly Weather
12-07-2002 KEMPER AND STURM REMEMBER "DAY OF INFAMY" - December 7, 1941
12-06-2002 COVERED-UP ZAIN CASE COST TAXPAYERS MILLIONS- Drug Evidence Still Missing In Mace Case
12-06-2002 FAMILY SQUABBLE TURNS VIOLENT - Gun And Knife Involved In Fight
12-06-2002 CHS CHRISTMAS BALL - Saturday, December 7
12-06-2002 FIREARMS AND COCAINE FOUND AT "TATTOO VINCE" FARM - Informants Helped "Dump" Murdered Man
12-06-2002 BERNICE HAUGHT DIES, 96 - Ritchie Oil And Gas Family
12-06-2002 MOORE'S LAWYERS WANT DOCUMENTS SQUASHED - "They Name Too Many People"
12-06-2002 SUIT WANTS TO BLOCK $30 MILLION LINCOLN SCHOOL - Contends Community Schools Produce Better Results
12-05-2002 AREA WORKERS GET HELP AT NEW CENTER - Job And Unemployment Services
12-05-2002 WALL ART AT MINNIE'S KIDS DAY CARE - Katrina Mohr Displays Talent
12-05-2002 COURTHOUSE FULL OF CRAFTERS - Hometown Country Christmas
12-05-2002 CALHOUN DIVORCES - November, 2002
12-05-2002 GEORGE MARSHALL DIES AT 90 - Former Calhouner From Well-Known Family
12-04-2002 MEMORIAL DOVE TREE PROJECT LAUNCHED - Help For Patients At MHHCC
12-04-2002 "TATTOO VINCE" TO BE SERVED MURDER WARRANT - Was There A Second Murder?
12-04-2002 DEER KILL MAY BE UP - Hunters Still Want The Bucks, Says Fox
12-04-2002 CRESTON WOMAN OPENS PARKERSBURG BUSINESS - Open House Sunday, December 8
12-04-2002 HOMESTEAD REALTY IN NEW QUARTERS - Selling Central WV Acreage
12-04-2002 CALHOUN'S DEER KILL UP 10% - District Up 5%
12-03-2002 HOMETOWN COUNTRY CHRISTMAS BEGINS WEDNESDAY - Town Will Have Free Parking, Still Time To A Rent Booth, Enter Parade
12-03-2002 CRESTON NEWS
12-03-2002 EXPULSION HEARINGS ON SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA - Two Students Expelled, Arnoldsburg School Given Temporary Accreditation
12-03-2002 METER EXPLODES IN WORKER'S FACE - Gene Little In Critical Condition
12-03-2002 WAYNE UNDERWOOD BOARD FORMULATED - Sampson Welcomed To Commission, Former Economic Agency Dissolved
12-03-2002 JACKSON AUTO PARTS PLANT CLOSES - The Final Death Knell
12-03-2002 CLAY PROSECUTOR RESIGNS - "I Got Tired Of The Malarkey"
12-03-2002 PRAYER PATH TO CHRISTMAS - December 11-13, Knotts Memorial Church
12-03-2002 MEROLA ENLISTS IN U.S. NAVY DEP - Senior At Calhoun High School
12-02-2002 CALHOUN BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA - Meeting Monday, December 2
12-02-2002 PRESSURE PLACED ON SBA BY LEGISLATORS - Situation Getting Muddier
12-02-2002 COMMISSION MEETS AT 9 AM TODAY - Recreational Board Being Established
12-02-2002 VONDA (1920-2002) - Resilient Character And Certain Dignity
12-02-2002 A COTTAGE CHRISTMAS - Unique Gifts For Holiday Giving
12-01-2002 ROANE FAMILY FEARS TEENAGER IS DEAD - "Tattoo Vince" Will Face Grand Jury Indictment
12-01-2002 MAN FOUND DEAD IN HUNTING CABIN - Authorities Looking For Cause Of Death
12-01-2002 STARCHER DIES FROM INJURIES - Injured On 4-Wheeler Getting Deer
12-01-2002 FAMILIES HOMELESS AFTER MOBILE HOME FIRES - Occupants Escape Without Injury
11-30-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
11-30-2002 MID-YEAR COLLEGE TUITION HIKE OUT - Gov. Wise Asks Colleges To Find Other Ways
11-30-2002 DEER KILL REACHES 2062 SINCE MONDAY - DNR Officers Busy Answering Calls
11-30-2002 MINNORA CENTER EVENT HONORS LESTER McCUMBERS - Square Dancers Enjoy Event
11-29-2002 BLAIR FAMILY GIVES SPECIAL THANKS - To Churches, A Local Shriner And Ruby Memorial Hospital
11-29-2002 VONDA GUNN DEAD AT 82 - Longtime Democrat Leader And Calhoun Educator
11-29-2002 LITTLE DOG LOST - Needs A Good Home
11-29-2002 CHRISTMAS VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL - Beech UM Church
11-29-2002 THANKSGIVING 2002 - CRI And Salvation Army Sponsor Dinner
11-28-2002 PROJECT MOVE CLOTHING DRIVE - AmeriCorps Family Mentor Service
11-28-2002 BUILDING BLOCKS AT PLEASANT HILL - A Lights On Program
11-28-2002 BIGGER AND BETTER - Hometown County Christmas, Parade December 6th
11-28-2002 STARCHER IN SURGERY AFTER HUNTING RELATED ACCIDENT - Roane Boy Shot, DNR Officers Have Busy Day, 13-Point Buck Checked
11-28-2002 PINK ROAD HOUSE BURNS TO GROUND - Family Left With Nothing
11-28-2002 REGIONAL BUSINESSES CITED FOR UNDERAGE ALCOHOL - Sales To Minors
11-27-2002 LIGHTS ON! ADULT CLASSES - Register Early
11-27-2002 "PORK CHOP'S" SWEETHEART DEAL - Sen. Jackson Is Power Broker
11-27-2002 DEER BY THE TRUCKLOAD - A Great Hunting Day, Two 12-Pointers Checked
11-26-2002 CRESTON NEWS
11-26-2002 STARCHER INJURED IN HUNTING ACCIDENT - Air-Lifted To CAMC, Condition Described As Serious
11-26-2002 BRINGING IN THE BUCKS - A Few Big Racks Checked
11-25-2002 AUXILIARY POLICE QUESTIONED IN GRANTSVILLE - Gaylen Duskey New Council Member, Funk Wants An Apology
11-25-2002 DRUG COP MAKES STARTLING ENTRANCE - Clendenin Mayor Highly Impressed
11-25-2002 HUNTER INJURED ON 4-WHEELER MONDAY - Hunters Take To The Woods, It's Deer Camp Time
11-25-2002 CLAY WRECK KILLS CHARLESTON WOMAN - Two Others Injured At Procious
11-24-2002 FATHER FEARS THE WORST - Seabolt Teenager Still Missing
11-23-2002 STATE POLICEMAN'S ACTIONS QUESTIONED - Bonazzo Has List Of Headaches
11-23-2002 FORMER BRAXTON SHERIFF ARRESTED DUI - Keener Refuses Drunk Driving Tests
11-23-2002 POWERLESS OVER INTERNATIONAL PURCHASE OF WATER UTILITIES? - WV May Be "Gnat To Be Swatted Away"
11-23-2002 STATE BILLIONS IN DEBT - Unfunded Liabilities Creating Cutbacks
11-23-2002 MINNORA CENTER SELECTS NEW BOARD MEMBERS - Next Meeting December 2
11-23-2002 COUNTY EMPLOYEES CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING - Dinner Held In Court Room
11-23-2002 OFFUTT RECOGNIZED FOR LIFETIME SERVICE - "I'm Grateful Some Of It Was To Help Calhoun County"
11-22-2002 JOHNSON PRE-SENTENCE HEARING POSTPONED - Will Be Scheduled Later
11-22-2002 FORMER GLENVILLE LIBRARIAN INDICTED - Charged With Secretly Recording Employee
11-22-2002 FIGHT AND REPORTED GUNFIRE BRINGS POLICE TO HATTIE'S RUN - Officers Respond From Four Counties
11-22-2002 LITTLE KANAWHA LONGBEARDS DONATE TURKEYS - Making Thanksgiving Better
11-22-2002 RESERVISTS ON THE HOOK - Standing By For Action
11-21-2002 STATE SCHOOL SYSTEM UNDER CLOUD - Where Has The Money Gone?
11-21-2002 DISEASE SLOWLY SPREADING IN DEER POPULATION - Not Transmitted To Humans
11-21-2002 MAJOR ROCK SLIDE IN WIRT - 100 Tons Fall Across Route 5
11-21-2002 RAVENSWOOD PLANT STARTS LAYOFFS - 202 Will Lose Jobs
11-20-2002 THE HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARDS - Making The Community Better
11-20-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
11-20-2002 DRUG FREE OLYMPIC DAY A SUCCESS - In Spite Of Weather
11-19-2002 EMERGENCY SERVICES BUILDING MOVING AHEAD - Commission Has Little Input Regarding Project
11-19-2002 CRESTON NEWS
11-19-2002 WORKMAN'S COMP FUND PLUNGES INTO DEBT - Could Face Bankruptcy
11-19-2002 CEOS HAVE "BE THANKFUL" DINNER - Annual Achievement Night Program
11-18-2002 METH LAB DISCOVERED IN BURNING SPRINGS - Three Wirt Men Held In Central Jail
11-18-2002 CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH HAS DINNER - A Thanksgiving Event
11-18-2002 PLEASANT HILL CHURCH CELEBRATES THANKSGIVING - "The Hands That Prepared It"
11-18-2002 THANKS FOR THE FINANCIAL SUPPORT - The Herald Is Still A Struggling Endeavor, We Thank Our Writers Too
11-17-2002 AUCTIONED DRUG EQUIPMENT CONFISCATED BY STATE POLICE - Second Time Around
11-17-2002 McCLUNG UNDER MICROSCOPE - May Have Used False Credentials, Wrongdoing Investigation Is Expanding
11-17-2002 TWO INJURED SOUTH OF ORMA - Taken To Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
11-16-2002 ATV TAXATION MAY BE STEPPED UP - Stickers Would Indicate Compliance, Raising $10 Million For Highways
11-16-2002 MISSING ROANE WOMAN KNEW "TATTOO VINCE" - Seabolt Vanished August 31
11-15-2002 MAGISTRATES COLLECTING OVERDUE COSTS - $3600 Collected During Initial Effort
11-15-2002 SIX CARS CRASH IN CHAIN COLLISION - Drivers Escape Injuries
11-15-2002 WIRT METH LAB RAIDED - Calhoun Trooper Investigated Over Wirt Incident
11-14-2002 MOORE YOUTH CHARGED - Correction To Story
11-14-2002 MHHCC RENOVATIONS COMPLETE - Interior Has Bright New Look
11-14-2002 MINNORA CENTER FUNDRAISER A SUCCESS - "All The Bills Are Paid," New Board Members Sought
11-14-2002 VINTAGE FIRE TRUCKS FALLING APART - New Pumper Badly Needed, Pleasant Hill Students Raise $600 In Pennies
11-14-2002 CHS ANNOUNCES HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLLS - 2nd Grading Period
11-13-2002 VISIONARY PLANS FOR WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD - Recreational Area Will Serve County
11-13-2002 COMMISSION AND SCHOOL BOARD CANVASS ELECTION - Will Be Certified Thursday
11-12-2002 CRESTON NEWS
11-12-2002 MEMORIAL TRAIL SIGNS ERECTED - In Honor of Sgt. Gene Vance
11-12-2002 REMEMBERING SOLDIERS - Veteran's Day At Parkersburg's City Park
11-11-2002 FUNDRAISER LAUNCHES NEW EFFORT AT MINNORA CENTER - Spaghetti Dinner Has Good Attendance
11-11-2002 MOLASSES FESTIVAL VOLUNTEERS RECOGNIZED - "Bravely They Proved..."
11-11-2002 20-YEAR-OLD INJURED IN ATV ACCIDENT - 13-Year-Old Cut On Plate Glass
11-11-2002 MINNORA LODGE HALL AWARDED STORE OWNER - Horsley Claimed Sewage Tainted Water Well
11-11-2002 RANDOLPH SCHOOLS SUE FOR LUNCH BILLS - Students Get Peanut Butter Sandwich
11-10-2002 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL ANNOUNCE SCHOLARSHIPS - Bailey, Murphy And Parks McKelvey Recipients
11-10-2002 TRACY ROGERS HAS THE TOUCH - Massage Therapy Helps Stress And Muscle Problems
11-10-2002 THE DELIGHTS OF APPLE BUTTER - Annual Rebekah Stirring Yesterday
11-09-2002 DOE DEER SEASON DRASTICALLY EXPANDED - Will Curb Exploding Population
11-09-2002 CALHOUN WOMAN SENTENCED IN DUI DEATH - Home Confinement In Lieu Of Jail Term
11-09-2002 DISTRAUGHT WOMAN CALLS FOR HELP - Numerous Officers Respond To Straight Creek
11-09-2002 ARNOLDSBURG STUDENTS ENJOY PERFORMANCES - Music and Story Telling
11-08-2002 CRI TO BRING 400 WORKCAMP VOLUNTEERS TO COUNTY - 70 Homes To Be Repaired
11-08-2002 U. S. ATTORNEY LOOKING AT STATE SCHOOL PROBLEM - Was "Department Dumb Or Really Crooked"
11-08-2002 SIX HUNDRED JOBS COMING TO MINERAL WELLS - Luigino's Could Open In A Year
11-07-2002 WOOD FESTIVAL CARNIVAL MAY BE MOVED - Lions Help With Grantsville's Christmas Lights
11-07-2002 COMMISSION WILL CANVASS ELECTION TUESDAY - Regular Meeting November 12 At 9 A.M.
11-07-2002 BOBCATS IN THEM THERE HILLS - Metz Has Big Buck Contest
11-07-2002 GRANTSVILLE MAN STEALS DEAD MAN'S CREDIT CARD - Todd Smith Held In Regional Jail
11-07-2002 CLUES SURFACE ABOUT ROANE MURDER - Spencer Newspapers Report Search Warrant
11-06-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - November 4 Meeting Minutes
11-06-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY GENERAL ELECTION - Votes By Precinct And Percentages
11-06-2002 SAMPSON NEW COMMISSIONER - Stemple Re-Elected, Library Levy Passes, Liquor Store Goes Down
11-06-2002 CRAIGO GOES DOWN - Capito Wins Easily, GOP Gains Seven Senate Seats In Legislature
11-06-2002 COPEN DEFEATS BAILEY FOR WIRT COMMISSION - Capito Carries County By Large Margin
11-05-2002 HEMLOCKS MAY BE DOOMED IN REGION - Aphids Killing The Trees In 18 States
11-05-2002 WESTON HOSPITAL ATTEMPTING TO EXPAND - Stonewall Jackson Faces Major Players
11-05-2002 MORRIS FACING 30 YEARS, MILLION DOLLAR FINE - Education Official Faces February Sentencing
11-05-2002 CRESTON NEWS
11-05-2002 HALF OF CALHOUN HIGH'S STUDENTS SAY THEY SMOKE - Report Says Many Began Before Age Ten
11-05-2002 MOLD PROBLEM COULD COME TO AN END - Playground Will Be Decided Soon
11-05-2002 WATER COMPANY SALE SLOWED DOWN - Attorney General's Office Raises Questions
11-05-2002 CALHOUN ELECTION RESULTS - General Election 2002
11-05-2002 SUNDAY HUNTING SOUNDLY DEFEATED - Six Counties Join 35 Defeating Measure
11-05-2002 STATE SCHOOL OFFICIALS UNDER FIRE FOR MONEY PROBLEMS - Morris Stole From Student Loan Fund
11-04-2002 WV WATER UTILITIES WILL BE SOLD TO GERMAN COMPANY - PSC Approves Sale
11-04-2002 THE HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARDS - Making The Community Better
11-04-2002 FORMER GOVERNOR MOORE SPEAKS AT GOP RALLY - Wirt Residents Hear Moore's War Survival Story
11-04-2002 SUNDOWN BEFORE SHOWDOWN - Getting The Last Licks
11-04-2002 TWO GIRLS CATAPULTED WHEN 4-WHEELER CRASHES - Victims Taken To Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
11-04-2002 DODDRIDGE FIRST GRADER DIES - Struck By School Bus
11-04-2002 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA - Meeting Today 7 P.M.
