There are 1742 matches for the year 2003:

Date PublishedArticle
12-31-2003 GIRL SCOUTS TOUR SAV-A-TOOL
12-28-2003 HERALD WILL HAVE LIMITED UPDATES - Technical Changes And Year End House Cleaning
12-27-2003 A COUPLE BIG VEGGIES - Elva Shows The World
12-27-2003 BRACING FOR THE BLOW - Here Goes Those White Collar Jobs
12-26-2003 RAINFALL RECORDS BEING BROKEN IN WV
12-26-2003 CONSUMERS HIT WITH SKYROCKETING COSTS - PSC Offers Hot Line
12-26-2003 WEST VIRGINIA WANTS TO BUY CANADIAN DRUGS - Bush Administration Blocking Plan
12-26-2003 BESTIAL KILLER OR INNOCENT MAN? - The William Holly Griffith Story
12-26-2003 SPENCER PEDESTRIAN STRUCK ON WALMART ROAD - Webb Taken To Charleston By HealthNet, Three Vehicles Totaled On Bowers Hill
12-24-2003 SPECIAL SUPPORT DAY OFFERED STUDENTS - December 24 At CM/HS
12-24-2003 ROANE GENERAL ACCREDITED BY JOINT COMMISSION
12-24-2003 CHRISTMAS THROUGH THE DECADES - Arnoldsburg School Program Held December 23
12-24-2003 CHRISTMAS MAGIC - "The Francis Hardware Tree Is Mine"
12-23-2003 SEVENTEEN APPLY FOR FEMA HELP - Assistance Following Recent Flood
12-23-2003 RICHARDS FILES SECOND APPEAL TO SUPREME COURT - Extradition On Hold
12-23-2003 GLENVILLE POLICEMAN'S TRIAL DELAYED - Set For January 27 In Webster
12-22-2003 NORMANTOWN-STUMPTOWN WATER PROJECT LAGGING - $2.9 Mil Project Short On Customers
12-22-2003 O HOLY CHILD OF BETHLEHEM - Enon Baptist Christmas
12-22-2003 NEW ADULT EDUCATION CENTER - $204,000 Will Build Structure At Career Center
12-21-2003 ADVISORY BOARD RECOMMENDS NEW 911 BUILDING - Debt Reduction Plan
12-21-2003 AMY ALLEN IS NEW COUNTY LIBRARIAN
12-21-2003 CRESTON NEWS
12-20-2003 BLIND ED HALEY'S "SLURS AND INSULTS" - Calhoun Hub For Great Fiddlers And Musicians
12-20-2003 SCHINDLER GETS ONE-TO-TEN - Hot Check Scam On Hundreds
12-20-2003 FIREMEN RESPOND TO TRAILER FIRE NEAR RITCHIE-CALHOUN LINE
12-20-2003 JUDGE ISSUES GAG ORDER IN JUVENILE CASE - State Police And County Sheriff "Restrained," Sheriff Parsons Baffled
12-20-2003 EMPLOYMENT PICTURE ROSIER IN WEST VIRGINIA - Well, Maybe
12-20-2003 CHRISTMAS WEEK DEER SEASON KICKS OFF MONDAY
12-20-2003 THE LITTLEST REINDEER - Pleasant Hill School Rehearsing Christmas Play
12-20-2003 DO YOU BELIEVE IN "THE HUR WEATHER ANOMALY?"
12-19-2003 JUDGE DENIES BLOOD SAMPLE FROM MURDER SUSPECT - Nibert Needs Technical Clarification
12-19-2003 DIABETICS FACE BIG CHALLENGES - MHHCC Support Group Will Help
12-19-2003 MEAD WESTVACO WILL TRIM 1000 EMPLOYEES
12-18-2003 FOUR NEW CANDIDATES PRE-ANNOUNCE FOR COUNTY OFFICES - Incumbents Seeking Re-Election, Filing Information Given
12-18-2003 GOV. WISE ANGRY AT SCHOOL BUILDING AUTHORITY - Williams Speaks About Administration Consolidation
12-17-2003 THE WRATH OF CALHOUN FLOODS - Flood Plain Enforcement Issues Raised
12-17-2003 NATURAL GAS INCREASES PASSED TO CUSTOMERS
12-17-2003 CALHOUN HIGH HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - 3rd Grading Period
12-17-2003 911 ADVISORY BOARD WILL WORK ON RECOMMENDATIONS - Meeting Scheduled Thursday Evening
12-17-2003 TODAY'S WEATHER PHOTOS - "White Stuff"
12-16-2003 VEHICLE ROLLS OVER AFTER HITTING ICY PATCH
12-16-2003 NO FUNDING FOR ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL IMPROVEMENTS - Pleasant Hill And Arnoldsburg Schools Recognized
12-16-2003 "FIREMEN AT WORK" MURALS - Grantsville Volunteer Fire Department
12-16-2003 A NIGHT OF CHRISTMAS MUSIC - Choral Groups Come Together
12-16-2003 FRNews - New Tech Center At School, Nutrition And Head Lice Program
12-16-2003 EDUCATION TOUR RECOGNIZES CALHOUN SCHOOLS - Arnoldsburg And Pleasant Hill Schools Praised
12-16-2003 CRESTON NEWS
12-15-2003 WEASE BRINGS 25 YEARS BUILDING EXPERIENCE - "I've Been All Over Calhoun..."
12-15-2003 THE SHADOWS AT HEARTWOOD - Celebrating The Artist In Every Person
12-15-2003 BOARD WILL ADOPT STUDENT DRUG TESTING POLICY - State Board Will Recognize Local Schools
12-14-2003 THE CALHOUN HIGH CHRISTMAS DANCE
12-14-2003 HEARTWOOD'S SPIRITING LIFTING CELEBRATION - A Night Of Music And Movement
12-14-2003 RITCHIE PASSES SCHOOL LEVY - Few Bothered To Vote
12-14-2003 SOME NATURAL GAS COULD BE FLOWING - Hastings Still Down Until February
12-14-2003 CRI RECEIVES "LIFE SAVING' GRANT FROM FEMA
12-13-2003 STARCHER DEPARTS FOR IRAQ - "I Will Be A Good Soldier"
12-13-2003 DEER KILL DOWN STATEWIDE - DNR Gives Explanation
12-13-2003 SUPREME COURT COMMENTS ON GOV. MOORE'S LAW LICENSE
12-12-2003 LIVE NATIVITY PROCLAIMS CHRISTMAS MESSAGE - Scenes From This Year's Nativity
12-12-2003 IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS - Ev'rywhere You Go
12-12-2003 LONGBEARDS DONATE SOME CHRISTMAS TURKEY
12-12-2003 STATES LOOK TO REDUCE DRUG PRICES - Importing Canadian Drugs Reduce Costs 60%
12-11-2003 FEMA DISASTER CENTER OPEN - "Answer People" Will Be At Arnoldsburg Fire Station, Sixty Have Already Asked For Help
12-11-2003 YES, WEST VIRGINIA, THERE IS BANKRUPTCY
12-11-2003 CALHOUN BUCK KILL DOWN 457
12-11-2003 FLU VACCINE LIMITED FOR COUNTY STUDENTS - CDC Criteria Implemented, Supplies Short
12-10-2003 BLANCHE WHYTSELL IMPROVING - Husband Randall In Hospital, How About A Get Well Card?
12-10-2003 COMMISSION REVIEWS 2004 GRANTS - Buy-Out Hearing On Flooded Property
12-10-2003 CHARACTER ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED
12-10-2003 Y-MOTEL OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT ARNOLDSBURG
12-10-2003 CANDIDATE OLIVERIO ATTACKS SOUTHERN WV - Wants To Abolish Marion County, Turn 13 Others Into Drive Through Zoo
12-10-2003 MHHCC APPLIES FOR NEW ELECTRICAL GENERATOR
12-10-2003 MAYOR BLANKENSHIP EXPRESSES APPRECIATION - Resolution Supporting Troops
12-10-2003 CRESTON NEWS
12-09-2003 "THE CLARION" RISES FROM THE DUST - High School Newspaper Revived
12-09-2003 TANNER APPOINTED NEW 911 DIRECTOR - May Be Youngest To Hold Position In WV, Says "I'll Give 100%"
12-09-2003 EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY UP FOR VOTE - Renewal Sought, No Increase In Taxes
12-09-2003 DEER DAMAGE BILL $44 MILLION
12-08-2003 MILLIONAIRE'S GIRLFRIEND CHARGED WITH MURDER - Reporter's Body Discovered, Motive Is "Wonder Whisk" Money
12-08-2003 COMMISSION WILL REVIEW GRANT APPLICATIONS MONDAY - Reporter Alleges Flood Plain Violations, Issue On January Agenda
12-08-2003 POVERTY STRIKING WV CHILDREN RATED AMONG WORST IN US
12-08-2003 HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS WITH AMERICA'S HERO, JESSICA LYNCH - Something Nice About Wirt County
12-07-2003 HASTINGS EXPLOSION HURTING LOCAL GAS PRODUCERS - Could Affect County Budget
12-07-2003 HUR WEATHER ANOMALY BRINGS MEASURABLE SNOW
12-06-2003 REGIONS SMOKERS CAN STILL LIGHT UP - No New Rules For Bars And Restaurants, For Now
12-06-2003 SANTA ARRIVES IN GRANTSVILLE - Hometown Country Christmas Concludes
12-06-2003 CALHOUN'S "STATE OF EMERGENCY" STATUS EXTENDED
12-05-2003 DOVE TREE IS GLOWING WITH MEMORIES
12-04-2003 NATURAL GAS SERVICE OFF NEAR GRANTSVILLE - Allegheny Power Working On Problem
12-04-2003 SMOKING BAN CLEARED FOR BARS AND EATERIES - Old Rules Still In Place Regionally
12-04-2003 GLENVILLE STATE HAS NEW PRESIDENT
12-03-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
12-03-2003 CALHOUN MARRIAGES - October-November 2003
12-03-2003 DEATH KNELL PENDING FOR US STEEL PRODUCERS - Forty Companies Have Bankrupted, Others To Follow
12-03-2003 HIGH RANKING STATE POLICEMAN SAYS CAREER RUINED - Counter Suing Over Sexual Harassment
12-02-2003 COMMITTEE WILL RAISE FUNDS FOR MUNICIPAL BUILDING - "Restoring Civic Pride"
12-02-2003 CALHOUN'S PUBLIC PROPERTY ELIGIBLE FOR FLOOD ASSISTANCE - FEMA Will Assist Private Property Holders
12-02-2003 CALHOUN'S DEER KILL DOWN 36%
12-01-2003 CRESTON NEWS
12-01-2003 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL RE-OPENS - "Cleaned And Sanitized"
12-01-2003 FIRST WEEK DEER KILL IN SUNNY CAL - Young Hunters Display Their Bucks
12-01-2003 AGENDA FOR GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL - Minutes From November Meeting
11-30-2003 MORE BANGS, MORE BUCKS
11-30-2003 TOWN PROPERTY UP TO BAT AGAIN - Morris Proposal Would "Restore Civic Pride," Convienence Store Battle Surrounds Issue
11-29-2003 ROUD AND HANIE LANE CELEBRATE 75 YEARS - Roud Is 97, Hanie Is 90
11-28-2003 FLASH FLOOD WATCH FOR CLAY AND BRAXTON - 100% Chance Of Rain
11-28-2003 YOUNG HUNTERS BAG BUCKS
11-27-2003 JEEP PLUNGES OVER HILL ON WHITE PINE - Two Vehicles Collide At ChaTis
11-27-2003 DEER KILL REMAINS DOWN - A Few Big Buck Checked
11-27-2003 WE GATHER TOGETHER - To Ask The Lord's Blessings
11-26-2003 400 MORE WV GUARDSMEN HEADED TO IRAQ
11-26-2003 WEST VIRGINIA HAS NATION'S HIGHEST DEATH RATE - Poor Health Choices Blamed
11-26-2003 HUNTER KILLS 18-POINT BUCK - Roane Hunter Shoots Foot
11-26-2003 CALHOUN COUNTY ADULT EDUCATION - New Student Registration December 1
11-26-2003 FORTY US STEEL COMPANIES IN BANKRUPTCY - US Could Be Fined For Violating World Trade Agreements
11-26-2003 CLAY GETS INFRASTRUCTURE REPLACEMENT FUNDS - Five Other Counties Eligible For Special Flood Money
11-25-2003 FIRST DAY BUCK KILL DOWN - 11-Point Checked By 12-Year-Old
11-25-2003 AUTHORITIES SAY SMITH DIED OF NATURAL CAUSES - Case Had Been Treated As "Suspicious Death"
11-25-2003 ATV REGULATIONS COMING UP AGAIN
11-25-2003 CRESTON NEWS
11-25-2003 LAST MAN CLUB HAS MEMBERS - Ritchie Asks For More Vets To Register
11-25-2003 COMMUNITY RESOURCES WILL CUT SERVICES - OEO Reallocation Cuts Funding
11-25-2003 SCHOOL NEWSPAPER WILL BE REBORN - Duskey Looking For Interested Students
11-25-2003 CCCOA TAKES TO THE ROAD - Seniors Enjoy Myrtle Beach Trip
11-25-2003 SENIORS GETTING PRESCRIPTION BENEFITS - Insurance Companies Will Benefit $Billions, Opponents Say Medicare Being Dismantled
11-25-2003 REPORTS OF SPOTLIGHTING AND TRESPASSING - Deer Season Opens, Need "Big Buck" Pictures
11-25-2003 MATH HONOR SOCIETY HAS NEW MEMBERS
11-25-2003 RUSH QUICKLY VIOLATES PROBATION - Back To Regional Jail
11-24-2003 DAVIS SIGNS WITH GLENVILLE STATE - Two-Time All-State Basketball Player
11-24-2003 STUMP HOTEL RENOVATION STARTS
11-24-2003 BOSTON GLOBE VISITS WEST VIRGINIA - "Losing Hope In Appalachia"
11-23-2003 4-H MEMBERS RECOGNIZED FOR EFFORTS - Achievement Awards Dinner
11-23-2003 CALHOUN DECLARED FLOOD DISASTER AREA - FEMA Help Now Available
11-23-2003 KANAWHA SNIPER STILL AT LARGE
11-23-2003 LUNAR ECLIPSE FROM CRUMMIES CREEK
11-23-2003 HUNTERS DESCEND ON SUNNY CAL - "Deer Camp" Declared Open
11-22-2003 POLICE INVESTIGATING FIVE FORKS DEATH - Medical Examiner Will Complete Autopsy
11-22-2003 RICHARDS WILL BE EXTRADITED TO OHIO - Facing Abduction Charges
11-22-2003 HURRIED AND HARRIED ?- Holiday Cooking Tips
11-22-2003 APPALACHIAN CLASSIC MOVED TO SEPTEMBER IN 2004
11-22-2003 GOVERNOR DECLARING DISASTER FLOODING - FEMA Could Arrive In State Shortly
11-22-2003 "THE TEAM THAT NEVER GAVE UP" - Players Honored At Red Devil Banquet
11-22-2003 CALHOUN DROPS TO CLASS A - Football Changes In Offing
11-22-2003 GLENVILLE LOOKING UP - Tons Of Trash Removed From Downtown
11-21-2003 WEATHER SERVICE MOVES SPENCER RADIO STATION
11-21-2003 1092ND ENGINEERS WILL REMAIN IN IRAQ - Prayer Vigil Scheduled Monday
11-21-2003 ANNAMORIAH HOUSE BURNS INTO FLOODWATER - Duskey Family Loses Everything
11-21-2003 FLOOD WATER DAMAGES ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL - Clean-Up Effort In Full Force
11-21-2003 LITTLE KANAWHA CRESTS AT 39.5 FEET - Water Slowly Receding, Problems Up And Down Valley
11-21-2003 THE FLOOD OF NOVEMBER 19-20, 2003 - Snapshots By Local Photographers
11-21-2003 THE FORK IS REBOUNDING - Clean-Up After Major Flood
11-20-2003 FLOODWATERS STRIKE ROANE - Treed Men Rescued
11-20-2003 WEST FORK VALLEY STRUCK BY FLOODWATERS - Arnoldsburg School Surrounded, Businesses And Homes Damaged
11-20-2003 FLOODS HIT STATE - Wayne County Man Dies
11-20-2003 HEADLINES: Calhoun Schools Closed Friday, Water Crests On Little Kanawha, House Burns Surrounded By Water, Arnoldsburg School Damaged, Clean-Up Begins
11-19-2003 CALHOUN SCHOOL BOARD MEETING - Summary Of Minutes
11-19-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL ENDINGS AND BEGINNINGS - Lion's Club Will Sponsor Event
11-19-2003 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL PROJECT AMONG 44 COUNTY REQUESTS - Decision In December
11-19-2003 FLOOD WARNING ISSUED FOR CALHOUN, ROANE, WIRT, CLAY, GILMER, BRAXTON - Vehicles In Water Rt. 16, Assistance Calls Rt. 16 South
11-19-2003 U. S. SUPREME COURT DENIES ARNOLD'S REQUEST - Animal Cruelty Case
11-19-2003 ARNOLDSBURG FLOODING - Rt.33-119-16 Closed, West Fork Hill-To-Hill
11-19-2003 REGIONS ROADS BLOCKED BY WATER - West Fork Is Slowly Receding
11-18-2003 WEST VIRGINIA RANKS NEAR BOTTOM IN PEOPLE'S HEALTH
11-18-2003 POLICE HAVE SUSPECTS IN JESSE'S RUN B & E - Two Dwellings Vandalized
11-18-2003 OVER $1 MIL REQUESTED FOR ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL - Arnoldsburg Principal Burge-Tetrick Resigns, Middle School Playground On Hold
11-18-2003 CRESTON NEWS
11-17-2003 KEAFFABER NAMED TO LKC CROSS COUNTRY TEAM
11-17-2003 GIANT BOULDER BLASTED OFF ROUTE 5
11-17-2003 MILLSTONE, WHERE THE BUFFALO ROAM - Yes, You Can Stop And Gawk
11-17-2003 SCHOOL BOARD MEETS AT 7 TONIGHT
11-16-2003 GIANT FALLEN ROCK BLOCKS ROUTE 5 - Highway Now Open
11-15-2003 HUR HERALD MAY NOT BE AVAILABLE - Server Down Over Weekend
11-15-2003 RICHARDS CASE SPREAD OVER SEVERAL JURISDICTIONS - Bond Could Be Revoked
11-14-2003 QUICK ACTION SAVES CURRY RESIDENCE - Billowing Smoke Poured From Dwelling
11-14-2003 DIGGING OUT FROM UNDER IN FROG POND - "If You Can't Laugh, Why Live?"
11-14-2003 EMT CLASS WILL FINISH IN DECEMBER
11-14-2003 MORE NATIONAL GUARD TROOPS CALLED FROM WV - Big Bend Reservists On Alert
11-13-2003 COMPUTER LAB HAS UPGRADES AT CM/HS - Open House Held Wednesday Evening
11-13-2003 "THE CLARION" RETURNS - Duskey Revives Old School Newspaper
11-13-2003 FLU AND PNEUMONIA SHOTS ESSENTIAL FOR SOME - Minnie Hamilton Health Care Providing Shots At Clinic
11-13-2003 RUSH PLACED ON PROBATION - Found Guilty Over Sexual Assault
11-13-2003 RECOGNITION GIVEN MOLASSES FESTIVAL VOLUNTEERS
11-13-2003 THIRD AREA FATALITY VICTIM WILL BE BURIED TODAY
11-13-2003 CALHOUN SPARED STORM PROBLEMS - One Dead, Thousands Without Electric In WV
11-13-2003 POWERTEL LEAVES STATE ABRUPTLY - Workers Left Without Pay, Company Once Considered Calhoun
11-12-2003 NYA BUILDING GETS SOME ROOF SAVING - $30,000 Grant Helps Problem
11-12-2003 NICOLE KELLEY 2004 MCKELVEY GOLD WINNER - Will Receive Up To $10,000 Annually
11-12-2003 RADCLIFF INJURED IN ROOF FALL
11-11-2003 BID DAY HAS ARRIVED FOR YELLOW CREEK-BACK FORK WATER - Major $3.9 Mil Project For Southern Calhoun-Sand Ridge Moving Ahead
11-11-2003 CRESTON NEWS
11-11-2003 BEAR RUN MAN NOT CHARGED - Allegedly Brandished Weapon
11-11-2003 OFFUTT WEST VIRGINIA'S BEEF AMBASSADOR - Wirt 4-H Member Speaks At 4-H Awards
11-11-2003 BEEF CATTLE TO ROCKET BOYS - Calhoun's 4-H Achievement Awards
11-11-2003 BUCKLES COULD BE WEST VIRGINIA'S "LAST MAN" FROM WWI
11-11-2003 A SPECIAL SHINING STAR AWARD
11-11-2003 LAST GASP TO SAVE AMERICAN STEEL - WTO Says US Has Violated Its Agreement, Retiree Benefits Going Down The Tube
11-11-2003 PVT. LYNCH SAYS HOSPITAL OFFERED RESCUERS A KEY - Tells AP Military Account Greatly Exaggerated
11-10-2003 O CAPTAIN! MY CAPTAIN! - By Walt Whitman
11-10-2003 THOSE WHO GAVE ALL - Remembering Calhoun Soldiers
11-10-2003 COL. LARRY GODFREY RECEIVES GOVERNOR'S AND LEGISLATIVE AWARDS - Victory Baptist Recognizes Veterans
11-10-2003 WEST NILE STRIKES LEWIS COUNTY MAN
11-10-2003 POLICE SAY CALHOUN MAN DRIVER IN FATAL CRASH - Funeral Tuesday For Brohard Man
11-09-2003 EDUCATION UNION ABANDONS JACKSON FOR GOVERNOR - Manchin Gets Nod, Lincoln Group Protesting Jackson
11-09-2003 SECOND CALHOUN VIETNAM CASUALTY FOUND - Remembering Darrell West And Dean Starcher
11-09-2003 AUTO CRASH KILLS TWO OCCUPANTS EARLY SUNDAY - Strikes Tree On Munday-Brohard Road
11-09-2003 MILLSTONE MAN DIES WHEN AUTO STRIKES TREE - Wes Murphy Dead At Scene, Brohard Man Also Victim
11-09-2003 CONLEY WINS DEMOCRAT FUNDRAISER
11-09-2003 VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO TEACH READING - "Give A Gift To Your Community"
11-08-2003 MRS. CHESTER FLUHARTY DIES IN FLORIDA
11-08-2003 REGIONAL JAIL CHARGES RISING AGAIN - Counties Facing Major Bucks
11-08-2003 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL - Honor Roll & Achievement Roll, 2nd Grading Period - Fall Term
11-07-2003 SUNDAY HUNTING WILL BE CHALLENGED IN RITCHIE - ACLU Contends "Right To Hunt" On Private Land
11-07-2003 COMMUNITY RESOURCE PROGRAMS COULD BE AXED - OEO Officials In Charleston Reallocating Funds
11-07-2003 SENIOR CENTER HONORS COUNTY'S VETS - Fourth Annual Event
11-07-2003 FREE CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT CLASS - Lights On! Arnoldsburg
11-07-2003 "GLAD" DAY AT ARNOLDSBURG ELEMENTARY
11-07-2003 JESSICA LYNCH ANGRY OVER BEING USED BY PENTAGON - Reveals She Was Raped
11-06-2003 BUSH MEDICARE PLAN TAKING PROGRAM APART - Drug And Private Insurance "Love It"
11-06-2003 ARC FUNDS RESTORED AFTER BUSH CUT
11-06-2003 "NIGHTWOLF'" PLAYS CLASSIC AND NEW ROCK - They Keep Right On Rockin'
11-06-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL CORPORATION WILL BE DISSOLVED - Lion's Club Will Be Partner For The Future
11-05-2003 HEAVY RAIN HITS SOUTHERN CALHOUN - Water 0n Rt. 16 Near Stinson
11-05-2003 MASSEY TOLD TO CLEAN UP ACT - Strip Mines Still Not Reclaimed
11-05-2003 PLEASANT HILL STUDENTS TAUGHT EVERYBODY COUNTS!
