There are 1665 matches for the year 2004:

Date PublishedArticle
12-31-2004 CALHOUN'S TOBACCO COALITION HAS BEEN ACTIVE - Encourages Attendance At Regulatory Meeting Jan. 10th
12-31-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
12-31-2004 MISSY'S WEEK OF SURVIVAL - Hope Rests With Drug Induced Coma
12-31-2004 MAN ESCAPES SERIOUS INJURY IN ROLL-OVER
12-31-2004 MELISSA OSHOWAY IN CRISIS - Condition Has Worsened
12-30-2004 CALHOUN'S UNEMPLOYMENT PICTURE MOST EXCELLENT - Things Are Sunny All Over
12-30-2004 OSHOWAY PLACED IN INDUCED COMA
12-29-2004 WARMING TREND SWEEPING ACROSS AREA
12-29-2004 MISSY'S FIGHT FOR LIFE - "On Bended Knee"
12-29-2004 A BIG CATCH IN NORTH CAROLINA
12-28-2004 FIRE DESTROYS MOBILE HOME NEAR DOWNTOWN SPENCER
12-28-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - "Nobody Touches His Little Girl"
12-28-2004 MISSY HAS A SHAKY DAY - A Turn For The Worse
12-28-2004 HARRISVILLE RITE-AID CLERKS TAKE QUICK ACTION - Two Armed Hold-ups Within Weeks
12-27-2004 OSHOWAY BREATHING ON HER OWN - Improvements Noted
12-27-2004 WINTER BLAST WILL BE TO YOUR POCKETBOOK - Natural Gas Prices Have Increased 50% In Two Years
12-27-2004 CHARLESTON GAZETTE REPORT - Small Town Big Wal-Mart: Spencer WV
12-27-2004 MANY WALMART EMPLOYEES LOOK TO CHIPS FOR HEALTH INSURANCE
12-26-2004 WOMAN ARRESTED FOR HOLD-UP AT HARRISVILLE RITE-AID - Second Incident In Months, Robber Who Hit Smithville Bar At Large
12-26-2004 OSHOWAY'S PRAYER CHAIN GOES BEYOND CALHOUN
12-25-2004 GLIMMERING, DANCING MUSICAL CHRISTMAS DISPLAY - Special Attraction At Minnie Hamilton Health Care
12-25-2004 MELISSA OSHOWAY'S CONDITION REMAINS CRITICAL
12-25-2004 CLAY WOMAN SUING OVER NOVELTY FOOTBALL TOSSED AT GAME
12-25-2004 HOLIDAY MUSIC AT SENIOR CENTER
12-25-2004 BACF BASKETBALL CLASSIC SLATED FOR APRIL - Calhoun Will Participate
12-24-2004 $2,500 REWARD OFFERED AFTER ARSON OF WIRT CHURCH
12-24-2004 THE FROG POND - Making Christmas
12-24-2004 WHEELING NATIVE JOINS IRAQI DEAD
12-24-2004 CEDAR CREEK-NORMANTOWN-STUMPTOWN WATER PROJECT TO BE BID - Rt. 16 West Fork Project Unfunded
12-24-2004 JACK WHITTAKER ANGRY OVER GRANDDAUGHTERS DEATH - "She Was My World"
12-24-2004 YELLOW CREEK BOIL WATER ADVISORY
12-24-2004 OSHOWAY GIRL SERIOUSLY INJURED IN TWO CAR COLLISION
12-24-2004 PRAYER CHAIN STARTED FOR MELISSA OSHOWAY
12-24-2004 SECOND WV NATIVE DIES FROM IRAQ ATTACK
12-23-2004 RUSH FOUND GUILTY OF VOLUNTARY MANSLAUGHTER
12-23-2004 LOCAL NURSING PROFESSIONAL ACCEPTED INTO STATEWIDE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE
12-23-2004 MINNIE HAMILTON LONG TERM RESIDENTS CELEBRATE HOLIDAY
12-23-2004 CHRISTMAS WILL BE WINTER WONDERLAND, SORTA - Rain, Snow And Cold, Friday Night Toward The Zero
12-23-2004 JOBS OPEN AT CORRECTIONAL FACILITY - Testing In January
12-23-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Death Or Down At The Mouth Of The Elk
12-22-2004 CHRISTMAS COCAINE HAS TRAGIC ENDING
12-22-2004 RUSH'S FATE IN HANDS OF JURY - Deliberations Continue This Morning
12-22-2004 SCHOOL BOARD HOLDS TWO EXPULSION HEARINGS - Beall Resigns As Band Director
12-21-2004 NEWLY ELECTED OFFICEHOLDERS SWORN
12-21-2004 DEFENSE RAISES QUESTIONS REGARDING RUSH'S RIGHTS - State Policemen Was Disciplined Over Behavior
12-21-2004 CRESTON NEWS
12-21-2004 NEW 911 CENTER MOVING AHEAD WITH VOLUNTEER SUPPORT
12-21-2004 NUTS AND PEDIGREES - Calhoun High Science Projects
12-21-2004 JACKPOT WHITTAKER'S GRANDDAUGHTER IS DEAD
12-21-2004 BROWNIES SPREAD CHEER WITH CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS
12-21-2004 WESTON CASINO PLAN REJECTED - New Gambling Interests Will Come Forward
12-21-2004 CALHOUN MIDDLE COMPETES IN PT. PLEASANT TOURNEY
12-20-2004 MOUNTAIN LION FEEDBACK - Big Cats In Them Thar Hills?
12-20-2004 BUTTON UP YOUR OVERCOAT - Baby It's Cold Outside
12-20-2004 ONE MORE CHANCE TO KILL A DEER - The Five-Day After Christmas Season
12-20-2004 SMOKING BAN WILL INCLUDE RESTAURANTS - No Smoke Space Withing 15 Feet Of Doorways
12-20-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - God Rest Ye Merry Shoppers
12-20-2004 JACK WHITTAKER'S PROBLEMS - Episode No. ?