11-03-2002 CALHOUN DIVORCES GRANTED - October, 2002
11-03-2002 FARMIN' FROM TIMES PAST - A Photo Flashback
11-03-2002 HUBERT KERBY SELLING HIS FARM - Old Hur Property On The Block, Backwoods Land A Beautiful Site
11-03-2002 ANOTHER STATE SCHOOL OFFICIAL HAS RESIGNED - Flood Furniture Deal Leads To Investigation
11-02-2002 MHHCC PRESENTS CHECK TO DELEGATE STEMPLE - HOSPAC Candidate Contribution
11-02-2002 WIRT CABIN BURNED - Arson May Be Cause
11-02-2002 CIVIL WAR PRESENTERS AT OCTOBERFEST - Pleasant Hill School
11-01-2002 KIDNEY TRANSPLANT IS A BLESSING - Calhoun Woman Helps Sister-In-Law
11-01-2002 CALHOUN MARRIAGES - October, 2001
11-01-2002 PARSON'S ONE STOP ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION - New Indoor Archery Range Opening, Stop By Saturday
11-01-2002 STATE SCHOOL OFFICIALS UNDER PROBE - Flood Furniture Cost Upped Four Times?
10-31-2002 SANDSTONE QUARRY PERMIT NOT A GO - Ruling Against WACO Upheld
10-31-2002 GUNSHOT KILLS ROANE MAN - Spencer Newspapers Report On Drug Problems
10-31-2002 HIGH-TECH JOBS COMING TO WOOD COUNTY - DuPont Cutting 650 Jobs, None In WV
10-31-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - From Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
10-30-2002 "AMENDMENT 1" NOT A TAX MEASURE - Polls Say West Virginians Undecided, Would Help Community Projects
10-30-2002 COURTHOUSE FLAGS STOLEN - A Halloween Incident
10-29-2002 CRESTON NEWS
10-29-2002 WIRT COUNTY NEWS - Physician Leaving, Sunday Hunting And Commission Race
10-29-2002 WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOL ENROLLMENT DROPS - Pattern Continues In Most Counties
10-29-2002 LOCAL SCHOOL CONTROL IS THING OF THE PAST - Multi-County School Consolidation Is Coming
10-29-2002 ROANE MAN JUDD REID WAS MURDER VICTIM - Gunshot Wound To Head, Burial Today At West Virginia National Cemetery
10-28-2002 GLASS FACTORY TO CLOSE TEMPORARILY - 150 Lewis County Workers Without Jobs
10-28-2002 ROANE MURDER VICTIM WILL HAVE FUNERAL - Officials Yet To Confirm Identity, Clay County Drug Problems Swirling
10-27-2002 DEMOCRACY COMES AT A HIGH PRICE - Elections Sold To Big Money, Even In One Of Nation's Poorest Districts
10-27-2002 THE GREAT PUMPKIN PATCH - Pleasant Hill Students "Field Trip"
10-27-2002 CLAY MYSTERY CORPSE FROM ROANE COUNTY - Drug Related Problems Reaching Boiling Point
10-26-2002 CCCOA'S PENNSYLVANIA HISTORY TOUR WAS A TREAT - Co-Sponsered By Lights On!
10-26-2002 MYSTERIOUS CORPSE REMAINS UNIDENTIFIED - Death May Be Connected To Clay Drug Dealing, FBI And State Police Tight-Lipped
10-26-2002 HAUNTED TRAIL PROVIDES "REAL" HEADLESS HORSEMAN - Creatures From The Park Lagoon, Last Performance Tonight
10-25-2002 LEGISLATION TAKING CONTROL FROM RESA BOARDS - Hundreds Of Schools Will Flunk Says Sen. Jackson, State Has Highest Per Pupil Expenditure
10-25-2002 NEW RIVER WHITEWATER ADVENTURE - Down The Mighty Rapids
10-24-2002 RUSS LYNCH'S SONG ON INDIE CHART - A Voice That Captures Listeners
10-23-2002 FBI MUM ON IDENTITY OF BODY - Remains Found Near Clay
10-23-2002 THE HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARDS - Making The Community Better
10-23-2002 BRAXTON POLICE IDENTIFY SUSPECT IN BANK ROBBERY - Security Photos Used
10-23-2002 CRESTON NEWS
10-23-2002 FBI SWAT TEAM RAIDS ROANE RESIDENCE - Two Men Arrested On Drug Charges
10-23-2002 BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING MINUTES - October 21 Meeting
10-23-2002 MINNORA CENTER WILL BE RE-ORGANIZED - Jordan Complains About Financial Records
10-23-2002 RAVENSWOOD PLANT LOST $7.8 MILLION IN THREE MONTHS - No Plans To Cut 660 Jobs
10-22-2002 KENNETH V. STARCHER COMPLETES BASIC TRAINING - Member 1092nd Engineers
10-22-2002 WEST NILE VIRUS IN VIRTUALLY EVERY COUNTY - Cold Weather Will End Problem This Year
10-20-2002 WV COLLEGE TUITION GOING UP - Needy Students Will Take Hit
10-20-2002 CONGRESSMAN MOLLOHAN PRESENTS $200,000 GRANT - Seeks Support For Candidate Humphreys
10-20-2002 IT WAS A ROARING HOMECOMING - Red Devils Play-Off Bound
10-20-2002 LEAH HAROLD HOMECOMING QUEEN - 2002 Parade And Coronation Ceremony
10-20-2002 CALHOUN HIGH HOMECOMING SCRAPBOOK - 2002 Coronation Ceremony
10-19-2002 COMMUNITY RESOURCES INC. - AmeriCorps “Project Move” Re-Funded
10-19-2002 SEVEN CASES BEFORE CIRCUIT COURT - Court Scheduled Monday
10-19-2002 AUTO CRASHES IN MT. ZION TURN - Driver Escapes Serious Injury
10-19-2002 RED DEVILS WIN HOMECOMING - Shut-Out No. 6 Against Roane, Regional Scores
10-19-2002 WIRT LEADS IN UNEMPLOYMENT - Calhoun County Is Second Highest
10-18-2002 CALHOUN HIGH ROYALTY FOR HOMECOMING 2002 - Parade Friday At Mt. Zion
10-18-2002 FEALY SAYS PRISON WILL HIRE LOCALS - Offers To Assist Local Applicants
10-18-2002 CALHOUN FACES ROANE IN HOMECOMING GAME - Congressman Mollohan Will Present $200,000 Check
10-18-2002 NATURAL GAS RATES TO BE DECREASED - Mountaineer Gas And WV Power Gas Serving Local Customers
10-18-2002 MANVILLE CLOSES PARKERSBURG PLANT - 100 Jobs Go To Germany And Ohio
10-17-2002 FIVE MINNORA CENTER BOARD MEMBERS RESIGN - Jordan Says Public Meeting Will Be Held
10-17-2002 ATV DEATHS INCREASED TO 21 - WVU Report Indicates Problems
10-17-2002 COLLINS COMMITTED TO SHARPE HOSPITAL - Attorney Angry Over Lost Evidence
10-17-2002 MELISSA MAY RETURNS TO SPENCER - "Scalped" By Spencer Veneers Machine
10-17-2002 NO BODY FOUND IN SPENCER - Seabolt Still Missing
10-16-2002 GILMER CREATING WATERSHED COALITION - Region Welcome To Attend Meeting
10-16-2002 STATE BOARD WILL APPOINT NEW PRESIDENT - J. D. Morris Resigned After Allegations
10-16-2002 FIFTY MARIJUANA PLANTS CONFISCATED - Sheriff Says Investigation Continuing
10-16-2002 OHIO MEN ARRESTED FOR POACHING - Illegal Kills In Roane
10-15-2002 CRESTON NEWS
10-15-2002 "PROMISE" COULD OFFER TECH SCHOLARSHIPS - Would Require $800,000 In Funding
10-15-2002 ATV LEGISLATION ON FRONT BURNER AGAIN - West Virginia Leads Nation In Fatalities
10-14-2002 METZ SAYS TAXIDERMY IS ART - Brings 20 Year Experience To Sunny Cal
10-14-2002 LIBRARY IS SHINING LIGHT FOR 35 YEARS - "The Diary Of The Human Race"
10-13-2002 TRUCKS COLLIDE AT HIGH RISK CURVE - Drivers Not Hospitalized
10-13-2002 DELEGATE STEMPLE NOT ENDORSED BY LABOR - House And Senate Leadership Bypassed
10-13-2002 DEMOCRATIC HEADQUARTERS OPENS IN GRANTSVILLE - "The Party Of The People" Says Evans
10-13-2002 MORRIS AT "MERCY OF THE COURT" - New State Board President Will Be Appointed
10-13-2002 HARRISVILLE MAN DISCOVERED IN HUGHES RIVER - Vehicle Lands On Top
10-12-2002 COLUMBIA NATURAL RESOURCES ON THE BLOCK - 247 WV NiSource Jobs At State
10-12-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
10-11-2002 BRAXTON BANK ROBBED - Police Searching For Suspect
10-11-2002 GILMER PRISON GETS THE KEYS - Tempers Flare Over Sewage Access
10-11-2002 AMENDMENT ONE WILL NOT RAISE TAXES - Could Help Communities Create Jobs
10-11-2002 CLAY BANKER-STATE SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT - Feds Say He Stole $172,000, Builds Ovapa "Mansion"
10-10-2002 CALHOUN DIVORCES RECORDED - September 2002
10-10-2002 CHS BAND GOES TO FOREST FESTIVAL - Bonar Places Second In Contest
10-10-2002 BOARD OF EDUCATION OCT. 7 MEETING - Minutes Released
10-09-2002 YOUTH SOUGHT FOR NEW WORK PROGRAM - Kids Will Be Paid For Their Efforts
10-09-2002 DEWARD OFFUTT RECOGNIZED FOR LONGTIME SERVICE - Commission Conducts
10-09-2002 ALUMINUM PLANT PLANS 200 LAYOFFS - Jackson Plant Employs Over 1000
10-09-2002 "BEAR" COMES HOME - A Second Chance At Life
10-08-2002 MAN INJURED IN RITCHIE CO. ACCIDENT - Car Collides With Tractor-Trailer
10-08-2002 U.S. SENATE CANDIDATE WOLFE TO SPEAK - Thursday At Senior Center
10-08-2002 BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH - Wreath And Candle Ceremony
10-08-2002 REGIONAL JAIL BILL IS ZERO DOLLARS! - Landmark Night At Calhoun Commission, Audit "Good Report" In Black
10-07-2002 COMMISSION LISTS AGENDA ITEMS - Meeting 5 PM Today
10-07-2002 CRESTON NEWS
10-07-2002 OCTOBERFEST WELCOMES AUTUMN - Fundraiser Helps Community Park
10-07-2002 VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH HAS 10TH ANNIVERSARY - A Day Of Celebration
10-06-2002 FOLKLORE AND FOOD - Writer's Share Samples From Around The World
10-06-2002 DEMS "MEET THE CANDIDATES" DINNER - Stirring Interest In Off-Year Election
10-05-2002 WOODS FIRE WHIPPED BY WIND - Arnoldsburg VFD Responds
10-04-2002 KRACK WILL FIDDLE FOR BALLET - "Ballet Meets Bluegrass" At Marietta
10-04-2002 CHA-TIS HAS B & E - Vehicle Crashes Into Mobile Home
10-04-2002 VOLUNTEERS UPGRADE WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD - Youth Football League
10-04-2002 FARMER SHOCK SAYS IT'S A ZOO - Losing Gardens To Deer
10-03-2002 GOVERNOR ASKED TO PUSH ATV REGULATIONS - Mon County Senator Wants Restrictions
10-03-2002 WOOD COUNTY RESIDENT MAY HAVE DIED FROM WEST NILE VIRUS - WV'S First Human Fatality
10-02-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
10-02-2002 PHYSICIANS CHALLENGED TO IMPROVE - Malpractice Coverage Mandates Attending Meetings
10-01-2002 CRESTON NEWS
10-01-2002 COLLEGE STUDENTS KILLED IN COAL TRUCK ENCOUNTER - Driver Cited By PSC For Overweight
10-01-2002 PHYSICIANS DO NOT CHOOSE RURAL AREAS - Most Still Leave The State
10-01-2002 WHEELING SYMPHONY RETURNS TO CALHOUN - Skilled Musicians Entertain Audience, Giant Fireworks Last Night
09-30-2002 MOLASSES FESTIVAL BIG SUCCESS - A Picture Scrapbook
09-30-2002 THIEVES ENTER MILO CHURCH - 300 T-Shirts Stolen At Molasses Festival
09-29-2002 MOLASSES FESTIVAL HAS BIG CROWD - One Of The Best Parades
09-28-2002 HANDFUL OF AREA RESIDENTS LAND PRISON JOBS - Bledsoe Will Be More Helpful
09-27-2002 PUTNAM MAN LIKELY POSITIVE WITH WEST NILE - Three More Regional Counties Have Positive Birds
09-27-2002 ROANE AIRPORT WILL BE STUDIED - $100,00 Grant Will Decide On Feasibility
09-27-2002 GENERAL ELECTION APPROACHING - Officials Disclose Election Requirements, Local Option Rule For Lee District On Retail Liquor
09-26-2002 POVERTY NUMBERS UP, INCOME DOWN - Stats Worse In Appalachia
09-26-2002 CRESTON NEWS
09-26-2002 ROWDIES AND THIEVES MAR CLAY'S APPLE FESTIVAL - "A Good Time Was Had By All"
09-26-2002 CLAY MAN DEAD FROM GUNSHOT - Police Now Suspecting Homicide
09-26-2002 CAMC TRAUMA STATUS BACK TUESDAY - Officials Considering New Law For ER Doctors
09-26-2002 GASOLINE GOING UP - Crude Jumps To $30.76
09-25-2002 BUNCH RESIDENCE DESTROYED BY ARSON - Fund Established At Calhoun Banks
09-25-2002 CAMC'S TRAUMA STATUS COULD RETURN - Plan Expected To Be Announced
09-24-2002 CALHOUN KNOCKED FROM TOP OF LIST - New Unemployment Model Suggested
09-24-2002 $200,000 GRANT WILL HELP CALHOUN SCHOOLS - Three Projects Will Benefit Mt. Zion Campus
09-23-2002 MHHCC GIFT SHOP PACKED WITH GIFT ITEMS - Calhoun T-Shirt With Village Map Is Favorite
09-23-2002 GRANTSVILLE WILL BAN 4-WHEELERS - Jane Wease Is New Recorder
09-23-2002 TWO ACCIDENTS ALONG WEST FORK - One In Stream, One Almost
09-22-2002 MOUTH OF THE ELK - Searching For State Cars, West Virginia No Longer Owns Their Water?, "Dad Gum Hollywood People Gittin' Smart Agin"
09-21-2002 WRONGFUL DISCHARGE SUIT FILED AGAINST MINNIE HAMILTON HEALTH CARE - Judgment Sought Against Deep Well Drilling Company
09-20-2002 EMERGENCY SERVICES ANSWERS CALLS - 79-Year-Old Hurt On 4-Wheeler
09-20-2002 SPENCER WOMAN MISSING OVER TWO WEEKS - Went Out For Cigarettes
09-20-2002 HERITAGE WEEK CONCLUDES TODAY - Grantsville Senior Center Invites Public
09-20-2002 SPENCER VENEER EMPLOYEE HAS MULTIPLE SURGERIES - Condition Bouncing Between Critical And Serious
09-19-2002 WAL-MART IS STATES BIGGEST PRIVATE EMPLOYER - Government Employs More
09-18-2002 LIONS NAME SIGHT CHAIRMAN - First Fall Meeting
09-18-2002 CHS CLASS OFFICERS SELECTED - Student Council Representatives
09-18-2002 MILLER ARCHERY AT NEW LOCATION - New Additions To Business Inventory
09-18-2002 BOARD OF EDUCATION SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES - September 16 Meeting
09-17-2002 DEAD BIRD BEING EVALUATED FOR WEST NILE - Calhoun Yet To Have Positive Result
09-17-2002 SCHOOL MOLD PROBLEM GETS ATTENTION - Classrooms In Compliance
09-17-2002 DOCTOR IN THE HOUSE? - Wirt Humorist Gives Medical Advice, Redneck Style
09-17-2002 CLASS OF '67 HAS REUNION - Attend Inaugural Game At CHS Field
09-17-2002 CRESTON NEWS
09-16-2002 CELEBRATING WEST VIRGINIA WRITERS - Public Radio Series Commences
09-16-2002 GOLDEN TRAUMA HOUR GONE FOR SOME PATIENTS - CAMC's Trauma Status Could Be Restored
09-16-2002 REMOTE POSSIBILITY - Roane Rural Airfield
09-16-2002 JEFFERSON-JACKSON DINNER DRAWS THE DEMS - Nettles Honored As Democrat Of The Year
09-15-2002 CLAY STUDENTS SUFFERING MENINGITIS - "Non-Contagious Form"
09-15-2002 "THEY WERE SO HUNGRY FOR JOBS" - New Prison A Solution?