11-05-2003 GLENVILLE STATE SEEKING NEW PRESIDENT - Three Candidates Will Be
11-05-2003 WELL, IT REALLY WAS HOT YESTERDAY - Nighttime Temps Dropping
11-05-2003 BULLTOWN CIVIL WAR REENACTMENT - "Hurrah For Jeff Davis" Got Cunningham Shot
11-05-2003 KANAWHA STRIPPER CHARGED IN BRAXTON MANS MURDER
11-05-2003 GRAND JURY WILL INVESTIGATE WAL-MART'S "ILLEGAL ALIENS"
11-05-2003 SMALL LEVY INCREASE MIGHT BE SOUGHT BY CALHOUN EMS - Commission Covers Several Items
11-04-2003 MINNIE RESIDENTS GO FISHIN'
11-04-2003 CRESTON NEWS
11-04-2003 DYING IN IRAQ: IT BRINGS IT ALL HOME - "Before, It Seemed So Abstract"
11-04-2003 MORRIS' OFFER RESOURCES TO HELP GRANTSVILLE - Attorney Says Municipal Building Should Stay In Same Location
11-04-2003 SKELETAL REMAINS FOUND IN ST. MARYS IDENTIFIED
11-03-2003 FORMER POW JESSICA LYNCH GETTING MARRIED - TV Interviews Scheduled
11-03-2003 FAMILY CENTERED PRACTICE TRAINING - FRN Sponsored Event Nov. 10
11-03-2003 TWO DIE ON ATVS IN WV OVER WEEKEND
11-03-2003 ADULT EDUCATION COURSES COMMENCING - Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center
11-03-2003 NICHOLAS BRANDISHED WEAPON AFTER FALL - Authorities Are Investigating
11-03-2003 DWAYNE WEEKLEY HEADS NEW ST. JOSEPH AMBULANCE SERVICE
11-02-2003 DOMINION MUM ON EXPLOSION AT HASTINGS - No Injuries Reported
11-02-2003 BEAR RUN MAN PULLS GUN ON AMBULANCE CREW - Area Law Enforcement Summoned
11-02-2003 CALHOUN JUVENILE STILL BEING HELD - Prosecutor Minney "Vigorously Working" On Double Murder
11-02-2003 CALHOUN WILL HAVE "LAST MAN CLUB" - Will Honor Last Survivor Of World War II
11-02-2003 FATAL AUTO REMOVED FROM LITTLE KANAWHA - Dustin McCormick's Funeral Today
11-02-2003 HALLOWEEN HOOT AT THE MARKS' - Hundreds Come For The Fun
11-02-2003 COMMISSION WILL DISCUSS TV CABLE, EMS LEVY, 911 BUILDING - Grantsville Council Meets Monday At 7 PM
11-01-2003 RIVERBOATIN' ON THE LITTLE KANAWHA - Exhibit Continues Through November 6
11-01-2003 THREE STUDENTS EXPELLED FROM CALHOUN SCHOOLS - Drug Related Problems
11-01-2003 SENIORS HAVE HALLOWEEN PARTY IN GRANTSVILLE
11-01-2003 CHAINSAWS AND FLYING GHOSTS - Haunted Trail Tonight At County Park
11-01-2003 EIGHTY-EIGHT TIRES SLASHED AT CAR LOT - Police Seeking Information Regarding Incidents
11-01-2003 GRANTSVILLE'S TRICK OR TREAT - Hundreds Of Kids Took To The Street
11-01-2003 BRAXTON JUMPED ON TOP QUICKLY - Red Devils Complete Season 4-6
10-31-2003 DEMONS, GOBLINS AND UNKNOWN CREATURES AT COUNTY PARK - Grantsville VFD's Haunted Trail, Tonight Is Trick Or Treat
10-31-2003 BRAXTON 25 - CALHOUN 14 - Regional Scores
10-31-2003 LITTLE KANAWHA RIVER TARGETED FOR CLEAN-UP - Study Of Watershed Will Identify Problems
10-31-2003 SEARCH FOR SUBMERGED AUTO WILL RESUME - Jason Rider Released From Hospital, McCormick Funeral Sunday
10-31-2003 NEW FORMULA WOULD CUT CRI POVERTY FUNDS
10-31-2003 SCENES FROM WOOD FESTIVAL POKER RUN
10-31-2003 THIEVES STRIKE DOMINION HEADQUARTERS - Tires Slashed At Used Car Establishment
10-31-2003 SOLAR STORM CREATED LIGHT SHOW OVER CALHOUN
10-31-2003 LEGISLATIVE MEMBERSHIP COSTING MORE THAN EVER - "Average Citizen" Finding It More Difficult To Run, Del. Stemple Running Shoestring Campaign
10-31-2003 MAJOR FIRE AT HASTINGS TRANSMISSION STATION - Regional Gas Producers Have Shut Lines
10-31-2003 EXPLOSION CAUSED HASTING STATION FIRE - No Injuries Reported
10-30-2003 DRIVERS ESCAPE SERIOUS INJURY IN WIRT ACCIDENT
10-30-2003 GILMER-CALHOUN FARM SERVICE ELECTION - $400,000 Allocated For Projects
10-30-2003 WEST VIRGINIA POWER PLANTS BIG POLLUTERS
10-30-2003 "BEAR MAN' RETURNS TO SCHOOL TO CARVE - Calhoun High Has Four Wooden Bears
10-30-2003 FIREMEN CONTINUE SEARCH FOR SUBMERGED AUTO - Jason Rider Transferred To Charleston
10-30-2003 LOOK SKYWARD FOR NORTHERN LIGHTS
10-29-2003 CLAY FISHERMAN HAS DISAPPEARED - Police Asking For Help
10-29-2003 MAN DEAD AFTER PLUNGE INTO LITTLE KANAWHA RIVER - Passenger Taken To Hospital
10-29-2003 EVANS HEARS TWO FELONY CASES
10-29-2003 VICTIM IDENTIFIED AFTER CAR PLUNGES IN RIVER - Rider Escapes Serious Injury
10-28-2003 WHAT TOWN IS THIS? - Sistersville During Oil And Gas Boom, Old Ferry Now Having Problems
10-28-2003 WEST NILE IN 34 COUNTIES - Gilmer, Ritchie And Roane Report Cases
10-28-2003 ROANE SCHOOL REMOVED FROM POOR PERFORMANCE LIST - Two Clay Schools Show Improvement, Failing Schools Getting "Awards"
10-28-2003 BECKLEY VA HOSPITAL MAY LOSE IN-PATIENT CARE - POW Lynch Expresses Concern For Shoshana Johnson
10-28-2003 NEW LIGHTS ON! EVENING CLASSES - Registration Now Open
10-28-2003 CRESTON NEWS
10-28-2003 FRN HEARS REPORTS FROM COMMUNITY - Community Partnerships To CHIPS
10-28-2003 HEAD LICE A PROBLEM FOR CALHOUN KIDS - Forty-Eight Cases Reported, FRN Organizing Attack
10-28-2003 WEST VIRGINIA SOLDER LOSES LEGS IN HOTEL ATTACK - Another WV Soldier Severely Injured
10-27-2003 SKELETAL BODY FOUND AT ST. MARYS - Fayette Hunter Discovers Another Remains
10-27-2003 WAL-MART WILL LOOK AT ALL THEIR EMPLOYEES - Illegal Aliens Arrested In 21 States
10-26-2003 BIKERS COME OUT FOR WOOD FESTIVAL POKER RUN
10-26-2003 PEOPLE, PLACES, HUMOR AND HISTORY - Sunday A Time To Reflect
10-25-2003 SEXUAL ABUSE CASES WILL GO TO GRAND JURY - Stolen Auto Found In River
10-25-2003 ATHLETIC COMPLEX COMMITTEE GETS A "SPECIAL SHINING STAR" - Over $1 Million Raised, Thousands Of Hours Of Volunteer Labor
10-25-2003 UNITED HOSPITAL WILL BUILD $265 MIL HOSPITAL NEAR CLARKSBURG
10-24-2003 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL REDUCES PROPOSED FINES - Public Information Ordinance Moved To Third Reading
10-24-2003 NATURAL GAS SHORTAGE SPURS WV INCREASES - Heating Bills Going Up
10-24-2003 OBSCENE CALL MADE TO 911
10-24-2003 GUBERNATORIAL CANDIDATE OLIVERIO FACING EIGHT CHARGES - Charged With Assaulting DNR Officer Crawley
10-24-2003 ILLEGAL ALIENS ARRESTED AT PARKERSBURG WAL-MART - Wal-Mart Disallows Responsibility
10-24-2003 GROUPS SUE ARMY CORP OF ENGINEERS OVER MOUNTAINTOP PRACTICES - 1,200 Miles Of Streams Buried
10-24-2003 PLEASANT COUNTY COACHES RESIGN OVER ALCOHOL INCIDENT
10-23-2003 WHITNEY JOHNSON RECEIVES PERFECT SCORE - State Writing Assessment Test
10-23-2003 THE BEETLE BUGS ARE BACK - What To Do, What To Do
10-23-2003 OMENS OF WINTER CROSS COUNTRYSIDE - Perfect Football Weather, Here's The Forecast
10-23-2003 SPENCER VENEER BUYS GOODRICH BUILDING - Seventy Jobs To Be Created
10-23-2003 PSC APPROVES NATURAL GAS PRICE HIKES
10-22-2003 CALHOUN'S STUDENT ENROLLMENT DROPS 217 SINCE '99 - Declining Numbers Means Funding Cuts
10-22-2003 ARREST MADE IN MURDER OF BRAXTON MAN
10-22-2003 LAWMAKERS TOLD TO REVAMP STATE POLICE - Study Says To Close Detachments
10-22-2003 APRIL FRYMIER WINS LOGO CONTEST
10-22-2003 SECOND MAN CHARGED WITH SEXUAL ABUSE OF CHILD - Preliminary Hearings Friday For Rose And Verbus
10-21-2003 CRESTON NEWS
10-21-2003 CELL PHONE SERVICE WILL GET BOOST IN CLAY, BRAXTON AND ROANE
10-21-2003 ATV RULES - The Return Of The Debate
10-20-2003 DEMS GEAR UP FOR 2004 - Gilmer Event Draws Big Crowd, Democrats Represent American Dream
10-20-2003 KENTUCKY MAN ARRESTED IN BRAXTON MAN'S MURDER
10-20-2003 INCREASED MISDEMEANOR FINES ON COUNCIL AGENDA - Special Meeting Tonight
10-20-2003 HUNTER INJURED BY SHOTGUN BLAST - Incident Under Investigation
10-20-2003 MAKE A DIFFERENCE DAY - AmeriCorp Project
10-20-2003 JONES, TITUS AND WOODFORD ADMITTED TO STATE BAR
10-20-2003 DNR INVESTIGATING HUNTING ACCIDENT - Black Bear Cub Spotted In Frozen
10-19-2003 RED LETTER NIGHT FOR LITTLE JORDAN FALLS - Child Has Received Transplant
10-19-2003 CALHOUN MARRIAGES - September, 2003
10-19-2003 QUEEN FLORA IN BLACK WALNUT PARADE
10-18-2003 WORKFORCE WV HAS GRANTSVILLE OPEN HOUSE - Free Job Fair In Parkersburg
10-18-2003 STATE DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS MOVING AHEAD - Supreme Court Declares Them Legal
10-17-2003 STUDENTS WHO RETAINED PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS
10-17-2003 VIRGINIA GOVERNOR WANTS MORE THAN A PEANUT - ARC Funding Cut, Iraq Gets $87 Billion Installment
10-17-2003 GAS FIRE DOES MINIMAL DAMAGE - Road Run Road Residence
10-17-2003 BRAXTON MAN'S BODY FOUND IN TRASH CAN
10-17-2003 REGIONAL JAIL BILL GOING UP, AGAIN - Counties Face Financial Problems Over Charges
10-17-2003 PINE CREEK MAN CHARGED WITH SEXUAL ABUSE - Richards Probable Cause Hearing Postponed
10-16-2003 GLENVILLE COP'S CASE WILL BE HEARD IN WEBSTER COUNTY
10-16-2003 ALDELPHIA CABLE INCREASING FEES
10-15-2003 NO NEWS ON GRANTSVILLE STABBING
10-15-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
10-15-2003 DEPUTY RICHARDS RECEIVES $5,000 SCHOLARSHIP - Cromley Wants To Make A Difference
10-15-2003 FOOD PANTRY HELPS CALHOUN'S NEEDY - Every Day Of The Year, Food Drive Big Success
10-15-2003 GIANT PIPELINE PROJECT CANCELED - Not Enough Customers
10-15-2003 HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARD
10-15-2003 GORILLA ATTACKS KROGER - Will They Survive?
10-14-2003 WIRT BALLOON LANDS IN CANADA - In Remembrance Of Cancer Survivors
10-14-2003 CRESTON NEWS
10-14-2003 KIDS HELPING KIDS - Kayla Hixon Donates Hair To Locks Of Love
10-14-2003 AMERICA DAY AT PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL - Students Focus On Patriotism
10-14-2003 SCHOOL BOARD APOLOGIZES FOR LOCKER ROOM THEFT - Expulsions Set For October 30
10-14-2003 NORMANTOWN-STUMPTOWN WATER SHORT ON CUSTOMERS - Only 30 Have Signed
10-14-2003 CAR-TRUCK COLLISION KILLS CALHOUN WOMAN - Sharp Curve In Burning Springs
10-13-2003 AN INVITE TO AL'S BARN - Tunes, Friendship And Helping Hands
10-13-2003 BATTLE CONTINUES OVER PROPOSED CONVENIENCE STORE - Morris Properties LCC Seeking State Property
10-13-2003 SCHOOL BOARD MEETS TONIGHT - Grading, Dual Credit And Testing Out Listed On Agenda
10-13-2003 HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARD
10-12-2003 GHOSTS, GOBLINS, HEADS AND A BURIAL GROUND - Etta Coon Likes Halloween
10-11-2003 CALHOUN HIGH HOMECOMING PARADE - Lots Of Spectators
10-11-2003 HOMECOMING QUEEN 2003 BRITTANY CHURCH
10-11-2003 THIEVES RAID CALHOUN HIGH LOCKER ROOM
10-10-2003 HOTEL RESTORATION HITS A SNAG - Tax Problem Will Be Resolved
10-10-2003 JACKSON PHYSICIAN WILL PAY $300,000 FOLLOWING CLAIM
10-10-2003 THIS SNAKE HAD A BAD ATTITUDE - Scott Bailey Nailed It First
10-09-2003 SGT. CAMPBELL NEW DETACHMENT COMMANDER - "It Takes A Community..."
10-08-2003 HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARD
10-08-2003 EQUIPMENT STOLEN FROM COUNTY PARK
10-08-2003 GLENVILLE COP CASE STARTS NEXT WEEK - Jarvis Sentencing Postponed, Richards Appearance Set October 16
10-08-2003 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP REQUIREMENTS INCREASED - Maintain Financial Stability Of Fund
10-07-2003 GRANTSVILLE'S NAPA STORE SOLD - Wilson And Sears Will Continue With Operation
10-07-2003 TOWN EMPLOYEE PAY RAISES ON HOLD - Ron Gordon Officially Police Chief, Mayor Wants "Sunshine"
10-07-2003 EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY SET FOR MARCH, 2004
10-07-2003 NOW YOU SEE IT, NOW YOU DON'T - Man Takes Regulator From Calhoun Control
10-07-2003 PARKERSBURG'S WTAP-TV SIGNAL WILL SOON IMPROVE
10-07-2003 $100,000 GRANT APPLICATIONS DISCUSSED BY COMMISSION - Wayne Underwood Field Recipient, Park Improvements Sought
10-07-2003 CRESTON NEWS
10-07-2003 COUNCIL WANTS SOLUTIONS TO DECAYING TOWN HALL - "Clearly And Legally" Do It Right
10-07-2003 HEALTHY LIFE-STYLE NUTRITION CLASSES - Free Services, Beginning October 14, 2003
10-06-2003 CHALLENGE WV SEEKS QUALITY EDUCATION THROUGH COMMUNITY SCHOOLS - Conference Friday In Huntington
10-06-2003 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL WILL DISCUSS CHIEF'S JOB, EMPLOYEE PAY RAISES AND PROPERTY ISSUES - Monday 7 P.M. At Courthouse
10-06-2003 CALHOUN COUNTY'S FIRST ANNUAL "WALK FOR WOMEN" - BCCSP Offers Free Medical Screening
10-06-2003 CALHOUN COMMISSION WILL SCHEDULE SPECIAL ELECTION
10-06-2003 JOE MANCHIN SAYS "I PLAN TO WORK HARDER THAN ANYONE YOU KNOW"
10-05-2003 900 JOBS LOOMING AT RAVENSWOOD ALUMINUM PLANT - Pending Sale Could Affect Future
10-05-2003 OCTOBERFEST A GRAND COMMUNITY EVENT
10-05-2003 TRUCK ROLLS OVER ON LIBERTY HILL - Driver Escapes Injury
10-04-2003 CELEBRATE HARVEST TIME AT OCTOBERFEST - "Come Out And Spend The Day"
10-04-2003 MORRIS BANNED FROM BANKING - Fined $5,000 By FDIC
10-04-2003 FOUR WIRT RESIDENTS INJURED AFTER GAME - EMS Dispatches Four Ambulances To Big Bend Area
10-03-2003 JOE MANCHIN WILL COME TO SUNNY CAL, TONIGHT - "I Expect To Meet Some Calhoun Folks I Have Not Met"
10-03-2003 BREAST CANCER CAN BE TREATED SUCCESSFULLY - Screening Program Reaches Out To Women
10-03-2003 HELP AVAILABLE FOR HEATING BILLS - Three Programs Can Bring Some Relief
10-02-2003 DEER STARTING TO MOVE - Collision Season Has Begun
10-02-2003 CALHOUN HIGH STUDENTS ORGANIZING PROTEST - Time Of Homecoming Parade An Issue
10-02-2003 OUT FOR A STROLL - Caught On Camera
10-02-2003 STUDENT PROTEST LIKELY CALLED OFF - Homecoming Parade Will Be During School Time
10-02-2003 HEAR THAT GIANT SUCKING SOUND - Parkersburg's Schott Glass Going Abroad
10-01-2003 CLAY COUNTY GETS $500,000 EDUCATION GRANT
10-01-2003 OLD HOTEL WENT ON THE BLOCK - Furnishings Sold At Auction
10-01-2003 REAL ESTATE FAMILY DIVERTS $21 MIL IN JACKSON - Now Filing For Bankruptcy
09-30-2003 RAVENSWOOD ALUMINUM PLANT MUST BE SOLD
09-29-2003 WV RESIDENTS HAVE LOST HOMES TO HOME EQUITY OUTFITS - Hedges Says Companies Use Loopholes To Entice
09-29-2003 CENSUS BUREAU SAYS WV POVERTY NUMBERS BAD - National Poverty Rate Up
09-29-2003 CRESTON NEWS
09-29-2003 WEST FORK'S SMILIN' GIRL WINS MOLASSES QUILT - Emily Brook Keaton
09-29-2003 ALWAYS AT THE END OF THE PARADE - But Worth The Wait
09-28-2003 GRANTSVILLE LANDMARK ON THE BLOCK - Grantsville Hotel And Restaurant Auction Will Be Tuesday
09-28-2003 RAIN HOLDS OFF FOR MOLASSES PARADE - A 2003 Scrapbook
09-27-2003 FORMER CHS STUDENT HAPPY WITH KEEPSAKE
09-27-2003 A FAVORITE: MOLASSES FESTIVAL PARADE - Gospel Sing Big Success
09-26-2003 MOLASSES FESTIVAL CONTINUES - Pancakes, Sausage, Molasses And Gospel Music
09-26-2003 MOLASSES ROYALTY SELECTED AT ARNOLDSBURG - McKown And Boggs King And Queen
09-26-2003 CALHOUN STUDENTS SCORE WELL ON STATE-WIDE TEST - WV Writing Assessments
09-26-2003 MOLASSES FESTIVAL PRETTY BABIES - It Was Smilin' Time
09-26-2003 JOHNSON NEW EMS DIRECTOR - "It Is Always A Challenge"
09-25-2003 36TH MOLASSES FEST KING AND QUEEN - Crowning Event Tonight
09-25-2003 WEST FORK RIDING CLUB - Annual Youth Horse Show October 5
09-25-2003 TEAM TEACHING AT PLEASANT HILL KINDERGARTEN - Staff Members Recognized
09-25-2003 JONES INDICTED FOR SECOND ROANE MURDER - Jarvis Scheduled For Sentencing
09-23-2003 RUSSELL LYNCH #1 ON INDIEWORLD CHART - His Voice Sinks Deep Into The Spirit
09-23-2003 WEST NILE STILL LOITERING - Confirmed Case In Panhandle
09-23-2003 CRESTON NEWS
09-23-2003 ALTIZER ROAD MAN "SATISFACTORY" AFTER SUNDAY ACCIDENT
09-23-2003 CALHOUN HAS DIRE EDUCATIONAL NEEDS - Southern School Study Raises Funding Questions
09-22-2003 BIG ROOT BRIDGE REPLACEMENT UNDERWAY - "Junk Stump Bridge" On Rt. 7 Among Worst
09-22-2003 HANLIN RECOVERING FROM MASSIVE INFECTION - DOH Supervisor May Be Released This Week
09-22-2003 ARNOLDSBURG MAN PINNED BETWEEN VEHICLES - Endicott LifeFlighted To CAMC
09-21-2003 POPULATION UPS AND DOWNS - How Things Have Changed
09-20-2003 A VISION OF CALHOUN'S FUTURE - The Bloody Hammer Of "Bigger," Hills Are A Curse And A Blessing
09-20-2003 NO HUMAN CASES OF WEST NILE IN STATE - Three Horses Infected
09-20-2003 WATER FLOODS GRANTSVILLE STREETS - Main Water Line Break
09-19-2003 CLAY BANK REPLACES NEWEST PRESIDENT - Shake-up Follows Audits And Examinations, Board Says Legg Resigned
09-19-2003 CALHOUN DIVORCES - August 2003
09-19-2003 RUSH CONTINUES RECOVERY - Injured September 14 In ATV Accident
09-18-2003 THE GREAT SCHOOL DESK GIVE-A-WAY - Last Of Calhoun High Artifacts
09-18-2003 $13,000 IN STOLEN PROPERTY DISCOVERED - John Richards Charged With Receiving, Case Continued
09-18-2003 MOCK DISASTER VICTIMS RESCUED FROM NYA BUILDING - Two Firemen Slightly Injured
09-18-2003 DEFENSE MOTIONS FILED IN GLENVILLE POLICEMAN'S CASE - Block Personnel Records From Evidence
09-18-2003 4-H CLOVER CAMPAIGN RAISES FUNDS - National 4-H Week October 5-11
09-17-2003 STIR, STIR AND STIR SOME MORE - Seniors Have Long Apple Butter Day
09-17-2003 THINGS I THINK I HEARD ON THE SCANNER - Streaker Spotted At County Park
09-17-2003 MHHCC WELCOMES NEW DOCTOR - Dr. Debra Sequeira
09-17-2003 4-WHEELER VICTIM OUT OF ICU - Shawn Rush Improving
09-17-2003 NATURAL GAS PRICES GO UP - Clean The Smoke Stack, Sharpen The Ax
09-17-2003 ISABEL HITTING WV THURSDAY NIGHT - Flooding Expected
09-16-2003 CALHOUN SCHOOLS VENTURE WITH GLENVILLE STATE - Personnel Issue And Citizen Appeal Addressed
09-16-2003 CRESTON NEWS
09-16-2003 RUSH REMAINS CRITICAL AFTER 4-WHEELER ACCIDENT - Four Others Sent To Area Hospitals From Wrecks
09-16-2003 CALHOUN BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING - Excerpts From Minutes
09-15-2003 SWEEP SCREENING FOR NEW STUDENTS - Speech, Language, Vision And Hearing Tests
09-15-2003 MAN INJURED BY 4-WHEELER ON BEECH ROAD - Rush Being Evaluated At CAMC
09-15-2003 HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARD
09-15-2003 RUSH CRITICAL AFTER 4-WHEELER ACCIDENT
09-15-2003 FOUR SENT TO HOSPITAL IN THREE ACCIDENTS - Fire Breaks Out In Big Bend Barn
09-14-2003 KNOTTS MEMORIAL RECOGNIZES CALHOUN SERVANTS - "Sometimes They Sacrifice Much"
09-13-2003 STATE POLICE ERADICATE 600 MARIJUANA PLANTS - Raid On Norman Ridge
09-13-2003 TWO ACCIDENTS IN SEPARATE PARTS OF COUNTY - Busy Day For Emergency Services
09-13-2003 CALHOUN STUDENTS SHOULD START SCHOLARSHIPS EARLY
09-13-2003 LINCOLN PARENTS CHALLENGE SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION - Suit Filed Yesterday
09-12-2003 JOE JO'S OFFERS HOME COOKING - Open 7 Days
09-12-2003 GERMAN NAVAL SHIP GIVES QUIET SALUTE YESTERDAY
09-12-2003 APPALACHIAN REGIONAL COMMISSION FACING FIGHT - Ups and Downs In Congress
09-11-2003 REFLECTION AND PRAYER ON 9-11 ANNIVERSARY - A Silent Vigil Tonight On Hamilton Field
09-11-2003 STATE POLICE RAID MARIJUANA FIELD, MAYBE - 1,000 Plants Found, Maybe
09-11-2003 COMMISSION SEEKING COUNTY IMPROVEMENTS - Focus On Grants, 911 Center And Health Insurance
09-11-2003 WEST NILE VIRUS CONFIRMED IN ROANE COUNTY
09-10-2003 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL HAS NEW FACES
09-10-2003 FURR'S AUTO DONATE POLICE CRUISER - Sheriff's Department Expresses Thanks
09-10-2003 FIRE DESTROYS SPENCER HOUSE - Flames Leaping From Roof
09-10-2003 NATIONAL HEALTH COMMITTEE IMPRESSED WITH CALHOUN'S SERVICES
09-10-2003 POLICE SAY CALHOUN MAN DRIVER IN FATAL CRASH - Funeral Tuesday For Brohard Man
09-10-2003 TWO ARRAIGNMENTS SCHEDULED FOR CIRCUIT COURT
09-09-2003 NINE HUNDRED RITCHIE JOBS GONE SOUTH - NAFTA "There Is No Free Trade About It"