12-20-2004 CLAY MAN WAS CHARGED IN EARLIER "RUN DOWN" INCIDENT
12-20-2004 IT HAS HIT THE ZERO
12-19-2004 CALHOUN SCHOOLS ON 2-HR. DELAY - Other Schools Listed
12-18-2004 RUSH JURORS VISIT MURDER SCENE - Tour Given Of Groves-Hicks Murder House
12-18-2004 RUSH TELLS INVESTIGATOR HE COULD HAVE A MEMORY PROBLEM - Offers More Than One Account
12-18-2004 ELIZABETH CHURCH FIRE DECLARED ARSON
12-18-2004 MOUTH OF THE ELK - Roberts Says There Is Payback, Ross Says He's Not Guilty, Ms. Mezz Has Ethics Charges
12-18-2004 SPECIAL PROSECUTOR WILL PROBE GILMER PROBLEM - Allegations Against Parks And Recreation Director
12-18-2004 IT'S GONNA GET COLD
12-17-2004 MURDER CHARGE DROPPED AGAINST KELLEY
12-17-2004 RUSH GAVE CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS - Father Has Memory Lapse, Jurors May Visit Crime Scene
12-17-2004 READING FIRST AT PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL
12-17-2004 4-H TEEN LEADERS PARTICIPATE IN COMMUNITY PROJECT
12-17-2004 CALHOUN HIGH HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL
12-17-2004 CALHOUN HIGH PLAYERS ON ALL-STATE FOOTBALL TEAM
12-17-2004 ELIZABETH CHURCH FIRE BELIEVED ARSON
12-16-2004 "JOYCE PICKED A $25,000 TICKET" - Arnoldsburg Lottery Winner Gives A Bonus
12-16-2004 COURTHOUSE FIGHT LANDS COUPLE IN JAIL
12-16-2004 RUSH GOES ON TRIAL FOR DOUBLE MURDER - Minney Asks Jurors To "Follow The Money"
12-16-2004 CALHOUN BUCK KILL IS DOWN
12-16-2004 WV HUNTERS HARVEST 64,547 BUCKS - 42,537 Doe, Two Week Season
12-16-2004 CALHOUN MARRIAGES
12-15-2004 ST, MARYS BASED COMPANY SOLD
12-15-2004 TWO GLENVILE MEN ARRESTED FOR METH LABS
12-15-2004 WIRT MAN SENTENCED TO 22 YEARS FOR METH - Lawson Still In Flight
12-15-2004 RED DEVILS LOSE OPENER TO ROANE - Perkins Nets 35 In Defeat
12-15-2004 START OF GROVES-HICKS MURDER TRIAL POSTPONED - Defense Attorney Baldwin Injured In Accident
12-15-2004 STUFF THE TURKEY PROJECT A SUCCESS
12-15-2004 BIG BUCK KILLED WITH MUZZLELOADER
12-14-2004 PICK YOUR PATH TO HEALTH - Program Dedicated To Promoting Women's Health
12-14-2004 WINTRY ROAD CAUSES TRUCK CRASH - Numerous Other Incidents Reported
12-14-2004 JURY SEATED FOR GROVES-HICKS MURDER TRIAL - Opening Statements, Testimony Starts
12-14-2004 LITTLE KANAWHA RIVER FISH EATING RESTRICTED - Mercury Level Could Cause Problem
12-14-2004 WV GETS "A" FOR MOUNTAIN BIKE RACING
12-14-2004 PICKLE AUTOPSY DETERMINES CAUSE OF DEATH
12-14-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Cheerleader Shot In Back, Men Sentenced In Pizza Man Shooting, Former Deputy Found Guilty Of Murder
12-13-2004 YELLOW CREEK AREA BOIL WATER ADVISORY
12-13-2004 NEARLY $8000 RAISED FOR UNDERWOOD PROJECT - Museum And Box Seating At Mt. Zion Field
12-13-2004 MEN ARRESTED FOR RUNNING OVER OFF-DUTY DEPUTY
12-13-2004 AUTO CRASHES AFTER PASSING VEHICLE
12-13-2004 PARK THAT HONDA CLOSER TO THE HOUSE
12-13-2004 HEARTWOOD PERFORMERS LIFT THE RAFTERS - 12th Annual December Celebration
12-13-2004 CHLOE WOMAN SUES EMPLOYER FOR $25 MILLION - $500,000 Asked For Compensatory Damages From WVDOH
12-13-2004 CRESTON NEWS
12-13-2004 YOUNG LADIES REPRESENT CALHOUN IN SUTTON CHRISTMAS PAGEANT
12-13-2004 CALHOUN WRESTLERS ROLL AT RITCHIE - Red Devils Win Every Dual Match
12-13-2004 CALHOUN MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS FALL
12-13-2004 TEMPS ARE DROPPING - It's Beginning To Feel Like Winter
12-11-2004 HEARTWOOD CELEBRATION CONTINUES TONIGHT
12-11-2004 CALHOUN SENIORS WILL BE HELPED BY SISTERS OF ST. JOSEPH GRANT
12-11-2004 BUCK HARVEST WAS DOWN 12% IN WV - Roane Has Biggest Kill
12-11-2004 GRUESOME GROVES-HICKS MURDER CASE GOES TO TRIAL - Rush Charged With Shootings
12-11-2004 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL CHANGES VACATION RULES - Free Parking Granted Through December
12-10-2004 CLAY WOMAN IN CUSTODY BATTLE OVER SAME-SEX PARENTING
12-10-2004 RAW SEWAGE SUIT FILED IN CALHOUN - Sampson v Blake
12-10-2004 BRAXTON FIRE VICTIMS IDENTIFIED
12-10-2004 THE DOWN EAST BOYS CONCERT TONIGHT - An Evening Of Gospel Entertainment
12-10-2004 THREE INJURED IN BIG BEND CRASH - Car And Truck Collide At Yellow Creek Intersection
12-10-2004 GRANTSVILLE'S TOWN HALL COULD BE DEMOLISHED - Congressman Mollohan Supportive Of New Facility, Says Morris
12-10-2004 BRIDGES CANNOT HANDLE COAL TRUCK WEIGHT LIMITS - Non-Coal Haulers Held To Different Standard
12-10-2004 HEINEY GETS THE TOWEL
12-10-2004 CALHOUN'S WINTER SPORTS LAUNCH - Rebuilding, Reloading
12-10-2004 FIRE MARSHAL VS. MONROE TEACHER CASE DROPPED - Rubber Doorstop Incident Gets International Attention
12-09-2004 UPDATES DELAYED BECAUSE OF SERVICE INTERRUPTION
12-09-2004 MOUTH OF THE ELK - WV Has $10 Billion Debt, High Court Questions Budget Digest Again, Tobacco Settlement Money Fills Budget Gaps, McGraw Sues Over Campaign
12-09-2004 HIGH WINDS DOWN FIBER OPTIC CABLE - Hur Herald And Internet Service Disrupted
12-09-2004 SMITHVILLE BAR HELD-UP BY ARMED MAN
12-08-2004 KING AND KNIGHT ROYALTY OVER CM-HS WINTER GALA