09-14-2002 THEFT RING FOILED - Stolen Equipment From Calhoun, Gilmer, Braxton And Lewis
09-14-2002 CLAY AMBULANCE SERVICE HANGING BY THREAD - Private Providers Will Take Over
09-13-2002 "THE BEAR REPORT" - Rapidly Improving After Heart Transplant
09-13-2002 FURR'S ADD NEW UNITS - Calhoun's Wrecking And Towing Service Since 1961
09-12-2002 SCHOOLS AND LOCAL OFFICIALS HAVE MEMORIALS - Day Spent In Reflection Of 9-11
09-12-2002 WOMAN INJURED AT SPENCER PLANT - Melissa May Critical In Lexington Hospital
09-11-2002 McBRIDE WINNER OF FIRST "LONGBEARD SCHOLARSHIP" - Wins Essay Contest
09-11-2002 WEST VIRGINIA SPENDS MILLIONS ON PRIVATE LAWYERS - Phillips Handled 40 State Police Lawsuits And Claims
09-11-2002 LOVE AND MARRIAGE, LOVE AND MARRIAGE - Calhoun Marriages, July & August 2002
09-11-2002 LITTLE KANAWHA WATERSHED WILL GET LITTLE ATTENTION - Problems Must Be Solved By Local Residents
09-11-2002 RICHARDS WILL RESIGN FROM MINNORA CENTER - Jordan Says New Board Will Be Organized
09-11-2002 RITCHIE RIVER NOT RUNNING - Little Kanawha Down To A Dribble
09-11-2002 REGIONAL JAIL BILL REDUCED TO RECORD LOW - Annual Audit Being
09-10-2002 LITTLE KANAWHA RIVER STUDY UNDERWAY - Corps Of Engineers Conducting Public Meetings
09-10-2002 PITTS HONORED AS DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR - WVAPT July Conference
09-10-2002 EMERGENCY WORKERS GIVEN GRATITUDE DINNER - Firemen And EMS Personnel Recognized
09-10-2002 CRESTON NEWS
09-10-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
09-09-2002 THE BITTER END - September 11 Helped Close Spencer Plant
09-09-2002 ONE INDICTMENT BY CALHOUN GRAND JURY - Five Cases Presented
09-09-2002 WRITERS MEET BESIDE STUMPTOWN POND - Hayes-Minney Producing Gilmer Review
09-09-2002 AFTERMATH OF 9-11 - Taking Inventory While War Drums Beat
09-09-2002 WATER SAMPLES INDICATE WATER IS SAFE - Dr. Gilbert Says Officials Have Disregard For Public Health
09-09-2002 CALHOUN COMMISSION MEETS TODAY - Agenda Listed
09-09-2002 WOMAN DEAD AFTER CYCLE ACCIDENT - Katherine Snider Reider Dies In Webster County
09-08-2002 THE OLD HOPE MEN (AND THEIR WIVES) ENJOY DINNER - Annual Event At County Park
09-08-2002 MASSACHUSETTS CYCLIST KILLED SATURDAY - Victim Of Five Forks Turn
09-07-2002 POPCORN BUT NO JOBS - Economic Development?
09-07-2002 WEST VIRGINIA - The Sorrows And The Joys
09-07-2002 RIOTOUS RUCKUS IN HINTON - Former State Cop Trashes Councilman Against Wall, Two Arrested, Some Sent To Hospital
09-07-2002 BABY BAILEY UPDATE - Home And Doing Well
09-06-2002 PLAYGROUND CONTENTIOUS TOPIC - Budget Digest Could Help Fund Project
09-06-2002 CORTNEY COLLINS WILL REPRESENT NJAA - WVU Agriculture Major
09-06-2002 HUMAN INFECTION OF WEST NILE REPORTED IN OHIO - First Case In That State, Second WV Horse Infected
09-06-2002 WARNING: POCKETING STATE'S TREASURES - Can The People Be Roused?
09-06-2002 CLEAN WATER ACT 30TH YEAR - Division Of Water Resources To Host Open House
09-06-2002 MEMORIAL FOR SIBLINGS KILLED IN COAL TRUCK ACCIDENT - Truck Was 91,000 Pounds Overweight
09-06-2002 GRANTSVILLE SCENES - The Last Days Of Summer
09-05-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - Meeting Minutes, September 3, 2002
09-05-2002 THREE NEW COUNTIES POSITIVE BIRDS FOR WEST NILE VIRUS - Precautions Taken With Blood Supply
09-05-2002 TOP TROOPER HAS MINOR ACCIDENT - Report Content "Blacked Out"
09-05-2002 NEBO COUPLE DIES IN I-79 WRECK - 16-Year Old Son Survives
09-05-2002 NORMAN RIDGE RESIDENT GUNSHOT VICTIM - Life-Flighted To Huntington Hospital
09-05-2002 "BEAR" COMES THOUGH HEART TRANSPLANT - Taken Off Ventilator
09-04-2002 ALMOST IN RIVER ACCIDENT - Auto Crashes On Brannon Straight
09-04-2002 CRESTON NEWS
09-04-2002 BOARD DENIES USE OF FIELD TO YOUTH FOOTBALL, AGAIN - Group Presents Petition, Angry At Response
09-04-2002 NEW EATERY AT MILLSTONE - The "Double L" Now Open
09-03-2002 "BEAR" GETTING HIS HEART - Calhoun Man In Surgery Today
09-03-2002 AWANA BEGINS A NEW YEAR - Program Offered To Area Children, Transportation Available
09-02-2002 REFLECTING ON SERVICE TO AMERICA - Third Annual Vet's Dinner Held Saturday
09-01-2002 GILBERT WANTS BOIL WATER ADVISORIES - Claims Grantsville Water Department Not In Compliance
09-01-2002 CHILD SENT TO HOSPITAL AFTER TRUCK ROLL-0VER - Roane Man Reportedly Shot
08-31-2002 URBAN COUNTIES STRUGGLE WITH JAIL BILLS - Alternative Work Program Started in Panhandle Counties
08-31-2002 RITCHIE HIGHLIGHTS - Company Will Hire Five, Water Being Rationed
08-31-2002 ROANE OPEN DUMP IS CLEANED - Sixty Tons Removed
08-31-2002 MUSIC MAKER DORSE SEARS GOES PRO - Hits The Bluegrass Circuit, A Dream Come True
08-30-2002 GAZEBO DEDICATED AT "MINNIE" - Congresswoman Capito "Stumps" Across County
08-29-2002 MOLD PROBLEM SCRUBBED IN CALHOUN MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL - Ventilation And Humidity Caused Problems
08-29-2002 SCAT BASH ON MIDDLE FORK RIVER - Kids Against Tobacco
08-29-2002 WEST NILE DETECTED IN ROANE - Seventeen Counties Have Positive ID, One Case In A Horse
08-29-2002 LOCAL MP COMPANY RETURNING TO STATE - Activated After 9-11
08-28-2002 HUMANE SOCIETY GOAL OF CALHOUN WOMEN - Seeking Public Support To Help Animals
08-28-2002 NETTLES DEMOCRAT OF THE YEAR - Weaver Will Be Party's Vice-Chair
08-28-2002 AUTO PLUNGES INTO WEST FORK - Two Taken To Area Hospitals
08-28-2002 WHERE NOW FOR TRAUMA CARE? - Referrals May Be More Complicated
08-27-2002 CALHOUN MUSIC MAKERS RISE TO TOP, AGAIN - Winning Dozens Of Awards This Year
08-27-2002 FORMER MAGISTRATE JOHNSON PLEADS GUILTY - Prosecutor Says He Used Office As His Bank
08-27-2002 WOMAN CHARGED WITH DUI RESULTING IN DEATH - Friday Night Wreck Kills Grantsville Woman
08-27-2002 REMEMBERING AMANDA - Foodland Manager's Life Cut Short, A Trying Day For Store Employees
08-26-2002 BAND DIRECTOR BEALL SAYS THANKS - Band Boosters And Parents Appreciated
08-26-2002 CRESTON NEWS
08-25-2002 FORMER MAGISTRATE JOHNSON'S CASE ON DOCKET MONDAY - Plea Bargain Arrangement Indicated, New Prosecutor Appointed
08-25-2002 RETAIL LIQUOR STORE PLACED ON FALL BALLOT - Voters In Lee District Will Decide
08-25-2002 MONDAY'S CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET - Judge David Nibert
08-25-2002 OSTERHOUDT BRINGS SUIT OVER WRONGFUL DEATH - March, 2002 Collision
08-25-2002 CAMC'S TRAUMA COVERAGE WORSENS - Downgrade Is To Level III
08-25-2002 MOUNT ZION OX ROAST HAS 43RD YEAR - A Mouth-Watering Event
08-25-2002 GRANTSVILLE WOMAN DEAD ON SCENE - Accident On Barnes Run Saturday Night
08-25-2002 FOODLAND MANAGER DIES IN ACCIDENT - Amanda Rogers, 26, Is Victim
08-24-2002 CHARLESTON HOSPITAL LOSES TRAUMA STATUS - "It Is Frightening" Says Barb Lay
08-23-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - From Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
08-23-2002 A NEVER ENDING NEWS DILEMMA - Gazette Editor James Haught
08-23-2002 GINSENG CROP IS DOWN - Dry Weather A Problem
08-23-2002 WV LOTTERY SHARES PROFITS - Calhoun Gets $26.99
08-23-2002 SPENCER EDITOR PRESS ASSOCIATION PRESIDENT - David Hedges Selected
08-22-2002 GILBERT CONTENDS WATER SYSTEM COMPROMISED - Charges Boil Water Alerts Not Issued
08-22-2002 FOOTBALL FIELD CONFLICT CONTINUES - Youth League Denied Use, School Board Will Be Given Petitions
08-22-2002 RETAIL LIQUOR VOTE MAY BE ON BALLOT - Special Commission Meeting Will Process Issue
08-22-2002 MINNIE HAMILTON HEALTH CARE CENTER - Job Openings
08-21-2002 DEAD BIRD SURVEILLANCE FOR WEST NILE VIRUS - More Positive Birds, No Reports of Actual Disease In State
08-21-2002 MOUTH OF THE ELK - Most Excellent Retirement Deals For State Police, Charter Cable Trouble, Soldiers Moving To Middle East And Student Numbers Go Down
08-20-2002 LILES FINALIST IN PRE-TEEN WV PROGRAM - August 31 To September 2
08-20-2002 SIGN-UP BEGINS OCTOBER 1 FOR DIRECT AND COUNTER-CYCLICAL PAYMENT PROGRAMS
08-19-2002 "BEAR" REMAINS ON LIFE SUPPORT - Cards Appreciated
08-19-2002 SCHOOL HAS MOLD AND MILDEW PROBLEMS - Room By Room Cleaning Being Done
08-19-2002 CRESTON NEWS
08-18-2002 AREA POLITICIANS IGNORE PROJECT VOTE SMART - Records Difficult To Obtain
08-18-2002 WIRT WOMAN INJURED ON HOG KNOB HILL - Extracted By Jaws Of Life
08-17-2002 WVU REACHES RECORD ENROLLMENT - Promise Scholarships Does The Trick
08-17-2002 UNION PROPOSES CONTRACT WITH DOMINION - Protects Core Benefits
08-17-2002 DEAD BIRDS FROM CALHOUN AND REGION BEING STUDIED - No Cases Of West Nile Virus Reported In State
08-17-2002 REGIONAL NEWS HIGHLIGHTS - New Gilmer Hotel, Rural Counties Losers With Development Money And New Wildlife Plate
08-15-2002 HELP NEEDED FOR WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD - Area Will Be Developed, Scheduling System Started
08-14-2002 CHLOE WRECK SENDS WOMAN TO HOSPITAL - Auto Crashes Through Bin And Fence
08-14-2002 DUMP TRUCK CRUNCHES PARKED CAR - Strikes Reed's Store At Five Forks
08-13-2002 GRANTSVILLE DROPS PARKING FINE SUITS - Postalwait Action Dismissed
08-13-2002 CRESTON NEWS
08-12-2002 McBRIDE RECEIVES ICE SCHOLARSHIP - The 1Oth Year For The Award
08-12-2002 FOOTBALL FIELD DENIAL RAISES PARENT'S HACKLES - Youth League Football Circulating Petition
08-11-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE'S REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
08-11-2002 EDUCATED AND SAVVY EXPERIENCING PRISON JOB PROBLEMS - Trying To Understand The Real Deal
08-11-2002 BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL HITS THE TOP - It Was Better Than Ever
08-10-2002 FUGITIVE ARRESTED IN SPENCER - Wanted In Nevada And Florida For Murder And Kidnapping
08-09-2002 Arnoldsburg Summer Academy - 500 books! How Would You Like Your Eggs?
08-09-2002 WESTFALL AND SON RACING - Put Finishing Touches On Car
08-08-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER ACADEMY - The Pittsburgh Zoo
08-08-2002 UPSIDE OF GILMER COUNTY PRISON - Charleston Daily Mail
08-08-2002 PACKAGING COMPANY WILL CREATE 130 JOBS - York Photo Leaving Parkersburg, 200 Jobs Lost
08-07-2002 GILMER COUNTY CRI HAS OPENING - AmeriCorps Service Opportunity
08-07-2002 SPENCER WOMAN APPOINTED TO DEP POSITION - Jessica Greathouse Will Be Communications Chief
08-07-2002 MASSEY CEO BLANKENSHIP IN HOT WATER - Class Action Suit Claims Insider Trading, Failed To Follow Environmental, Labor And Securities Laws
08-07-2002 WEST NILE VIRUS IN THREE MORE COUNTIES - Disease Spreading Across Country
08-07-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - Meeting Minutes Monday, August 5, 2002
08-06-2002 BACK TO SCHOOL, SCHOOL - Helping Drop-Outs Come Back
08-06-2002 SCHOOL BOARD GIVES OLD ATHLETIC FIELD TO COUNTY - Tetrick New Principal, Playground Location Reconsidered
08-06-2002 YELLOW CREEK-BACK FORK PROJECT NEEDS APPLICANTS - Cunningham Says Situation Is Critical
08-06-2002 BRAXTON STATE POLICE IN EYE OF STORM - Officer Angry Over Gazette Article
08-06-2002 NARCOTICS STOLEN FROM RITE-AID PHARMACY - Thieves Jimmied Side Door
08-06-2002 MAN LIFE-FLIGHTED FROM EARLY MORNING ACCIDENT - Auto Rolled Over Hill On Euclid-Nicut
08-05-2002 SADIE RETURNS HOME AFTER WANDERING COUNTRYSIDE - A Happy Ending
08-05-2002 CRESTON NEWS
08-05-2002 LA PAIX HERB FARM IS FAIR SITE - "Nature Does Nothing Uselessly" - Aristotle
08-04-2002 SC MAN ARRESTED FOR DUI - Two Vehicles Collide At Orma Saturday Night
08-04-2002 REGIONAL NEWS HIGHLIGHTS - Snakeheads, Fairs And More Lay-Offs
08-04-2002 BACK FORK/YELLOW CREEK WATER ON TRACK - Commission Processes Large Agenda
08-03-2002 CALHOUN DIVORCES - Filed In Circuit Clerk's Office - July 2002
08-03-2002 CHILD SURVIVES BEING STRUCK BY AUTO - Girl Kept For Overnight Observation
08-03-2002 WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD WILL BE RECREATIONAL AREA - Calhoun Commission Submitting Deed To School Board
08-02-2002 DEPUTY BALLENGEE CHARGES JUVENILES WITH DESTRUCTION - Athletic Fields Damaged, Charged With Grand Larceny Of Autos
08-02-2002 FIRE MARSHAL INVESTIGATING WALKER BLAZE - Fire Could Be Of Suspicious Origin
08-02-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE'S REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
08-02-2002 EMERGENCY SERVICES SITE SELECTED - Equalizes EMS Services In County, Issue Discussed For Months
08-02-2002 CHILD STRUCK BY CAR AT MOUNT ZION - Taken To Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
08-01-2002 DR. GILBERT LOSES CONFIDENCE IN PUBLIC WATER - Sanitarian Is Unaware Of Any Problems
08-01-2002 COMMISSION HAS LENGTHY AGENDA TODAY - Old Football Field, 911 Addressing, Emergency Services Building
08-01-2002 SUSPICIOUS FIRE DESTROYS WALKER ROAD DWELLING - Authorities Are Investigating
07-31-2002 CALHOUN'S POPULATION CHART - Decline By The Decades
07-31-2002 MAGISTRATE'S CASE SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 26 - Plea Of Information Will Be Heard
07-31-2002 WEST NILE VIRUS IN WEST VIRGINIA - Spread To 34 States
07-31-2002 NOT ONE HAPPY FAMILY IN BRAXTON - State Police Woes
07-31-2002 KRIS WARNER NEW REPUBLICAN CHAIRMAN - Will Lead State's Party
07-31-2002 CRESTON NEWS
07-27-2002 MAGISTRATE JOHNSON'S CASE POSTPONED - Will Be Rescheduled
07-27-2002 CHARLES FORK SEARCH ENDS FRIDAY MORNING - Ordeal Caused By Darkness And Sick Dog
07-27-2002 TOM GAINER RETURNS HOME - Condition Improved
07-27-2002 REGIONAL NEWS BRIEFS - New Plant, Biting Beavers And Whooping Cough
07-26-2002 $650,000 GRANTS EXPANDING SERVICES AT MINNIE HAMILTON - Dental Care Will Be Provided
07-26-2002 A "FILL UP" AT BAKER'S MART - Got Gas?