09-09-2003 CRESTON NEWS
09-09-2003 REPORTER SAYS COUNCIL VIOLATED OPEN MEETING LAW - Minney Said Actions Null And Void, Executive Session Illegal
09-08-2003 A NEW TATER KING IS BORN - Super-Duper Secret Formula
09-08-2003 COMMISSION WILL DISCUSS 911 FACILITY, INSURANCE, AND GRANT APPLICATIONS
09-08-2003 PROTECTING STATE'S WATER BEING CONSIDERED - Draft Bill Expected For Legislature
09-07-2003 THIEVES AND VANDALS PLAY HAVOC IN CLAY
09-07-2003 BEDROOM FIRE BROUGHT UNDER CONTROL - Two Fire Departments Respond To Beech Road
09-06-2003 HEROES AMONGST US - Calhoun Boys Honored For Rescue Efforts
09-06-2003 COMMISSIONS VOTING ON OFFICIAL LANGUAGE
09-06-2003 OHIO POLICE OFFICER UPSET WITH JUDICIAL SYSTEM - Wants John Richards
09-05-2003 SYCAMORE LOW-WATER BRIDGE STRUCK BY FLOODING - De'Lorenzo Says It Is Unsafe
09-05-2003 WAL-MART STATE'S LARGEST EMPLOYER - Hospitals Next In Line
09-04-2003 LITTLE KANAWHA HITS PEAK EARLY WEDNESDAY
09-04-2003 FLASH FLOODING HITS ARNOLDSBURG ROAD - Spencer to Calhoun Line
09-04-2003 OLD CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL SOLD - Affordable Housing Proposed, Other Grantsville Projects
09-04-2003 JUDGE RULES IN TOWN HALL PROPERTY CASE - Satterfield's Proposal "Null And Void"
09-04-2003 SCHOOL TEACHER FORMULA CAN BE "CATASTROPHIC" - Calhoun Superintendent Ron Blankenship
09-03-2003 REEDY HAS MAJOR FLOODING - Water "Did Everything Backwards"
09-03-2003 RICHARDS ARRAIGNED ON STOLEN PROPERTY CHARGES - Brian Rush Case
09-03-2003 WATER RUSHES DOWN SYCAMORE - Damages Sampson Residence
09-03-2003 LYNCH HAS $1 MILLION BOOK DEAL - Released Expected In November
09-03-2003 LITTLE KANAWHA RIVER BASIN WILL BE STUDIED
09-02-2003 DOWNPOUR CAUSES LOCAL FLOODING - More Rain In Forecast
09-02-2003 LOCAL BEAUTIES SPEND DAY IN PHOTO SHOOT - Making A Commercial & Building Portfolios
08-31-2003 CALHOUN'S EARLY GRIST MILLS - A Grist Mill List
08-31-2003 JARVIS DIES FROM GUNSHOT - Police Respond To Shooting Incident
08-31-2003 DRUG CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST COUPLE - Police Process In Wrong Jurisdiction
08-31-2003 FOURTH ANNUAL VETS DINNER BIG SUCCESS - Honoring Those Who Served
08-31-2003 MORE THAN 1,000 LEADS ON SNIPER CASE - Kanawha Arrests Are Up
08-30-2003 CRESTON NEWS
08-30-2003 CALHOUN CLICKED ON ALL CYLINDERS - Gaylen Duskey Says "Price" Was Right
08-29-2003 CLEVELAND TV PERSONALITY WRITES ABOUT HUR - "My Hur"
08-29-2003 RESOURCES FOR CALHOUN HISTORY BUFFS - History, Genealogy And Photos
08-29-2003 SPEAKER KISS BUSINESS FAVORITE - Justice McGraw Targeted For Defeat
08-29-2003 JEFF HARRIS TO SPEAK AT VICTORY BAPTIST - Husband Of Accident Victim
08-28-2003 FIRE DESTROYS HALL DWELLING - Structure On Ground When Reported
08-28-2003 GIRL'S WHEREABOUTS REMAINS MYSTERY - Christian Starcher Seabolt Vanishes
08-28-2003 THUNDER RIDGE RACETRACK IS MOVING AHEAD - "Too Good A Project To Go Away..."
08-27-2003 ICE SCHOLARSHIP THANKS OFFUTT FAMILY - Looking For New Contributors
08-27-2003 NATIONAL HEALTH CARE GROUP VISITING CALHOUN - Health Problems In Rural America
08-27-2003 ATTEMPTED MURDER HEARING CONTINUED - Stutler's Bond Terms Clarified
08-27-2003 SPENCER POSTAL WORKER TO BE SENTENCED - Associate Will Spend Ten Years In Prison
08-27-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Clay Prosecutor In Hot Water, OxyContin West Virginia Favorite
08-26-2003 SCHOOL BOARD DEALS WITH SOCCER ISSUE - Routine Business, Transfers And Personnel
08-26-2003 CRESTON NEWS
08-26-2003 ALLEGHENY POWER SAYS IT CAN UPGRADE - Company Pivoting On Bankruptcy
08-26-2003 WRITERS GROUP RETREATS BESIDE MIDDLE FORK
08-26-2003 WIRT YOUTH ADVANTAGE PROGRAM - Job Shadowing With Elizabeth Michaels
08-26-2003 WV MINING RECLAMATION DIRECTOR FIRED - "Never Return To Building"
08-26-2003 GASOLINE PRICES A RECORD INCREASE - Hit $3 A Gallon In Some States
08-25-2003 CALHOUN AIN'T GOT NO POKER MACHINES - "Outside-The-Box" Cash Will Bring Jobs To WV
08-25-2003 GLENVILLE STATE FACES DEFICITS WITH FEES - Commuters Now Charged $50
08-23-2003 SPENCER NEWSPAPERS GET TOP HONORS AGAIN - Calhoun Resident Neil Grahame Award-Winning Cartoonist
08-23-2003 NO INJURIES IN STINSON ACCIDENT
08-22-2003 STATE'S ECONOMIC GRANTS STILL ON HOLD - Legal Questions Pending
08-22-2003 PANEL SAYS MOORE SHOULD NOT GET LAW LICENSE - Former Gov. Wants License Back
08-22-2003 KANAWHA SNIPER SHOOTINGS LINKED - Sketch Of Suspect Released
08-21-2003 COMMITTEE DROPS BOTH RACETRACKS - Angry Debate: Winners And Losers
08-21-2003 CALHOUN'S "WORST" BRIDGE BEING REPLACED
08-21-2003 STUTLER RELEASED ON $100,000 BOND - Hearing Set For Next Week
08-20-2003 STUTLER CHARGED WITH ATTEMPTED 1ST DEGREE MURDER - Bond Set At $100,000
08-20-2003 GAS PRICES A JUMPIN'
08-20-2003 WEST NILE COUNT RISING
08-19-2003 LITTLE CREEK MAN SHOT IN "AMBUSH" - Police Looking For Suspect
08-19-2003 CRESTON NEWS
08-19-2003 POTHOLES IN GRANTSVILLE BEING FILLED
08-19-2003 VICTORIA LAMONT QUEEN FLORA XLI - Represents Wood Festival At Parkersburg Homecoming
08-19-2003 WIRT GRADUATE RECEIVES NATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP
08-19-2003 POLICE LOOKING FOR SHOOTER - Victim Ambushed In Backwoods
08-18-2003 TWO CALHOUN BRIDGES FLUNK SAFETY STANDARDS - Annamoriah Bridge Being Replaced, Junk Stump Bridge Has Serious Problems
08-18-2003 YOUTH FOOTBALL KICKS OFF AT WAYNE UNDERWOOD
08-18-2003 ECONOMIC PROJECT LIST NARROWED TO 62 - Skidmore's Flatwood Track Opposed At Last Minute
08-18-2003 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL - Audit Being Processed
08-18-2003 LITTLE CREEK MAN SHOT - Police Looking For Suspect In Shooting
08-17-2003 PARKERSBURG HAS BIG BOOM - Homecoming Fireworks Blows Up
08-17-2003 ATTIC FIRE IN ALLEN RESIDENCE - Walnut Road Off Route 16
08-16-2003 HARRIS DOING AMAZINGLY WELL - Recovery Will Take Several Months
08-16-2003 CAPITO DISCUSSES RURAL HEALTH CARE IN GRANTSVILLE - King And Queen Of Long Term Care Present Gifts
08-16-2003 EIGHT COMPLETE FIRST RNFA PROGRAM - Laura Starcher Class Member
08-16-2003 JOBLESS RATE WORSENS IN 44 COUNTIES
08-16-2003 KANAWHA SNIPER SHOOTING VICTIMS AT CONVENIENCE STORES
08-16-2003 SENIORS HAVE ANNUAL PICNIC - Congresswoman Capito Stops By
08-16-2003 KANAWHA KILLINGS CAME FROM SAME CALIBER WEAPON
08-15-2003 4-H GROUP HAS NORTH BEND CAMP OUT
08-15-2003 WEST NILE REPORTED IN 11 COUNTIES - Birds Being Sent For Evaluation
08-15-2003 VEHICLE STRIKES PARKED CARS, MOTORCYCLE INJURES DRIVER AND RATTLESNAKES
08-15-2003 BLOODY THURSDAY IN KANAWHA COUNTY - Four Murdered In Kanawha, Two Shot At Convenience Stores
08-15-2003 MAN DIES IN CRASH WITH STATE POLICEMAN - Investigation
08-15-2003 CLAY WOMAN FACING CHARGES OVER SHOOTING
08-15-2003 ARNOLDSBURG VFD MAKES "RESCUE" REAL - Demonstration For Bible School
08-14-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Troopers Involved In Two Fatalities, Boone Fireman Killed In Fire House, Student Poisons Teacher
08-14-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
08-14-2003 CALHOUN MARRIAGES - June 30 - August 1, 2003
08-14-2003 SEN. BOLEY MAKES FINAL OFFICIAL VISIT - Recognized For $185,000 Grant To Senior Center
08-14-2003 TRUCK PLUNGES OFF BARNES RUN BRIDGE - Altizer Man Taken To Minnie Hamilton
08-14-2003 TWO FOUND MURDERED IN CADDY - Charleston Shootings Continue
08-14-2003 MORRISION INJURED IN HORSING ACCIDENT - Family Requesting Help
08-14-2003 NE USA WITHOUT POWER - Grid Has Malfunctioned, Akron-Cleveland Area Without Power, 500 Mile Area
08-13-2003 WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD LOOKING BRIGHT
08-13-2003 IVYDALE MAN GETS SETTLEMENT IN $5 MILLION LAWSUIT - Claims State Police Beat Him, Finding No Illegal Drugs
08-13-2003 911 CENTER CONSIDERED BY COMMISSION - Family Court Wants Different Space, Insurance Issues Discussed
08-13-2003 FIELD OF PLAYERS INCREASES IN GUV'S RACE - Will Icky Frye Be The Next Governor?
08-13-2003 BLOWING IN THE WIND - Wind Farms Produce Energy And Problems
08-12-2003 RED DEVIL MARCHING BAND TUNING UP
08-12-2003 CRESTON NEWS
08-12-2003 NEW VETERANS FACE HEALTH CARE PROBLEMS - Access To Care A Problem
08-12-2003 LIGHTS ON! FALL CLASSES - Music And Video For Students And Adults
08-12-2003 LESTER AND JAKE - Big Fiddlin' Winners This Summer
08-12-2003 SENATOR BOLEY WILL PRESENT $25,000 TO SENIOR CENTER - Senator Kessler, Delegate Stemple, Local Officials Will Attend
08-12-2003 WISE ANNOUNCES HE IS NOT RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR
08-12-2003 GOVERNOR BOB WISE'S STATEMENT - Not To Seek Re-Election
08-11-2003 STURM REUNION AT COUNTY PARK - Recollections Of Sycamore
08-11-2003 PFIZER CUTTING OFF CANADA? - Upset Over Selling Drugs To Americans
08-11-2003 FIREMAN'S FESTIVAL HAS GOOD TURNOUT - "Good Music, Good Time"
08-11-2003 JOE STARCHER RETURNS FROM IRAQ - "I Could Only Imagine..."
08-11-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Shootings,WV Water Going Up, Do Not Call List And Cyclist Killed By Overweight Truck
08-10-2003 WATER HEATER CAUSES MOBILE HOME FIRE - GVFD Quickly Extinguish Blaze, Auto Accidents Reported
08-09-2003 COMMISSION SEEKS BETTER TELECOMMUNICATIONS FOR CALHOUN - Setting Stage For Economic Development
08-09-2003 NICHOLSON PICKED-UP BY AUTHORITIES - Grantsville Man Had Been Fleeing
08-09-2003 REPORTER SAYS COUNCIL VIOLATED OPEN MEETING LAW - Minney Said Actions Null And Void, Executive Session Illegal
08-08-2003 WEST VIRGINIA STATE FAIR TRIP - Saturday August 16-Sponsored By Lights On
08-08-2003 GLENVILLE FIRES POLICEMAN - Kendall Indicted On Multiple Charges
08-08-2003 BIG BEND MAN CHARGED WITH SHOOTING - Accidents And Fires
08-08-2003 WEST FORK BLUEGRASS FEST KICKS OFF - Music And Fireworks Saturday
08-08-2003 JACK'S DOUGH - Twists And Turns, Two People Arrested
08-08-2003 SPILLS, SPILLS, SPILLS - More Routine Than Not
08-07-2003 THUNDER RIDGE RACETRACK WILL BE REVIEWED - Flatwoods Project Would Cost $27 Million
08-07-2003 FERGUSON INFANT "HORRIBLY ABUSED" - Case Before Roane Jury
08-07-2003 4-H "CLOVER CAMPAIGN' ONE BUCK AT A TIME - Helping 4-H Camps And Projects
08-07-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - "Saving Jessica Lynch," Salting And Sprinkling And WV Gets The Bucks
08-07-2003 BAR CUSTOMER SHOOTS TV - Hilltop Inn Incident On Rt. 5
08-06-2003 POT GROWERS BUSTED IN WIRT
08-06-2003 JACKPOT WINNER WHITTAKER ROBBED - $545,000 Recovered
08-06-2003 POSTALWAIT WILL BE GRANTSVILLE'S ATTORNEY
08-06-2003 WIRT RAIDERS ATTACK POT PATCHES - Police Net $3 Million
08-06-2003 HISTORIC STERNWHEELER BURNS ON LITTLE KANAWHA
08-06-2003 GOV. WISE REPORTEDLY NOT SEEKING RE-ELECTION
08-05-2003 CRESTON NEWS
08-05-2003 DR. KHOURY REMOVED FROM MEDICAL PROBATION - Satisfies WV Board Of Medicine
08-05-2003 GRANTSVILLE'S TOWN HALL DEAL SPINNING - Nibert Will Give Decision On Next Step
08-05-2003 FLATWOODS WILL BUILD $1.8 MIL BUILDING FOR NEW TENANTS
08-04-2003 ATV LEGISLATION ON FAST TRACK - Issue Up For Eighth Year
08-04-2003 PROCIOUS WATER OPERATOR TAKES LONG BREAK - Leaves Plant Making Water On Its Own
08-03-2003 HEATING BILLS MAY HURT POCKETBOOKS - Companies Seek Increases
08-03-2003 CALHOUN SOLDIERS WELCOMED HOME - Parsons And Heiney Complete Basic Training
08-02-2003 POSTALWAIT NEW ASSISTANT RITCHIE PROSECUTOR - Sworn To Service Friday
08-02-2003 MINNIE HAMILTON MAKES AMBULANCE PROPOSAL - EMS Board Will Study Matter
08-02-2003 NEW BLEACHERS COMPLETED - Red Devil Field
08-02-2003 BELL HOMECOMING DELAYED - John Griffin Covering Return Of Wirt Soldiers
08-02-2003 TURNING LANE PROJECT AT SCHOOL NEAR COMPLETION
08-01-2003 MHHCC DENTAL CLINIC HAS OPEN HOUSE - A Variety Of Family Dentistry Services
08-01-2003 POLICE INVESTIGATING BRIDGE VANDALS - Wirt Bridge Painted With "Statements"
08-01-2003 GRASSLAND RESERVE PROGRAM - Assistance For Rehabilitating Grasslands
07-31-2003 HARRIS IMPROVING AFTER SECOND SURGERY
07-31-2003 SPENCER BRAWL SUSPECT AT LARGE - Nathan Murray Dies After Fight
07-31-2003 JOINT SERVICES FOR ACCIDENT VICTIMS - Two-Car Wreck Near Spencer
07-31-2003 SGT. BELL'S WIRT VISIT IS DELAYED - Surgery Scheduled In Dallas
07-30-2003 300 SCHOOLS FLAGGED FOR PROBLEMS - Local Schools Affected By "No Child Left Behind"
07-30-2003 COMPUTERS $750 OR LESS TAX FREE THIS WEEKEND - WV's Sales Tax Holiday
07-30-2003 FORMER GOV. UNDERWOOD RELEASED FROM HOSPITAL - Receives New Pacemaker
07-30-2003 RICHARDS NEW DEPUTY SHERIFF - Will Enter Police Academy In 2004
07-30-2003 SHINING STAR AWARD GIVEN TO COMMUNITY
07-30-2003 MORGAN RETIRES AS CALHOUN PROSECUTOR - A Farewell Party
07-30-2003 MARS COMING CLOSER THAN IN PAST 66,000 YEARS - Not Since Neanderthals Will There Be Such A Sight
07-29-2003 CRESTON NEWS
07-29-2003 HARRIS SERIOUSLY INJURED IN THREE VEHICLE COLLISION - At Least Five Taken To Hospital
07-29-2003 SECOND VICTIM DIES IN SPENCER WRECK - Charges May be Pending
07-29-2003 CALHOUN WRECK VICTIM "TOUCH AND GO" LAST NIGHT - Condition May Be Improving
07-28-2003 GRANNYSHEE WOMAN BITTEN BY COPPERHEAD - Cyclist Injured Near Chloe
07-28-2003 GIRL ATTACKED BY RABID BEAVER
07-28-2003 NORMANTOWN-STUMPTOWN WATER EXTENSION COMING - Water Improvements To Calhoun County On Board
07-28-2003 CLASS OF 1978 - Twenty Five Years Later
07-28-2003 OPAL "MAW" CONNOLLY TURNS 95 - Send Her A Card
07-28-2003 WIRT HAS MORE "WELCOME HOME" EVENTS FOR SOLDIERS - Sgt. Bell Returns To Newark Thursday
07-28-2003 JACKSON MURDER SUSPECT FOUND DEAD IN MISSOURI - Gary Lynn Culp Sought For Killing Wife
07-27-2003 LIGHTS ON & READ - Children And Parents Enjoy Season Kick-Off
07-27-2003 SCHOOL BOARD DEALS WITH PERSONNEL ISSUES - Two Expulsions Heard
07-27-2003 A KEYSTONE KOPS KIND OF HOLDUP - Robbers Strike Traders Bank
07-27-2003 BANK ROBBERS GET $250,000 IN TRADERS BANK HEIST - Get-A-Way Car Strikes Dozen Vehicles, Authorities End Chase In Ohio
07-26-2003 NEW SUB-STATION ESTABLISHED AT MINNORA - Conflict Over EMS Changing Locations
07-26-2003 COUNTY PARK BARN GETS SHINY NEW ROOF
07-26-2003 JARVIS STORE MOVED TO COUNTY PARK - Its Second Relocation
07-26-2003 MINNEY SWORN AS CALHOUN PROSECUTOR - Justice Larry Starcher Performs Ceremony
07-26-2003 AIR-WING UNIT MEMBERS MAY STAY ON ACTIVE DUTY - Was Scheduled For August 2nd Return
07-26-2003 KOREAN WAR HAS NEVER BEEN OVER - We Honor Those Who Served
07-25-2003 STATE LOOKING TO INSURE MORE KIDS
07-25-2003 PLANT SUED FOR TAPING EMPLOYEE CONVERSATIONS - Ravenswood Workers Seek Damages
07-24-2003 CLAY'S POLICE CHIEF HISTORY - All Cases Have Been Dropped
07-24-2003 BURGESS RESIGNS AS EMS CHIEF - Board Will Post For Replacement
07-24-2003 FORMER SPENCER POSTAL CLERK PLEADS GUILTY - Participated In Postal Truck Hold-Ups
07-24-2003 ARTIST JOHNSON'S "A HERO'S HOMECOMING" - A Message From Charlotte Godfrey
07-24-2003 NASTY SLIP FIXED AT MINNORA - WVDOT Spending $100,000 On Problem
07-24-2003 DARRIEN MCKOWN STARTS RACING CAREER - A First Time Winner
07-24-2003 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HELPS CALHOUN EMS - $1,300 Donation Presented
07-24-2003 KIDS LEARN ABOUT SAFETY HAZARDS - Participants Experience "Smoke House"
07-24-2003 CULP WRITES LETTER ABOUT WIFE'S MURDER - Accused Murderer May Have Huntington's Disease
07-24-2003 FAITH AND COMMUNITY" - THE JESSICA LYNCH STORY - Jim Sullivan Helped Produce SweetSong Video
07-24-2003 UNDERWOOD COLLAPSES AT I-79 REST STOP - Admitted To CAMC
07-24-2003 BROOKSVILLE HAS TRULY HONEST MAN IN 1936 -$1 Paid 55 Years Later
07-23-2003 FORMER ST. JOE ADMINISTRATOR MURDERED - Body Found In Jackson County Grave
07-23-2003 PHARMACY STUDENT TO COMPLETE ROTATION - Bill Kelley Returns Home
07-23-2003 STUMPTOWN NEWS FROM 1908 - 'Evidence Rather Flimsy'
07-22-2003 PFC. JESSICA LYNCH STATEMENT - July 22, 2003 Elizabeth, West Virginia
07-22-2003 SEARCH FOR NICHOLSON HAS RESUMED - Failed To Turn Self In
07-22-2003 CASES COME BEFORE CIRCUIT COURT - Two Day Session
07-22-2003 WELCOME BACK - "Bringing Jessi Home"
07-22-2003 DEL. STEMPLE RECOGNIZED BY CALHOUN SCHOOLS
07-22-2003 MINNEY APPOINTED CALHOUN PROSECUTOR - Will Assume Duties August 1st
07-22-2003 ACLU FILES TO ALLOW SUNDAY HUNTING ON PRIVATE PROPERTY - Hunters And ACLU Strange Bedfellows
07-22-2003 SPENCER MAN DIES AFTER BAR FIGHT - Two Facing Charges From Borderline Nightclub Incident
07-22-2003 WIRT HAS HIGHEST UNEMPLOYMENT IN STATE
07-22-2003 PVT. JESSICA LYNCH RECEIVES MILITARY HONORS - Bronze Star, Purple Heart And Prisoner Of War Medal
07-22-2003 EDUCATOR GEORGE JOHNSON HAS DIED - Funeral Scheduled Thursday
07-21-2003 NATIVE COL. LARRY GODFREY HONORED - Victory Baptist Honors America's Soldiers
07-21-2003 CLOTHIER PLACES IN BLACK BEAR RACE - Kanawha State Forest
07-21-2003 JESSICA COMING HOME TOMORROW - Thousands Expected To Line Route 14
07-21-2003 CRESTON NEWS
07-20-2003 SEN. BYRD OUTRAGED OVER NATIONAL DEBT - The Biggest In History
07-20-2003 WIRT HELPS SECOND NATIVE SOLDIER - Sgt. David Bell
07-20-2003 EVANS AND WEAVER HEAD CALHOUN DEMS - Party Asks For Help
07-19-2003 ALLEGHENY ENERGY SEEKING $2 BILLION LOAN - Would Hold Off Bankruptcy
07-19-2003 BROOKSVILLE PARSONAGE DEDICATED - "Builders For Christ" Complete Project
07-19-2003 GORDON NEW POLICE CHIEF - "I'm Taking My Job Seriously"
07-19-2003 SCHOOL EMPLOYEE HAD NUMEROUS WEAPONS - Doused Employees With Gasoline, Shot Teacher, Upset Over Smoking
07-19-2003 AUBURN RECOVERING FROM DEVASTATING FLOOD
07-18-2003 FIREMEN ANSWER TWO CALLS THURSDAY NIGHT - Vehicle At Euclid-Nicut, Brush , Brush Fire In Grantsville
07-18-2003 ARC FUNDING COULD BE RESTORED - Calhoun Commission Looking At Projects
07-18-2003 KANAWHA SCHOOL EMPLOYEE OPENS FIRE IN MEETING - Dumps Gasoline On Man - Shoots Woman
07-18-2003 POLICE DOG SEARCHING FOR MAN - Subject Flees From Police
07-18-2003 NICHOLSON FLEES TO THE WOODS - Wanted For Parole Violation
07-18-2003 STATE RE-PURCHASES MINERALWELLS INDUSTRIAL SITE
07-18-2003 BRAXTON MAN KILLS SELF IN STANDOFF - Wanted For Several Offenses
07-17-2003 BAND BOOSTERS SEEKING SUPPORT
07-17-2003 CLASS REUNIONS 2003 - Information And Updates
07-17-2003 ROCK STEADY TO PERFORM - Tonight At The Drive-In
07-17-2003 NORMA KNOTTS SHAFFER'S WEB PAGE RETURNS - You Can Enjoy Her Labor Of Love
07-16-2003 HANDS OF VICTORY - Puppet Ministry Perform At Cedar Creek
07-16-2003 COUNTY SEEKING A PROSECUTOR - Commission Looks At Projects, Makes Appointments
07-16-2003 POUNDIN' AND PAINTIN' - Church Workers Completing Brooksville Parsonage
07-16-2003 HAZY AND HOT DAYS - Relief At Grantsville Pool
07-16-2003 FERGUSON CASE GOES TO GRAND JURY - Accused Of Freas Murder In Spencer
07-16-2003 MASSEY CHIEF BLASTS NEW HAUL LIMITS - Downplays Fatalities, Says Legislators Should Require ATV Rules
07-15-2003 HELP IS ON THE WAY? - Driving Backward On The Information Super Highway
07-15-2003 AS HELP FOR APPALACHIA TRAILS OFF - Some Places Seem As Needy As Ever
07-15-2003 "PASS THE PLATE, MOMMA! - Don't Be A Piker With The Biker!"