12-08-2004 PARKERSBURG POLICE OFFER "SHOP WITH A COP"
12-08-2004 LION'S CLUB GIVES ASSIST TO LOCAL LIBRARY
12-08-2004 READING FIRST AT PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL
12-08-2004 SENIOR CENTER AUTO HAS WHEELS STOLEN
12-08-2004 GRASS FIRE STARTS DURING HIGH WINDS
12-08-2004 STARCHER AND SHOCK RECEIVE MCKELVEY SCHOLARSHIPS
12-07-2004 COMMISSION MOVES GRANTS AHEAD - Disappointing News On Courthouse Elevator
12-07-2004 ELDERLY INVALIDS DIE IN BRAXTON FIRE
12-07-2004 DUPONT UNDER ATTACK FOR ALLEGED VIOLATIONS
12-07-2004 FLU SHOTS AVAILABLE AT CALHOUN HEALTH DEPARTMENT
12-07-2004 4-H MEMBERS STAY "UP ALL NIGHT"
12-07-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
12-07-2004 WEST VIRGINIA'S PRISON POPULATION HIGHEST IN USA - Calhoun Facing Budget Crunch Over Inmates
12-06-2004 CRESTON NEWS
12-06-2004 WV WILL GET $18.3 MILLION HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDS - Money Could Help Calhoun Complete 911 Center
12-06-2004 STUDENTS "HOT" AFTER TEACHER FINED - Fire Marshal Issues Citation Because Door Was Propped
12-06-2004 DAVID MC KAIN HAS NEW CIVIL WAR BOOK - "The Civil War And Northwestern Virginia"
12-06-2004 CHS FOOTBALL PLAYERS RECOGNIZED - "This Team Had An Unselfish Commitment"
12-06-2004 COMMISSION WILL REVIEW GRANTS
12-04-2004 IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS - 10th Annual Grantsville Parade
12-04-2004 ARNOLDSBURG VFD GETS $34,000 FOR EQUIPMENT REPLACEMENT
12-04-2004 RED DEVILS All-LKC FOOTBALL TEAM 2004
12-04-2004 RED DEVILS ON ALL-LKC VOLLEYBALL TEAM
12-03-2004 SANTA ARRIVING IN GRANTSVILLE TONIGHT - Hometown Christmas Parade Starts At 6, Craft And Gift Show Concludes
12-03-2004 WOMAN ESCAPES INJURY AFTER BIG SPRINGS PLUNGE - No Injury In Rt. 16 South Accident, Authorities Investigating Possible B&E
12-03-2004 STATE HIGHWAYS FALLING APART - New Study Says Roads And Bridges Crumbling
12-03-2004 GUNSHOTS AND FIRE AT CREMO - Building Burns To Ground, Police Are Investigating
12-03-2004 "GRAFFITI" SOLD TO OGDEN NEWSPAPERS - Editor Lipton Has Mixed Emotions
12-02-2004 SHOPPERS FREQUENT COURTHOUSE GIFT SHOW - Hometown County Christmas, Christmas Parade 6 PM Friday
12-02-2004 GRANTSVILLE HAS NEW BUSINESS QUARTERS
12-02-2004 JACK'S TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS CONTINUE
12-01-2004 MEZZATESTA DEBACLE MAY BE FINALLY ENDING - Wake-Up Call For Legislature?
12-01-2004 JUDGE EVANS KILLS 12-POINT BUCK - "Nicest Buck In Years..."
12-01-2004 DOW'S JOB LOSS INCREASES TO 270 - Kanawha Losing 70 High-Tech Jobs
12-01-2004 CALHOUN HIGH STUDENTS RECEIVE ACADEMIC AND ATTENDANCE AWARDS
12-01-2004 GUSTING WINDS DOWN POWER POLES - Trees, Limbs, Debris
11-30-2004 CRESTON NEWS
11-30-2004 "WORST" CASE OF CHILD ABUSE - Adam Parsons Arrested For Alleged Wounding Of Children
11-30-2004 TWENTY-EIGHT-POUND BOBCAT AND HUMONGOUS 8-PT. DEER KILLED
11-30-2004 BLAST RIPS OUT WALL OF EGYPT RIDGE HOUSE - Investigators Will Decide Cause Of Man's Death
11-29-2004 FIRE MARSHAL INVESTIGATING EXPLOSION - Egypt Ridge Man Dead
11-29-2004 HUNTERS BRING HOME THE VENISON
11-29-2004 A CRAWFISH PIE AND A FILLET GUMBO - Saturday Night Sing At Senior Center
11-29-2004 SMOKING BAN COMING TO CALHOUN RESTAURANTS - Some Smokers "Fired Up"
11-28-2004 EGYPT RIDGE MAN DIES IN EXPLOSION - 69-Year-Old Found On Kitchen Floor
11-27-2004 DRIVER CRASHES INTO PARKED VEHICLE
11-27-2004 BUSH ADMINISTRATION CUTS PELL GRANTS - Affects 40% Of WV College Students
11-26-2004 SIXTEEN POINT BUCK KILLED AT PALESTINE
11-26-2004 MARION COUNTY NATIVE RETIRES FROM U.S. NAVY - Former Assistant Calhoun Band Director
11-26-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Three Shootings Charleston's West Side
11-24-2004 DUPONT WILL PAY $107.6 MILLION IN WATER TAINTING SETTLEMENT - Could Pay $235 Million More
11-24-2004 THANKSGIVING SHOWERS - Chill Down By Sunday, Snow Showers
11-24-2004 RITCHIE DRIVER RUNS DOWN ORMET PICKETER - Company Freezing Pension Benefits
11-24-2004 GILMER MAN SHOT IN HEAD - State's First Hunting Accident
11-24-2004 A THANKSGIVING HUNT: 1901
11-24-2004 PRETTY BABY SNOWFLAKE WINNERS ANNOUNCED
11-24-2004 HILLBILLY STOMPERS PERFORM AT WVU - Group Receives Awards
11-24-2004 PLEASANT HILL TEACHERS PARTICIPATE IN READING STUDY
11-24-2004 ANNUAL HOMETOWN HOLIDAY CHRISTMAS PARADE- Spencer, December 3
11-24-2004 TWO DAY DEER KILL 838
11-24-2004 MON COUNTY STUDENTS STRANDED, NO BUS DRIVERS - Deer Season Causes Problem
11-24-2004 ELDERLY MAN'S HOUSE TARGETED - Gun, Checks And Cash Stolen
11-24-2004 WIDEN-FOLA OIL AND GAS FIELDS SOLD
11-23-2004 FREE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS - Nov. 29 At Gilmer County High School
11-23-2004 HELP WANTED TO LOCATE WWII VETS - Grantsville Senior Center Has "Last Man's Club"
11-23-2004 BIG BUCK BAGGED
11-23-2004 HIMES NEW CALHOUN EXTENSION AGENT
11-22-2004 HUNTING LICENSES AVAILABLE ON THE NET
11-22-2004 CRESTON NEWS
11-22-2004 SPENCER PLANNING GALA CHRISTMAS EVENT