07-26-2002 SPENCER FIREMEN LEAD ALL-NIGHT SEARCH - One Or More "Lost" At Charles Fork Lake
07-25-2002 MOSQUITO BORNE WEST NILE VIRUS IN WEST VIRGINIA - "A Cause For Concern," Can Be Deadly To Humans
07-25-2002 DOH WEIGHT ENFORCERS WILL CARRY WEAPONS - Agency Has Experienced Problems After Dark
07-25-2002 TOM GAINER OUT OF ICU - Cards And Prayers Requested
07-25-2002 NEW $350 CASH SCHOLARSHIP FOR 2002 GRADS - LK Longbeards Essay Contest
07-24-2002 RICHARDS BOND REVOKED - Placed In Regional Jail, Ohio Officials Complained About Bonding
07-24-2002 WACO DENIED QUARRY PERMIT - Would Hurt Tourist Area And Trout Stream
07-24-2002 MASSEY DUMPS COAL WASTE IN MINGO - 21st Century Coal Problems
07-24-2002 SEARCH ENDS FOR DISTRAUGHT MAN - Charges Filed Against Gerald R. Ball
07-24-2002 RABIES VACCINE WILL BE DROPPED AGAIN - Prevent Spread Of Rabies
07-24-2002 MEAD-WESTVACO ELIMINATING 2500 JOBS - Not Because Politicians Didn't Help Them
07-24-2002 FORMER CALHOUNER INJURED IN BERKLEY SPRINGS - Some Help Needed
07-23-2002 PAVILION BUILT FOR BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL - Fireworks Will Be Upgraded, Festival Starts August 8
07-23-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER ACADEMY - Volunteer Of The Week And 500 Books
07-22-2002 WANT A JOB AT GILMER'S NEW FEDERAL PRISON? - Hunker, Persevere And Don't Count On It
07-22-2002 CRESTON NEWS
07-22-2002 FIDDLER McCUMBERS RELEASING CD - A True Folk Musician
07-22-2002 TEACHER JARVIS PARTICIPATES IN WRITING PROGRAM - Kids Write On Responsibility
07-22-2002 SEARCH ON FOR MISSING DRIVER - Vehicle Discovered In Bull River-White Pine Area
07-21-2002 REGIONAL NEWS HIGHLIGHTS - Missing Bench, Rustlers And Serious Stuff
07-21-2002 A LONG TIME COMIN' - U.S. 33 Bypass Over Scott Miller Hill
07-21-2002 SPENCER CENTENARIAN RECOGNIZED IN TV CONTEST - Virgil Daugherty Could Be "Hunky Husband" On Live With Regis And Kelly
07-21-2002 MASSEY MOVING OPERATIONS TO KENTUCKY - Massey Dam Collapses As Legislators Leave Charleston, Shades Of Buffalo Creek
07-20-2002 LOCAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY GETS $60,000 - Wirt-Calhoun Project Seeking Job Opportunities
07-20-2002 FORGERY PROBLEMS FLARE IN REGION - Stolen Checks Used To Access Cash
07-20-2002 REGIONAL HEADSTART RECEIVES $1.4 MILLION GRANT - 579 Children Served
07-20-2002 ROANE MAN CAUGHT AGAIN IN LINCOLN COUNTY - Operated Meth Lab In Roane
07-20-2002 INCREASED COAL WEIGHTS WOULD NOT AFFECT LOGGERS - Enforcement Procedures Could Change
07-20-2002 TOM GAINER OUT OF SURGERY - Family Requests Prayers
07-19-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER ACADEMY - Good Health And Exercise
07-19-2002 OVERWEIGHT TRUCK BILL BARELY DEFEATED - Stemple Votes With Coal Interests
07-19-2002 FIRE VICTIMS NEED A LITTLE HELP - McCune Family Loses Everything
07-18-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER ACADEMY - No TV For 24 Hours, Reading Cafe
07-18-2002 McCUNE RESIDENCE DESTROYED BY FIRE - Family Loses Everything At Orma
07-18-2002 DIFFICULT TIMES - Health Problems Plague Calhoun Families
07-17-2002 MAYOR KNIGHT ADDRESSES PARKING FINES - Collection Through Circuit Court Next Step
07-17-2002 GRANTSVILLE PARKING FINES CAUSE OF SUIT - Postalwait Claims Constitutional Violation
07-17-2002 FORMER GRANTSVILLE POLICEMAN CHARGED - Basnett Released On Bond
07-17-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
07-17-2002 AMERICAN WATER BEING SOLD TO GERMAN CONCERN - Few Express Concerns About Sale
07-17-2002 FAMILY HEALTH INSURANCE WILL AVERAGE $16,000 BY 2007 - Cost Shifting System Will Collapse
07-17-2002 SUN, RAIN AND RIVER BRING OUT THE BEST - Calhoun-Gilmer Writer's Retreat Held
07-17-2002 RAVENSWOOD ALUMINUM MAY HAVE LAYOFFS - Increased Health Costs Blamed
07-16-2002 CALHOUN MARRIAGES - June 2002
07-16-2002 REGIONAL JAIL BILL WILL RECEIVE PAYMENT - Synthetic Fuel Money Nets $24,635
07-16-2002 GLENVILLE STATE WILL NOT CLOSE - GSC Supporters Fear "Devious Agenda"
07-16-2002 GRANTSVILLE CRACKS DOWN ON PARKING FINES - Single $1 Tickets Results In $37 Charge
07-16-2002 MOTHER-DAUGHTER KILLED IN OHIO ACCIDENT - Funeral Services Slated For Wednesday
07-15-2002 BELCHER AND THOMPSON ELECTED - Silver Haired Legislature, 2002-2003
07-15-2002 CRESTON NEWS
07-15-2002 WIRT PEDESTRIAN DIES AFTER BEING STRUCK - No Charges Have Been Filed
07-14-2002 RETAIL LIQUOR STORE COULD BE ON BALLOT - Only Lee District Would Be Wet
07-13-2002 REGIONAL NEWS HIGHLIGHTS - More Goodrich Employees Gone, Reedy Woman Sentenced, Gilmer Schools Face Cuts
07-12-2002 STOLEN CAR EPISODE ENDS IN JUVENILE ARRESTS - Damage Extensive At High School Athletic Fields, Sheriff's Department Non-Stop
07-11-2002 McKENZIE BANKRUPTCY HITS REGIONAL COUNTIES - Company Claims $356,000 In Liabilities
07-11-2002 REPUBLICANS RAISE $250 FOR LIBRARY - Yoak Has Winning Ticket
07-11-2002 JARVIS ATTENDING SUMMER PROGRAM - "Technology In The Mountains"
07-10-2002 BANDY RESIGNS AS DEPUTY SHERIFF - Applicants Needed For Replacement
07-10-2002 MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Robinson and Postalwait
07-10-2002 SURROGATE PARENTING - Representatives In Educational Decisions
07-10-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER ACADEMY - A Wet Success!
07-09-2002 CALHOUN DIVORCES - Filed In Circuit Clerk's Office - June 2002
07-09-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER ACADEMY - Volunteer of the Week
07-09-2002 CALHOUN'S E-911 COMPANY FILES BANKRUPTCY - McKenzie Engineering Had Problems In Several Counties
07-09-2002 ALLEGHENY TO CUT EMPLOYEES - Cutback Expected To Affect State's 2,538 Workers
07-08-2002 350-400 PRISON JOBS WILL BE HIRED - Job And Business Seminar Tuesday In Glenville
07-06-2002 CALHOUN MAN INJURED NEAR SPENCER - Two Vehicle Collision On Bower's HIll
07-05-2002 ROCK STEADY PROVIDES HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT - Just Like Old Times
07-05-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SUMMER AND KINDER ACADEMIES - Off And Flying
07-05-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION - Meeting Minutes Monday, July 1, 2002
07-05-2002 4-H NATIVE AMERICAN THEMES STILL UNDER FIRE - It Ain't Over
07-05-2002 HOLIDAY INCIDENTS REQUIRE EMERGENCY SERVICES - Logging Accident And Heat Exhaustion
07-04-2002 OIL ROCK COUNTRY - New Elizabeth Area Band
07-04-2002 NEW COPLIN MEMORIAL HEALTH CENTER OPEN - New Location In Elizabeth
07-03-2002 FEW WILL PARTICIPATE IN SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM - Commission Deals With E-911 Mapping And Addressing
07-03-2002 PLAYGROUND SITE SOUGHT AT CALHOUN MIDDLE SCHOOL - Changing Face Of Education Discussed, Principal Graham Resigns
07-03-2002 THIRTEEEN SCHOOLS FLUNK TWO YEARS RUNNING - Changes Coming In Education
07-03-2002 ROANE HEALTH FACILITY HAS FULL-TIME DRUG FINDER - McEndree Says 300% Increase
07-03-2002 BUDGET DIGEST GRANTS ANNOUNCED - County Projects Funded
07-02-2002 $27 MILLION "THUNDER RIDGE" RACETRACK AT FLATWOODS - Could Employ 400
07-02-2002 "GOOB" ALMOST 100% RECOVERED - One Year Ago Today
07-02-2002 JIM BELL'S PATRIOTIC LIGHTS - Hillside Has A Message
07-02-2002 FITZWATER RETURNS TO BOARD PRESIDENCY - Don Harris New B of E Member
07-02-2002 BOARD MAY GIVE ADDITIONAL PROPERTY - Commission Will Dedicate Project To Kids And Families
07-02-2002 EMERGENCY CENTER STILL ON BOARD - Options Being Processed
07-02-2002 CRESTON NEWS
07-01-2002 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA - Meeting Tonight 7 P.M.
06-30-2002 TURKEY HARVEST DOWN IN 2002 - Kill Off 25%
06-30-2002 E-911 ADDRESSING, OLD FOOTBALL FIELD, EMERGENCY SERVICES BUILDING - Monday's Commission Agenda
06-29-2002 RAPE CHARGES BROUGHT IN ROANE - Incident Involves Underage Drinking Party
06-29-2002 CALHOUN EDGED FROM FIRST PLACE - Ten Counties Have Double Digit Unemployment
06-29-2002 GILMER ALCOHOL ESTABLISHMENTS GET STUNG - Underage Selling Causes Citations
06-28-2002 TRUCK PANEL RECOMMENDS 120,000 LIMIT FOR COAL HAULERS - Other Haulers Will Retain Old Limits
06-28-2002 SPENCER MAN ARRESTED IN CALHOUN FOR SEX ASSAULT - Held In Regional Jail
06-27-2002 BUCKS ARE COMING FOR NEEDED PROJECTS - Budget Digest Will Be Approved Today
06-27-2002 THERE GOES "UNDER GOD"? - Pledge Of Allegiance Under Attack
06-27-2002 U M COOPERATIVE PARISH AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS - Jarvis, Swisher And Davis Recipients
06-27-2002 DEEP WELL DREAMS - Resting In The Stars
06-26-2002 ENRON CLAUS COMES TO CALHOUN - Ho, Ho, Ho "Trust Me"
06-26-2002 COUNTY LINE DISPUTE OVER SCHOOL BUSING - High Court Could Decide
06-26-2002 TWICE TOLD TALES - From The Hur Herald Archives
06-25-2002 CALHOUN PROJECTS - Governor's Partnership Grants
06-25-2002 THE CRESTON NEWS
06-25-2002 LIGHTS ON! SUMMER EVENING CLASSES - To Be Offered At Career Center
06-24-2002 AMERICAN LEGION BASEBALL TEAM FORMED - Will Compete In Tournament
06-24-2002 CAT FIGHT FLARES IN SUTTON - Birds Flying Upside Down?