07-15-2003 WHAT HAPPENED TO THE "L" WORD? - They Studiously Avoid It
07-15-2003 CRESTON NEWS
07-15-2003 LYNCH COMING HOME NEXT TUESDAY - Wirt County Will Welcome Her
07-15-2003 EDUCATOR DIES IN GILMER ACCIDENT - Dorsey Scott, 67, Dies Near Conings
07-14-2003 WHEN WAS STATE ROAD BUILDING CONSTRUCTED? - Know Facts Or History?
07-14-2003 ONE-ROOM SCHOOL REUNIONS - Old-Timers Like To Reminisce, Snake Root And Russett To Union And Trace
07-14-2003 WOOD AND JACKSON TAKE WEATHER HIT - Twister Has 150 MPH Winds, Storm Sweeps North Of Calhoun
07-13-2003 CALHOUN COMMISSION SEEKING NEW PROSECUTOR - 911-EMS Structure
07-13-2003 KERBY-CONNOLLY-WHYTSELL REUNION - "What A Spread"
07-12-2003 CALHOUN DENTAL CLINIC OPEN HOUSE - A Variety Of Family Dentistry Service Offered
07-12-2003 WEATHER ALERT - Storms And High Winds
07-12-2003 SEVERE WEATHER UPDATE:THUNDERSTORMS WIND TO 70 MPH - 6 PM STORM OVER NORTHERN CALHOUN
07-12-2003 WEST VIRGINIA NATIONAL GUARDSMEN INJURED IN EMERGENCY LANDING - High Winds Encounted
07-11-2003 SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION HAS NEW QUARTERS - "No More Possums"
07-11-2003 GYM FLOOR BEING REPLACED - Middle School Court Damaged By Water
07-11-2003 WHAT KIND OF BIRD DOESN'T FLY?
07-11-2003 VICTORY BAPTIST CHURCH TO HAVE PATRIOTIC SUNDAY - Col. Larry Godfrey Guest Speaker
07-11-2003 SEVERE STORMS HIT REGION - Houses Destroyed,Calhoun Spared, 28,000 Without Electric
07-11-2003 HIGH VELOCITY TORNADO STRIKES LUBECK - Thirty Homes Damaged
07-11-2003 OIL AND GAS MUSEUM PLACED ON NATIONAL REGISTER
07-10-2003 BRAMBLEWOOD VILLAGE OFFERS A LOT - Apartments For Elderly, Disabled And Handicapped
07-10-2003 MHHCC JOB OPENINGS - ER Med-Tech And Paramedic-Security Tech
07-10-2003 HOME BLEACHERS INSTALLED AT ATHLETIC FIELD - Will Seat About 800 Spectators
07-10-2003 JEEP NEARLY LANDS IN WEST FORK - Williams Taken To Hospital
07-10-2003 BUSH EDUCATION PROGRAM NOT FUNDED - Mandates Leave West Virginia Scrambling
07-10-2003 POLICE SEIZE $2 MILLION CACHE IN POT - Flyovers Discover Plants In Ritchie
07-10-2003 ST. JOSEPH'S WILL DEVELOP OPEN HEART UNIT - Bitter Battle Is Over
07-09-2003 GLENVILE POLICEMEN INDICATED AGAIN - Incident Involved Shooting And "Unlawful Entry"
07-09-2003 YOUTH SAFETY SHOOT PROGRAM - Roane County Gun Club Event
07-09-2003 GRANTSVILLE HAS NEW COUNCIL MEMBERS - Ron Gordon Appointed Police Chief
07-09-2003 SECOND ATV DEATH IN TWO DAYS -10-Year-Old Killed
07-09-2003 HIT-AND-RUN VICTIM DISCHARGED - Little Bear Fork Incident
07-08-2003 MORE SUMMER LIGHTS ON! CLASSES - Basic Education, Golf, Computer, Fly Fishing, Woven Chairs
07-08-2003 CRESTON NEWS
07-08-2003 TWO ACCIDENTS WITHIN MINUTES - Rain Slick Roads During Storm
07-08-2003 LOST CAT
07-08-2003 GRANTSVILLE'S NEW FLAGS TORN DOWN - Winds Strike Region Last Night
07-08-2003 KIRBY'S 4TH OF JULY ADVENTURES - LK Canoeing And Rock Rappelling
07-07-2003 STUMP HOTEL RESTORATION LINGERS - Facing Financial Problems
07-07-2003 ALUMNI RECALL TIMES PAST - 16th Annual Alumni Day
07-07-2003 CALHOUN HIGH SPECIAL REUNIONS - 1948 and 1953
07-07-2003 GLENVILLE COMMUNITY "CONNECTED T0 THE WORLD" - $250,000 GSC Grant Brings Broadband
07-07-2003 TEEN DROWNS IN RITCHIE LAKE - Eric Alan Jones, 19
07-07-2003 CLEVELAND WOMAN DIES IN ATV ACCIDENT - Rock Run Declared Off Limits
07-06-2003 TELEMARKETING REGISTER OPEN TOMORROW
07-06-2003 WOMAN DIES IN ATV ACCIDENT AT ROCK RUN - Busy 4th Weekend - Two Cyclists Injured, Lost ATV Riders, Hit-And-Run
07-06-2003 ATV RIDERS LOST IN BEAR FORK - "This Was A Good Ending"
07-06-2003 THE HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARDS - Making The Community Better
07-06-2003 CALHOUN BRIDGES WILL BE REPLACED - Bryner Road And Big Root
07-06-2003 LIGHTNING STRIKES 911 CENTER - Computer And TV Equipment Destroyed
07-05-2003 HOLIDAY WEEKEND HAS ROCKY START - Cycle Wreck, Hit-And-Run And Other Incidents
07-05-2003 MOUNT ZION PSD WATER FAILS STANDARDS - Customers Issued Alert
07-05-2003 HUNDREDS WILL RETURN FOR ALUMNI DAY - Calhoun High Graduates Gather
07-04-2003 PROSECUTOR MORGAN RESIGNS - Commission Will Fill Un-expired Term
07-04-2003 THE FOUR FREEDOMS AND FROGPOND
07-03-2003 PARKERSBURG HOSPITALS VIE FOR HEART SURGERY UNIT - Decision in July
07-03-2003 "ICKY" MAY BE ON THIN ICE - Will Sell E-Mail, Run For Governor And Make Wises' Life Miserable
07-03-2003 "GOOB'S" COURAGE TWO YEARS AFTER TRAGEDY - "Courageous Student Award"
07-03-2003 BRIDGES A PROBLEM FOR HEAVY COAL TRUCKS - "Someone Is Going To Have To Pony Up Some Money"
07-03-2003 ABANDONED AUTO BURNS - Altizer Road This Morning
07-03-2003 WIRT BUSINESSMAN AND SCHOOL OFFICIAL DIES - Funeral Saturday For Lawrence Clyde Cale
07-03-2003 CRESTON NEWS
07-03-2003 WIRT EXPECTING BIG 4TH CELEBRATION - Ripley Has Annual Event
07-03-2003 MAN INJURED IN HIT AND RUN - Police Looking For Vehicle
07-02-2003 OLD GLORY FLIES IN GRANTSVILLE - Flag Project Realized
07-02-2003 FOUR DETAINED 1092ND SOLDIERS RETURN - Captured By Iranian Troops
07-02-2003 RAIN, SUN AND CLOUDS - The 4th Of July Weather
07-02-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Teens Chase Crook, Moore's Cash, $50 Library Cards And Lawsuits
07-02-2003 ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR THIS WEEKEND - WV Interstate Fair And Exposition July 14-19
07-02-2003 "STRIDE INTO SUMMER" - Walking Program Continues 8-Weeks
07-02-2003 EMPLOYEES TO PURCHASE ST. JOSEPH'S AMBULANCE - Grantsville Resident Dwane Weekley Director
07-01-2003 COMMISSION ACCEPTS MINNORA CENTER PROPERTY - Center Facing Critical Money Problems
07-01-2003 ARNOLDSBURG VFD GETS EQUIPMENT GRANT - Replace Radios And Pagers
07-01-2003 TOP STUDENTS ATTEND GOVERNOR'S ACADEMY - Barbara Shock Represents Calhoun
07-01-2003 FREE SPORTS PHYSICALS OFFERED FOR CALHOUN ATHLETES - Two Dates Announced
07-01-2003 WEAVERS WERE PIONEER SETTLERS - Reunion Held Saturday
07-01-2003 CHS CLASS OF '93 REUNION - A Fun Get-Together
07-01-2003 GRANTSVILLE'S NEW MAYOR SWORN - Blankenship In, Police Chief Leaves Job
07-01-2003 DID YOU WALK TO SCHOOL BAREFOOT? - Clay FM Radio Wants Your Stories
07-01-2003 CARS COLLIDE ON LEATHERBARK - One Taken To Hospital, More Stealing In Community
06-30-2003 CLASS OF 1983 REUNION - August 2
06-30-2003 HEY KIDS! J.A.K.E.S. DAY IS AUGUST 23 - Little Kanawha Longbeards Event For Youth
06-30-2003 HUR HERALD COLUMNIST IN HOT WATER? - Admits He Fabricated Stories
06-30-2003 MORE ON CALHOUN MOVIE HOUSES - Memories Of John And Helen Cook
06-29-2003 16TH ALUMNI EVENT SATURDAY - A Few Hundred Will Come, Same Day Registration Available
06-29-2003 CALHOUN STONE SPLITTER HAS DIED - Dare Crawford Laid Many Cellars
06-29-2003 WHIPKEYS CELEBRATE 65TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY - Fish Fry At Nobe
06-28-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Coal Routes Face Bridge Problems, Former State Police Official Disputed, Boy Gets Hoisted On Carnival Ride
06-28-2003 TECHNOLOGY "HIGHWAY" DETOURS RURAL COUNTIES - Economic Future At Stake
06-28-2003 REPUBLICANS DRUG BILL WILL HURT MOST WEST VIRGINIANS - Devilish Detail In The Fine Print
06-27-2003 BOARD VOTES TO RETURN MINNORA CENTER TO COUNTY - Critical Financial Problems, EMS Sub-Station Moving
06-27-2003 SIX INVOLVED IN ATV-CAR COLLISION - Three Children Spared Injury By Restraints
06-27-2003 STATE POLICE MAKE PERSONNEL CHANGES - Retired Official Says Young Officers Not "User Friendly"
06-27-2003 JARVIS ESCAPED WITH HIS LIFE - POW Of Korean War
06-27-2003 BULLARD SERVICES SATURDAY - Victim Of Tractor Accident
06-27-2003 TRAVELING DOWN BEECH - The Quiet Life
06-26-2003 CAR AND 4-WHEELER COLLIDE ON MUD FORK - HealthNet Life Flights Injured Man, Others Taken To Regional Hospitals
06-26-2003 BULLARD DIES AFTER LAWN TRACTOR OVERTURNS
06-26-2003 LEW HOLLOWAY NEW EXTENSION AGENT - Assumed Duties June 16
06-25-2003 HIGHWAY PROJECTS AND REPAIRS ANNOUNCED - Slips, Paving And Improvements
06-25-2003 ELECTRIC COMPANY COULD BE FACING BANKRUPTCY - Financial Picture Remains Bleak
06-25-2003 MC GRAW SUES TEN WALL STREET FIRMS - "The Little Guy Who Isn't Smart"
06-25-2003 CRESTON NEWS
06-25-2003 CALHOUN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES
06-25-2003 TEENS BUSY IN HOT SUMMER SUN - Group Workcamp Helping County Residents
06-25-2003 COURT HOUSE BARBECUE LAUNCHES SUMMER - Temp Climbs Toward 90
06-25-2003 4-H "POWER OF YOUTH" - Summer Camp Develops Skills, Teaches Values
06-25-2003 KRACK AND MC CUMBERS FIDDLE IN WASHINGTON - 100,000 Will Attend Smithsonian's "Year Of Appalachia" Festival
06-24-2003 ELIZABETH RESTAURANT IS FAMILY TRADITION - Third Generation Calhouners
06-24-2003 WINTER GAS BILLS WILL TAKE BIG HIKE - Get Ready Now
06-24-2003 LINCOLN BOARD WILL SUE STATE OVER CONSOLIDATION - Says State Usurped Elected Boards Power
06-24-2003 FUNERAL WEDNESDAY FOR AMANDA BOOHER - Sunday Accident Victim
06-24-2003 400 TEENAGERS HERE TO HELP CALHOUNERS - Faith-Based Group Completing Home Repairs
06-24-2003 FEISTY SLIP CAUSING HAZARD ON RT. 16 - Road Continues To Slip
06-24-2003 FERGUSON'S TRIAL ON SON'S DEATH CONTINUED - Hearings Set Over Freas Murder
06-24-2003 TRAFFIC SLOW DOWN AT CALHOUN MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL - Turning Lane Being Constructed
06-23-2003 STAUNTON-PARKERSBURG TURNPIKE GETTING ATTENTION - Dates Back To 1826
06-23-2003 ORMA WOMAN DIES FROM COLLISION - "Tangled Metal" On Route 16 Near Big Otter
06-23-2003 SAMPSON RECOVERING FROM ACCIDENT - Rt. 5-Leafbank Collision
06-23-2003 PROSECUTORS WANT CRIME LAB SOLUTIONS - State Police Unit Still Has Problems
06-23-2003 WIRT COUNTY WILL HAVE NEW SCHOLARSHIP - Honoring Jessica Lynch
06-23-2003 CALHOUN'S FIRST AND SECOND GRADERS "RAISE THE ROOF" - SAT-9 Scores At The Top
06-23-2003 MEMORIAL SUNDAY FOR ANNE LORENTZ MURPHY - Calhoun High School Teacher
06-22-2003 BRAXTON WOMAN SENTENCED ON DRUG CHARGES - VanHorn On "Target List" To Be Given No Breaks
06-22-2003 SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT INVESTIGATING LOCAL THIEVERY - Mowers
06-22-2003 MAN PINNED IN VEHICLE AFTER COLLISION - Three Taken To Hospital
06-21-2003 GRANTSVILLE HOTEL AND RESTAURANT CLOSES - Owner Expresses Appreciation
06-21-2003 SAMPSON INJURED IN MAJOR COLLISION - Two Others Taken To MHHCC
06-21-2003 MURDER SUSPECT BACK IN STATE - Ferguson Captured In Indiana
06-21-2003 BIG DAY FOR FOLK FESTIVAL WELCOMES YOU - Calhoun Belle Ruby Shock Will Attend
06-21-2003 THREE INJURED IN LEAFBANK COLLISION - Leafbank And Rt. 5
06-20-2003 HIGHWAYS WILL GET LESS ATTENTION THIS YEAR - Concerns Over WV Turnpike
06-20-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
06-19-2003 PARKERSBURG RESTAURANT OWNER PLEADS GUILTY - Money Laundering & Transporting Illegal Aliens
06-19-2003 WV WILL GET ADDITIONAL $600,000 - Revised Tobacco Settlement Agreement
06-19-2003 TSA TO CUT AIRPORT SECURITY - Byrd & Rockefeller Oppose WV's 34 Percent Loss
06-19-2003 FRNews - Calhoun County Family Resource Network
06-19-2003 GUARDSMAN GENE VANCE HONORED IN WASHINGTON -
Remembered At Appalachian Classic Bike Race
06-18-2003 GED STUDENTS WILL CELEBRATE GRADUATION - July 12 At Gilmer County
06-18-2003 MINNORA COMMUNITY CENTER COULD CLOSE - Insurance Costs Double
06-18-2003 TWO SECTIONS RECEIVE PAVING - Leafbank And Big Root
06-17-2003 THIEVES STRIKE PARSONS ONE STOP - Major Hit On Convenience Store, $1000 Reward Offered
06-17-2003 LIGHTS ON! SUMMER PROGRAMS - Will Commence June 23rd
06-17-2003 CALHOUN GETS $120,000 IN FEMA HELP - Housing And Public Project Needs
06-17-2003 CINDY SELF DROWNS IN WEST FORK - Vehicle Submerges In Rain Swollen River
06-17-2003 "STRIDE INTO SPRING" RESULTS DUE - The Walking Program
06-17-2003 CLAY WOMAN WILL BE BURIED TOMORROW - Body Discovered in Country Cemetery
06-17-2003 EPA OFFICES DESTROYED BY KANAWHA FLOOD - Valley Area Struck Hard
06-16-2003 BEHIND AMERICA'S BEST STILL SENDING PACKAGES - Troops In Need Of Items From Home
06-16-2003 HEALTH INSURANCE TO COST $18,000 BY 2008 - The Crisis Is Here And You Will Know It
06-16-2003 CRESTON NEWS
06-16-2003 ARNOLDSBURG GIRL DROWNS IN WEST FORK RIVER - Efforts To Resuscitate Fail
06-15-2003 CLAY WOMAN'S BODY FOUND IN CEMETERY - Police Make Arrest Over Meth Lab
06-15-2003 PEACE AGREEMENT SIGNED BETWEEN HATFIELDS-MC COYS - Truce Officially Ends Famous Feud
06-15-2003 HAPPY FATHERS DAY
06-15-2003 STATE BOARD CLOSES FOUR LINCOLN SCHOOLS - President Persinger Says "Democracy In Action"
06-14-2003 MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL PERMITS ON RISE - 6,800 Acres Approved
06-14-2003 SETTLEMENT MONEY SHORT IN HELPING SMOKERS - Multi-Millions Shifted To Keep State Afloat
06-14-2003 WACO TRIES AGAIN TO OPEN STONE QUARRY - Located In Pristine Area Of
06-14-2003 WEST VIRGINIA BEATS OHIO IN BACF CLASSIC - Buck Stewart Winning Coach
06-14-2003 FORMER COMMISSIONER WILLIS "TOM" GAINER HAS DIED - Funeral Sunday At 1 PM
06-14-2003 FUNERAL WEDNESDAY FOR AMANDA BOOHER - Sunday Accident Victim
06-13-2003 LIGHTS ON SUMMER CLASSES - Computer Skills & Basics Of A Farrier Business
06-13-2003 MURDER SUSPECT APPREHENDED IN INDIANA - Fled From Spencer Shooting
06-13-2003 CHARGES DROPPED AGAINST GLENVILLE POLICEMAN - Technical Problems Violated Process
06-13-2003 CALHOUN WOMAN WILL TESTIFY AGAINST BOYFRIEND - Jarvis' Charges Reduced, Linked To Double Murder
06-13-2003 FERGUSON BEING RETURNED TO SPENCER - Chief Williams Going To Indiana
06-12-2003 SPENCER MAN MURDERED ON PORCH - Plain View Shooting Near Downtown
06-12-2003 POLICE LOOKING FOR SPENCER SHOOTER - Armed And Dangerous
06-11-2003 ATV SAFETY REGULATIONS BEING SOUGHT - Ninth Year For Issue
06-11-2003 MISS CALHOUN PAGEANT WINNERS ANNOUNCED
06-11-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Quick But Not Slick, WV "Selling Sector Outstrips Making Sector," Trash Camera Watching You, DUIs Become Trash Men?