11-22-2004 LOUISA CHAPEL MEMBERS SHARE THANKSGIVING DINNER
11-22-2004 FUNDRAISER IN MEMORY OF AMANDA JOHNSON - Will Help Travis Godfrey
11-20-2004 JENN SMITH'S "MAKE-UP MAGIC" USED IN ROCK VIDEO
11-20-2004 SPENCER FILM FEST SHOWING "CONTROL ROOM" DEC.. 2
11-20-2004 FEW STATE SENIORS GET MEDICARE DRUG DISCOUNT CARD
11-20-2004 FORMER ROANE HOSPITAL ADMINISTRATOR DIES
11-20-2004 READ TO ME DAY AT ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL
11-20-2004 BIO TERRORISM COURSE OFFERED FREE ON NET - Education Credits Offered
11-20-2004 CHARLESTON LOSES 300 AT&T JOBS - Union Says Jobs Going Abroad
11-20-2004 NELLY'S GENERAL STORE BIG BUCK CONTEST - Hunting Season Services Offered
11-19-2004 SHERIFF RICHARDS SHOT TO DEATH 28 YEARS AGO
11-19-2004 BLANKENSHIP COMPETING FOR MU ORCHESTRA PERFORMANCE
11-19-2004 HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE AT ELIZABETH - The Feathered Nest Opens Tomorrow
11-19-2004 PAKISTANI NATIVE SPEAKS DURING INTERNATIONAL ED WEEK
11-19-2004 CHINESE LAUNDRY PLANNED FOR GRANTSVILLE - 100 Years Ago
11-19-2004 AKRON CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL APPOINTS CALHOUN GRADUATE AS MULTIMEDIA MANAGER
11-18-2004 "STUFF THE TURKEY" PROJECT ENDS FRIDAY - Food Donations Needed, Will Help Community
11-18-2004 FLOODED ROADWAY BLOCKS BACK FORK RESIDENTS
11-18-2004 NO INJURIES IN SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT
11-18-2004 STABBING REPORTED ON SUGAR CAMP
11-18-2004 STATE DEPUTIES EXPERIENCE CLOSE CALLS - Mason Deputy Shot By Teen, Calhoun Deputy Run Over By Auto
11-18-2004 RULE CHANGE ALLOWS DRILLING UNDER NATIONAL PARKS
11-18-2004 "BIG AL" HOGAN ON THE MEND
11-18-2004 COUNTY WORKERS CELEBRATE THANKSGIVING
11-18-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
11-17-2004 WHOLESALE PRICES JUMP HIGHEST SINCE 1990
11-17-2004 TORTILLAS AND LULLABIES - Helping Others At Arnoldsburg School
11-17-2004 SNOWFLAKE PAGEANT HAS 45 PARTICIPANTS
11-17-2004 TROPHY SAUGEYE CAUGHT IN LITTLE KANAWHA
11-17-2004 STILT GRASS ON GROWING RAMPAGE - Destructive Thatches Spotted Along Henry's Fork
11-17-2004 LIBERAL BASTION NY TIMES LOOKS AT WV POLITICS
11-17-2004 MOUTH OF THE ELK - More Gambling Options Needed, Mezz Could Get More Than Hand-Slap, Ross Ethics Hearing Postponed, Drug Program Passes
11-17-2004 OVERDUE PLAYGROUND ISSUE RAISED - School Board Hears College-Entry Problems
11-17-2004 MOUNTAIN SCARS WITNESSED BY VA TECH STUDENTS
11-17-2004 THIRD WV MARINE KILLED IN IRAQ
11-16-2004 MOUTH OF THE ELK - Moxy With Pharmacy Makers?
11-16-2004 MOLASSES FESTIVAL RECOGNITION DINNER - "Memories A Community Built"
11-16-2004 CEOS GO BACK TO 1927 - Annual Achievement Night Dinner
11-16-2004 CALHOUN MARRIAGES
11-15-2004 POSTALWAIT NEW DEMOCRAT CHAIRPERSON - Evans Resigns
11-15-2004 CRESTON NEWS
11-15-2004 SCHOOL BOARD MEETS TONIGHT
11-15-2004 IT WAS A BIG SURPRISE - Murell Basnett Celebrates 90th
11-13-2004 CALHOUN CIRCUIT COURT HEARS CASES
11-13-2004 THREE SOLDIERS SERVING IN IRAQ LAID TO REST
11-13-2004 TWO SATURDAY ACCIDENTS, NO INJURIES REPORTED
11-12-2004 DR. RENTSCHLER RESIGNS FROM CAREER CENTER
11-12-2004 PSC APPROVES NORMANTOWN-STUMPTOWN-CEDAR CREEK WATER PROJECT
11-12-2004 WHAT'S THE MATTER WITH WEST VIRGINIA? - "I Don’t Use A Lot Of Big Words, But Everyone Understands What I Mean"
11-11-2004 VETS HONORED AT SENIOR CENTER - 5th Annual Celebration
11-11-2004 HIGH COURT ADDRESSES SACRED COW - The Budget Digest
11-11-2004 MOUTH OF THE ELK - Ross Fighting To Retain Seat, State Party Leaders Full Of Discontent
11-11-2004 MISTRIAL DECLARED IN ROANE MURDER CASE
11-11-2004 $200,000 BOND SET FOR RUSH - "Sealed" Information Used In Cross-Exam, Case Will Be Tried December 13
11-11-2004 CRASH SENDS FOUR TO HOSPITAL
11-11-2004 SPENCER BUSINESSMAN SUES LOGAN BANNER
11-10-2004 BE AWARE-IT COULD SAVE YOUR LIFE - Diabetes Support Group Will Meet Nov. 18
11-09-2004 WALKER'S 300 JOBS LEAVING - Kanawha Valley Has Lost 10,000 Chemical Jobs
11-09-2004 "BIGGER IS BETTER" - Hey, You Learned That Yet?
11-09-2004 ARMED ROBBERS CAUGHT IN CLAY COUNTY - Ritchie Has Stick-Up For Drugs
11-09-2004 NATURAL MEDICINE DEMONSTRATED TO LOCAL STUDENTS
11-09-2004 COMMISSIONERS CANVASS GENERAL ELECTION BALLOTS
11-08-2004 WALKERS CELEBRATE 50 YEARS TOGETHER
11-08-2004 ARRESTS PENDING AFTER OFF-DUTY DEPUTY RUN DOWN
11-08-2004 JUDE BINDER SAYS "LIFE IS ABOUT NOURISHMENT" - Education: WV Fourth In Nation With Spending, 39th In Achievement
11-08-2004 ALBINO DEER KILLED NEAR HUR
11-08-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - School Board Shooter Wants Out, Man Who Killed Campers Sentenced
11-08-2004 TO NAME A BENCH - Bell Says It's Hard To Decide
11-08-2004 "BIG AL'S" FRIENDS CAME OUT TO HELP THE HELPER - Now Facing His Own Crisis
11-08-2004 PASTOR RICK AND MELODY CELEBRATE 15TH ANNIVERSARY
11-08-2004 WILLARD'S BACK IN THE SADDLE AGAIN - A Sunday Horseback Ride
11-08-2004 CRESTON NEWS
11-08-2004 DO YOU HAVE A CALHOUN MOUNTAIN LION TALE?