06-24-2002 CALHOUN MUSIC MEN RATED NUMBER ONE - Parsons And McCumbers At West Virginia Folk Festival
06-24-2002 BEAR FORK HUNTING CLUB NEWS - Monthly Minutes Posted
06-23-2002 COMPLAINT AGAINST TROOPER HAMMACK NOT SUSTAINED - "Uncovered No Chargeable Actions"
06-23-2002 MAGISTRATE COURT REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
06-23-2002 EARLY 20TH CENTURY MURAL IN MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE - Shari Johnson
06-21-2002 ROANE SCHOOL HAS ATTENDANCE AND DROP-OUT PROBLEMS - Calhoun System May Be Placed On Probation
06-21-2002 FIRE THREATENS MOBILE HOME - GVFD Answer Phillips Run Call
06-21-2002 MOUNTAIN HERITAGE RISES TO THE TOP - First Annual West Virginia Golden Horseshoe Reunion
06-20-2002 MUD FORK MAN SHOT IN HEAD - Shooting Follows Dispute
06-20-2002 GOLDEN HORSESHOE REUNION TODAY - Justice Starcher And Author O'Brien Will Speak
06-20-2002 GOODRICH IN FINAL DAYS - Facility Will Completely Close In September
06-20-2002 STAND BACK - Overweight Coal Trucks Comin' Down The Mountain
06-19-2002 53RD FOLK FESTIVAL STARTS THURSDAY - Culture Shaped By The Mountain
06-19-2002 ELLA ELLIOTT IS CALHOUN BELLE - Folk Festival Starts Tomorrow
06-19-2002 VICTORY BAPTIST HAVING TENT REVIVAL - Grantsville Bible College Recognizes Students
06-19-2002 BOOGER HOLE BANDIT RUNNING STRONG - Now 22nd In Points
06-18-2002 FIFTH ANNUAL GOSPEL SING - Dozens Of Groups Perform
06-18-2002 WVDOT PAYS $70,000 FOR TURNING LANES - Nester Property Will Be Used For Widening
06-18-2002 COMMISSION MOVING AHEAD ON EMERGENCY CENTER - Commissioners Researching Plans
06-18-2002 UNDERWOOD FIELD WOULD BECOME RECREATIONAL AREA - Commission Accepts School Board's Gift
06-18-2002 CALHOUN TAXPAYERS WILL NOT PAY FOR AUDIT - Supreme Court Relieves Magistrate Audit
06-18-2002 BEVER RESIDENCE ESCAPES FIRE - Nearby Garage Total Loss
06-18-2002 THE CRESTON NEWS
06-17-2002 SITE CHOICES NARROWED FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES BUILDING - Commission Will Review Options, Wayne Underwood Field On Agenda
06-17-2002 VANCE REMEMBERED AS GENTLE MAN - Bikes Lowered, Spirits Turned At Appalachian Classic
06-17-2002 BIKE CLASSIC DRAWS PARTICIPANTS FROM REGION - Rain Stopped In Early Morning
06-16-2002 CASE PROCESSED IN CIRCUIT COURT - Hall Sent To Penitentiary
06-16-2002 TWO-CAR ACCIDENT SENDS 16-YEAR-OLD TO HOSPITAL - Wreck At Arnoldsburg Near Speedy Mart
06-16-2002 CLASSIC BIKE RACE STARTS AT NOON - Vance Memorial Service At 11:20
06-15-2002 MAJOR CHANGES IN SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM - Numbers May Decline As Program Improves
06-15-2002 BRAXTON RESIDENTS INDICTED - Named On State Police's "Target List" For No Breaks
06-15-2002 MOUTH OF THE ELK - Jobs Going South, Acts Of God And The Morals Of An Alley Cat
06-15-2002 APPALACHIAN CLASSIC WILL HOLD VANCE MEMORIAL - Afghan Victim Participated In Local Race
06-15-2002 FIRE DESTROYS CLAY BUILDINGS - Flames Leap 100 Feet
06-15-2002 FIRE IN DOWNTOWN HUR - Bronco Completely Destroyed
06-14-2002 CALHOUN ROAD PAVING UNDERWAY - Roads May Be Closed
06-14-2002 WHEEL FLIES FROM LOG TRUCK - Wrecks On West Fork Near Minnora
06-14-2002 FIRE STRIKES DOWNTOWN CLAY - Four Businesses Destroyed
06-13-2002 STATE POLICE'S LEGAL HEAD WANTED CASES DROPPED - Flew Chopper To Charles Town To Make The Point
06-13-2002 APPALACHIAN CLASSIC'S SATURDAY CONCERT - A Rockin' Evening Under The Stars
06-12-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY SCHOOLS RECOGNIZE EMPLOYEES - Retirees Honored, May 2002
06-12-2002 JARVIS NAMED TEACHER OF THE YEAR - Sixth Grade English At Calhoun Middle School
06-12-2002 FLYING HIGH AT SPEEDY MART - Up, Up And Away
06-12-2002 WIRT WATER PROJECT MOVING UP ROUTE 5 - Service Coming To Rural Areas
06-11-2002 MU ALPHA THETA & NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY - New CHS Inductees
06-11-2002 THE CRESTON NEWS
06-11-2002 CHURCH OFFERS HAMILTON PROPERTY TO COUNTY - Proposed Site For New 911, EMS and OES Center
06-11-2002 DAVISVILLE WOMAN RECOVERED FROM HUGHES - Tried To Rescue 8-Year-Old Child
06-11-2002 SIX CASES HEARD IN CIRCUIT COURT - Judge David Nibert Presiding
06-11-2002 HATS OFF TO WOOD FESTIVAL FOLKS! - It Was A Really Good Year
06-11-2002 FORTY YEARS OF QUEEN FLORAS - Remember Them?
06-10-2002 NICK KERBY REBOUNDING - Attends Wood Festival
06-10-2002 PARISH PRESENTS SCHOLARSHIP - Kristina Jarvis Will Attend Fairmont State
06-10-2002 CALHOUN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES - May, 2002
06-10-2002 WHYTSELL SETTLES WITH STATE POLICE - MagLite Case Ends After Two And One-Half Years
06-10-2002 WOOD FESTIVAL SCRAPBOOK - 40th Annual Event
06-10-2002 HIGHLIGHTS OF THE GRAND PARADE - 40th Annual Wood Festival
06-10-2002 WOMAN'S BODY PULLED FROM HUGHES RIVER - Drowned In Effort To Save Her Child
06-09-2002 ROANE FARMER INJURED BY BULL - Lakin Ryan Air-Lifted To CAMC
06-09-2002 TROOPER'S CONDUCT UNDER INVESTIGATION - Special Prosecutor Will Bring Case
06-09-2002 PERSON MISSING AT CISCO - Night Search Continuing In Hughes River Area
06-09-2002 UNKNOWN FIRE STRIKES AMES TRUE TEMPER - Damage Heavy To Plant One
06-08-2002 A SUNNY DAY PARADE - Mike Ritchie 40th Wood Festival Marshal
06-07-2002 RITCHIE CON ARTIST IN $25 MILLION SCAM - Plea Arrangement Excludes Families Money Laundering
06-07-2002 MORE "LAST STOPLIGHTS" REMOVED IN WEST VIRGINIA - Lincoln Joins The Club
06-07-2002 STATE POLICEMEN RECEIVE SUSPENSIONS - A Trooper Shoots Legislator's Family Dog
06-07-2002 QUEEN REIGNS IN THE RAIN - Entertainment Canceled During Downpour
06-06-2002 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION CLASSES CLOSED FOR SUMMER - Will Resume In Fall
06-06-2002 FESTIVAL WEATHER WILL BECOME KINDER - 40th Event Starts Tonight
06-06-2002 SPENCER CHILD'S DEATH RULED HOMICIDE - Mother Released On $50,000 Bond
06-06-2002 ANNOUNCING A NEW WALKING TRAIL - The Grantsville Trail
06-06-2002 BOARD OF EDUCATION - Minutes June 3, 2002 Meeting
06-05-2002 LIBRARY LEVY HAS NEW LIFE - School Board Will Issue Initiative
06-05-2002 UNDERWOOD FIELD WILL BE RECREATIONAL AREA - Board Decides Calhoun Commission Will Be Owner
06-05-2002 WOOD CHOPPING CHAMP RETURNS TO FESTIVAL - Arden Cogar Will Give Demonstrations
06-05-2002 CALHOUN COULD GET NEW EMERGENCY CENTER - Commission Concerned About Non-Budgeted Bills
06-05-2002 CRESTON NEWS
06-05-2002 WOOD FESTIVAL KICK-OFF THURSDAY - The 40th Event
06-05-2002 SPENCER WOMAN REPORTEDLY CHARGED IN INFANTS DEATH - Deceased Is Six-Week-Old Shea Ferguson
06-04-2002 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL LIGHTS ON PROGRAMS - Careers To Cooking
06-04-2002 CAPITO STANDS FIRM AGAINST FAST TRACK - Regional Jobs Leaving Area
06-04-2002 FOUR-WHEELER VICTIM IN FAIR CONDITION - Swisher Youth Comes Through Surgery
06-04-2002 STATIC ELECTRICITY IGNITES GAS LINE - No External Damage
06-03-2002 WOOD FESTIVAL WEEK IS HERE - Firemen Erecting Booths, Carnival Landing
06-03-2002 THREE-DAY BLUE GRASS FESTIVAL ENDS - "We Had Good Attendance"
06-03-2002 SARAH JANE LYNCH IS QUEEN FLORA XL - Tia Satterfield, Heather Weaver Runners-up
06-03-2002 SWISHER YOUTH INJURED IN FOUR-WHEELER CRASH - Undergoing Surgery In Charleston Area Medical Center
06-02-2002 COURT STRIKES DOWN INTERNET FILTERS - Ruled Ineffective, Ban Appropriate Material
06-02-2002 DISPOSITION OF WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD - Board Agenda For June 3
06-02-2002 GRADUATION 2002 HAS OMINOUS MESSAGE - A Forgotten Threat Of Nuclear War
06-01-2002 QUEEN FLORA CANDIDATES COMPETE TONIGHT - Winner Reigns Over Wood Festival
06-01-2002 CHS GRADUATES RECEIVE $993,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS - 102 Receive Diplomas
05-31-2002 THE ELEPHANT IS LOOSE - Challenges In Education, Picken's School Is Fresh Air
05-31-2002 A NIGHT OF HONORS - The Students Are The Stars
05-31-2002 CHS 78TH COMMENCEMENT EXCERCISES - 102 Will Graduate Tonight
05-31-2002 VALEDICTORIANS AND SALUTATORIANS WILL DELIVER COMMENCEMENT ADDRESSES - CHS Will Be Jam-Packed
05-30-2002 ABSENT STUDENTS COULD MEAN ADDED INSTRUCTIONAL DAYS - Legislature Serious About 180 Days In Classroom
05-30-2002 GRANTSVILLE'S TOUCH OF BLUEGRASS - Free Evening Entertainment
05-30-2002 CHILDREN'S SERVICES CUT TO RURAL COUNTIES - Family Preservation Program At Risk
05-30-2002 CALHOUN SCHOOLS WILL BE PLACED ON PROBATION - Arnoldsburg School Falls Below SAT-9 Standard
05-30-2002 ACADEMIC AWARDS PROGRAM TONIGHT - Calhoun High's 78th Commencement Friday Evening
05-30-2002 McCLAIN INDICTED FOR INVOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER - Jason Mace Shot On
05-29-2002 BRAXTON STATE POLICE SERGEANT RECEIVED SUSPENSION - Agency Announces Transfers
05-29-2002 HONOR GRADUATES AND SPECIAL TEACHERS RECOGNIZED - Third Annual CHS Honor Graduates Banquet
05-29-2002 THE KARATE KIDS - A Lights On! Program
05-28-2002 CLAY COUNTY HAS WINNERS AND LOSERS - Economic Development Woes, Clay County Bank Problems
05-28-2002 CRESTON NEWS
05-28-2002 NEW MAGISTRATE COURT AUDIT COSTS CALHOUN $27,000 - Discrepancies Discovered In Johnson's Office, Mandates Cost County Major Bucks
05-27-2002 HEADS CONTINUE TO ROLL AT STATE POLICE LAB - Lab Head Resigns Following Last Weeks Firing
05-27-2002 DRIVER EXTRACTED WITH "JAWS" - Vehicle Plunges Over Steep Hill Near LK
05-26-2002 FIRINGS CONTINUE AT STATE POLICE LAB - FBI And U. S. Attorney Investigating, Calls For Independent Lab And Civilian Review Board
05-26-2002 MAGISTRATES COURT REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
05-26-2002 KRACK AND JONES WIN TOP AWARDS - Vandalia Gathering 2002
05-25-2002 HONORING THE WAR DEAD - Harvey McFee Accepts The Duty
05-25-2002 ROANE COUNTY MAN TO SERVE JAIL TIME - Negligent Homicide Charge
05-25-2002 FOIBLES OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT - Clay Groups Squabble
05-24-2002 CLAY COUNTY HAS ROUGH WEEK - Schools, Banks And Foreclosures
05-24-2002 LIBRARY WILL GET RAPID ACCESS COMPUTER - West Virginia Library Commission Grant
05-24-2002 GRANTSVILLE'S POOL OPENS NEXT WEEK - Shaped Up For Grand Opening
05-24-2002 MHHCC CELEBRATES NATIONAL EMS WEEK - Crew, Employees And Guests Enjoy Barbecue Thursday
05-24-2002 KEEPING MEMORIES - Memorial Service At MHHCC
05-23-2002 CHS SENIORS RECEIVE MOLLOHAN SCHOLARSHIP - Albaugh, Jarvis, Harold And McKown
05-23-2002 CALHOUN'S RELAY FOR LIFE RAISES $22,625 - The Fight Against Cancer
05-23-2002 SPECIAL PROSECUTOR INVESTIGATING STATE TROOPER - Allegations Trooper Doug Starcher Committed Perjury
05-23-2002 BANK, TAXPAYERS LEFT ON THE HOOK - More Than $500,000 Poured Into Failed Filter-Making Company
05-22-2002 CLAY BANK'S RATINGS DOWNGRADED - May Have Overextended Loans
05-22-2002 LIONS HELP WITH HONORS BANQUET - Wood Festival Discussed
05-21-2002 LIBRARY FACING FINANCIAL CRUNCH - Levy Failed Last Week, Appreciation Expressed For Voter Support
05-21-2002 WEST VIRGINIA SCHOOLS WILL BE REFORMED - President's Plan Starts This Fall, Assistant Super Pam Cain Discusses Changes
05-21-2002 STRIPPERS AND FOUR-WHEELERS RESTRICTED IN ROANE - Commission Looking At "Zoning" Exotic Entertainment
05-21-2002 KERBY YOUTH IN REHAB - Continues To Improve After January Accident
05-21-2002 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL NEWS - Turtle Racing And Reading Aloud
05-20-2002 THE FOLLIES 2002 - A Photo Album
05-20-2002 CRESTON NEWS
05-20-2002 FOLLIES BRINGS IN THE CROWD - An Exciting Entertainment Celebration
05-20-2002 COLLEGE TUTITION COSTS RAISE EYEBROWS - Uniform Grading Problem Surfaces
05-20-2002 MAJOR FORECLOSURES HIT CLAY - Filicon Manufacturing Appears To Be History
05-19-2002 FIBROMYALGIA SUPPORT GROUP - Monthly At Mt. Zion Church
05-19-2002 VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH BLOOD DRIVE - Donors Receive Pins
05-19-2002 SPIRITED RELAY FOR LIFE GOES ON - A Tribute To Cancer Survivors And Victims
05-19-2002 SPENCER MAYOR DID ANONYMOUS MAILING - Roane Political Battle
05-19-2002 FOLLIES BIG ENTERTAINMENT HIT - Today Is Last Performance At 2 PM
05-18-2002 CIGARETTE SMOKING BAN WILL BE BROADENED - Smoking Will Be Eliminated In Restaurants
05-18-2002 COMMISSION CANVASSES PRIMARY ELECTION - Little Difference In Vote Count
05-18-2002 LEARN TO QUILT - Saturday Lights On Class
05-17-2002 HARRY BEALL HAS COME FULL CIRCLE - It Now Rests In The Soul Stirring Of Participants
05-17-2002 SPEEDY MART ARMED ROBBER INDICTED - Grand Jury Returns Four Other Indictments