06-11-2003 TWO RITCHIE WOMEN DIE IN CRASH - Thrown From Car On US 50
06-11-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
06-11-2003 GLENVILLE ELECTS NEW MAYOR - Clay Returns Incumbent
06-10-2003 CRESTON NEWS
06-10-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL PARADE SCRAPBOOK - 41st Annual Event
06-10-2003 HUR ELECTION CLIMAXES IN BITTER BATTLE, VOTE BUYING - Herald Launches Eighth Year
06-10-2003 TUNES, QUILTS, BOWS AND CARS - 2003 Wood Festival
06-10-2003 APPALACHIAN BIKERS CHALLENGED - Slippery Slides, Rutted Trails And Mud Holes
06-10-2003 RIDDLE AND WAITE TOP WINNERS OF CLASSIC - A Great Racing Day
06-10-2003 MURDER TRIAL FOR JONES BEING SCHEDULED - Jarvis Released On Bond
06-09-2003 NUBIAN GOATS AWARD WINNERS - Lucky Heart Dairy Farms
06-09-2003 SUN SHINES ON FESTIVAL PARADE - 41st Annual Wood Festival
06-09-2003 EARTH SLIDES STRIKE NORTH GRANTSVILLE - County May Have Record Number
06-09-2003 ICE CREAM BY THE HANDFUL - Watermelon To The Rind
06-09-2003 GLENVILLE ELECTION TOMORROW - Four Seeking Mayor's Job
06-09-2003 RAINBOWS & SUNSETS - After The Storm
06-08-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL BASKET COMPETITION WINNERS - Barr, Mollendick And Wilson Take Top Prizes
06-08-2003 LIGHTS ON! ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS - June & July 2003
06-08-2003 GUY'S ON THEIR FLYIN' MACHINES - The Classic's Pond Jump
06-07-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL PARADE TODAY AT 1 PM - Big Event Day
06-07-2003 SHAMBLIN RELEASED ON $100,000 BOND - Evidence Appears Lacking
06-07-2003 DETAILED HANDWORK MAKES BEAUTIFUL OBJECTS - Shelves Clocks, Plaques, Etc.
06-06-2003 THREE GUARDSMEN IDENTIFIED AFTER SCRAPE - Four Members Of 1092nd Returned Safely
06-06-2003 COLLINS CHARGED IN ROANE COUNTY - Forgery, Uttering And False Pretenses
06-05-2003 BOND HEARING FOR SHAMBLIN FRIDAY - Circuit Court Arraignments
06-05-2003 CONVICTED MURDERER SPEAKS AT SENTENCING - "Not Given A Fair Trial"
06-05-2003 MUINDAY RD. HOUSE WEATHER VICTIM - Hillside Slipping
06-05-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - ATV Death Conference, Charleston Murder, Education Trouble
06-05-2003 CALHOUN BOARD OF EDUCATION MEETING - Minutes May 2, 2003
06-04-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL STARTS TOMORROW - Appalachian Classic This Weekend
06-04-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL FIELD DAY - Fun And Games For The Kids
06-04-2003 NEIL BLANKENSHIP ELECTED MAYOR - Four New Council Members, One Incumbent
06-04-2003 JIM BELL FESTIVAL PARADE MARSHAL - Grand Parade 1 PM Saturday
06-04-2003 IRANIAN MILITARY "CAPTURED" MEMBERS OF 1092ND ENGINEERS - National Guard Activated Prior To Iraqi War
06-04-2003 SOLDIERS NAMES RELEASED TO GUARD FAMILIES - "All The Soldiers Are Safe"
06-03-2003 CRESTON NEWS
06-03-2003 KARATE KIDS EARN BELTS - Arnoldsburg Lights On!
06-03-2003 $1.5 MILLION SMALL CITIES APPLICATION FILED - Match For Major Water Line Extension, Other Grant Applications
06-03-2003 BOARD HEARS GLOOMY SAT-9 SCORES - Arnoldsburg Elementary Excels, Three Students Expelled
06-03-2003 WHAT YOU SEE, HEAR AND READ WILL CHANGE - FCC Rules Changed, "This Will Be Good For You"
06-03-2003 CAR STRIKES GUARDRAIL AND FLIPS IN CREEK - No Injuries Reported
06-02-2003 CABEL WILL GET 650 JOBS - Wal-Mart Expanding
06-02-2003 48-YEAR STATE MUSKY RECORD BROKEN - Weston Man Caught The Big Guy
06-02-2003 MACK SAMPLES RECEIVES VANDALIA AWARD - A West Virginia Folklorist
06-02-2003 SUNDAY SCRAPBOOK - June 1, 2003
06-01-2003 4-H "INDIAN" RITUALS MAY BE FURTHER REVISED - USDA Report Forthcoming
06-01-2003 CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES - The Class Of 2003
06-01-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Bus Drivers Upset, Bush Tax Break And Mining Changes
06-01-2003 FCC WILL FAVOR MEDIA CORPORATIONS WITH NEW RULES - Changes Might Ignore Public Ownership Of Airways
06-01-2003 QUEEN FLORA XLI VICTORIA LAMONT CROWNED - Wood Festival Royalty Selected
05-31-2003 KOOL-AID CAFE' - Pleasant Hill Library Transformed
05-31-2003 HOUSECALLS HOSPICE OF CAMDEN-CLARK - Will Hold Hospice Volunteer Training
05-31-2003 ELIZABETH BRIDGE DEDICATED TO VETERANS - Sen. Donna Boley Leads Ceremony
05-31-2003 CALHOUN GRADUATES RECEIVE OVER $1 MILLION IN SCHOLARSHIPS - Grants Announced During 79th Commencement
05-31-2003 STATE POLICE EXECUTIVE SUED - Women Allege Sexual Harassment
05-31-2003 SPENCER WOMAN INDICTED AGAIN FOR MURDER - Former Calhoun Man Facing Charges
05-31-2003 MANCHIN RUNNING FOR GOVERNOR - Decision Has Nothing To Do With Wises' Problem
05-30-2003 LYNCH'S MEMORY "GOOD AS EVER" - Family Focusing On Jessica's Recovery
05-30-2003 ACADEMIC AWARDS GIVEN COUNTY STUDENTS - Calhoun High Graduation Tonight
05-29-2003 TOP HONORS TO BONAR AND HAYMAKER - Calhoun High Will Graduate 88 Friday
05-29-2003 TOWN PROPERTY TRADE ON HOLD - New Town Council Will Likely Decide
05-29-2003 ARNOLDSBURG LIGHTS ON! LANDSCAPING CLASS - Time To Work
05-29-2003 CHS SOFTBALL TEAM SAYS THANKS - A Great Season
05-29-2003 UNEMPLOYMENT NUMBERS LOOK GREAT FOR WV - Calhoun Leads The Double-Digit Counties
05-29-2003 JUNE IS WV MOUNTAIN BIKE MONTH - Gov. Wise Presents Declaration
05-29-2003 THE OLD VETS HAVE MEMORIAL SERVICE TOMORROW - Wirt Bridge To Honor Veterans
05-29-2003 QUEEN FLORA XLI CONTESTANTS -
Susan Renee Sullivan
Victoria Lamont
05-29-2003 OVERDUE STUDY FAVORS MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL - Environmental Groups Angered
05-29-2003 GILMER PRISON DEDICATED TODAY - Few Local Residents Hired
05-29-2003 WEST NILE SURVEILLANCE PROGRAM IN FORCE - Calhoun Dead Bird Submitted
05-28-2003 QUEEN FLORA XLI CONTESTANTS -
Kelly Renee Badgett
Melissa Ann Hartshorn
05-28-2003 CALHOUN HIGH HAS SAT-9 PROBLEMS - "A Serious Problem We Will Address"
05-28-2003 CRESTON NEWS
05-28-2003 THOSE MUSTY OLD BOOKS MAY HAVE VALUE - Book Appraisal At Roane Library
05-28-2003 STRIDE INTO SPRING - Walking Program Meets Saturday
05-28-2003 CALHOUN METHODISTS AWARD SCHOLARSHIPS - Students Of Faith Receive Grants
05-28-2003 LITTLE KANAWHA SOFTBALL TEAM - Calhoun High Students Named
05-28-2003 GRADUATES RECEIVE TOP AWARDS - Promise Scholarships Announced
05-27-2003 QUEEN FLORA XLI CONTESTANT -
Katie Jo Hupp
05-27-2003 VANDALIA MUSIC AND DANCE - Mountain Tradition In 27th Year, Jake Krack Performs
05-27-2003 PARK AND PFEFFER WIN MAJOR ATHLETIC AWARDS - Most Valuable Players Recognized
05-27-2003 WIRT STUDENTS DISPLAY 9-11 ARTWORK - Project Goes To Pennsylvania
05-27-2003 DRILLING STILL ACTIVE IN CALHOUN - Remembering The Heyday
05-27-2003 WIRT MARINE IMPROVING IN SAN DIEGO - Family Needs HelpWith Expenses
05-26-2003 QUEEN FLORA XLI CONTESTANT - Brittany Nicole Church
05-26-2003 STATE BOARD'S PRACTICES QUESTIONED - Morris Charged For Attending Basketball And Funeral
05-26-2003 BUDGET DIGEST WINNERS - 2003-04
05-25-2003 TRIBUTE TO CARLENE FREDERICK - "One Of Life's Blessings"
05-25-2003 THE LOCUSTS ARE RETURNING, MAYBE - Sections Of State Reporting The Insects
05-25-2003 WHEELING MAN HAS SARS SYMPTOMS - Traveled To Canada
05-25-2003 QUEEN FLORA XLI CONTESTANT -
Amber Michelle Williams
05-24-2003 SHAMBLIN'S CASE WILL GO TO GRAND JURY - State Police Indicate Juvenile's Story Has Holes
05-24-2003 MISCONDUCT CHARGES AGAINST COL. GORE NOT SUSTAINED - Transfered And Reduced In Rank
05-24-2003 BUDGET DIGEST DOWN $14 MILLION - Calhoun Projects In Mix
05-23-2003 WIRT MARINE CRITICALLY INJURED - Bell Undergoes Surgery In San Diego
05-23-2003 "MINNIE" OFFERS WOMEN'S HEALTH PROGRAMS - Services Readily Available
05-23-2003 HEARING TODAY FOR SHAMBLIN - Charged With Double Murder
05-23-2003 IS THIS YOUR POOCH? - Lost Dog Takes up Residence At Water Plant
05-22-2003 HAVE YOU SEEN PEPPER? - Missing Beagle, Reward Offered
05-22-2003 APPLICATIONS SLIM FOR SPENCER CENTER - Company Wanted 1,000 Applicants
05-22-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Ginseng, Caterpillars And DuPont Trouble
05-22-2003 CALHOUN HAS 16 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS - Pays Four Years Tuition
05-22-2003 LOCAL STUDENT TO DO MED ROTATION - Jerome Aya-ay Returns To Serve
05-21-2003 MEMORIAL SERVICES AT MINNIE HAMILTON - Chaplain's Association Sponsoring Event
05-21-2003 BUDGET DIGEST COMING EARLY - List May Be Available Friday
05-21-2003 BIKE RACING TEAM'S YOUNGEST MEMBER - Cai Clothier Loves Wet, Muddy Trails
05-21-2003 ALLEN GETS HER OWN DESK - Birthday Wish Granted
05-20-2003 JOINT SERVICES FOR MURDER VICTIMS - Shot Near Sand Ridge
05-20-2003 MAN'S CAR LANDS IN WEST FORK - Taken To MHHCC
05-20-2003 BOND HEARING SCHEDULED FOR SHAMBLIN - Charged With Double Murder
05-20-2003 IT'S A WHOPPER - Maybe A Record Muskie
05-20-2003 BROOKSVILLE CHURCH ERECTING NEW PARSONAGE - NC "Builders For Christ" Work On Project
05-20-2003 LIGHTS ON! HIGHLIGHTS - After School Program Winding Down-Gearing Up For Summer
05-19-2003 CRESTON NEWS
05-19-2003 PANEL WILL VISUALIZE "THE FUTURE OF CALHOUN COUNTY" - Citizens Asked To Participate Tuesday Evening
05-19-2003 A JOYFUL "CELEBRATION" - Follies 2003 Was Great Entertainment
05-19-2003 DOH SUPERVISOR SAYS CLINIC DENIED TREATMENT - Worker Suffered On-The-Job Injury
05-19-2003 DROUGHT OFFICIALLY OVER - A Four Year Stretch
05-18-2003 "CELEBRATE" THE FOLLIES - Final Performance Today
05-18-2003 COURT STRIKES DOWN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE - Legislature Violated Separation Of Powers
05-18-2003 TEACHERS TO ATTEND AGRICULTURE INSTITUTE - Jackson's Mill In July
05-18-2003 POLICE SAY YOUTH COULD BE CHARGED WITH MURDER - 16-Year-Old Held In Correctional Facility
05-18-2003 SIMS GREENHOUSE IS A HOT SPOT - Hundreds Of Varieties
05-18-2003 RELAY FOR LIFE BRINGS HOPE - Hundreds Celebrate Survival, Others Remember The Toll
05-18-2003 ELDERLY CALHOUN WOMAN RIPPED OFF - Scam Artists In Area, Spread The Word
05-18-2003 FORMER CLAY SHERIFF HAS DIED - Frank Fields, 95
05-17-2003 "CELEBRATE" THE FOLLIES TONIGHT - Event Continues Through Sunday
05-17-2003 FRN NEWS - Calhoun's Family Resource Network Meets
05-17-2003 CHS ART EXHIBIT WINNERS ANNOUNCED - Open To Public During Follies
05-17-2003 STATE POLICE ARREST SHAMBLIN FOR DOUBLE MURDERS - Charged In Shooting Deaths
05-16-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - High Risk Worker's Comp Counties, Insurance Going Up And Gov. Wise Speaks Out
05-16-2003 GRADING SCALES BECOME UNIFORM - All Counties Will Comply
05-15-2003 CRESTON NEWS
05-15-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL BRINGS HOMETOWN ENTERTAINMENT - Committee Welcomes Former Calhouners
05-15-2003 CALHOUN RELAY FOR LIFE RAISES OVER $20,000 - Opening Ceremony Starts At 7 Friday
05-15-2003 BEHIND AMERICA'S BEST - Military Support Group News
05-15-2003 CALHOUN GRAND JURY BRINGS SEVEN INDICTMENTS - Judge Nibert Presides
05-15-2003 HUGHES RIVER WILDLIFE AREA WILL HAVE PUBLIC ACCESS - New Owner Makes Agreement With State
05-15-2003 TWO CALHOUN PEOPLE DEAD FROM GUNSHOTS - Victims Discovered On "Little Bear Fork" Along U. S. 33-119
05-15-2003 VICTIMS OF MT. ZION ACCIDENT ARE RECOVERING - Barbara Cain Remains In Hospital
05-14-2003 BUTTERFLY GARDEN WELCOMES VISITORS - Nature Trail Will Be Developed At Calhoun Middle/High School
05-14-2003 MU ALPHA THETA MEMBERS INDUCTED - CHS National Honor Society
05-14-2003 CHS STUDENTS EXPLORE RITCHIE MINES - "A Freak Of Nature"
05-14-2003 IT WAS A GOOD WEEKEND FOR DUCKS - Photos from Wirt & Calhoun
05-13-2003 YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW'S EXHIBIT CONTINUES - Schedule Through June, 2003
05-13-2003 GOVERNOR ADMITS TO AFFAIR - Her Husband Wants To Sell Story
05-13-2003 SENIOR'S HONOR CALHOUN BELLES - Four Women Selected
05-13-2003 LOOKING FOR A JOB - Company Will Meet Face-To-Face Wednesday
05-13-2003 INJUNCTION ISSUED AGAINST SATTERFIELD DEAL - Judge Nibert Issues 30 Day Stay
05-13-2003 MAYOR SAYS SATTERFIELD TRADE GOOD FOR TOWN - Town Hall Meeting Allows Open Discussion
05-13-2003 SPENCER POSTAL WORKER PLEADS GUILTY - Stole Food Stamps
05-13-2003 LIFE RETURNS TO CLEAN-UP - Weekend Storm Now History
05-13-2003 GRAND JURY IN SESSION TODAY - Judge Nibert Will Hear Cases
05-13-2003 CIVIL SUIT CASES PENDING - Calhoun Circuit Court
05-13-2003 CALHOUN HIGH HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - Third Grading Period/Spring Term
05-12-2003 INJUNCTION HEARING TODAY IN SPENCER - Grantsville Business Deal An Issue, Public Meeting Called Tonight
05-12-2003 "STUDENT LIFE" FIRST ANNUAL AWARDS CEREMONY - Glenville State College
05-12-2003 MANAGEMENT COMPANY COULD LOCATE IN SPENCER - 100-250 Jobs at $7-$9 Hour, Interviews Next Week
05-12-2003 CLASS OF '93 TEN YEAR REUNION - Looking For Members
05-12-2003 NEW WELFARE PLASTIC CARDS QUESTIONED - Delegate Claims Misuse
05-12-2003 HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT CUTS $48 MIL FROM PROJECTS - Hard Winter Storms Drains Funds
05-11-2003 GUSTING WINDS TO 57 MPH - Flood Advisories From National Weather Service
05-11-2003 ROANE STRUCK BY FLOOD WATERS - Spencer Knows The Routine
05-11-2003 LITTLE KANAWHA CRESTS - About 39.0 Feet, Few Evacuated
05-11-2003 NATIONAL HOSPITAL WEEK MAY 11 Through 17 - Bringing The Power Of Care To The Community
05-11-2003 KID TROUBLE - Lost And Surrounded
05-11-2003 MT. ZION UM WOMEN HONORS CHARTER MEMBERS - Women's Society of Christian Service
05-11-2003 WISE DECLARES FLOOD EMERGENCY IN 33 COUNTIES - Storms Sweep Across State
05-11-2003 PROM NIGHT GOES ON - Flooding Does Not Deter Attendance
05-11-2003 THUNDERSTORMS AND HEAVY RAIN SWEEP AREA - Little Kanawha Will Crest Above Flood Stage, Most Streams Out Of Banks
05-10-2003 LIGHTS ON! ACTIVITIES FOR ADULTS - May 2003 - Something For Everyone
05-10-2003 CIVIL ACTION COULD STOP SATTERFIELD'S PROJECT - Town Meeting Monday Evening
05-10-2003 RABIES VACCINE WILL BE DROPPED AGAIN - Pellets Will Stop Westward Spread
05-10-2003 STORMS WILL SWEEP AREA OVER WEEKEND - Tree Falls On Truck Traveling On Route 5
05-10-2003 HEAD-ON COLLISION INJURES FIVE - Four Airlifted By HealthNet, County Has Evening Of Accidents
05-10-2003 B & E LIONS CLUB BUILDING - Stolen Items And Vandalism
05-10-2003 ACCIDENT VICTIMS IMPROVING - Injured In Two-Vehicle Collision Yesterday
05-09-2003 GIRL SCOUTS HONOR AREA'S MILITARY - Yellow Ribbons For Courthouse Tree
05-09-2003 THE OLE BALL GAME - Tigers Vs. Bratz
05-09-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL PRETTY BABY CONTEST - Registration And Contest Saturday, May 31
05-09-2003 "YESTERDAY'S TOMORROW'S" DEBUTS - A Look At The Future From The 20th Century
05-09-2003 "STATE OF THE TOWN" MEETING MONDAY - Knight Calls For Grantsville Public Meeting
05-09-2003 FIVE INJURED IN TWO VEHICLE COLLISION - Three Choppers Airlift Injured To Charleston, Three Other Accidents
05-08-2003 YESTERDAY'S TOMORROWS DEBUTS TODAY - Smithsonian Exhibit "Explores The History Of The Future"
05-08-2003 HOLCOMB AND RICHARDS RECOGNIZED FOR FILM-MAKING - Spring 2003 Student Film-making Competition
05-08-2003 COACH STEWART WILL STAY AT CALHOUN HIGH - Withdraws Name For Wirt Position
05-08-2003 PROJECT PROM COMES TO CALHOUN HIGH - Students Have Choice Of Prom Gowns
05-08-2003 DUPONT WILL APPEAL JUDGE'S RULING - "C-8 Has No Known Health Effects"
05-08-2003 TATTOO VINCE FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER - Times Record Account
05-08-2003 LIFETIME LANDSCAPES BRING PERMANENT BEAUTY - Ferrell Brings Services To Region
05-07-2003 UNDERWOOD FIELD COMMITTEE ON TRACK - Yellow Creek/Back Fork Water Approvals, Magistrates Collect $19,000 In Back Fees
05-07-2003 REALE WILL BECOME DEMOCRAT SPOKESPERSON - Democrats Have Become "Sleeping Giant"
05-07-2003 NINE-YEAR-OLD IS FAMILY HERO - Talley Recovering In Pittsburgh Burn Center
05-07-2003 SCHOOL BOARD MET MONDAY - Unoffical Minutes
05-07-2003 SPENCER BOWLING LANES NOW OPEN - Groups And Parties Welcome
05-07-2003 JUDGE DECLARES C-8 IS HAZARDOUS TO HUMANS - Wood Co. Class Action Suit Will Move Ahead
05-07-2003 TREE TRIMMER INJURED IN 25 FOOT FALL - Clay County Man Life-Flighted From Richardson
05-06-2003 TIME CAPSULE ITEMS STILL NEEDED - To Buried At County Park
05-06-2003 BAH! WILDERNESS - Bush Administration Opens Frontier to Development
05-06-2003 ROANE JURY FINDS TATTOO VINCE GUILTY - Trial Into Sixth Day
05-06-2003 LANDOWNERS COULD PROTECT THEIR FORESTLAND - Program Could Pay Owners, Comments Needed
05-06-2003 SCHOOL BOARD PROCESSES SIX EXPULSIONS - Five Related To Illegal Drug Activity
05-06-2003 SATTERFIELD'S CONVENIENCE STORE GETS THE NOD - Grantsville Could Get New Town Hall
05-06-2003 SENIOR CENTER'S MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA - "Hats Off To Mothers"
05-06-2003 TEN COUNTIES HAVE DOUBLE-DIGIT UNEMPLOYMENT - Who Will Get Those Tax Breaks? VP Dick Cheney Gets $325,000
05-06-2003 BIG SANDY FURNITURE PART OF SCAM ? - Customers Did Not Get $$Thousands In Rebates
05-05-2003 CRESTON NEWS
05-05-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL "CLASSY" AUTO SHOW - A Crowd Pleaser June 7
05-05-2003 WOMAN RECEIVES 3RD DEGREE BURNS - Propane Tank Ignites, Sheriff Arrests Drunken Driver
05-05-2003 BONAR RECEIVES BAND SCHOLARSHIP - Officers Elected For Band Boosters
05-05-2003 "ARROW OF LIGHT" MOVING UP CEREMONY - Boy Scouts Pack #436
05-04-2003 THE PIG GOT KISSED - Saturday's Relay For Life Events
05-04-2003 UNDERWOOD FIELD COMMITTEE MOVING AHEAD - Calhoun Commission Meets Monday
05-04-2003 LAST OF THE ONE-ROOM SCHOOLS - Mt. Zion Reunion Yesterday
05-04-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - State Gets $6.3 Million Homeland Security Funds, Saving Cheat Canyon, Fire Deaths Increase
05-03-2003 MILLER WILL SPEAK AT MT. ZION CHURCH - Tea Will Honor WSCS Members
05-03-2003 BUCK STEWART IN RUNNING FOR WIRT COACH - Decision On May 13
05-03-2003 WEST VIRGINIA IS #1 - Well, Not In A Positive Area
05-03-2003 BULLETIN: WHO WILL KISS THE PIG? - Find Out At 12:30 Today
05-03-2003 TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS REPORTED - Car On Top At Hog Knob
05-02-2003 MOUNT ZION SCHOOL REUNION SATURDAY - First School Built In 1885
05-02-2003 CALHOUN'S EDUCATION REPORT CARD - Mostly Good, A Few Shortfalls
05-02-2003 ARNOLD FACES NEW CHARGES OF ANIMAL CRUELTY - VA Authorities Find 55 Cats In Small Cages
05-02-2003 SPENCER VENEER FINED OVER SCALPING INCIDENT - Company Will Not Appeal $7,000 Fine
05-02-2003 DRIVER SERIOUSLY INJURED WHEN THROWN FROM CAR - Spencer Man Life-Flighted To CAMC
05-02-2003 WOOD COUNTY FLUNKS SMOG STANDARDS - Four Other WV Counties Get "F"
05-02-2003 FEMA DEADLINE IS MAY 13 - 24 Counties Can File, Including Calhoun
05-02-2003 NEW PRIEST ASSIGNED TO AREA - Rev. David Schmitt Settles In Spencer
05-02-2003 RED CROSS VOLUNTEERS ASKING FOR HELP - Team Visits Grantsville
05-02-2003 "SLOW US DOWN, LORD" - National Day Of Prayer Observed
05-02-2003 WOWEE! MEME'S 80 - Glena Pitts Celebrates Birthday On A Harley
05-01-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Cockfighting Live, Cigarette Prices Go Up Today, Mollohan Says Bush Plan "Reckless"
05-01-2003 GOLOSOW CLAIMS REID COMMITTED SUICIDE - Murder Trial Started Yesterday In Spencer
05-01-2003 GLENVILLE STATE BOOSTERS COULD PAY ATHLETIC FEES - School Adopts Pay-To-Play System
05-01-2003 DRUG DOG SNIFFS POT IN SCHOOL PARKING LOT - 18-Year-Old Senior Facing Expulsion, Issued Citation
05-01-2003 MAY IS OLDER AMERICAN'S MONTH - “What We Do Makes a Difference”
05-01-2003 CALHOUN HAS 5,118 REGISTERED VOTERS
04-30-2003 GOLOSOW TRIAL BEGINS IN ROANE - "Drug Deal Gone Bad"
04-30-2003 NEW "CLEAN" POWER PLANT PROPOSED FOR STATE - Construction Is $215 Million
04-30-2003 HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT EXPANDING SITE - Old Tire Collection May Be Record
04-30-2003 IRAQI LAWYER GRANTED ASYLUM - Palestine Shines With The Beauty Of Spring, Waiting
04-30-2003 DEAD BIRD COLLECTION STARTS - West Nile Virus Prevention Efforts