11-08-2004 FIRST FREEZE PREDICTED
11-06-2004 BIG BEND MAN IN SERIOUS CONDITION FOLLOWING CRASH
11-06-2004 STATE GOVERNMENT SIZE CONTINUES TO GROW
11-06-2004 GRANTSVILLE MOVING OFFICES - Potholes Get Asphalt, Audit Contract Submitted
11-06-2004 CALHOUN CLOSES SEASON WITH WIN - Price Runs Wild In Win Over St. Marys
11-06-2004 WV GOP HEAD KRIS WARNER FIRES STAFF
11-06-2004 CALHOUN WINS LAST GAME OF SEASON - Calhoun 34 - St. Marys 14
11-06-2004 RONNIE RUSH WILL BE TRIED IN DECEMBER - Problems Surround Gruesome Murder Case
11-05-2004 CLAY WOMAN EJECTED FROM AUTO - Subjects Connected To Clay-Roane Incidents
11-05-2004 CHS HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL
11-05-2004 ORMA WOMAN HAS SAME NAME AS INDICTED SUBJECT
11-05-2004 ETHICS COMMISSION CONTINUES CHARGES AGAINST MEZZATESTA AND ROSS
11-05-2004 SAMPSON WACKS GOLIATH
11-05-2004 RED DEVILS CLOSE SEASON TONIGHT - Will It End With A Bang Or A Whimper?
11-05-2004 THE WITCH MAN OF CALHOUN COUNTY - Patrick Gainer Tale Retold
11-05-2004 SETTLES REINSTATED BY OES - Rain gauge Problems Being Corrected
11-05-2004 METH ON WHEELS IN RITCHIE COUNTY
11-04-2004 LEWIS VOTERS SUPPORT GAMBLING CASINO AT OLD STATE HOSPITAL
11-04-2004 COAL STOCKS UP AFTER KERRY DEFEAT - Benjamin Win Could Stoke Surge
11-04-2004 AFTER THE NOISE - A Rainbow Shines
11-04-2004 MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL - Practice Begins November 8
11-04-2004 STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS SEMINAR
11-04-2004 ARRESTS MADE IN REEDY METH LAB
11-04-2004 THREE DEPARTMENTS RESPOND TO MUD FORK FOREST FIRE
11-04-2004 NATURAL GAS PRICES SKYROCKETING - Mountaineers Prices Up 75% Since 2000-2001
11-04-2004 CAN JUDGES BE BOUGHT AND SOLD? - West Virginians Will Decide
11-03-2004 DR. TONY RUSSELL RECOGNIZED FOR COMMUNITY SERVICE
11-03-2004 NEW TOWING SERVICE SERVING CALHOUN-ROANE
11-03-2004 DEER CRASH CLAIMS ARE DOWN
11-03-2004 NETTLES DEFEATS DUSKEY FOR ASSESSOR - Stemple Wins Over McKown, School Levy Badly Defeated
11-03-2004 BUSH CARRIES CALHOUN FOR SECOND TIME - Manchin In, Capito Defeats Wells
11-03-2004 DEMOCRATS CONTINUE LEANING TOWARD REPUBLICAN PARTY - Bush Wins State For Second Time
11-03-2004 MEZZ GOES DOWN IN HAMPSHIRE COUNTY
11-03-2004 WIRT COUNTY HOLDS ON - Levy Passes
11-02-2004 ONE INJURED IN STINSON COLLISION
11-02-2004 GRANTSVILLE OUTLAWS POOL HALLS
11-02-2004 IF YOU THINK THIS HAS BEEN A NASTY ELECTION YEAR - Consider Fists, Rocks And Clubs In Sunny Cal
11-02-2004 COMMISSION WILL UNDERWRITE WOOD FESTIVAL - 911 Center And Underwood Field Reports Given, Radio Equipment Bids Accepted
11-02-2004 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL APPROVES TOWN HALL MOVE - Offices Will Occupy Former Jail Building
11-02-2004 COMMISSION OFFERS QUARTERS FOR TOWN HALL RELOCATION
11-02-2004 BIG VOTER TURNOUT EXPECTED - Quick Look At The Ballot
11-02-2004 1969 CALHOUN HIGH REUNION - They Come To Mineral Wells
11-01-2004 VOTERS WILL DECIDE ON SCHOOL LEVY TOMORROW - State Funding Formula Causing Crunch
11-01-2004 ARRESTS PENDING IN ASSAULT ON CALHOUN DEPUTY
11-01-2004 CRESTON NEWS
11-01-2004 ER HAS HALLOWEEN PARTY AT MINNIE HAMILTON
11-01-2004 CALHOUN MAN'S NATURE PHOTOS RECOGNIZED - Gazette-Mail Story Features Shock's Award-Winning Work
11-01-2004 COMMISSION WILL HEAR TOWN HALL DILEMMA - Grants Will Be Reviewed, Wood Festival Needs Sponsorship
11-01-2004 MIDNIGHT HOUR FOR WIRT COUNTY - Voters To Decide Future
11-01-2004 TONY RUSSELL WRITES - "Living In Oz"
10-30-2004 CALHOUN DEPUTY SHERIFF INJURED
10-30-2004 RATIONING SUNLIGHT CHANGES MADE TONIGHT - It's "Time Change" Time
10-30-2004 DISABLED VOTERS OFFERED ASSISTANCE
10-30-2004 FIRST PERSON WAR STORIES HEARD BY CAREER STUDENTS
10-30-2004 STRANGE CHARACTERS INVADE SENIOR CENTER
10-30-2004 SCHOOL BAND'S HALLOWEEN SHOW - Last Home Football Game
10-30-2004 A STEER CREEK GHOST STORY: 1927 - "It Was Waiting To Receive Guests"
10-30-2004 RED DEVILS FALL TO BRAXTON 12-8 - "A Pass To Many" Has Historical Parallel
10-30-2004 RON LANE INC. DEVELOPING ELLENBORO AREA - ARC Awards $776,000 Grant Water-Sewage For Project
10-29-2004 HE'S GOT NOWHERE TO GO BUT UP
10-29-2004 DUSKEY VS. NETTLES ON TUESDAY'S BURNER
10-29-2004 STOLEN DUMP TRUCK RETURNED TO OWNER
10-29-2004 VANDALS BURN CAMPAIGN SIGN IN GRANTSVILLE
10-29-2004 VOTE COUNTING MACHINE PASSES WITH FLYING COLORS - Voting Precincts Given
10-29-2004 THEY'RE BEAMING AT PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL - Students Recognized For "Above And Beyond"
10-29-2004 CONTROVERSIAL FILM MAKER MICHAEL MOORE STIRS ...