05-17-2002 CALHOUN CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET - Judge Thomas Evans III
05-17-2002 TRUCK STRIKES TREE HEAD-ON - Occupants Being Airlifted From Roane-Kanawha Line
05-16-2002 NATALIE WHITE WINS ALBERT YANNI SCHOLARSHIP - Among Many Honors And Awards
05-16-2002 SUNDAY HUNTING LOSES IN ALL 35 COUNTIES - More Counties Will Vote On Issue
05-15-2002 PLEASANT HILL OFFERS LIGHTS ON CLASS - Water Aerobics Begins June 11
05-15-2002 WIRT JERKED FROM THE JAWS OF DEATH - Three Year Levy Passes
05-15-2002 TWO INCUMBENTS RETURN TO SCHOOL BOARD - Harris Elected To Post
05-15-2002 SUNDAY HUNTING GOES DOWN - So Does Library Levy, Roane Defeats Sunday Hunting And School Levy
05-15-2002 REPUBLICAN COMMISSIONER BARR NOMINATED - Lyle Kerby Will Face Bill Stemple This Fall
05-15-2002 SAMPSON GETS NOD IN COMMISSION RACE - Several Democrats Unopposed
05-14-2002 JAKE KRACK FIDDLES WITH THE FAMOUS - "Steals Chicago Show"
05-14-2002 BRIAN WAGONER REBOUNDING - Family Recovering After March Tragedy
05-14-2002 CALHOUN WOMAN LOSES MALPRACTICE CASE - Jury Rules In Favor Of Roane General
05-14-2002 TROOPER HAMMACK MISREPRESENTED DOCUMENT - FOIA Response Says It Did Not Exist
05-14-2002 DEMS MAKE ILLEGAL MAILING IN ROANE - Slate Endorses Selected Democratic Committee Candidates
05-13-2002 BIM STICKS HIS NECK OUT, BUT NOT MUCH - Candidates Talk With Each Other At Bean Dinner
05-13-2002 "A LOAF OF BREAD AND A GALLON OF MILK" - County Library Needs Help
05-13-2002 SUNDAY HUNTING ON 35 COUNTY BALLOTS - Residents Divided On Issue
05-13-2002 ROAD PROJECTS SLATED FOR CALHOUN - WVDOT Paving Announcement
05-13-2002 COMMISSION RACE MAY BE CLOSE - Gilbert Not Satisfied With Investment, Several Changes In Voting Process
05-12-2002 REGIONAL BUS ROADEO HELD YESTERDAY - Skills Tested Around Obstacle Course
05-11-2002 ROANE-JACKSON TECH SCHOOL WINNERS - State HOSA Competition
05-11-2002 MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR RESERVE CENTER AXED? - Big Bend Facility May Be Closing
05-11-2002 MOTHERS AND DAUGHTERS SHARE ANNUAL TEA - Event Sponsored By Calhoun County Committee On Aging
05-11-2002 CAR STRIKES HILLSIDE SOUTH OF ARNOLDSBURG - Driver Was Uninjured
05-10-2002 BELL HOUSE BURNS TO GROUND - "We Have Lost Everything" On Leading Creek
05-10-2002 NATIONALLY ACCLAIMED STUDENT SUCCESS PROGRAM - Students And Parents Can Attend Wednesday
05-10-2002 FORMER TEACHER ARRESTED FOR THEFT BY DECEPTION - Donald Underwood Charged In Marietta, Ohio
05-10-2002 AMES TRUE TEMPER JOBS OFF TO CHINA - Union Rep Says Jobs Are Going Abroad
05-10-2002 ENDLOADER TUMBLES - Spills Fluids Near West Fork
05-10-2002 JUDGE HADEN STINGS BUSH VALLEY-FILL PROPOSAL - Mountaintop Removal Violates Clean Streams Act
05-09-2002 CHS HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - Fifth Grading Period
05-09-2002 TWENTY CALHOUN STUDENTS GET PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS - "Fulfill Your Dreams At Home"
05-09-2002 CMS TEACHERS RECEIVE TITLE I GRANT - Family Involvement From Education Alliance
05-09-2002 SCHOOL BOARD MINUTES - May 6, 2002 Meeting
05-09-2002 BURNING SPRINGS PARK GETS NEW GRANT - $96,000 Will Be Used For Development
05-09-2002 McCUMBERS DIES AFTER TRUCK STRIKES HILLSIDE - Wife Has Little Injury
05-08-2002 NEW EMERGENCY SERVICES COMPLEX DISCUSSED - 911 Addressing Issues Aired
05-08-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
05-08-2002 SUMMER YOUTH PROGRAM COULD HAVE CUTS - Commission Un-Sticks Budget Digest Funds, Request For Transfer Of Old Football Field
05-07-2002 STATE POLICE HAVE BANNED HUR HERALD SAYS TROOPER - Trooper Hammack Says Charleston Gave Directive
05-07-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY DIVORCES - April, 2002
05-06-2002 CRESTON NEWS
05-06-2002 AREA SCOUTS HAVE MOVING UP CEREMONY - Annual Event And Awards
05-06-2002 SPENCER VENEER FACES POSSIBLE FINES BY OSHA $123,000 - Described "A Significant Case"
05-06-2002 SCHOOL BOARD CONSIDERS PLEASANT HILL IMPROVEMENTS - Meeting Tonight At 7
05-06-2002 PUBLIC HEARING FOR NEW 911-EMS-OES CENTER - Commission Will Consider 911 Addressing Issues, Old Football Field, Budget Digest Money Issues
05-05-2002 TWO SEPARATE ACCIDENTS WITHIN MINUTES - Several Taken To Hospital
05-05-2002 STATE POLICE DENY PHOTOGRAPHY OF ACCIDENT SCENE - A Violation Of Constitutional Rights
05-04-2002 WEAVER DEMOCRAT OF THE YEAR - Jefferson-Jackson Dinner
05-04-2002 AMES TRUE TEMPER CLOSES PARKERSBURG PLANT - The Word Came Today, 180 To Loose Jobs
05-04-2002 APPALACHIAN CLASSIC - Mountain Bike Race Plans And Meetings Underway
05-04-2002 FARRELL HOUSE HAS ELECTRICAL FIRE - Quick Action Saves The Day
05-03-2002 SIGNUP FOR APPLE GROWER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM - Help In Offsetting Losses
05-03-2002 HOUGH WILL INVESTIGATE TROOPER STARCHER - Allegations He Committed Perjury In Circuit Court
05-03-2002 SPENCER BARBER LONGFELLOW IN CRITICAL CONDITION - Rammed By 1600 Pound Bull
05-03-2002 MC KOWN REMAINS IN COMA AFTER FOUR-WHEELER ACCIDENT - CAMC Says Condition Serious
05-03-2002 COMMISSION CANDIDATE PLEDGES SALARY - Candidates Comment On Gilbert's Philanthropy
05-03-2002 WESTBROOK HEALTH CLOSES CALHOUN OFFICE - Agency Suffering Financial Problems
05-03-2002 WIRT PLANT GETS $6.5 MIL CONTRACT - Will Strenghten Local Jobs
05-02-2002 EDUCATION DEPARTMENT LIFTS BLOCK ON HERALD - Maintain Porn Filter Is Doing Its Job
05-02-2002 RUSH JAILED FOR BATTERY ON DNR OFFICERS - Found Guilty For Obstructing
05-01-2002 $18 MILLION PAID OUT IN STATE POLICE CASES SINCE 1987 - Freedom Of Information Revelations
05-01-2002 NOMINEES NEEDED FOR SILVER HAIRED LEGISLATURE - Seniors Over 60 Can File Petition
05-01-2002 BULL GORES SPENCER BARBER - Henry Longfellow Injured While Feeding Cattle
05-01-2002 AIRMAN THOMAS KILLED IN NORTH DAKOTA - Soldier Dies In Accident Sunday
04-30-2002 GRANTSVILLE FIREMEN NEED NEW PUMPER - 1970 Vintage Models Wearing Thin
04-30-2002 BRAXTON LAWSUIT WILL BE FILED AGAINST STATE POLICE - Trooper Staley No Longer An Officer
04-30-2002 VIRUS STRIKES CALHOUN SCHOOL COMPUTERS - Sending Infected E-Mails, System Is Shut Down
04-30-2002 HUR HERALD BANNED ON EDUCATION NET - State Department Says Filter Program Declares It Porn
04-29-2002 CRESTON NEWS
04-29-2002 CHILDREN'S MEMORIAL FLAG HOISTED IN CALHOUN - In Memory Of Children Lost To Violence
04-29-2002 OLD FOOTBALL FIELD REALLY IS CLOSED - Bleachers Being Moved To Mt. Zion Complex
04-29-2002 TRIPPETT HIRED AS POOL MANAGER - Lifeguard, First Aid And CPR Courses Offered
04-28-2002 YOUTH INJURED AT COUNTY PARK - Driver Flees Walnut Wreck
04-28-2002 GOOD RAMPS WITH GOOD FOOD - Minnora Center Has Ramp Dinner
04-27-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - From Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
04-27-2002 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS OFFER SECOND CHANCES - Gov. Wise Will Be In Calhoun May 8
04-27-2002 LIONS SUPPORT LIBRARY LEVY - Makes Contribution To Relay For Life
04-27-2002 ST. JOSEPH AND CAMC WILL PROVIDE OPEN-HEART SURGERY - $21 Million Expansion Will Provide Space
04-27-2002 BUSH WANTS TO LEGALIZE VALLEY FILLS - Fridges, Sinks And Junk Cars Thrown In Deal
04-26-2002 GAP WIDENS BETWEEN WEALTHY, MIDDLE CLASS AND THE POOR - West Virginia "Sixth Worst" In Nation
04-26-2002 ROANE MAN RECOVERING FROM GUNSHOT WOUND - Mental Health Evaluation Ordered
04-26-2002 CALHOUN LEADS STATE UNEMPLOYMENT - Roane Follows With Number Two Spot
04-26-2002 WIRT RESIDENTS MAY NOT SEE POSITIVE THINGS - Blame Game May Defeat Levy
04-26-2002 DOMINION RATIFIES CONTRACT - Affects 600 WV Workers
04-26-2002 BATTLE FOR HEARTS GOES ON - Opponents Become Friends In Parkersburg-Charleston
04-25-2002 ENTRIES NEEDED FOR WOOD FESTIVAL AUTO SHOW - Sunday Show Expected To Draw Crowd
04-24-2002 NEW EMERGENCY SERVICES BUILDING PROPOSED - Locations To Be Discussed At Public Meeting
04-24-2002 COMMISSION DESIGNATES LEAD ECONOMIC AGENCY - Grant Could Help Pleasant Hill PSD Financial Distress, Counties Budget Balanced
04-23-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
04-23-2002 BIG BEND ARMY RESERVE CENTER MAY CLOSE - Officials Have Yet To Confirm
04-23-2002 DOMINION DROPS $600 MILLION UPSHUR PLANT - Other Investors Sought
04-23-2002 OPERATION PROM DRESS HELPS CLAY STUDENTS - Dresses Distributed Yesterday In School Gym
04-23-2002 HONEY PROCESSING FUNDED AT WESTON MARKET - Operation Will Serve Region
04-23-2002 EARLY MORNING FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME - Two Fire Departments Respond To Crooked Run
04-23-2002 UPPER WEST FORK RAMP DINNER NETS $3000 - Bluegrass Festival Slated For August
04-23-2002 CRESTON NEWS
04-22-2002 PROBLEMS MOUNT FOR JACKSON GENERAL HOSPITAL - Tennessee Chain May Purchase Facility
04-22-2002 CALHOUN WOMEN MAKE THEIR DREAM YOUR DREAM - Calhoun High Grads Help Create Affordable Housing
04-22-2002 YOUTH RAISES $50,000 FOR WILLOW ISLAND MEMORIAL - Lauer Lost Nine Family Members In Tragedy
04-21-2002 A HOOT 'N' HOLLER WOMANLESS PAGEANT - "Girls" Just Wanna Have Fun, Memorable Photo Experience
04-20-2002 FROM BLACKSMOKE TO BACKLASH - 30 Years of Environmental Concerns
04-20-2002 CURVY CURTTINA IS NEW "MISS QUEENIE WEENIE 2002" - CM/HS Packed For Woman-less Pageant
04-20-2002 A HAPPY HOMECOMING FOR ROSIE - Owner Reclaims Pet
04-20-2002 DRY CONDITIONS PROMPT BRUSH FIRES - Firemen Become Overheated, Answer Three Calls
04-20-2002 BOARD OF EDUCATION - Minutes From April 16, 2002 Meeting
04-19-2002 CALHOUN KIDS HAVE HEALTH INSURANCE PROBLEMS - CHIP Program Has Helped
04-19-2002 McKOWN REMAINS CRITICAL IN CHARLESTON HOSPITAL - Injured Monday On ATV
04-19-2002 NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE LODGED AGAINST SHAFFER - Linked To Death Of Big Bend Man
04-19-2002 STEVENS SCHOOL GETS WINDOWS - One-Room School Restoration Moving Ahead, Society Will Make Decisions On Stump Hotel
04-19-2002 ALLIGATOR WRESTLERS AND FAMOUS ROCK STARS PERFORM - A Night Of "Pure Hypnosis"
04-19-2002 ELEGANT MANSION EXPANDING SERVICES - McIntosh Mansion Available For Overnighters, Reunions, Special Events
04-19-2002 SUPREME COURT WILL HEAR WELFARE CASES - McDowell Families Want Benefits Restored
04-19-2002 SPENCER'S LINDA CHAPMAN WALKS TO WASHINGTON - Black Lung Widows Must Re-Do Claim When Husbands Die
04-18-2002 "NO EXCUSE" ABSENTEE VOTING STARTS APRIL 29 - Extended Hours To Register, Polling Places Announced
04-18-2002 BOSOM BUDDIES SPONSOR DUNKING BOOTH - Friday, April 19
04-18-2002 LIONS CLUB ELECTS NEW OFFICERS - Continue Collecting Old Glasses
04-18-2002 WIRT MEETING ADDRESSES CHOICES TO SAVE THE COUNTY - No Miracle In Sight, Voters Will Decide May 14
04-18-2002 SCHOOL BOARD'S BUDGET EXCEEDS $10 MILLION - Sixth Grade Student Expelled For Pot
04-18-2002 JUDGE EVANS ORDERS KNICELY TO JAIL - Makes Ruling In Anderson Case
04-17-2002 MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES MARCH 2002 - Recorded By The County Clerk
04-17-2002 SCHOOL BOARD DISPOSING PROPERTY - Old Football Field Could Be Given Away Or Sold
04-16-2002 STATE POLICE VOTE TO UNIONIZE - Opportunity To Allow Troopers To Lobby
04-16-2002 WIRT COUNTY REACHING SHOWDOWN - Public Meeting Tonight At 7
04-15-2002 CALHOUN STUDENTS TO BE KNIGHTED - Weaver And Gerwig Win Golden Horseshoes
04-15-2002 STATE LIBRARIAN AGAINST COMPUTER FILTER LAW - Waggoner Says It Won't Work
04-15-2002 CRESTON NEWS
04-15-2002 ATV CRITICALLY INJURES ARNOLDSBURG MAN - Accident Monday Evening On Euclid-Nicut Road
04-14-2002 SPENCER COUNCIL WILL PROCESS PROPERTY ISSUES - Spencer State Hospital Holdings
04-14-2002 LIGHTS ON! HIGHLIGHTS
04-13-2002 LEGAL HEMP COMING TO WEST VIRGINIA - Federal Hurdles Must Be Overcome
04-13-2002 JUDGE EVANS HOLDING COURT MONDAY - Docket Announced
04-13-2002 EMERGENCY SERVICES BUSY FRIDAY NIGHT - Annamoriah Fire,Walker Road Accident, Youth Down Along White Pine Road
04-13-2002 GRANTSVILLE DAIRY BAR RE-OPENS - P & L Diner Offers Ice Cream, Snacks, Sandwiches And Dinners
04-13-2002 DAVIS DWELLING SPARED FROM OUTBUILDING FIRE - House Was Scorched
04-12-2002 MAGISTRATE JOHNSON YET TO BE CHARGED -Prosecutor Schulenberg Cannot Comment, Seven Months Have Lapsed
04-12-2002 FIRE DESTROYS CLAY LUMBER COMPANY - Pierson Lumber Major Clay Employer
04-12-2002 FORAKER CHARGED WITH NEGLIGENT HOMICIDE - No Charges Yet In Two Calhoun Fatalities
04-12-2002 ARNOLD TO STAND TRIAL IN ANIMAL CRUELTY CASE - Attorney Asks For Another Hearing
04-12-2002 WOMEN TEACHERS IN 1915 COULD NOT MARRY OR DATE - No Loitering, Riding In Cars, Smoking Or Wearing Bright Colors