04-30-2003 APPALACHIAN CLASSIC SPONSORSHIP - Donations Must Be Confirmed By May 1
04-30-2003 KENYAN TEACHER COMES TO ARNOLDSBURG - "Your Children Have Freedom Of Expression"
04-29-2003 FEDS DISCIPLINE CLAY COUNTY BANK - FDIC Said Bank Had Hazardous Lending Practices
04-29-2003 WORKERS COMP INCREASES WILL HURT - Timber Industry Could Be Hard Hit
04-29-2003 HUNTER RESCUED AFTER BEING PINNED UNDER TRUCK - 80-Year-Old Life Flighted From Little Creek
04-29-2003 NATIONAL GUARDSMEN WILL HELP RE-BUILD IRAQ - Other Guard And Reserve Units Could Be Coming Home
04-29-2003 FORMER WIRT FAIR QUEEN CLAIMS NEW CROWN - Jennifer Baileys Ripley July 4th Queen
04-29-2003 VALLEY FILL RULES COULD CHANGE - Mountaintop Miners Push Waste Directly Into Hollows
04-29-2003 FORMER GRANTSVILLE FLORIST HAS DIED - Pat Aiello, 76
04-29-2003 CALHOUN MAN KILLED IN NEW MEXICO - 11-Year-Old Youth Critical
04-29-2003 "TATTOO VINCE' TRIAL STARTS TODAY - Informants Expected To Testify
04-29-2003 BAVARIAN BOTANICAL GARDENS BEING CONSTRUCTED - Invitation To Participate
04-28-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Big Whoppers Cleared From Disgrace, Good-bye SAT-9 And "They Just Out And Out Lie
04-28-2003 FOUR OUT OF EIGHT AIN'T BAD - WV Mountain Bike Racing
04-28-2003 STATE POLICE SEIZE CAR LINKED TO DRUG DEAL - Confiscated Property Used By Law Enforcement
04-28-2003 MINNORA HAS RAMP FEED - Fundraiser For Center
04-28-2003 CRESTON NEWS
04-28-2003 ELIZABETH WOMAN DIES AFTER CRASH - Mildred Valentine, 86
04-27-2003 DOMINION SETTLEMENT LARGEST EVER - $1.2 Billion Over Coal Fired Plants
04-27-2003 WATERSHED GROUP DEVELOPING FLOOD ALERT SYSTEM - Issues Will Be Discussed May 27th
04-27-2003 CALVES FALL FROM TRAILER ON U.S. 33-119 - VFD's Answer Saturday Evening Calls
04-27-2003 NEW HOMESTEADING ACT COULD HELP RURAL AREAS - Counties That Have Lost Population
04-26-2003 MINNORA CENTER RAMP DINNER SUNDAY - Ramplicious Surprises
04-26-2003 ATHLETES WILL PAY TO PLAY AT GLENVILLE STATE - $100 Charge Per Semester
04-26-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Twins Drown, Black Mine Water And School Rules Ignored
04-26-2003 SPRING GOBBLER SEASON OPENS MONDAY - Ohio Hunters Flock To Calhoun
04-26-2003 SCHOOL COOKS RECEIVE BREAKFAST RECOGNITION
04-25-2003 CALHOUN SCHOOLS FOLLOW FUNDING FORMULA - Problems Down The Road
04-25-2003 LAMP GIVEN HOME CONFINEMENT - Rush Sent For Evaluation
04-25-2003 STATE'S HIGHER ED SCHOOLS RAISING TUITION - Facing 10% Budget Cuts
04-25-2003 RITCHIE'S DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR RESIGNS - Future Of Authority Uncertain
04-25-2003 MT. ZION ONE ROOM SCHOOL REUNION - Gathering May 3rd
04-25-2003 PICTURES GALORE - Old And New On The Herald
04-25-2003 WVU INVESTING $11 MILLION IN FOOTBALL STADIUM - Cuts Five Varsity Programs
04-25-2003 STATE TROOPER WHO 'POLICES THE POLICE' TARGET OF INQUIRY - Major Gore Under Investigation
04-24-2003 GLENVILLE STATE FACING CUTBACKS - Challenges For West Virginia Colleges
04-24-2003 LAST CHANCE FOR RAMPS - Minnora Center's Rite Of Spring Sunday
04-24-2003 TREES PLANTED ON CALHOUN HIGH GROUNDS - Celebration Of Arbor Day
04-24-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Burns Would Be 20, Raleigh Loses 500 Jobs, Alien Species And Charleston Arrests
04-24-2003 MURDER CASE CENTERS ON FAILED DRUG DEAL - Gosolow's Trial Starts Tuesday
04-24-2003 ONE AWESOME VIEW - Kirby's Retreat Above The Little Kanawha
04-24-2003 BEHIND AMERICA'S BEST UPDATE - Next Mailing Mid-May
04-24-2003 LOADED LOGGING TRUCK WRECKS - 3 AM Accident Partially Closes Rt. 16
04-24-2003 METH LAB EQUIPMENT DISCOVERED - Found Dumped In Roane
04-23-2003 FORESTRY DIVISION WILL ASSIST LANDOWNERS - Calhoun Had 50,000 Acres Damaged
04-23-2003 WINTER HIGHWAY COSTS EXCEED $50 MILLION - Calhoun Has Three Road Projects
04-23-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Tattoo Vince, Suspicious Fires, Screaming Woman And Drug Money
04-23-2003 BROWNIE MAKER CHARGED WITH FELONIES - Trio Charged With Heisting State Police Sign
04-23-2003 "STRIDE INTO SPRING' WALKERS WILL MEET SATURDAY - 149 People Signed For Program
04-23-2003 LIONS DONATE ITEMS TO TIME CAPSULE - Sponsor Senior Awards Banquet
04-23-2003 STUDENTS ATTEND TATU TRAINING - Tobacco Prevention
04-23-2003 CHS STUDENTS DONATE BLOOD - Several First Time Donors
04-23-2003 PRICE NAMED "BIG SCHOOL" ATHLETE OF WEEK - CHS Sophomore Recognized
04-23-2003 MHHCC JOB OPENINGS - Acute Care And Emergency Dept. Nurses
04-23-2003 HAVE YOU SEEN MAX? - Sheltie Lost-Reward Offered
04-23-2003 SQUABBLE OVER WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD - Management Of Field Up In The Air
04-22-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Stonewall Resort, Comp Going Up And Charleston Violence
04-22-2003 CRESTON NEWS
04-22-2003 MEAD-WESTVACO REPORTS FIRST QUARTER LOSS - Better Than Last Quarter
04-22-2003 NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER MAY 1 - Volunteer Chaplains Association Plan Observance
04-22-2003 NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK BEGINS APRIL 27 - Appreciation For Those Who Give
04-22-2003 SALLIE MAE FUND LAUNCHES UNMET NEED SCHOLARSHIP - Programs Part of Project Access Initiative
04-22-2003 SUPREME COURT SAYS JUDGE WENT OVERBOARD - Jackson Man Sentenced To 1,140 Years
04-21-2003 FEMA COMING TO CALHOUN THIS WEEK - $2.5 Million Approved For 24 Counties
04-21-2003 MESSENGER'S CHARGES REDUCED AFTER PLEA - Making Secret Recordings At GSC
04-21-2003 OLD TIRES WILL BE COLLECTED THIS WEEK - DOH Tire Removal Program Through Saturday
04-21-2003 CHARLESTON MAN AND DOG SHOT EASTER SUNDAY - Yelled At Speeding Motorist
04-21-2003 MINERAL WELLS LIVESTOCK EXCHANGE STARTS WITH A BANG - Spencer Man Re-Opens Market
04-19-2003 FOUR-WHEELER ACCIDENT SENDS MAN TO HOSPITAL - Two Vehicles Hit At Pit Stop
04-19-2003 LOOKING FOR A JOB? - You'll Love This Washington Wisdom
04-19-2003 BOARD HEARS COMPLAINTS AND HANDLES EXPULSION - Personnel Changes On Agenda
04-19-2003 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS INCREASE IN SOME RURAL COUNTIES - Wirt County Recipients Doubled
04-19-2003 JOE GETS RECOGNIZED AFTER HALF-CENTURY - Lifetime Contribution To West Virginia Wildlife
04-19-2003 DUPONT UNDER SCRUTINY OVER C-EIGHT - Judge Rules Company Must Pay For Tests
04-18-2003 FORMER CALHOUN MAN KNOWS ABOUT MURDERS - Billy Hayes Arrested In Flatwoods
04-18-2003 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT CHARGED OVER MARIJUANA BROWNIES - State Police Sign Stolen
04-18-2003 RESIDENTS NOT RETURNING FEMA APPLICATIONS - Calhoun Will Have Center Open Next Week
04-18-2003 I.O.O.F. HONORS GEORGE WHIPKEY - 50 Year Membership
04-18-2003 WEEK THAT WAS IN WILD AND WOOLLY CLAY - Retarded Man Arrested, Man Beaten With Tire Iron, No Charges In "Crows" Beating, Big Otter Man Shot, Elk River Arsons, And "Murder Mountain" Man Has Knowledge
04-17-2003 SIXTEEN GAS STATIONS FINED FOR IMPROPER MONITORING - Including Three Local Outlets
04-17-2003 BIG OTTER MAN SHOT BY NEIGHBOR - Family Feud May Have Led To Incident
04-17-2003 ROANE MAN WILL REOPEN PARKERSBURG LIVESTOCK SALE - Former Owners Had Financial Problems
04-17-2003 NEW ROAD COULD CONNECT INTERSTATES - Blue-Gray Highway Would Go Through Calhoun
04-17-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Gas Prices, Workers Comp And Reporters Asked To Leave
04-17-2003 FEMA WILL OPEN DISASTER CENTER IN GRANTSVILLE - April 22-24
04-16-2003 COALMINER'S DAUGHTER WINS WORLD'S LARGEST ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD - The Julia Bonds Story
04-16-2003 A TISKET, A TASKET - Pleasant Hill Students Make Reed Baskets
04-16-2003 LIGHTS ON! HIGHLIGHTS - Director Says Thanks
04-16-2003 SMALL TOWNS CLOSING POLICE DEPARTMENTS - Clendenin Has No Officers, Grantsville's Police Department At Risk
04-16-2003 OFFUTT WILL BE SCHOOL'S PRINCIPAL - Davis Hired Athletic Director, Price Part-Time Principal
04-16-2003 "BEHIND AMERICA'S BEST" SHIPPING SUPPLIES - Window Of Honor At Calhoun Bank
04-16-2003 FREE PIANO TO GOOD HOME - Walnut Grove Church Give-A-Way
04-15-2003 APRIL IS AMNESTY MONTH - Bring Books Back Fine Free
04-15-2003 ECO-PARK DEVELOPMENT STUDIED IN ROANE - 26-Acre Flat Land Site Available
04-15-2003 CLAY POLICE SAY "CROW' DIED FROM FALL - Was Beaten Earlier By Juveniles Along Clay Street
04-15-2003 WEST VIRGINIA WILL GET HIGH-TECH MAPPING - 911 Will Use Information For Centers, Calhoun Will Benefit
04-15-2003 FAMILY PLANNING AND CHILDBIRTH CLASS - MHHCC Offers Services
04-14-2003 CRESTON NEWS
04-14-2003 ALLIGATOR SPOTTED ON PLEASANT HILL - Cars Slow To View Creature
04-14-2003 AN EVENING OF SACRED MUSIC - The Marietta Bible College Choir Will Perform At Victory Baptist, Wednesday
04-14-2003 JESSICA LYNCH - Signs Of The Times
04-13-2003 EATING OUT SUNDAY? - Grantsville VFD Has A Menu
04-13-2003 VFW AUXILIARY EGG HUNT WAS A KID MAGNET - Giant Easter Baskets And Pizza, Too
04-13-2003 "FESTIVAL OF VOICES" - Children's Groups Are Crowd Pleasers
04-13-2003 CARS COLLIDE AT BIG BEND - Car Strikes Pole On Phillip's Run
04-13-2003 LYNCH AUCTION RAISES OVER $10,000 - Wirt Fund Raiser
04-13-2003 IS GLENVILLE STATE STILL UNDER THE AX? - Interviews Being Conducted For New President
04-12-2003 LOOSEN THE BELT! - It's Upper West Fork Ramp Day
04-12-2003 GLENVILLE POLICEMEN RELEASED ON BOND - Civil Suit May Be Pending
04-12-2003 LKDC RECEIVES $30,000 GRANT - Economic Strengthening For Wirt-Calhoun
04-12-2003 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL SUMMARY - April 7
04-12-2003 CALHOUN COUNTY MARRIAGES - February-March 2003
04-12-2003 NO AUTOPSY ON VAGRANT "CROW" SMITH - Juveniles Reportedly Beat And Kicked Clay Man
04-12-2003 INJURY IN BAR FIGHT SENDS ONE TO HOSPITAL - Henry's Fork Man Victim Of Apparent Gunshot
04-11-2003 SMALL BUSINESS CLOSURES HIGHEST IN NATION - U. S. Chamber Says Climate Poor In WV
04-11-2003 STATE VOTING SYSTEMS MUST BE MODERNIZED - Calhoun Ahead Of The Game
04-11-2003 FLOOD WARNING SYSTEM FOR LK BASIN - Calhoun Residents Urged To Attend
04-11-2003 CLASS OF '63 WILL HAVE 40TH REUNION - Looking For Class Members
04-10-2003 SEND JESSICA A MESSAGE - Board of Honor-A Tribute
04-10-2003 MOSQUITOES ARE BUZZING - Prevention Against West Nile Virus
04-10-2003 NEWSWEEK FEATURES LYNCH RESCUE - Dip And Donate This Weekend
04-10-2003 KNIGHT GIVES REASSURANCE TO CITIZENS - Says Chronicle Is Listening To Joe Public
04-10-2003 WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS - The Herald Is In The Picture Business
04-10-2003 CLAY MAN BEATEN - "Crow" Will Be Buried Saturday
04-10-2003 HIGH PRESSURE GAS LINE APPROVED - Stretches From Clay-Kanawha To North Carolina
04-09-2003 SHOCK WILL GO TO GOVERNOR'S ACADEMY - Among 164 Top Achieving Students
04-09-2003 DAVIS "FIRST TEAM" SELECTION - AA All-State Basketball
04-09-2003 CHS STUDENTS IN MATH FIELD DAY - Thirteen Participate At WVU-P
04-09-2003 RITCHIE DUMP CLEANED-UP - EPA Clears Site
04-09-2003 CALHOUN COUNTY'S FESTIVAL OF VOICES - Tickets Still Available For Saturday’s Concert
04-09-2003 MAYOR KNIGHT CRITICIZES CHRONICLE - Says Progress Has Been Made
04-09-2003 MORRIS SAYS MORE OPTIONS NEEDED ON TOWN PROPERTY - Satterfield Did Not Appear
04-09-2003 GLENVILLE POLICEMAN PLEADS NOT GUILTY - Facing Eight Felony Counts
04-09-2003 1092ND HAS LEFT FOR KUWAIT - Area National Guardsmen Departed Monday
04-08-2003 CRESTON NEWS
04-08-2003 WV MOUNTAIN BIKE ASSOCIATION - Second Point Series Race
04-08-2003 RENA MC BRIDE TURNS 96 - Honored with Card Shower
04-08-2003 A TRIO OF COUPLES CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARIES - Pete and Millie Trippett, Carl and Arleta Sturm, Glendon and Eupha McKee
04-08-2003 CALHOUN WORKERS ELIGIBLE FOR DISASTER BENEFITS - Workers Affected By Storm
04-08-2003 DRIVER INJURED IN TWO-VEHICLE COLLISION - West Fork Woman Taken To Hospital
04-08-2003 NEW $4 MILLION WATER PROJECT MOVING AHEAD - Rt. 16 South, Sand Ridge, Sassafras And Russett
04-08-2003 DUANE POLING SAYS THANKS FOR THE PRAYERS - Recovering From Heart Surgery
04-07-2003 WEST FORK RIDING CLUB VET CLINIC & TACK SALE - April 12, 2002
04-07-2003 SIMERS WINS PRO CLASS SEASON OPENER - Kanawha Valley Dragway
04-07-2003 LOOKING BACK - A Photo Scrapbook - New Addition To The Herald
04-07-2003 CHALLENGE AT MOUNTWOOD - Youth Series Mountain Bike Race
04-07-2003 SPRING FLING FEATURES STUDENT WORK - Community Contributes To CGCC Open House
04-07-2003 BRIMMIN' WITH HOMESPUN TALES - "Mountain Women" Perform At CGCC
04-07-2003 COMMISSION WILL LOOK AT WATER PROJECTS - Grantsville Will Review Use Of Town Property
04-05-2003 AN OPEN LETTER - Tribute To Jessica Lynch
04-04-2003 MEDIA GETS A DOSE OF RURAL AMERICA - We Hope Its Been Good For Everyone
04-04-2003 NOT TOO LATE FOR STORM ASSISTANCE - OES Director Stemple Says "Call FEMA," Calhoun Added To Disaster List
04-04-2003 JESSICA, BEAUTIFUL IN HER CHOICES - The US Needs A Million More Like Her
04-04-2003 "PROUDER BY THE HOUR" - The Jessica Lynch Story
04-04-2003 DRIVER CLIPS ELECTRIC POLE - Kerby Taken To Hospital
04-04-2003 GLENVILLE POLICEMAN CHARGED WITH NINE FELONY COUNTS - Officer Fired Shot Through Vehicle Door
04-04-2003 COMPANY FINED FOR ROANE OIL SPILL - 92 Barrels In 1998
04-04-2003 HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - Calhoun High School
04-03-2003 THEY’RE COMIN’ ROUND THE MOUNTAIN - Calhoun-Gilmer Career Center’s “Appalachian Spring Fling” Saturday
04-03-2003 CALHOUN NOW DECLARED DISASTER AREA -"Eligible For An Array Of Services"
04-03-2003 GOSPEL SING AT MHHCC-LTC - Honors George Whipkey's 97th Birthday
04-03-2003 QUEEN FLORA CONTESTANTS ATTEND SEMINAR - All About Me Aids In Competition
04-02-2003 PIPESTEM CHALLENGE - First Bike Race Of The Season
04-02-2003 ANSWERED PRAYERS - Wirt County Celebrates, America Grateful
04-02-2003 COUNTY COULD BE IN BLACK ANOTHER YEAR - Budget Submitted To Charleston
04-02-2003 CLAY MAN ARRESTED FOR RALEIGH BURGLARY - Mark Anthony Stone In Custody
04-02-2003 FORESTRY DIVISION PLANS TO HELP LANDOWNERS - Shifting Foresters To Counties With Most Damage
04-02-2003 OLD TIRES WILL BE COLLECTED - DOH Tire Removal Program
04-02-2003 ERIC GLEN NICHOLAS DIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT - Funeral Today In Arnoldsburg
04-02-2003 JESSICA LYNCH RECOVERING - Broken Bones And Gunshot Wounds, Eleven Bodies Found At Site
04-01-2003 COMMISSION LOOKING AT NEW WATER PROJECT - Bidding Pending On Back Fork
04-01-2003 JESSICA IS ALIVE! - "This Is A Miracle"
04-01-2003 CRESTON NEWS
04-01-2003 "WE CARE DINNER" FOR MIA PFC JESSICA LYNCH - Region Asked To Support Event
04-01-2003 LYNCH FAMILY WAITS - Prayerfully Asking For Miracle
04-01-2003 SURVEY SAYS 50,000 ACRES DAMAGED IN CALHOUN - Third Worst In Thirteen Counties
04-01-2003 MHHCC OFFERS FREE CHILDBIRTH CLASS - Health Issues For Mother and Baby-April 19, 2003
04-01-2003 SOFTBALL TEAM GETS FIRST WIN - Lady Red Devils 7 - Parkersburg Catholic 6
04-01-2003 CHS STUDENTS HANG YELLOW RIBBONS - Safe Return Of American Soldiers
04-01-2003 GRANTSVILLE CONTINUES OPERATION LEVY - Voters Approved 44-7
04-01-2003 UPDATE: MARINES TRIED TO RESCUE 507TH - U. S. Mortuary Team Investigating, Red Cross Trying To Access
03-31-2003 GRANTSVILLE POLITICS HEATING UP - Mayor Critical Of Councilwoman, Questions Motives Of Candidates
03-31-2003 IRAQI WAR - Deaths, Mia's And POW's Daily Update
03-31-2003 STRIDE INTO SPRING WALKING PROGRAM LAUNCHED - Promotes Physical And Emotional Health
03-31-2003 DAFFODILS COME TO LIFE AT PARK - Planted By West Fork Garden Club
03-30-2003 GOVERNOR PROCLAIMS PUBLIC HEALTH WEEK - April 6 Thru 12 - Local Departments Offer Screening
03-30-2003 CALHOUN RECEIVES LITTLE HELP WITH STORM DAMAGE - Public Facilities Will Be Covered
03-30-2003 BLOODY FATIGUES FOUND IN HOSPITAL - Name Tags Removed
03-29-2003 PRAYER PATH TO EASTER - Knotts Memorial Church Announces Easter Services
03-29-2003 FORMER RITCHIE CON ARTIST BILKED $14 MILLION - Sentenced To Seven Years, Relatives Excused In Plea Bargain
03-29-2003 FIRE IGNITES DRY WOODLANDS - Arnoldsburg VFD Responds
03-29-2003 DRUG COSTS CONTINUE TO SKYROCKET - PEIA Could Implode
03-29-2003 SIBERIAN HUSKIES LOST - Reward Offered For Return
03-29-2003 WINTER WEATHER RETURNS - Chill Down
03-29-2003 SOLDIERS BODIES FOUND IN SHALLOW GRAVE - Forensic Investigators On Way To Site
03-28-2003 GRANTSVILLE SENIORS RECORDED FOR HISTORY - Time Capsule Shots
03-28-2003 A GALA SENIOR EVENT - CCCOA Center Turns 30
03-28-2003 WILLARD BOUNCES BACK - Mayor Of Five Forks Out And About
03-28-2003 911 CENTER GETS NEW RECORDER - Computer Activity Record
03-28-2003 KNIGHT ENDORSES TOWN HALL TRADE - Satterfield Would Erect Convenience Store
03-28-2003 JESSICA STILL MISSING - Family Believes She Will Return
03-28-2003 IT'S ALL ABOUT ME - Youth Advantage Program Seminar - Saturday March 29
03-28-2003 DRUG COSTS CONTINUE TO SKYROCKET - PEIA Could Implode
03-27-2003 STRIDE INTO SPRING" - Walking Program For All Ages Starts Saturday
03-27-2003 SEVEN JOBS ELIMINATED BY SCHOOL BOARD - Principal Propst Retiring
03-27-2003 CUT RATE STORE OPEN IN GRANTSVILLE - J'n'G Has Food, Tools, Clothing And You Name It
03-27-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
03-27-2003 FALLS FAMILY GROUP PERFORMS - Senior Center Birthday Dinner
03-27-2003 FACES OF WAR: JESSICA LYNCH - Hope In Hollow For A Girl That Dreamed
03-26-2003 LAUBACH LITERACY COUNCIL HOLDS TRAINING - Volunteer Tutor Program
03-26-2003 LEGION AUXILIARY PRESIDENT BUSH DIES IN SPENCER - Active In Democratic
03-26-2003 AUTHOR DEITZ DEAD AT 89 - Wrote West Vrginia Books And Ghost Tales
03-26-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL BASKET COMPETITION 2003 - Creators Urged To Submit Entries
03-25-2003 CHEAT CANYON GOING ON AUCTION BLOCK - This "Heavenly Part Of State" May Vanish
03-25-2003 AMERICAN STEEL INDUSTRY ON EDGE - Victim Of "Free Trade"
03-25-2003 CALHOUN COUNTY'S FESTIVAL OF VOICES - Come Enjoy The Talent April 12, 2003
03-25-2003 LUCKY LEGS CONTEST WINNERS - Calhoun's Curvy Curttina Runner-Up
03-25-2003 THE CARDIAC PROJECT - Screening Program For Middle School Grade Five Students
03-25-2003 NO NEWS ON WIRT SOLDIER - Nineteen-Year-Old Jessica Lynch Missing In Action
03-25-2003 BILLION DOLLAR FRAUD? - Aldephia Has Calhoun Cable Service
03-25-2003 RICHARDS FACING CHARGES IN ABDUCTION - Violated Domestic Petition
03-25-2003 WIRT HIGH HAS ASSEMBLY FOR MIA SOLDIER - "She's A Top Notch Lady"
03-25-2003 CRESTON NEWS
03-25-2003 COUNTIES COULD UPGRADE VOTING SYSTEMS - $20 Million For Project
03-24-2003 CREW BEGINS CLEANING PARK TRAILS - "We Really Need Help"
03-24-2003 DISTRICT REBEKAHS MEET IN GRANTSVILLE - State Officers Attend Conclave
03-24-2003 WIRT SOLDIER CAPTURED - Jessica Lynch, 19, Missing In Action, West Hamlin Soldier Killed
03-23-2003 JOINING THE SERVICE - West Virginia Goodbyes And American Liberty
03-23-2003 EXPLORE TEST RESULTS - Developing High School Plans
03-22-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL PAGEANT PREPARATION - Mark Your Calendars For May 31
03-22-2003 SECOND WOOD RESIDENT HAS DIED FROM WEST NILE - Virus Moving Westward
03-21-2003 1939 YEARBOOK HAS UPDATED VERSION - Check Hur Herald Links
03-21-2003 LK BRIDGE TO BE RENAMED AT ELIZABETH - "World War II Veteran's Bridge"
03-21-2003 LUIGINO'S INC. CHANGES MIND ABOUT PARKERSBURG PLANT - Would Have Provided 600 Jobs
03-21-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Kanawha Has Fourth Murder, Tobacco Spitter Dies, Man Sentenced For Sewing Kids
03-21-2003 SHOCK AND AWE HITS BAGHDAD - Massive Strike After Noon EST
03-20-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Wal-Mart Discrimination?, Big-Time Salaries, Kanawha Has Three Murders
03-20-2003 FEMA WANTS REPORTS FROM ADDITIONAL COUNTIES - OES Director Says Residents Should Call
03-20-2003 DAVIS AND HARTSHORN NAMED TO ALL STAR TEAM - Parkersburg News-Sentinel Selections
03-20-2003 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT OR PORK? - You Decide...