10-28-2004 CUNNINGHAM NAMED FAIRMONT PLAYER OF THE WEEK
10-28-2004 CRESTON OIL HAS LATE NIGHT B & E - Stolen Truck Reportedly Located
10-28-2004 BRAXTON ONCE AGAIN THE OBSTACLE - Calhoun Closes Home Schedule Friday
10-27-2004 CALHOUN HALLOWEEN EVENTS - Etta Coon's Goblins Will Greet Trick Or Treaters
10-27-2004 CALHOUN CITIZENS BEING ASKED TO SUPPORT SCHOOL LEVY - Here Are The Details
10-27-2004 BRAXTON TAX CLERK ARRESTED FOR EMBEZZLEMENT - Accused Of Stealing $13,000
10-27-2004 CALHOUN SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM "HITS" THE CLASSROOM
10-27-2004 WEST VIRGINIA VETERAN'S BONUS ON TUESDAY'S BALLOT
10-27-2004 TEN COMMANDMENT PLAQUE DRAWING MEDIA TO CLAY - "Even If The Supreme Court Orders It, I Won't Take Them Down"
10-27-2004 CRESTON OIL BUILDING STRUCK BY THIEVES - Stolen Truck Discovered, EMS Responds To Rollover
10-26-2004 DEMS ENCOURAGE EARLY VOTING - Party Faithful Attend Weekend Dinner
10-26-2004 WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD IMPROVEMENTS MOVE FORWARD - Grants For $28,000 Walking Trail Received, $7,000 Water-Electrical Improvements
10-26-2004 CALHOUN 4-H MEMBERS CELEBRATE HALLOWEEN - Costume Party Held At Mt. Zion
10-26-2004 TONY RUSSELL WRITES - “Golden Calves And The Ballot Box”
10-26-2004 NOBE HAS A NEW RESIDENT - Alice Hickman Writes
10-26-2004 TERESA STARCHER WRITES - "Listen Up Ladies"
10-26-2004 CHS STUDENTS HAVE ANNUAL CAREER DAY
10-26-2004 CATCH-AND-RELEASE LIFTED ON ELK RIVER? - Elk Was Once State's Popular Fishing Destinations
10-26-2004 EARLY VOTING GETTING RECORD NUMBERS - WV Has Highest Registration Since 1952
10-26-2004 PROBABLE CAUSE FOUND IN GARVIN CASE - Former WVU Football Player Arrested For Foodland Stick-Up
10-26-2004 AWESOME METEOR LIGHTS THE LANDSCAPE
10-26-2004 MASSEY COAL "COZYING UP" TO SUPREME COURT - Does Money Buy Power?
10-26-2004 TEN COMMANDMENT SUIT PENDING IN CLAY - Long-Absent Commissioner Bragg Shows Up, TV News Covers Affray
10-25-2004 STATE'S ATV DEATHS CLIMB
10-25-2004 WEST VIRGINIA UNEMPLOYMENT FIGURES LOOKING GOOD - Well, Maybe
10-25-2004 FORMER CALHOUNER MARCH OF DIMES AMBASSADOR
10-25-2004 CALHOUN EMS GETS $10,000 EQUIPMENT GRANT
10-25-2004 CLOCK STRIKES AGAIN FOR WIRT COUNTY'S EXISTENCE - "Wirt Never Amounted To Much Anyway"
10-25-2004 CRESTON NEWS
10-25-2004 DIESEL FUEL MAKES RT. 14 HAZARDOUS - Wease's Escape Injury, Traveler's Warning In Effect
10-23-2004 OIL HITS $55 A BARREL
10-23-2004 CALHOUN THROTTLES WIRT 48-13 - Price, Perkins and Batten Star For Red Devils
10-22-2004 HOW DO RED DEVILS SPELL RELIEF? - W-I-R-T Would Do Quite Nicely
10-21-2004 FACTS ABOUT CALHOUN'S PROPOSED SCHOOL LEVY
10-21-2004 POLICE RECOVER OVER $13,000 FOLLOWING GLENVILLE ROBBERY
10-21-2004 THOUSANDS OF DEER HUNTERS WILL DESCEND ON SUNNY CAL - Autos In Season For "Dodge The Deer"
10-21-2004 MORE METH LABS FOUND IN ROANE
10-21-2004 MORE ABOUT LADYBUGS
10-21-2004 ROANE MAN ADDED TO STATE ATV FATALITIES
10-21-2004 BIG PUFF HAS NO SHORTAGE OF FLU SHOTS
10-20-2004 EX-WVU FOOTBALL PLAYERS HELD WAITING BOND - Police Say They Robbed Glenville Foodland
10-20-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Water Company Employee Shot, Woman Slain At Charleston Intersection
10-20-2004 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL TO BE HONORED - Meets NCLB Requirements, Scores Higher Than State Average In Writing
10-20-2004 MAXWELL CROWNED GSC HOMECOMING QUEEN - Some Calhoun Connections
10-20-2004 FILMFEST WILL PRESENT "UNCOVERED: THE WAR IN IRAQ" - Spencer Showing October 28
10-20-2004 STOP THE HURT, BREAK THE CYCLE - Quiz For Domestic Violence
10-20-2004 SCHOOL BOARD EXPEL STUDENT - Writing Assessment Program Presented
10-20-2004 STATE POLICE MAKE ROSEDALE DRUG BUST
10-20-2004 MANCHIN AND WARNER SHARE PLANS FOR WV CHILDREN IF ELECTED
10-19-2004 RED HATS WILL PARTICIPATE IN CHRISTMAS PARADE
10-19-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL ANNOUNCE ESSAY WINNERS
10-19-2004 HAND, FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE COMMON IN CHILDREN
10-19-2004 HAND, FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE SLOWED - Athletes Using "Spit" Tobacco Questioned, Dale Wants Training Schedule, Public Perception Over Blankenship's Salary
10-19-2004 STUDENTS ENJOY SATURDAY FUN DAY - 21st Century Community Learning Center Event
10-19-2004 CLAY SHERIFF FIELDS RESIGNS UNEXPECTEDLY
10-19-2004 CALHOUN HIGH HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - 1st Grading Period
10-18-2004 GRANTSVILLE'S WESTERN AUTO HAS NEW OWNER
10-18-2004 FOODLAND CLERKS ROBBED AT GUNPOINT - Culprits Caught Were Former WVU Football Players
10-18-2004 ROSEDALE RD. MAN DIES IN CAMPING TRAILER FIRE
10-18-2004 COAL SPENDING $4 MILLION TO DEFEAT MCGRAW- Blankenship's "Charitable Giving" At $1.7 Million
10-18-2004 THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD STUMPTOWN BOY KILLS BEAR
10-18-2004 SUZANNE WRITES ABOUT FLYING FRENCH FRIES, DECISIONS AND BELONGING
10-18-2004 MELISSA BALL CROWNED HOMECOMING QUEEN
10-18-2004 GLENVILLE FOODLAND STRUCK BY THIEVES
10-18-2004 JUMPERS CAUSE SPECTATORS TO GASP AND AWE - 25 Years For Bridge Day
10-18-2004 CRESTON NEWS
10-16-2004 MCCUMBERS RECEIVES DREXEL ICE SCHOLARSHIP