04-11-2002 EMILY THOMAS WINNER - Young Writers Contest
04-11-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
04-11-2002 MEDIA SAYS NECROTIZING FASCIITIS NOT CONTAGIOUS - Dr. Haddy Says No Recommendations For Contact Risk
04-10-2002 LONG-TIME ELIZABETH MAYOR RE-ELECTED - Lewis Full Has Another Two-Year Term
04-10-2002 NEW OFFICERS FOR CHS STUDENT COUNCIL - Year 2002-2003
04-10-2002 WIRT'S HEALTH CENTER TARGETS JUNE OPENING - Coplin Memorial Community Health Center Of Elizabeth
04-10-2002 WVU BAN ON 4-H RITUALS ON HOLD - Year Long Study Will Be Made
04-10-2002 CLAY MEN DEAD OF MURDER-SUICIDE - Braley Shot Through Window
04-09-2002 LIGHTS ON! HIGHLIGHTS
04-09-2002 COUNTY PROPOSES "TAKING OVER" OLD ATHLETIC FIELD - Budget Revisions Made, County Budget Tight
04-09-2002 OFFICIALS DECLINE TO CONFIRM "FLESH EATING" DIAGNOSIS - Calhoun Woman In Pittsburgh Center
04-09-2002 4-H SUIT ON HOLD OVER AMERICAN INDIAN RITUALS - WVU Trying To Resolve Problem Over "Irreversible Decision"
04-09-2002 RECOGNIZING SYMPTOMS OF NECROTIZING FASCIITIS - Prevention Suggestions Given
04-09-2002 TRAGIC EVENT FOR A CALHOUN WOMAN - Getting Public Health Information, A Strange Experience
04-08-2002 CRESTON NEWS
04-08-2002 CALHOUN WOMAN SAID TO HAVE FLESH-EATING DISEASE - Condition Guarded, Health Workers Say Contagious Risk Is Low
04-08-2002 WOOD COUNTY YOUTH DIES IN HEAD-ON COLLISION - Dirt Bike And Truck Collide In Ritchie County
04-07-2002 BUSY EMERGENCY SERVICES DAY - Calls Answered Around The County
04-06-2002 WVU EXTENSION SERVICE FACES LAWSUIT OVER 4-H CHANGES - Alumni Outraged, Native Americans May Not Support Dropping Rituals
04-06-2002 SUPREME COURT WILL NOT HEAR SUNDAY HUNTING PETITION - Issue On Ballot In 35 Counties
04-05-2002 FARRELL RECOVERING FROM DRILLING ACCIDENT - Released From CAMC
04-05-2002 TROOPER STARCHER CASE AT STANDSTILL? - Special Prosecutor Yet To Be Appointed
04-05-2002 SHOOTING ON PAYNE RIDGE - Gunshot Wounds To Chest, Scheduled To Appear In Court
04-04-2002 LIGHTS ON! PROGRAM EVALUATED - "Team Was Very Impressed"
04-04-2002 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS IGNORE CRITERIA - Four Calhoun Students May Be Affected
04-04-2002 ROANE HAS MULTIPLE DUI ARRESTS - Steele Sent To Prision After Fifth Offense
04-03-2002 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL'S LIGHTS ON! - Announces Adult Classes
04-03-2002 OVERWEIGHT LOGGING TRUCK SAFETY HAZARD - Cited Yesterday At Creston
04-03-2002 THEY'RE ONE SMOOTH BUNCH - "Choral Reflections" Rehearses For Follies
04-02-2002 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL HAS EASTER ACTIVITIES - Egg Drops And Easter Bonnets
04-02-2002 FIREMEN RESPOND TO CALLS - Braxton-Chloe Road And Rt. 16
04-02-2002 CRESTON NEWS
04-02-2002 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS DENIED BECAUSE OF INAPPROPRIATE FORM - 300 Lose Scholarships
04-02-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
04-02-2002 GOVERNOR WISE SIGNING HUNTING AND FISHING LAWS - Telescopic Sights On Muzzleloaders
04-02-2002 WEST VIRGINIA VETS GET $22,000 TAX BREAK - Few Will Pay State Income Tax
04-02-2002 CHARGES YET TO BE FILED IN TRAFFIC DEATHS - Family Members Upset Over Comments
04-02-2002 CALHOUN MEN INJURED IN DRILLING ACCIDENT - Farrell Receives Head Injury From Falling Pipe
04-01-2002 LIGHTS ON! HIGHLIGHTS - Classes, Training And Congratulations
04-01-2002 WELFARE CUT-OFFS CHALLENGED - Supreme Court Studying Matter
04-01-2002 LIBRARY SEEKING SUPPORT FOR "BARE BONES" LEVY - Tax Increases Are Minimal
04-01-2002 KNIGHT SAYS TOWN UNDER STRONG MAYOR PLAN - March 4, 2002 Meeting Items
04-01-2002 APPALACHIAN BIKE CLASSIC IN FULL SWING - Volunteers Needed For Clean-Up
04-01-2002 CALHOUN BAND HITS THE TOP - Rated "1" At Regional Band Festival
04-01-2002 NEWTON WOMAN KILLED IN DUI WRECK - Spencer Woman Injured, Driver Extracted From Burning Car
03-31-2002 GILMER WARDEN SURPRISED OVER LACK OF APPLICATIONS - Federal Prison Now Hiring
03-31-2002 4-H RITUAL CHANGES ARE FINAL - Cote Admits Decision May Have Been Hasty
03-31-2002 BRIAN WAGONER IMPROVING - Shaffer Youth Discharged From CAMC
03-31-2002 "MAD" DASH FOR THE PRIZE EGGS - Oshoway's 8th Annual Egg Hunt
03-30-2002 EDDIE EAGLE VISITS PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL - Students learn Gun Safety
03-30-2002 PLEASANT HILL LIGHTS ON! - Attorney Howley Speaks, Cooking Class Make Easter Cookies
03-30-2002 ARNOLDSBURG “LIGHTS ON!” - Definitely Not Fast Food
03-30-2002 HALL WILL BE FURTHER EVALUATED - Judge Nibert Deals With Other Cases
03-29-2002 CRASH CAUSES HEAVY DAMAGE - Driver Cited For Failure To Maintain Control
03-29-2002 BREAKING AND ENTERING CASE SOLVED - McKown Arrested For B & E, Others Face Charges
03-29-2002 DOMINION WORKERS UNHAPPY OVER CONTRACT - Union Says Benefits Are At Stake
03-29-2002 PRAYER PATH TO EASTER CONTINUES TODAY - Knott's UM Church - A Special Experience
03-29-2002 AMES TRUE TEMPER REDUCING 80 WORKERS - Affects Regional Counties
03-28-2002 BOMB THREAT CALLER BEING TRACKED - Roane School's Tightening System
03-28-2002 ARNOLD SENTENCED IN ANIMAL CRUELTY - Competency Hearing Set For Kathy Arnold
03-27-2002 PLEASANT HILL LIGHTS ON! - Projects, Professions And Popcorn
03-27-2002 CLAY WOMAN ARRESTED FOR CHARLESTON MURDER - Stabs Blind Woman, Accused Of Selling Baby
03-27-2002 $3.2 MILLION FOR WEATHERIZATION PROGRAM - Low-Income Homes Will Qualify
03-27-2002 WEST VIRGINIA 4-H CHANGES "INDIAN" RITUALS - Is It "Political Correctness Run Amuck?"
03-26-2002 LA TIMES REPORTS "INDIAN" RITUALS DROPPED BY WEST VIRGINIA 4-H - Roane County's Kate Burbank Quoted
03-26-2002 ARNOLDSBURG "LIGHTS ON!" - Children’s Choir Performs At CM/HS
03-26-2002 CRESTON NEWS
03-26-2002 THIRTEEN COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEMS SHARE $5 MILLION - Clay And Roane Receive Funding
03-26-2002 WAGONER YOUTH REMAINS CRITICAL - Update On Other Victims, Charges Are Pending
03-25-2002 MONEY SHAKES WEST VIRGINIA MOVERS - Poor State Gets Lots Of Money Thrown Around
03-25-2002 WAGONER KILLED IN BIG BEND COLLISION - Others Life-Flighted To Charleston
03-25-2002 BRIAN WAGONER LISTED AS "CRITICAL" - Melvin Shaffer "Fair Condition," Funeral Pending For Rodney Wagoner
03-24-2002 "INDIAN" CUSTOMS REMOVED FROM 4-H CAMPS - Rituals Politically Incorrect For Native Americans
03-24-2002 SURVEY WORKER INJURED IN FOUR WHEELER ACCIDENT - Life Flighted From Arnoldsburg Saturday
03-24-2002 RITCHIE PLANT COMES BACK TO LIFE - 120 Jobs May Be Recovered
03-23-2002 CAR CRASHES INTO ANNAMORIAH BUILDING - Avoids Head-On Collision
03-22-2002 BOMB THREAT AT ROANE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL - Students Evacuated From Building
03-22-2002 CASES SCHEDULED IN CIRCUIT COURT - Judge David W. Nibert
03-22-2002 BALANCING BUDGET FOR CALHOUN - "A Challenging Task"
03-22-2002 LIONS CLUB WILL SPONSOR AWARDS BANQUET - Other Projects On The Board
03-22-2002 CREST JUST ABOVE FLOOD STAGE - Damage Estimates Minimal To Property
03-21-2002 STATE BOARD APPROVES GRANTSVILLE BIBLE INSTITUTE AS COLLEGE - Training Men And Women To Share The Gospel
03-20-2002 TWO NEWSPAPER CARRIERS SHOT IN RITCHIE - Appears Murder-Suicide
03-20-2002 PARTS STORE DAMAGED IN ARNOLDSBURG - Slide Causes Gaping Hole
03-20-2002 FLOOD WATER CLOSES HIGHWAYS - Southern Calhoun Hardest Hit, U. S. 119 And Alvord Section Flooded In Roane
03-19-2002 VANDALS DESTROY WORK ON PRACTICE FIELD - Arnoldsburg School "Trespassing" Was Not Wrongdoing
03-19-2002 WVU PARENTS GROUP MEETS - Susan Hardesty Speaks At Grantsville
03-19-2002 CRESTON NEWS
03-19-2002 GASSAWAY MAN REMAINS "SERIOUS" AFTER SUNDAY CRASH - Services Pending For Calhoun Woman
03-18-2002 CALHOUN WOMAN DIES IN HEAD-ON COLLISION - Three Others Hospitalized In US 33-119 Accident
03-17-2002 BEREA COLLEGE STUDENTS - Caught By The Camera Visiting Sunny Cal
03-16-2002 TRUCK STOLEN NEAR GRANTSVILLE - Recovered In Raleigh County
03-16-2002 CALHOUN STUDENTS RECEIVE MOLLOHAN SCHOLARSHIPS - All Eligible For Other Benefits
03-15-2002 BIRTHDAY BANDITS STRIKE DEPUTY'S CAR - Anonymous Decor Provided For Occasion
03-15-2002 FAMILIES NEED HELP - Victims Of Two Fires This Week
03-15-2002 CUB SCOUTS HELP COMMUNITY - Work Day At Pleasant Hill School
03-15-2002 COMMUNITIES OF EXCELLENCE CHALLENGES CITIZENS - Tobacco Is America's No. 1 Health Problem
03-15-2002 MORE VANDALS AND THIEVES AT WHITE PINE - Truck Damaged, Items Stolen
03-14-2002 ALBERT SELMON CATCHES RARE FISH - Eight Pound Albino Catfish
03-14-2002 CAREER CENTER LUNCHTIME LEARNERS - Have Tote Bag Project
03-14-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - From Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
03-13-2002 SMOLDERING FIRE DAMAGES MT. ZION RESIDENCE - Heavy Damage To Frank And Jeannie Smith House
03-13-2002 WINNER OF T-SHIRT CONTEST ANNOUNCED - Dennison's Logo Selected
03-13-2002 CIVIL SUITS FILED IN CIRCUIT CLERK'S OFFICE - Circuit Court Of Calhoun County
03-13-2002 HOLCOMB ARRESTED FOR VFW THEFT - Currently Held In Regional Jail
03-13-2002 BIM'S POLITICAL PROGNOSTICATION RETURNS - Winners And Losers In May Primary
03-12-2002 NO DRUGS FOUND AT LOCAL SCHOOL - K9 Search At Calhoun Middle/High School
03-12-2002 CRESTON NEWS
03-12-2002 LIGHTS ON! HIGHLIGHTS - RESA V Visits
03-11-2002 POLLUTION RESTRICTIONS COULD AFFECT "FARMER'S STREAMS" - Time Extended For Protesting Rules
03-10-2002 FAMILY LOSES EVERYTHING IN GRANTSVILLE FIRE - Mobile Home Burns On Hathaway Street
03-08-2002 LOG TRUCK AND AUTO COLLIDE ON RT. 16 - Drivers Escape Serious Injury
03-08-2002 VANDALS AND THIEVES STRIKE ARNOLDSBURG VFD - Police Are Investigating
03-07-2002 WIRT COUNTY FACES THE GRAND FINALE - Legislature Denies Vote To Allow Them To Help Themselves
03-07-2002 GILMER-CALHOUN PHONE CHANGES RAISE QUESTIONS - Consumer Beware Of Plans And Charges
03-07-2002 CONTAMINATION RESULTS WILL BE RELEASED - DuPont Under Gun For "Teflon" Levels In Water
03-06-2002 RECYCLING CENTER MOVING TO NEW QUARTERS - Restoration Station Acquires Cabot Station Property
03-06-2002 BOOGER HOLE BANDIT HEADED FOR RACES - Local Enthusiasts Develop Racer
03-06-2002 CRESTON NEWS
03-05-2002 BUNCH ESCAPED SERIOUS INJURY - "An Extreme Rescue Situation"
03-05-2002 AREA POP MACHINES ENTERED - Rash Of Breakings And Entering
03-05-2002 BOARD DECLINES EARLY KINDERGARTEN ENTRY - RIF's Announced, Board Property May Be Auctioned
03-05-2002 POLL WORKERS MAY GET PAY INCREASE - Budget Meetings Scheduled For March
03-04-2002 CALHOUN-GILMER LOCAL CALLING IS WORKING WELL - However...
03-04-2002 VAN-TRUCK COLLISION SENDS VICTIMS TO HOSPITAL - Leading Creek Accident
03-04-2002 FORMER ROANE MAN FOUND DEAD - Body Discovered Under ATV
03-03-2002 McKOWN RE-ELECTED HUNTING CLUB PRESIDENT - New Board Members Selected
03-03-2002 GRANTSVILLE ESTABLISHMENTS B & E TARGETS - Vandals And Thieves Hit Arnoldsburg Volunteer Fire Department
03-03-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
03-03-2002 LIONS HELP 4-H MEMBERS - Sponsors Student To Boy's State
03-02-2002 BERDINE WITHDRAWS FROM BOARD RACE - School Board Candidates Scarce
03-02-2002 SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS SALARIES ON THE RISE - Simers Quoted School Board Association
03-01-2002 TOLL-FREE ROLLOVER IS A BUST, SO FAR - Gilmer Directory Cost $17-$24
03-01-2002 SCOUTS HAVE BLUE-GOLD BANQUET - Awards Given To Pack #436
03-01-2002 LUDWIG NEW LKADC DIRECTOR - Will Lead Efforts To Bring Jobs To Area
03-01-2002 JUSTICE DEPARTMENT PROBE OF STATE POLICE WILL BE REQUESTED - Faircloth Says Working Within System Has Failed
03-01-2002 FIRE BURNS OVER SEVERAL ACRES - Forest Fire Season Starts Today
02-28-2002 MAN INJURED IN TREACHEROUS PLUNGE - Lowell Bunch Swims From Icy Steer Creek
02-28-2002 STEMPLE-FAIRCLOTH AMENDMENT DEFEATED - Coal Interests Want Overweight Trucks Made Legal
02-28-2002 STUDENTS SUSPENDED FOR DART-GUN INCIDENT - Safety Issues Discussed
02-28-2002 POVERTY WAGES HAMMERED WITH TAXES - West Virginia Contrary To Back-To-Work Policies?
02-28-2002 DAILY JAIL BILL MAY RISE AGAIN - Money To Pay For State Pay Increases
02-28-2002 CALHOUN-GILMER PHONE BARRIERS GO DOWN - Local Calling Begins Friday For Many Customers
02-27-2002 LIONS PLAN WOOD FESTIVAL CARNIVAL - Pay Library Flood Insurance
02-27-2002 "LITTLE BITTY BILL" ON ATV'S ENDORSED - Farmers Can Drive On "Paved Roads"
02-27-2002 CRITTERS IN THE DEEP WOODS - Bobcat, Bear, Coyote and Mountain Lions (?)