03-20-2003 NOTICE TO RESIDENTS & TRAVELING PUBLIC - Road Work On County Road 14-Rowels Run Monday, March 24
03-20-2003 MORE THAN 3,000 WV RESERVISTS-GUARDSMEN CALLED - Eighty-Eight Leave Today
03-20-2003 WAR BEGINS! - "Shock And Awe" Yet To Come
03-19-2003 WORKERS COMP HEAD RESIGNS - Failure Of Legislature To Deal With $3 Billion Shortfall
03-19-2003 STATE'S EMERGENCY OPERATION CENTER ACTIVATED - Areas Targeted For Protection
03-19-2003 TOM GAINER RECEIVES LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - Recognized For Service To Community
03-19-2003 "STRIDE INTO SPRING" - A Walking Program For All Ages
03-19-2003 CRESTON NEWS
03-19-2003 ROANE RESIDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR SPECIAL ASSISTANCE - Unemployed Could Benefit, Major Disaster Status
03-18-2003 COAL HAUL ROADS COULD COST BILLIONS - Bridges Must Be Replaced
03-18-2003 TWENTY-ONE COUNTIES COULD GET ECONOMIC BREAKS - Calhoun Could Qualify For Incentives
03-18-2003 FEMA ESTABLISHES DISASTER CENTER - Stemple Says Property Owners Might Yet Qualify
03-18-2003 LENORE JOHNSON BOOHER DIES - Funeral Scheduled Wednesday
03-17-2003 CANDLELIGHT VIGIL IS "SOUND OF SILENCE" - Prayers For Peace
03-17-2003 ARCH MOORE WANTS LAW LICENSE BACK - Will Sealed Testimony Be Used?
03-17-2003 WAR IS IMMINENT - America Will Go On Highest Alert, Hussein Threatens War Around The World
03-16-2003 GLOBAL CANDLELIGHT VIGILS FOR PEACE - This Evening-Grantsville And Spencer
03-15-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL 2003 BASKET COMPETITION - Attention all Basket Makers
03-15-2003 LAUBACH LITERACY COUNCIL - Volunteer Tutor Training-March 21&22
03-15-2003 SURVEY OF CALHOUN GRADUATES - Classes 2000, 2001 & 2002
03-15-2003 WEST VIRGINIA DISASTER DECLARATION APPROVED - Assistance For Damage From Recent Winter Storms
03-15-2003 460 MORE NATIONAL GUARDSMEN ACTIVATED TODAY - WV Military List Rapidly Growing
03-15-2003 CALHOUN POSTS HIGHEST UNEMPLOYMENT - Jobs Leaving State
03-14-2003 SPENCER POSTAL WORKER CHARGED - Stealing Food Stamps From Customer
03-14-2003 REGION FAMOUS FOR METH LABS - Parkersburg Police Get Drug Fighting Grant
03-14-2003 ICE STORM AFTERMATH - What About Our Woods?
03-14-2003 CALHOUN NEWS BRIEFS
03-14-2003 WEST VIRGINIA GIRLS - South Carolina Columnist, Eat Your Heart Out
03-14-2003 AIR GUARD UNITS HEADED TO MIDDLE EAST - Airlifted From Charleston Yesterday
03-14-2003 DUPONT EMISSIONS STILL UNDER SCOPE - Safety Standards Being Questioned
03-13-2003 RED DEVILS LOSE STATE TOURNEY CHANCE - Oak Hill 58 Calhoun 46
03-12-2003 ARNOLDSBURG LIGHTS ON! FORMS NEWSPAPER CLASS - Journalists In The Making
03-12-2003 SURPRISE ICE AND SNOW YESTERDAY - Several Accidents Reported
03-12-2003 EMERGENCY CONSERVATION PROGRAM (ECP) SIGN UP - Ice Storm-Flood Assistance For Producers
03-12-2003 21ST CENTURY LEARNING CENTERS STARTING IN WIRT - Seeking Qualified Applicants
03-12-2003 MAGISTRATES COLLECT $16,000 IN BACK FINES - Collection Effort Is Step Process
03-12-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Midnight Hour Government, Unconstitutional Bonds, Foreign Water Wants Record Increase
03-11-2003 CALHOUN HIGH SCHOOL - Honor And Achievement Roll
03-11-2003 WOMAN EXTRACTED FROM COLLISION - Two Taken To Hospital, Wood Man
03-11-2003 ALL-STATE VOCALISTS SELECTED - Lamont, Lynch And Bonar
03-11-2003 CHS TEAM IN "SCORES" COMPETITION - Seventeen Students Participate
03-11-2003 CALHOUN DENTAL MEDICAL CLINIC OPENING - Monday, March 17, 2003
03-11-2003 CRESTON NEWS
03-11-2003 RED DEVILS SEEK STATE TOURNEY SLOT - Championship Game Wednesday, Ride The Fan Bus Free
03-11-2003 IT'S MARCH HAPPY BIRTHDAY TIME - Sheriff, Circuit Clerk And Other Folks
03-10-2003 GAME INTERRUPTED BY DOZENS OF FIST FIGHTS - Activities Commission Investigating
03-10-2003 OIL AND GAS MAN RAY GRIMM HAS DIED - Funeral Scheduled Tuesday
03-09-2003 REMEMBER WEST NILE VIRUS? - Positive Case Discovered In Calhoun
03-09-2003 SEN. BYRD REMAINS WAR DISSENTER - Polls Support President Bush
03-09-2003 COAL TRUCK WEIGHTS WILL NEARLY DOUBLE - Cigarettes Will Be Taxed 55 Cents A Pack
03-09-2003 CALHOUN ON AGRICULTURAL DISASTER LIST - Clean-Up In Progress
03-09-2003 FLASHBACK - From The Morris Bower Collection
03-09-2003 SOUTH CAROLINA NEWSPAPER DEGRADES WEST VIRGINIA - Folks Got Hot, Even At Tudor's Biscuit World
03-09-2003 ANOTHER MIDNIGHT HOUR DEBACLE - Worker's Comp, ATV And .08 Alcohol Bill Filibustered
03-08-2003 THREE VEHICLE COLLISION ON PHILLIP'S RUN - One Driver Taken To Hospital
03-08-2003 FAMILY BARELY ESCAPES FIRE - "Nathan Saved Our Lives," Backwoods Of Crummies Creek
03-08-2003 CALHOUN DEFEATS ROANE - Will Advance To Regional Games
03-07-2003 COAL MINER MEMORIAL DEDICATED - Ad For Coal Industry, Said Opponents
03-07-2003 CALHOUN FACES CRITICAL BUDGET PROBLEMS - Contracts Signed For Digest Funds
03-06-2003 BUSH ADMINISTRATION'S "NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND" BRINGS DRAMATIC CHANGES - Principals And Teachers Could Be Fired
03-06-2003 WATCH OUT! - Those Giant Left-Of-Center Coal Trucks Will Soon Be Legal
03-06-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Big Coal Trucks, Military Call-Up And Medicare Plan
03-06-2003 CALHOUN COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES - March 3, 2003 Meeting
03-06-2003 HUNTER EDUCATION TWO DAY COURSE - March 29th & 30th At Grantsville VFD
03-06-2003 SCAT MEMBERS ATTEND RAZE TRAIN - Tearing Down The Lies
03-05-2003 MALPRACTICE INSURANCE BILL WILL GO TO GOVERNOR - Tort Reform Part Of Measure
03-05-2003 COACH MIKE STUMP HONORS HIS PLAYERS - CHS Team Winners In State Wrestling Tourney
03-05-2003 EMERGENCY BUILDING INTEREST GROWS - Ludwig Proposes Former Reserve Center, Stemple Says He "Could Not Be Involved"
03-05-2003 MEDICAID CUTS COULD SEND HEALTH CARE REELING - Rural Services Could Be At Risk
03-05-2003 RED DEVILS AT "NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS" - Walker, Davis And Houchin
03-05-2003 FOREST LAND DAMAGE IN MILLIONS - Property Owners Need To Photograph Damage
03-05-2003 MILITARY SUPPORT GROUP BEING FORMED - Meeting Tuesday March 11
03-05-2003 WACO WANTS QUARRY DECISION OVERTURNED - State Ruled To Protect Trout Stream And Tourist Area
03-05-2003 TIMBER IN TEN COUNTIES DRASTICALLY DAMAGED - Ice Storm Takes Toll
03-04-2003 WEST VIRGINIA HAS LOWEST PAY IN NATION - 35,000 Jobs Left State Last Year
03-04-2003 SALT SUPPLIES SHORT FOR WINTER ROADS - State $15 Million Over Budget
03-04-2003 COMMISSION ESTABLISHES NEW RECREATIONAL AUTHORITY - ARC Will Not Fund Emergency Services Center, GSC Resolution Passed
03-04-2003 CCHS CLASS OF '82 PLANS REUNION - Searching For Classmates
03-04-2003 GLENVILLE STATE NOT CLOSING? - College May Lose Community Components
03-04-2003 PROTEST RALLY TODAY AGAINST COAL TRUCK WEIGHTS - UMW President Will Speak
03-03-2003 SCHOOL BOARD MEETS TODAY - Agenda Listed
03-03-2003 BROAD AGENDA FOR COMMISSION MEETING - Glenville State To Dog Problems
03-03-2003 VA HOSPITALS CAN HELP WEST VIRGINIA IN EMERGENCIES - Federal Policy Changed
03-03-2003 CRESTON NEWS
03-03-2003 MORE WEST VIRGINIANS CALLED FOR WAR BUILDUP - 250 Members 167th Airlift In Martinsburg
03-03-2003 LIGHTS ON! QUILTING CLASS - Openings Still Available
03-02-2003 CALHOUN THIRD IN STATE WRESTLING TOURNEY - Huntington February 27-March 1, 2003
03-02-2003 ICE AND FLOOD DAMAGE REPORTS NEEDED - Call 354-9271
03-01-2003 CALHOUN WILL BENEFIT FROM BUDGET DIGEST MONEY - Commission Seeks $100,000 For Emergency Services Building
03-01-2003 CHS SENIOR BASKETBALL PLAYERS RECOGNIZED - Last Home Game Of Season
03-01-2003 TIMBER HIT HARD ON PINE CREEK-HUR AREA - Clark's Building Heavily Damaged
03-01-2003 REMEMBERING JOSHUA MAC DONALD 1979-1999 - Four Years Have Passed
03-01-2003 DUANE HAD A ROUGH WEEK - But It's Biscuits And Gravy Time
03-01-2003 GOODRICH WORKERS WILL GET SPECIAL ASSISTANCE - Agency Rules Against Company Position, Sign-Ups March 6
03-01-2003 SBA LOANS AVAILABLE IN DROUGHT STRICKEN COUNTIES
03-01-2003 WISE WILL ASK THAT 31 COUNTIES BE DECLARED FOR ASSISTANCE - Ice And Snow Storm
03-01-2003 SCHOOLS BUSES CAN CROSS COUNTY LINES - Supreme Court Rules
03-01-2003 FREE SPIRITED ATV USERS SHOULD BE HAPPY - No New Laws, Ride On
03-01-2003 "OVERWEIGHT" COAL TRUCKS WILL LIKELY BE LEGALIZED - Cigarette Tax 55 Cents A Pack Proposed
02-28-2003 STORM DAMAGE REPORTS NEEDED - Call 354-9271 Now
02-28-2003 LKC NIGHT OF CHAMPIONS - Lady Red Devils Recognized
02-28-2003 CALHOUN WOODLANDS SEVERELY DAMAGED - Things To Consider
02-28-2003 ECO-INDUSTRIAL PARK PROPOSED IN ROANE - Boggs Aviation Site Considered
02-28-2003 CALHOUN-GILMER ADMINISTRATIVE COUNCIL - Meeting Minutes February 27
02-28-2003 FRONTIER WORKING TO RESTORE PHONE SERVICE - Some Customers Still Out
02-28-2003 RED DEVILS HAVE TWO BASKETBALL VICTORIES
02-28-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - School Days, School Consolidation And Voting Changes
02-27-2003 WATER, WATER EVERYWHERE - Standards, Give-Aways And Taxing Users?
02-27-2003 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS WILL HAVE WORK PROGRAM - Summer Jobs To Be Available
02-27-2003 SPRING FIRE SEASON STARTS SATURDAY - Burn From 4 PM-7 AM
02-27-2003 MARCUS DAVIS SCORES SEASON HIGH - Devils Beat Williamstown 70-67
02-27-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
02-27-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Workers Comp "Fixed Next Year," Pension Debt Problems, Overweight Coal Trucks
02-26-2003 RED DEVIL WRESTLERS PLACE FIRST - Fourth Year In A Row
02-26-2003 SPRING BREAK IS NIXED - Four Day Easter Weekend, Legislature Could Change 180 Day Rule
02-26-2003 UTILITY CREWS STILL IN AREA - Damages Are In The Millions
02-26-2003 GLENVILLE STATE'S MOST WINNING TEAM - The Lady Pioneers
02-26-2003 ALL ELECTRIC LINES RESTORED - Allegheny Power Reports, Roane Still Has 63 Customers Without Service
02-25-2003 RHEP ATTENDS LEGISLATIVE DAY - Rural Health Education Partnerships
02-25-2003 CRESTON NEWS
02-25-2003 ICE AND SNOW - It's Off To Work We Go
02-25-2003 CALLERS STRETCH CALHOUN CONTROL - "A Thousand Calls" During Storm
02-25-2003 A SPECIAL LETTER OF GRATITUDE - From Fire Chief Stephen A. Heath
02-25-2003 POWER STILL OUT FOR SOME - "Restoration Complete By Tonight For Most"
02-25-2003 ATV BILL NOW IN COMPROMISE - Industry Opposed To West Virginia's Bill
02-24-2003 1914: THREE TEENS ATTENDING CHURCH DROWN IN HENRYS FORK - Six Survived Sinking Boat
02-24-2003 WOOD FESTIVAL NEWS - Committees, Meetings And More
02-24-2003 GLENVILLE HIT BY FLOOD WATERS - Little Kanawha Now Receding
02-24-2003 BRYNER ROAD FLOODED - Van Submerges In Little Kanawha Water
02-24-2003 WIRT-CALHOUN FLOOD PHOTOS - Along The Little Kanawha
02-24-2003 GRANTSVILLE SPARED FROM SEVERE FLOODING - Glenville Takes A Hit
02-24-2003 CALHOUN WINS REGION 4 CHAMPIONSHIP - Roane Comes In 3rd
02-23-2003 IT WAS A BIG HIT BY MOTHER NATURE - Record Storm Drops Thousands Of Trees, Power And Phone Still Disrupted
02-23-2003 FLOOD WARNINGS ISSUED FOR REGION - Streams Out Of Banks, Little Kanawha Rising
02-23-2003 GLENVILLE STATE GETS $3 MILLION - Federal Funds For Improvements
02-23-2003 CALHOUN AND ROANE HARDEST HIT - Power Company Working To Restore Service
02-22-2003 STING ENDS IN DRUG ARREST - Man Faces Felony "Pot" Charges
02-22-2003 TROOPER FACES SUIT OVER FALSE TESTIMONY - Civil Case Says No Evidence Found
02-21-2003 REGION BRACES FOR FLOODING - "Imminent Emergency Conditions"
02-21-2003 COMMUNITY FACING WATER PROBLEMS - Boil Water Advisories, Drinking Water Available
02-21-2003 THE MELTDOWN - History Making Ice Storm Ends
02-18-2003 MAJOR ICE STORM HITS REGION - Thousands Of Trees Downed, Services Disrupted
02-16-2003 ICE COVERING CALHOUN AT MIDNIGHT - Road Conditions Hazardous, More Winter Weather
02-16-2003 FLOOD WARNINGS IN FIVE COUNTIES - 20 Inch Snow In Mountains
02-15-2003 FORMER BRAXTON TROOPER PROTESTING DISMISSAL - Staley Seeking Reinstatement
02-15-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Coal Truck Bill Returns, Steel Industry Hanging And Underwood Goes Home
02-15-2003 CALHOUN VARSITY BASKETBALL - Calhoun 62-Wirt 60
02-15-2003 GAINER RECEIVES MASTERS DEGREE - Maintains 4.0 GPA
02-15-2003 FIVE VEHICLES COLLIDE IN CHAIN ACCIDENT - Three Sent To Hospital, Second Wreck Friday Night
02-14-2003 WEST VIRGINIA LOST 33,000 JOBS LAST YEAR - Poll Says Citizens Pessimistic
02-14-2003 ROYALTY OWNERS SUING COLUMBIA GAS - Roane Residents Claim They Were Cheated
02-14-2003 MINNORA COMMUNITY CENTER TO HAVE FUNDRAISERS - Valentine Spaghetti Dinner And Line Dancing
02-14-2003 UNION ANGRY OVER DOMINION JOBS - "And For What? Greed!" Says President
02-14-2003 PEACE GATHERING THIS SATURDAY - Rev. Jim Lewis Will Speak
02-14-2003 OIL COMPANIES CLOSE TO GOUGING - AAA Spokesperson Says "Not Justified"
02-14-2003 2003: GRANTSVILLE VFD ROUND-THE-CLOCK DURING STORM - The Great Ice Storm
02-13-2003 SUPPORT OUR SERVICE MEN AND WOMEN - Send Names, Addresses And Photos To The Herald
02-13-2003 KNOW YOUR STATE GOVERNMENT PARTICIPANTS - Calhoun High School Juniors Visit Capitol
02-13-2003 CALHOUN MIDDLE SCHOOL WRESTLERS - Action Pictures From Season
02-13-2003 WILDFIRE NATIONAL MERIT FINALIST - Will Receive Scholarship Offers
02-13-2003 SERVICES FOR FORMER ARNOLDSBURG PRINCIPAL - Sherri Graham Dies In Parkersburg
02-13-2003 GRANTSVILLE MAN INDICTED FOR FRAUDULENT CREDIT CARD - Stole Identity Of Another Man
02-13-2003 WEST VIRGINIANS OPPOSE CONSOLIDATED SCHOOLS - While State Moves Forward
02-13-2003 ALCOHOL BEVERAGE CONTROL WANTS BOND MONEY - Strip Clubs Formerly Owned By Masiarczyk
02-12-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Coal Sales In Slump, West Virginia Poll, Clay Mayor Has Theft
02-12-2003 POLICE CATCH B & E SUSPECT - "Caught In The Act"
02-11-2003 CRESTON NEWS
02-11-2003 SAD GOOD-BYES AS TROOPS LEAVE SPENCER - "It Was Crying Time"
02-11-2003 ORAL CANCER SURVIVOR VISITS CALHOUN - Von Behrens Used Tobacco From Age 13
02-11-2003 GLENVILLE TREMBLES AT THOUGHT OF CLOSURE - From The Charleston Gazette
02-11-2003 SCOUT PINEWOOD DERBY RESULTS - 500 Cub Scouts Race at Grand Central Mall
02-11-2003 BASKETBALL: CALHOUN 65-GILMER 63 - A Squeaker
02-10-2003 TOO MANY COLLEGES? - Closing Some Might Not Save State Any Money
From The Sunday Gazette-Mail, By Tara Tuckwiller
02-10-2003 BUCK STEWART WILL COACH BACF CLASSIC - 10th Annual Event At Parkersburg Stadium
02-10-2003 WINDS OF WAR SWEEPING REGION - 1092nd Leaving This Morning
02-09-2003 WV GAS PRICES JUMPED NINE TO TWELVE CENTS - Some Relief In Sight?