10-16-2004 HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT BRINGS SUIT AGAINST CALHOUN LOGGING OPERATOR
10-16-2004 STARKEY AND COLLINS SENT TO STATE PENITENTIARY - Bohn Receives Further Sentences
10-16-2004 STATE REPORTS INCORRECT STUDENT PERFORMANCE INFORMATION - Calhoun And Gilmer's Numbers Improve
10-16-2004 RAIN SPARES HOMECOMING PARADE - Queen And Homecoming Court
10-16-2004 RED DEVILS LOSE HOMECOMING - Late Long-Distance Plays Give Raiders Win
10-15-2004 RAIN GUAGE WARNING SYSTEM FALLS SHORT - OES Director Blames Settles
10-15-2004 ALLEGED BEATING VICTIM'S FUNERAL TODAY
10-15-2004 CALHOUN-ROANE HOMECOMING GAME TONIGHT - According To Ratings, It'll Be Close
10-14-2004 OCTOBER IS BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH - Friday Is National Mammography Day At MHHCC
10-14-2004 HARDWAY ARRESTED FOR METH DEALING - Pink Road Men In Central Regional Jail
10-14-2004 FIREMEN QUICKLY EXTINGUISH TRUCK FIRE
10-14-2004 CHARGES NOT FILED IN SPENCER DEATH - Jason Coon Dead From Injuries
10-14-2004 COURT DOCKET HAS EIGHT CASES
10-14-2004 COLLINS SENT TO PENITENTIARY FOR UTTERING
10-14-2004 MINIGH INDICTED IN METH LAB CASE
10-14-2004 GALPERIN WILL BE HONORED BY ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP
10-14-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Woman Shoots Man Drivin' Up I-79
10-14-2004 KELLY ARRESTED IN DEATH OF SPENCER MAN
10-13-2004 CHALLENGE WV FALL CONFERENCE OCT. 22 - Committed To Small Community Schools, Calhoun's Jude Binder Will Present
10-13-2004 FLU VACCINE EXHAUSTED LOCALLY - Flu Prevention Tips Issued
10-13-2004 "HE AIN'T COMIN" CLAY COMMISSIONER MAY HAVE ABSENTEE RECORD
10-13-2004 DEMOCRATS OPEN GRANTSVILLE HEADQUARTERS - Dinner Slated For October 23
10-13-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL NEWS - Rush Reads 59 Books In 5 Weeks
10-13-2004 GASOLINE STRIKES $2.79 PER GALLON IN SAN FRANCISCO - Calhoun Low Test Price Is $2.11
10-13-2004 SPENCER MAN DIES FROM ALLEGED BEATING - Jason Coon, 26, Taken To Medical Examiner's Office
10-12-2004 YOUNG STILL HOSPITALIZED AFTER MURDER MOUNTAIN SHOOTING - Cummings Still At Large
10-12-2004 CRESTON NEWS
10-12-2004 HUR HAS AUTUMN SOCIAL EVENT - Celebrate Phyllis' Birthday Too
10-12-2004 GRANTSVILLE PHYSICIAN DR. ELIAS KHOURY PASSES
10-12-2004 MORE FAMILIES WORKING AT POVERTY LEVELS
10-12-2004 A REAL DOG AND PONY SHOW
10-12-2004 HARTSHORN WITHDRAWS FROM SHERIFFS RACE
10-11-2004 LIMITED FLU VACCINE AT MINNIE HAMILTON - Available For High Risk Patients Starting Tomorrow Grantsville-Glenville
10-11-2004 PROPER FOOT AND WOUND CARE FOR DIABETICS - MHHCC Support Group Meets Oct. 14
10-11-2004 GASOLINE PRICES CLIMBING IN REGION - Crude Oil Hit $53.31 Friday
10-11-2004 GLENVILLE STATE HONORS FIVE ALUMNI - Homecoming Event October 16
10-11-2004 BREAST CANCER AWARENESS CEREMONY THIS EVENING
10-11-2004 200,000 WEST VIRGINIANS SEEKING RETRAINING IN '04 - Their Jobs No Longer Exist
10-10-2004 A MESSAGE TO OUR READERS
10-09-2004 POLICE SEARCH ALTIZER ROAD RESIDENCE - Andrew Snider Facing Drug Charges
10-09-2004 "PLAN" TEST FOR SOPHOMORE STUDENTS - Test Will Be Administered Monday & Tuesday
10-09-2004 VIOLENCE IS AGAINST THE LAW - Domestic Abuse Awareness Month
10-09-2004 WALNUT FESTIVAL STARTS NEXT WEEK
10-09-2004 MAN DOWNED BY POLICE DOGS - Warrants Issued By Chief Ron Gordon
10-09-2004 HOME HEATING RELIEF FOR LOW INCOME FAMILIES
10-09-2004 JENKINS WRITE-IN FOR CALHOUN MAGISTRATE
10-09-2004 MORE WV RESERVISTS CALLED TO DUTY
10-09-2004 SHERIFF LOOKING FOR DRIVER WHO LEFT ACCIDENT SCENE - Huntington Man Injured in Crash
10-08-2004 GRANTSVILLE'S TOWN HALL SHOULD BE DEMOLISHED - Safety Issues Expressed
10-08-2004 "PHOTO OF THE DAY" RETURNS
10-08-2004 GRANTSVILLE SENIORS MAKE APPLE BUTTER - Hey, It's For Sale
10-08-2004 MHHCC RECEIVES TRAINING UNIT - Goal To Train 500 In Life-Saving Treatment
10-08-2004 CALHOUN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES
10-08-2004 DRIVER INJURED IN TWO-VEHICLE COLLISION - Vehicles Heavily Damaged
10-07-2004 "ALL HELL BROKE LOSE AGAIN" ON MURDER MOUNTAIN - Tommy Young, Sr. Reportedly Shot
10-07-2004 FORD'S AUTO BODY DELIVERS SHINY BAND BUS
10-07-2004 TWO COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEMS MEET FEDERAL STANDARDS - But It Is Quite Confusing
10-07-2004 MORE MESSY MEZZ LETTERS FOUND - Mezzatesta Still Under Scrutiny
10-07-2004 COLLEGE-GOING RATE NEAR BOTTOM
10-07-2004 ARC HEAD PARTICIPATES IN HIGH-SPEED INTERNET FORUM - Glenville State Hosts Event
10-06-2004 FROST IS ON THE PUNKIN' - Temps Drop For First Frost
10-05-2004 COMMISSIONERS HEAR AUDITOR'S REPORT - County In Black Fiscal 2002-03
10-05-2004 TEMPS DROP DURING NIGHT - Fall Weather Arriving
10-05-2004 NAPA STORE CELEBRATES SUCCESSFUL YEAR
10-04-2004 NATIONAL 4-H WEEK OCTOBER 3-9 - 56,000 WV Youth Participate
10-04-2004 COMMISSION WILL REVIEW ANNUAL AUDIT - Request For Old County Road To Be Closed, General Election Items
10-04-2004 FUNERAL TUESDAY FOR ACCIDENT VICTIM AMANDA JOHNSON
10-04-2004 JV PLAYS WAHAMA TONIGHT AT MT. ZION - Williamstown Bests JV
10-04-2004 CRESTON NEWS
10-04-2004 RED HATS AND LIGHTS ON! UNITE
10-04-2004 OX ROAST WORKERS RECOGNIZED WITH DINNER