02-27-2002 TURNING THE TIDE DINNER - Annual Anti Tobacco Program
02-26-2002 CRESTON NEWS
02-25-2002 TRUCKS COLLIDE ON EUCLID-NICUT - Driver Taken To Hospital
02-25-2002 CUB SCOUT PACK 30 CELEBRATES 50 YEARS - Wirt County Blue And Gold Banquet
02-24-2002 FARM BUREAU FILES SUIT OVER SUNDAY HUNTING - Hamrick Surprised About Timing
02-23-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE COURT RECORDS - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
02-23-2002 SEVENTEEN APPLY FOR PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS - Thirteen Others May Become Eligible At CHS
02-23-2002 BLANKENSHIP'S SALARY ABOVE REGIONAL COUNTIES - Ritchie Declines To Give Information
02-22-2002 ATV BILL MAY NOT BE DEAD - A Few Regulations May Emerge
02-22-2002 FIRE DEPARTMENTS MAY GET TAX BREAK - Would Be Excluded From Sales And Service Taxes
02-22-2002 ELIZABETH BRIDGE VANDALIZED - Profane Graffiti Painted On Structure
02-22-2002 COAL "SHIRKS THE LAW" - Overweight Coal Truck Bill Is Shaky, Caputo Rails Before Legislature
02-21-2002 ZAIN CASE NEVER GOES AWAY - Troopers Upset About Cruiser Policy, Gazette Reports
02-21-2002 ARNOLDSBURG'S "LIGHTS ON!" - Keeps The Lights Burning
02-21-2002 KERBY YOUTH HAS SKIING ACCIDENT - No Gold, Silver or Bronze For Chris
02-21-2002 WV RHEP - Celebrates 10 Years Of Service
02-20-2002 TROOPER STARCHER WILL BE INVESTIGATED FOR PERJURY - Special Prosecutor Will Be Appointed
02-20-2002 LIBRARY LEVY WILL BE ON PRIMARY BALLOT - "The Price Of A Gallon Of Milk And A Loaf Of Bread" Once A Year
02-19-2002 CRESTON NEWS
02-19-2002 ILA GREY SNIDER WILL BE RECOGNIZED - 50 Years Service To Farm Bureau
02-18-2002 KRIS MILLER IMPROVING AFTER 4-WHEELER ACCIDENT - Recovering At Home
02-17-2002 ATV BILL FALLS DOWN IN HOUSE COMMITTEE - Controversial Legislation May Fail Again, Several Years In A Row
02-17-2002 ARNOLDSBURG BLUEGRASS DRAWS CROWD - Could Become Regular Event
02-16-2002 SPENCER WOMEN INJURED IN PARKERSBURG COLLISION - Ivydale Man Killed On I-79
02-16-2002 CLAY AND BRAXTON WILL HAVE SUNDAY HUNTING - Thirty-Two Counties Have Issue On Ballot
02-16-2002 JUDGE RULES COLLINS IS INCAPABLE - Calhoun Man Charged With Sexual Assault
02-16-2002 CALHOUN LIBRARY SEEKING LEVY SUPPORT - Commission Will Consider Issue Tuesday
02-15-2002 FIRE DAMAGES CHEVY CAMERO - Arnoldsburg VFD "Well House" Fire
02-15-2002 FIRE CONTROLLED AT MILETREE NURSING HOME - Blaze Could Have Been Serious
02-14-2002 TAYLOR FAMILY SUES JAIL OFFICIALS - Roane Man Dies After Intoxication Arrest
02-14-2002 WELFARE CHECKS HITTING 60-MONTH LIMIT - Fewer Families Are Enrolled
02-14-2002 CALHOUN-GILMER PHONE BARRIERS GOING DOWN - Change May Happen March 1
02-14-2002 DOE KILL SHORT OF EXPECTATIONS - Increased Hunting Limits On Horizon
02-13-2002 E-911 ADDRESSING WILL BEGIN - Back Fork-Yellow Creek Water Project To Be Bid, Commission Reviews Grant Applications
02-13-2002 KIDS LIKE CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER - Open House Held Tuesday
02-12-2002 CRESTON NEWS
02-12-2002 DOMINION REDUCES HASTINGS WORKFORCE - Contract Up On April 1
02-12-2002 IT'S "RIF" TIME AGAIN - Calhoun Personnel Face Reduction, Not Like Last Year
02-12-2002 CALHOUN'S DEEP WELL "RESULTS" - It's A Guessing Game
02-12-2002 STATE POLICE DENY GILMER CHARGES - Trooper Allegedly Pulled Gun On Deputy Assessor
02-11-2002 CEDAR CREEK PARK ATTRACTS FIRST FISHERMEN - Waiting For Spring
02-09-2002 BUDGET DIGEST MONEY SLASHED - $200 Million Goes To Teacher's Salaries
02-09-2002 SCHOOL PERSONNEL LOSING JOBS - Roane Hit Hard By RIF
02-09-2002 KIRBY YOUTH SLOWLY IMPROVING - Coming Out Of Coma
02-09-2002 1910: GRANTSVILLE'S FRANK MARSHALL BRUTALLY MURDERED IN VIRGINIA
02-08-2002 CALHOUN COUNTY LITERACY COUNCIL RECEIVES GRANT - Volunteers Encouraged to Apply
02-08-2002 ARNOLDSBURG'S "LIGHTS ON" - Students Teaching Students
02-08-2002 CALHOUN GETS "NEW" CRUISER DONATED - Deputy Ballengee Made The Deal
02-08-2002 BLACK ICE TOTALS CAR - Driver Escapes Injury
02-07-2002 CHS ANNOUNCES HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLLS - Third Grading Period
02-07-2002 DIVORCES RECORDED IN CIRCUIT CLERKS OFFICE - January, 2002
02-07-2002 E-911 ADDRESSING ON COMMISSION AGENDA - Back Fork-Yellow Creek Water Project Will Move Forward
02-07-2002 FORTY-FOUR ROANE SCHOOL EMPLOYEES UNDER "RIF" - County Losing $580,000 In Funding, 100 Pupils Down
02-07-2002 ARNOLD'S PROPERTY TURNED OVER TO MORTGAGE COMPANY - Kathy Arnold Remains Hospitalized
02-07-2002 RICHARDS FACING NEW CHARGES - Currently Held In Regional Jail
02-06-2002 TRUANCY PROGRAM MAY END FOR AREA SCHOOLS - WVDHHR Program Improves School Attendance
02-06-2002 COUNCIL UPSET OVER MAYOR IGNORING A VOTE - Knight Says Council's Pay Raise Not Legal
02-06-2002 CRESTON NEWS
02-05-2002 WIRT'S NEW HEALTH CENTER UNDER CONSTRUCTION - Contributions Needed To Complete Project
02-05-2002 E-911 ADDRESSING COMING SOON - Maps Available For Inspection
02-05-2002 BLANKENSHIP HIRED FOR TWO MORE YEARS - New Grant Money Acknowledged
02-04-2002 CUB SCOUT PACK PINEWOOD DERBY - Little Kanawha District Race
02-04-2002 SEVENTY GOODRICH EMPLOYEES LOSING JOBS SOON - Complete Shut-Down By September 30
02-03-2002 CRITTER DINNER CELEBRATES BEAR FORK HUNTING - Arnoldsburg Center Filled To Capacity
02-02-2002 WHITE POWDER SCARE AT CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER - Students Released, Substance Being Tested
02-02-2002 STATE POLICE FIRE BRAXTON TROOPER - Problems Reach Boiling Point
02-02-2002 MAN INJURED IN CABOT STATION CRASH - Truck Leaves Highway In Sharp Turn
02-02-2002 WHITE POWDER SCARE PROVES HARMLESS - School Will Open Monday
02-02-2002 LET THE CAMPAIGN BEGIN - Some Positions Are In Contention
02-01-2002 REGINA BAILEY SEMI-FINALIST IN CONTEST - International Open Amateur Photography
02-01-2002 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
02-01-2002 CUB SCOUT PACK HOLD JANUARY MEETING - Webelo's Perform Flag Ceremony
02-01-2002 SCOUTS HOLD PINEWOOD DERBY - Annual Double Elimination Event
01-31-2002 STATEMENT OR JOKE? - Bus Drivers Erect Their "Lounge"
01-31-2002 VEHICLES COLLIDE AT HOSPITAL ROAD - No Serious Injuries
01-30-2002 OUR COMMUNITY'S FOUNDATION - Holds Annual Meeting in Parkersburg
01-30-2002 CRESTON NEWS
01-30-2002 THIEVES BREAK AND ENTER GRANTSVILLE VFW - $300 Taken From Establishment
01-29-2002 WTC BROUGHT TO CMS - Area Residents Help With Cleanup
01-29-2002 PLEASANT HILL STUDENTS PERFORM PUPPET THEATER - Chicken Soup With Rice
01-29-2002 CLASS SIZE REDUCTION PROGRAM - Increased Achievement For Students
01-29-2002 ATTORNEY ARNOLD HOSPITALIZED AFTER VERDICT - Reportedly Injected Self With Horse Tranquilizer
01-29-2002 FITZWATER FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD - No Other Applicants Received Monday
01-29-2002 PUBLIC AGENCIES FLUNK FREEDOM OF INFORMATION REQUESTS - Calhoun Scores Above Average, State Police Unresponsive
01-29-2002 KERBY FILES FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES - Stemple Unopposed On Democrat Ticket
01-28-2002 STATE POLICE SEEKING TO UNIONIZE - "The Whole Organization Has Broken Down"
01-27-2002 FORESTRY STUDY REVEALS LOGGING PRACTICES - Most Loggers Work On Compliance
01-26-2002 COUNTY SPELLING BEE - Winners Announced
01-26-2002 SHOOTING VICTIMS FUNERAL SUNDAY - Charges Yet To Be Brought
01-25-2002 SCHOOL BUS AND CAR COLLIDE - Incident On Sycamore
01-25-2002 TWO FILINGS FOR EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE - Clock Is Ticking Toward Deadline
01-25-2002 FORTY-SIX AMES WORKERS LOSING JOBS - Twenty-Seven Could Transfer
01-25-2002 SPENCER MAN'S CONDITION SERIOUS AFTER GUNSHOT - Weapon Discharges Inside Moving Car
01-25-2002 ROANE HIT WITH FLOODING - Spencer Residents Evacuated, LK Cresting Midnight Thursday
01-24-2002 SHOCK FILES FOR COMMISSION - List Grows To Five Contenders
01-24-2002 STATE POLICE SUBJECT OF "TARGET LIST" LAWSUIT - Braxton Residents Claiming Harassment
01-24-2002 ROGERS PROVIDES MASSAGE SERVICES - "Helps Circulation And Relaxes Mind And Body"
01-24-2002 KERBY YOUTH RETURNS HOME TODAY - Injured In Tennessee Auto Accident
01-24-2002 SPENCER MAN DEAD OF GUNSHOT WOUND - Jason Mace Is Victim, Step-Father Is Suspect
01-23-2002 AREA STUDENTS HONORED AS PRESIDENT'S SCHOLARS -
WVU Parkersburg
01-23-2002 VERIZON FOUNDATION AWARDS LITERACY GRANT - Help Adult's Gain Computer Skills
01-23-2002 FOUR SEEKING COMMISSION SEATS - No Takers For School Board, Filing Clock Running Out
01-23-2002 ROANE MAN CONVICTED OVER STARVING ANIMALS - Arnold Facing 12 Misdemeanor Counts
01-23-2002 THE MUDDY WORLD OF ATV LAWS - Bill Could Be Dead In Sub-Committee
01-23-2002 CLAY AMBULANCE SERVICE DISSOLVED - Private "Fee For Service" Provider Will Be Hired
01-22-2002 TWO MORE FILE FOR COMMISSION - Four Now Seeking Vacancy
01-22-2002 LKADC DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR WILL BE HIRED - Interviews Start January 22
01-21-2002 CRESTON NEWS
01-20-2002 CLAY PASSES $2,325,000 SCHOOL LEVY - Levy Spread Over Five Years
01-19-2002 ROY COPEN FILES FOR WIRT COMMISSION - Offutt Not Seeking Re-election
01-19-2002 MINNIE HAMILTON CELEBRATES 17 - Large Crowd Attends Open House
01-19-2002 ACT EXPLORE TEST RESULTS ARE IMPRESSIVE - Scores Above National Average
01-18-2002 GRANTSVILLE MAN NABBED FOR INDECENCY - Richards Facing New Charges
01-18-2002 MICROSOFT SUIT SETTLEMENT WILL BENEFIT KIDS - Poor WV Counties Will See Benefits
01-18-2002 KERBY YOUTH TO RETURN HOME - A Slow Recovery Is Expected
01-17-2002 CLAY'S AMBULANCE SERVICE DOES NOT DROP-DEAD - Critical Problems Remain Unresolved
01-16-2002 SEVENTY MORE WV SOLDIERS GOING ABROAD - National Guard Unit Dispatched
01-16-2002 BRAXTON CITIZENS "TARGETED" BY STATE POLICE LIST - Three Are Juveniles, Sgt. Bonazzo Before Internal Affairs
01-16-2002 UNOFFICIAL MINUTES GRANTSVILLE TOWN COUNCIL - January 7,
01-15-2002 NEW SEISMIC STUDY IN SOUTHERN CALHOUN - Dominion Fine Tuning, Releases Have No Damage Clause
01-15-2002 STATE POLICE TARGET BRAXTON CITIZENS - Sgt. John Bonazzo Called On Carpet
01-15-2002 THREE FILE FOR COUNTY OFFICES - Two Commission Candidates, One For Magistrate
01-14-2002 KERBY YOUTH SLOWLY IMPROVING - It's A Small World Story
01-14-2002 THREE BOARD OF EDUCATION SLOTS TO BE FILLED - Filing Begins January 14
01-14-2002 CIRCUIT COURT PROCESSES CASES - Magistrate Court Report
01-13-2002 PHOTO EXHIBIT DISPLAYS LOCAL TALENT - Photographs Viewed By Community
01-12-2002 NEW PHARMACIST IS CALHOUN NATIVE - Leslie Williams Kennedy Joins J & B Drug
01-12-2002 GILMER AND WIRT PLACE SUNDAY HUNTING ON BALLOT - Join Calhoun, Roane and Ritchie In Region
01-12-2002 DOWN HOME DOUBLE-L DINER -
A Grantsville Eatery
01-12-2002 CALHOUN AND WIRT STUDENTS NAMED TO WVU DEAN'S LIST - Fall 2001 Semester
01-12-2002 UNDERWOOD ARRESTED FOR BAD CHECKS - Former Teacher's Bail Set At $1,750
01-11-2002 WIRT GROUP ASKING FOR OPERATING LEVY - County On Verge Of Collapse, Offutt Will Not Run Again
01-11-2002 SPEEDY MART SUSPECT UNDER ARREST - Caught In Tennessee After Chase
01-10-2002 CANDIDATE FILING BEGINGS TODAY - Three School Board Members To Be Elected
01-10-2002 WVU AND GLENVILLE STATE UNAFFORDABLE FOR LOW-INCOME STUDENTS - - Findings From Independent Study, Promise Scholarships Will Bring Relief
01-09-2002 SPENCER DEDICATING $1.5 MILLION CITY BUILDING TODAY - Mayor Williams Says A Dream Come True
01-09-2002 COMMISSION WORKS ON GRANT LIST - McCallister President For 2002
01-09-2002 CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET GIVEN - Cases Before Honorable Thomas C. Evans III
01-09-2002 FOUR INDICTMENTS BROUGHT - Special Prosecutor Appointed In Johnson Case
01-09-2002 KERBY STILL IN COMA - Calhoun Youth Injured In Nashville
01-08-2002 CIRCUIT COURT DOCKET FOR TODAY - Honorable David W. Nibert
01-08-2002 CRESTON NEWS
01-08-2002 VOTERS WILL DECIDE ON SUNDAY HUNTING - County Option Was Original Intent
01-08-2002 NEW EMERGENCY SERVICES CENTER PROPOSED - School Board Passes Resolution To Support Project
01-08-2002 IMPROVEMENT PLAN DISCUSSED AT BOARD MEETING - $715,000 Will Do Upgrades At Pleasant Hill School
01-07-2002 MAGISTRATE COURT REPORT - From Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
01-07-2002 LEGISLATURE LOOKING AT LOGGING LAWS - Delegate Stemple Says More Enforcement Officers Needed
01-06-2002 KERBY CRITICALLY INJURED IN NASHVILLE - Driver Of Vehicle Killed Instantly
01-05-2002 WEASE FAMILY REBOUNDING AFTER CHRISTMAS FIRE - Opening Auto Repair Business
01-04-2002 DOMINION GIVES CHS $10,000 - Donation Will Improve Duplication Equipment
01-04-2002 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS HONORED - Hupp Accepted To MIT - Jones And Masiarczyk Chosen For Leadership Conference
01-04-2002 THE FIRST FENDER BENDER - Car And Truck Swipe In Grantsville
01-04-2002 SCHOOLS SCRAMBLING THE SAT NUMBERS? - Counties Massaging The Stats, Calhoun Plays It Straight
01-04-2002 CALHOUN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES - From County Records
01-03-2002 ROANE COUNTY HANGING TOUGH - Bogg's Family Builds New Airport
01-03-2002 COMMISSION WILL DISCUSS GRANTS - Space For New Family Court, Sunday Hunting And E-911 Addressing
01-03-2002 THE FOLLIES ARE BACK - Three Performances Scheduled For May
01-03-2002 GRANTSVILLE ENFORCING PARKING RULES AND ORDINANCES - Violators Will Face Municipal Court
01-02-2002 LOOKING BACK AT 2001 - A Few Highlights From The Hur Herald
01-02-2002 POLICE DETERMINING POSSIBLE ROBBERY CONNECTION - Calhoun And Kanawha County Stores Hit
01-02-2002 BRAXTON BANK ROBBERY SUSPECT DIES - Self-Inflicted Gunshot Wound Kills
01-01-2002 SPEEDY MART HELD-UP SUNDAY MORNING - Search Is On For Armed Robber


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