02-09-2003 RECRUITMENT BIG PROBLEM FOR GLENVILLE STATE - Under Threat Of Closure
02-09-2003 UNDERWOOD IMPROVING AFTER HEART SURGERY - Suffering Effects Of Flu And Pneumonia
02-09-2003 CHLOE WOMAN INDICTED FOR MURDER - Five Charged With Murders In Roane
02-09-2003 WINTER SCENES FROM WIRT - Wildlife In The Snow
02-09-2003 PARTY HONORS E-4 JAMIE STARCHER - 1092nd Deployed For Duty
02-08-2003 KRACK AND WEAVER NOMINATED FOR SCHOLARSHIPS - National Honor Society Competition
02-08-2003 KNOW YOUR STATE GOVERNMENT DAY - CCHS Students Will Participate
02-08-2003 HAM RADIO CLASS BEGINS FEBRUARY 12 - Pioneer Amateur Radio Association
02-08-2003 CLAY POLITICIAN WANTS COMMISSION PRESIDENT OUSTED - Violated State Code, Complaint On Ten Commandments
02-08-2003 TINY TOWN ONE-UP IN COAL DUST DISPUTE - Sylvester Gets Damages
02-08-2003 RUMOR MILL ATTACKS JACKSON COUNTY SURGEON - Story Apparent Fabrication
02-08-2003 ARMY RESERVE UNIT CALLED FROM GRAFTON - Military Police Unit Has 180 Members, Spencer Guard Leaves Monday
02-08-2003 CLAY WOMAN SENTENCED FOR MURDER - Killed Charleston Woman For Dollars
02-07-2003 WALKING IN A WINTER WONDERLAND - Schools Closed, Few Accidents And More Winter Coming
02-07-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Sylvester Fights Back, ATV Changes And Med Malpractice
02-07-2003 STATES EXPERIENCING RED INK - Shortfalls Causing Major Problems
02-06-2003 ARNOLDSBURG LIGHTS ON! - Thank You Arnoldsburg Firefighters
02-06-2003 ROANE-CALHOUN SOLDIERS IN LARGEST CALL-UP - 500 Troops From 1092nd Engineers
02-06-2003 PARKERSBURG AND JACKSON LIVESTOCK MARKETS CLOSED - Under Review After Checks Bounced
02-05-2003 HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - Calhoun High School
02-05-2003 BUDGET DIGEST MONEY NOT FORTHCOMING - Commission Asks For Other Grants
02-05-2003 POWELL SAYS GSC HURTING BECAUSE OF RUMORS - Defends College Programs
02-05-2003 PROPHETS THUMB WILL PERFORM IN CHARLESTON - West Virginia Music Conference February 8th
02-05-2003 BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES - February 3, 2003 Meeting
02-05-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - "Pork Chop" Partner OK'ed, Chem Plant Loses Jobs, Gods And Generals
02-05-2003 LIONS HAVE NEW MILESTONE - Two Women Become Members
02-05-2003 FESTIVAL OF VOICES - Calling all Choirs, Choruses and Soloists
02-04-2003 A PERSONAL MESSAGE - To The Citizens Of Calhoun And Our Readers
02-04-2003 APPALACHIAN FUNDS ARE CUT 50% - Poorest Economies Taking A Hit
02-04-2003 CRESTON NEWS
02-04-2003 TAX REVENUES WAY OFF - Decline In Sales, Jobs And Wages
02-04-2003 MORRIS SENTENCED TO 18 MONTHS - Embezzling From Clay Bank, Makes Public Apology
02-04-2003 CHURCH OFFERS TO DONATE EMERGENCY BUILDING SITE - Mt. Zion Site Favored By Directors
02-04-2003 SPENCER NATIONAL GUARD UNIT CALLED - 1092nd Will Activate 500 Troops, Largest State Call-Up
02-03-2003 COMMISSION LISTS AGENDA - Meeting Monday 5 PM
02-02-2003 CALHOUN COUNTY COMMISSION - Board of Equalization And Review February Dates
02-02-2003 ANTI-TOBACCO CONTEST HELD - Elementary Student Winners Announced
02-02-2003 LIGHT'S ON HIGHLIGHTS - Partnership Committee Plans
02-02-2003 BOARD OF EDUCATION AGENDA - Meeting Monday February 3
02-01-2003 EDUCATION WATCH - Home School Rules Changed, Tuition Caps, Promise Scholarships Increase, State Doing Well "No Child Left Behind"
02-01-2003 JACKSON PARTS PLANT CLOSED - Production Shifts To Mexico
02-01-2003 COMMISSIONS REQUESTING FUNDS FOR EMERGENCY SERVICES - Priority Items From Budget Digest
01-31-2003 COLLEGES ALREADY CUTTING UNDER 13.4% EDICT - Some Considering Tuition Hikes
01-31-2003 ROANE SCHOOLS HAVE HIGH DROPOUT - Kids Count Survey
01-31-2003 TATTOO" VINCE INDICTED FOR MURDER - Murder Of Judson Reid
01-31-2003 RUGGLES NO SUGAR ICE CREAM RECALLED - Possible Pecan Problem
01-31-2003 HEAD START AVAILABLE - Opportunities For Pre-School Children
01-31-2003 WACO DENIED QUARRY PERMIT - Second Time Around
01-30-2003 GLENVILLE STATE WILL FIGHT CLOSURE - Plans Being Made
01-30-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - More Guardsmen Called, Worker's Comp History, Weston Multiple Murders
01-30-2003 SOCIETY CREATES PRESERVATION FUND - Donations Needed For Endowment
01-30-2003 WANT TO QUIT SMOKING - Here's Your Chance
01-30-2003 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION - February Dates And Times, Guest Speakers
01-30-2003 PRE-SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN & HEAD START REGISTRATION - Places, Dates And Times
01-30-2003 CHS VARSITY BASKETBALL'S WINNING SEASON - Ten Wins, Three Losses
01-29-2003 JACKSON PLANT ABRUPTLY CLOSES - Once Employed 100 Workers
01-29-2003 BILL SETS SOME SAFETY STANDARDS FOR ATV'S - Can Be Ridden On Roads Without A Line
01-29-2003 GIRLFRIEND PICKS-UP JONES AFTER MURDER - Roane Police Testify
01-29-2003 KNIGHT-BLANKENSHIP FILE FOR MAYOR- Nine Seek Grantsville Council Seats
01-29-2003 WILLARD BREAKS HIS HIP - Mayor Of Five Forks Rebounding
01-29-2003 BIG OTTER GO-MART ROBBED - Man Flees Early Wednesday Morning
01-28-2003 LIGHTS ON HIGHLIGHTS! - Important Tutoring Programs Available
01-28-2003 CRESTON NEWS
01-28-2003 NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS - Second Half Of 2002 Taxes Now Due
01-28-2003 LEWIS COUNTY MAN KILLS CHILDREN AND SELF - Wife And One Daughter Escape Scene
01-28-2003 ONE KILLED THREE INJURED IN WIRT CO. WRECK - Vehicle Traveled Over Embankment
01-27-2003 DOCTORS SUPPORT HOUSE BILL - Want Caps And Limits On Damage And Lawsuits
01-27-2003 WORK TO CONTINUE ON HISTORICAL HOTEL - Renovation And Restoration Planned
01-26-2003 AN OPEN LETTER - “The Hollywood Hillbillies”
01-26-2003 SOUTHERN WV BOOK ACCEPTED BY NATIONAL WHOLESALERS - Dr. Charles M. Wood's, Living The Good Life, Surviving In The 21st Century
01-25-2003 GILMER PRIMARY CARE - Job Opening For LPN
01-25-2003 STILL WAITING - Mother Wants To Clear Missing Daughter's Name
01-24-2003 GLENVILLE ISN'T EASILY DISMISSED - "Offering A Way Up For A Very Long Time"
01-24-2003 PAY YOUR TAXES WITH PLASTIC - State Tax Department Accepting Credit Cards
01-23-2003 MOUNTAINEERS' HONOR - A Book By John Michael Jarvis
01-23-2003 MARSHALL COUNTY, WV MINE EXPLOSION - Three Dead, Three Injured, Sheriff Deputies Perform Rescue
01-22-2003 CRESTON NEWS
01-21-2003 THE HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARDS - Making The Community Better
01-21-2003 CALHOUN LONG RIFLE CLUB RECOGNIZES MEMBERS - Tom Lane Highest Scorer
01-21-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Inside Workers Comp, VA Will Have Nursing Home And Don Nehlen Plays "Coal Football"
01-21-2003 TV-MOVIE STAR HELPS GRANTSVILLE VFD - Matthew Perry Donates $2,500
01-20-2003 JORDAN NEW MINNORA CENTER PRESIDENT - Activities Planned
01-20-2003 ADULT COURSES START TUESDAY AT CAREER CENTER - Last Chance
01-20-2003 LOOKING FOR SOME SHINING STARS - Do You Know Someone? A Group?
01-20-2003 REMEMBERING VIETNAM - Protesters Hit The Streets, Polls Call For Caution
01-19-2003 UNOCCUPIED CHLOE HOUSE BURNS - Car Plunges Off Pleasant Hill Road
01-19-2003 TEENAGER SIMONS WILL BE BURIED TODAY - Sudden Death For 15-Year-Old
01-19-2003 WIRT MAN'S BODY FOUND ON RAILROAD TRACKS - Foul Play Not Indicated
01-19-2003 KNIGHT FILES FOR GRANTSVILLE MAYOR - More Council Candidates
01-19-2003 IT WAS A SQUEAKER - Calhoun 39 Williamstown 38
01-19-2003 THE REALLY BIG SNOW WAS 25 YEARS AGO - Up To 24" Recorded
01-18-2003 STATE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT CHALLENGED - Construction Company Says Stewart Overstepped
01-18-2003 CORVETTE GROUP DONATES $500 TO CHS BAND - Appreciation Expressed
01-18-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Delegates Rapid, Malpractice, College Closing And Potato Chip Get-A-Way
01-18-2003 GOOD-BYE METER READERS - Dominion Will Cut Hundreds Of Jobs
01-18-2003 VALLEY FILL CHANGES WILL BE UNVEILED - Study On Mining And Timbering
01-18-2003 NATIONAL POINTS OF LIGHT RECOGNIZES MEL ARNOLD - Former Calhoun Businessman
01-18-2003 WEST VIRGINIA DEMS HAVE NEW CHAIR - Callaghan Replaces Maroney
01-18-2003 BUD GUNN SERVICE SUNDAY AT 1 PM - Merchant, Oil And Gas Producer And Farmer Dies Wednesday
01-17-2003 JACKSON APPOINTED TO STATE SCHOOL BOARD - Wise Makes Three Appointments
01-17-2003 APPALACHIAN CLASSIC GEARING FOR 2003 - Volunteers Really Needed
01-17-2003 MISSIONARY SPEAKS ABOUT AFGHAN LIFE - Poverty And Oppression Abound
01-17-2003 CLAY COMMISSION SUED OVER PROSECUTOR - Rhodes Scholar Schamberger Says Code Was Violated
01-17-2003 JONES BOUND TO CIRCUIT COURT FOR JETT MURDER - Probable Cause Hearing Before Magistrate Goodwin
01-17-2003 REGIONAL SCHOOLS CLOSED
01-17-2003 HOUSE PASSES ATV BILL - What It Says?
01-16-2003 MISSING MAN FOUND DEAD IN GILMER COUNTY - Tyler Man Drove Away Last Sunday
01-16-2003 STEMPLE-BOGGS OFFER AMENDMENT TO PREVENT GSC CLOSURE - House Did Not Accept Proposal
01-16-2003 "REALITY HICKS" MAY BE ON HOLD - Musta Read Dianne Weaver's Opinion
01-16-2003 SENIOR DAY AT THE LEGISLATURE FEB. 11 - Political Action Committee Formed
01-15-2003 THREE FILE FOR GRANTSVILLE SEATS - Deadline January 25th
01-15-2003 GLENVILLE STATE MAY BE TARGET FOR CLOSURE - Legislature Needs Money For Workers' Comp
01-15-2003 "RIGHTS" STILL CONNECTED TO ATV SAFETY BILL - Senate Bill Says Police Can Pursue On Private Land
01-15-2003 TWO HOUR SCHOOL DELAY WENESDAY
01-15-2003 WINTER WEATHER AND ACCIDENTS - Hand In Hand
01-15-2003 STATE RESERVISTS PACKING IT UP - Call Up May Last A Year
01-15-2003 BUSINESSMAN DONALD GUNN PASSES - Funeral Arrangements Pending
01-15-2003 HEALTH CARE EXECUTIVE DON SMITH II HAS DIED - Former Resident Of Spencer
01-14-2003 IT'S A WAL-MART WORLD - Leadership In Troubled Times
01-14-2003 FORMER MAGISTRATE GIVEN PROBATION - Johnson Makes Apology For Mistakes
01-14-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Gambling Czar, New Troopers, Cuts And Other News
01-14-2003 SHAFFER WILL SERVE JAIL TIME - Circuit Court Actions
01-14-2003 BOARD OF EDUCATION MINUTES - From January 6, 2003 Meeting
01-14-2003 CALHOUN SCHOOLS TWO HOUR DELAY - Wednesday Morning
01-13-2003 STUDENT DID NOT HAVE A WEAPON - Rumor Flying In Community
01-13-2003 FORMER MAGISTRATE'S SENTENCING TODAY - Johnson Could Face 1-10 Year Sentence, $2500 Fine
01-13-2003 WHO WILL SPEAK FOR YOU? - A Warning "Freedom Of Utterance Is In Danger"
01-13-2003 CRESTON NEWS
01-13-2003 DANIELLE BURNS WIRT COUNTY FAIR QUEEN PLACES IN TOP 15 - Charleston Competition Last Week
01-13-2003 DO YOU KNOW A SHINING STAR? - Let Us Hear From You
01-12-2003 ALLEGHENY ELECTRIC MAY NOT BANKRUPT - Restructure Being Considered
01-12-2003 GLENVILLE STATE FACING CUTS - WVU Will Cut $22 Million, Marshall $7 Million
01-12-2003 WHITE WAS BRAXTON'S FIRST FATALITY - Man Taken To CAMC
01-12-2003 ACCIDENT VICTIM LITTLE RETURNS HOME - "He's A Miracle"
01-12-2003 PRIVATE STATE ROADS SURFACES AGAIN - Pooling Of Public And Private Funds - Toll Roads, Parkway Or US 33 Upgrade Not On List
01-12-2003 THE REAL BEVERLY HILLBILLIES - We'll Be Laughing With You
01-12-2003 TWO INJURED IN MIDNIGHT COLLISION - Taken To Minnie Hamilton Health Care Center
01-12-2003 CALHOUN ATV DEATH REMEMBERED - Jamie Carpenter, Only 12
01-11-2003 TWO CARS IN MINOR ACCIDENT - Yellow Creek Road
01-11-2003 WEST VIRGINIA WATER DEAL HAS BEEN SIGNED - New Owner Has 70 Million Customers
01-11-2003 SMALLPOX SHOTS PENDING FOR WEST VIRGINIA - First Line Defense Against Bio Attack
01-10-2003 MINNIE HAMILTON JOB BOARD - Five Job Openings: Dental To Maintenance
01-10-2003 BALL AND MYERS WIN SPELLING BEE - Regional Contest March 29
01-10-2003 CALHOUN BASKETBALL MOVING ON UP - Calhoun 74-Roane 63
01-10-2003 CALHOUN MAGISTRATE REPORT - Magistrates Postalwait And Robinson
01-10-2003 ACCUSED MURDERER HAD FINANCIAL PROBLEMS - Jones Admits To Both Killings
01-10-2003 "TATTOO VINCE" HAS BOND HEARING TODAY - Prosecutor Opposes Bonding
01-09-2003 OLD WELLS MUST BE PLUGGED OR PRODUCED - DEP Enforcing Initiative
01-09-2003 JONES SAYS HE'S GUILTY OF JETT MURDER - "God Couldn't Forgive Me"
01-09-2003 WEST VIRGINIA HAS RECORD DEER KILL - All "Seasons" Included
01-09-2003 CLAY MURDER WITNESS ARRESTED FOR ARSON - "Murder Mountain" Resident Held In Cleveland
01-09-2003 GRAND JURY HAS FOUR INDICTMENTS - Drug Offense And False Pretense Charges
01-09-2003 STATE POLICE WILL CHARGE JONES FOR SECOND MURDER - Two Murders Within A Week
01-09-2003 KEY ENERGY MOVING DIVISION OFFICE TO WEST VIRGINIA - Key Has Operation At Arnoldsburg
01-08-2003 POLICE LOOKING FOR MOTIVE IN ROANE MURDER - Funeral Services Scheduled In Clendenin
01-08-2003 CRESTON NEWS
01-08-2003 CALHOUN COURT IN SESSION - Docket Is Slim
01-08-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Say It Ain't So!
01-08-2003 ADULT ENROLLMENT CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER - Classes begin January 21, 2003
01-08-2003 ITS WAS BASKETBALL NIGHT - Red Devils Have 6-1 Record
01-08-2003 MEDICAL CLINIC EXPANDING SERVICES - Dental Service Will Be Added
01-08-2003 CALHOUN MAN ARRESTED FOR JETT MURDER - "Done Some Real Bad Things"
01-07-2003 LOCATION OF EMERGENCY CENTER QUESTIONED - OES, 911 And EMS Want Mt. Zion Site
01-07-2003 DRUG STING DEATH IN WOOD NOT RECORDED - Officers Shot Kanawha Man When He Drove Toward Them
01-07-2003 JETT LIKELY DIED FROM A BEATING - Authorities Are Investigating
01-07-2003 STATE TROOPER SHOOTS MAN FOUR TIMES - Resists Arrest After Going Through Tollbooths
01-07-2003 REGIONAL JAIL BILL STILL "PAID OFF" - Sampson Takes Seat, Long Agenda Monday Night
01-07-2003 BEAUTY OF A WINTER DAY - Enjoy The Snow
01-07-2003 WRESTLING TOURNEY WEDNESDAY NIGHT AT CALHOUN HIGH - Four County Middle School Competition
01-06-2003 CHS PLAYERS NAMED TO AA ALL-STATE VOLLEYBALL - Hartshorn And Peffer
01-06-2003 PUPPY FOUND AT WHITE PINE - May Be Part Or Full St. Bernard
01-06-2003 ATV LEGISLATION ON CHARLESTON DOCKET - Three 13-Year-Olds Killed In One Week
01-06-2003 MINNORA CENTER HAS FIRST AUCTION - Board Meeting Scheduled For January 12
01-06-2003 STATE POLICE SHOOT MAN WHO RAN TOLL BOOTHS - Vehicle Crashed Near Charleston Exit
01-06-2003 COMMISSION WILL DISCUSS WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD - More Than A Dozen Items On Agenda Today
01-06-2003 CALHOUN-GILMER CAREER CENTER - Lights On! Second Semester Classes And Activities
01-06-2003 REGIONAL JAIL FEE WILL NOT INCREASE - Calhoun Paid Off Debt Last Year
01-05-2003 SCHOOL BOARD MEETING AGENDA - Open Meeting 7 PM Monday
01-05-2003 ARNOLDSBURG PRINCIPAL BACK TO WORK - Tetrick Suffered Rabbit Fever Symptoms
01-05-2003 KIDS COUNT SHOWS SOME CALHOUN IMPROVEMENT - Most Statistics Reflect Poor Ecomony
01-05-2003 DEP OFFERS NEW VALLEY FILL RULE - Logging And Mining Contributed To Floods, Coal Industry Not Happy
01-05-2003 POCAHONTAS MAN WINS $2 MILLION SETTLEMENT - State Police And Pocahontas Authorities Wrongfully Imprisoned Beard For Rainbow Murders
01-05-2003 REGION WILL GET A LITTLE SNOW - Sunday's Forecast
01-04-2003 CHARACTER ESSAY WINNERS ANNOUNCED - First Place Winners Receive $100
01-04-2003 WINTER EXERCISE CLASS BEGINS - Come And Walk The Walk
01-04-2003 EVANS PLACES THIRD IN STATE - Character Essay Contest
01-04-2003 BRAXTON WOMAN DIES IN AUTO ACCIDENT - Sharon White Funeral At Arnoldsburg
01-04-2003 GRAND JURY WILL REVIEW SHOOTING OF ALLEGED DRUG DEALER - Validation Of Video Taping Sought
01-04-2003 FIRE DEATH BECOMES SUSPICIOUS - Moorehead Dead Prior To Blaze
01-04-2003 FORMER POLICEMAN DIES AT CRESTON - Randy Barnette 1961-2003
01-04-2003 RED DEVIL BASKETBALL TEAM UNFEATED - Currently 5-0
01-04-2003 STATE'S WATER SALE APPROVED TO GERMAN CONGLOMERATE - 161,000 Customers, Seventeen Counties, $4.6 Billion Deal
01-04-2003 BODY DISCOVERED IN GRANNIES CREEK-PIGEON AREA OF ROANE - Crime Lab Being Summoned
01-03-2003 AUCTION WEEKEND AT MINNORA CENTER - Line Dancing On January 24, New Board Members Will Be Selected
01-03-2003 STATE WATER OWNERSHIP GOING ABROAD - Settlement Reached
01-03-2003 MONUMENT "HONORS INDUSTRY MORE THAN DECEASED MINERS" - Opponents Lose Statue Battle
01-03-2003 TURN THE LIGHTS OFF - "That Giant Sucking Sound" Is Becoming A Roar
01-02-2003 BAPTIST OFFICIAL AND MINISTER HAS DIED - Bryce W. Griffith, 79
01-02-2003 "GOOD NEIGHBOR" STATE FARM DROPS AUTO COVERAGE - No New WV Policies Written, Company Dropping Losers
01-02-2003 MOUNTAIN STATE WRAP - Deer Farming, Drunk Driving And Free Speech
01-02-2003 OBITUARY QUESTIONS? - The Hur Herald


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