10-04-2004 ELDERLY CLAY WOMAN DIES IN FIRE
10-02-2004 OCTOBERFEST PARADE AT 1 PM - Event Is Packed With Activities
10-02-2004 TARA METHENEY IS MISS OCTOBERFEST 2004
10-02-2004 NEW 4-H CLUB ORGANIZED ON WEST FORK - "Mountaineer" 4-H Officers Elected
10-02-2004 WAHAMA THUMPS DEVILS 36-8
10-02-2004 WIDELY USED VIOXX REMOVED FROM MARKET
10-02-2004 WOMAN KILLED DURING ATV POKER RUN - Youth Life-Flighted Following Accident
10-02-2004 OCTOBERFEST KING AND QUEEN CHOSEN - Event Delayed By Tragic Accident
10-02-2004 AMANDA JOHNSON DIES AFTER ATV ACCIDENT
10-02-2004 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE SAYS DEMOCRATS WILL BAN THE BIBLE
10-01-2004 TRUCKLOAD FROZEN FOOD SALE - 4-H Taking Orders Now
10-01-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
10-01-2004 TRAVIS GODFREY RECEIVES AUTOGRAPHED WVU FOOTBALL
10-01-2004 HERALD COLUMNIST NAMED TO PRESTIGIOUS POSITION
10-01-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Man Collapses In Mother's House
09-30-2004 ROANE METH LAB CASES DOMINATE GRAND JURY - Arnoldsburg Resident Indicted On Malicious Wounding
09-30-2004 CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE ERIK WELLS VISITS GRANTSVILLE
09-30-2004 WOMAN CHARGED IN OVERDOSE DEATH OF ROANE YOUTH - Ferguson Acquitted In Infant's Death
09-30-2004 LEAVES TURNIN' OUT THE HUSK
09-30-2004 WV WORKERS HEALTH-CARE COSTS SKYROCKET - Nearly 500,000 Have No Coverage
09-29-2004 GETTING OILED - Crude Reaches All-time High, $50 A Barrel
09-29-2004 RITCHIE'S 19TH METH LAB BUST
09-29-2004 RUSH RUN BRIDGE WILL BE CLOSED - One Of Calhoun's "Unsafe" Bridges
09-29-2004 FAMILY BUDGETS NEED FURTHER ADJUSTMENT - Natural Gas And Water Rates Going Up
09-29-2004 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL NEEDS PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT - "Box Tops" Program Started, You Can Help
09-29-2004 PROGRAM WILL HELP SENIORS GET $1,200 PRESCRIPTION BENEFIT
09-29-2004 FOOTBALL TEAMS INFECTED BY SUPER-STAPH INFECTION - "MRSA" Made Calhoun Appearance
09-29-2004 THIRTEEN-YEAR-OLD CALHOUN GIRL STUMPS FOR KERRY
09-28-2004 WELCOME HOME DR. GILBERT - Local Dentist Returns To Community
09-28-2004 FREE SHOWING "FAHRENHEIT 9/11" IN SPENCER - Thursday Evening At Senior Center
09-28-2004 HISTORY WAS WRITTEN ON THE BACK OF A HORSE - Molasses Festival Was A Showplace
09-28-2004 CRESTON NEWS
09-28-2004 MOLASSES FESTIVAL PARADE SCRAPBOOK 2004
09-28-2004 CLASS OF 2005 WIN MOLASSES VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT
09-28-2004 CLAY MAN ARRESTED FOR JURY TAMPERING - No-Show Commissioner To Porta-Potty Snake Bites
09-27-2004 95-YEAR-OLD EUCLE KNOTTS IS DEMOCRAT OF THE YEAR
09-27-2004 ROUTE 5 TO ELIZABETH-PARKERSBURG IS NOW OPEN
09-27-2004 HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS STILL A VISION FOR RURAL WV
09-27-2004 WARM WEATHER, NO RAIN AND COMMUNITY SPIRIT - Molasses Festival Concludes 37th Year
09-27-2004 HUPP RETURNS TO SUNNY CAL TO TEACH ARCHERY
09-27-2004 CALHOUN HIGH BAND DIRECTOR RETURNS - Clinton Foster Finished Off The 50s
09-25-2004 HOVAH HALL UNDERWOOD'S MEMORIAL SET FOR MONDAY
09-25-2004 ARCHERY EXPERT WILL CONDUCT FREE SEMINAR TOMORROW - Dean Hupp Former Calhoun Resident
09-24-2004 JACK KRACK IS ONE OF "FIVE YOUNG MUSICIANS" - National Public TV On October 5th
09-24-2004 MISSING MAN FOUND IN NEBRASKA HOSPITAL - Robert Spangler Disappeared In August
09-24-2004 WV OAK TREES AT RISK
09-24-2004 GEORGE BUSH MAKES SURPRISE VISIT TO CALHOUN
09-24-2004 MOLASSES FESTIVAL ROYALTY SELECTED - Fundraiser Nets Almost $6,000
09-24-2004 GOSPEL MUSIC DAY AT MOLASSES FESTIVAL - Get Your Sausage And Pancakes
09-24-2004 MEZZATESTA WROTE FAKE LETTERS - Kiss Apologizes To State
09-24-2004 WV LAWMAKERS GET AN "F" FOR OPENNESS
09-24-2004 HOVAH HALL UNDERWOOD SUCCUMBS - Former First Lady Dies Suddenly
09-23-2004 RT. 5 STILL CLOSED FOUR MILES EAST OF ELIZABETH
09-23-2004 VEHICLES CRASH AT ARNOLDSBURG "Y"
09-23-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
09-23-2004 JESSICA LYNCH PARADE MARSHAL FOR WALNUT FESTIVAL
09-23-2004 "HEY, LOOK WHAT I CAN DO!"
09-23-2004 TOWN HALL BUILDING DECLARED UNSAFE - Building Is Shifting
09-22-2004 CARL SMITH ASSETS BEING AUCTIONED TOMORROW - Smith Brothers Accused Of $21 Million Embezzlement
09-22-2004 "JACK'S BACK" PART 22 - They Didn't Steal The Corpse
09-22-2004 SCHOOL BOARD MEETS - Approves Jobs
09-21-2004 "MRS. STUMP WANTS MORE TRAVELERS" - Needs To Pay-Off Husband's Monument
09-21-2004 EIGHTH APPALACHIAN CLASSIC WAS SUNNY EVENT - Mountain Bike Race Results
09-21-2004 CARTWRIGHT EXPLAINS ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL PROBLEM - School Board Completes Special Training
09-21-2004 BIG CAT CAUGHT IN LITTLE KANAWHA
09-21-2004 LIGHTS ON! ADULT CLASSES OFFERED
09-20-2004 KIDS SHOW BIG INTEREST IN GUN SAFETY
09-20-2004 SCHOOL BOARD WILL HEAR ABOUT "WV ACHIEVES"
09-20-2004 ALLEGED SHOOTER TOMMY YOUNG RELEASED ON BOND
09-20-2004 BEAUTIFUL OHIO FALLS OUT OF BANKS - Flooding To Recede Monday
09-20-2004 PARKERSBURG TRAVELERS TAKE NOTE - Route 5 Remains Closed
09-20-2004 SUNNY SKIES FOR APPALACHIAN BIKE RACE
09-20-2004 CRESTON NEWS
09-18-2004 GREATHOUSE DIES IN JEEP ROLL-OVER
09-18-2004 BODY FOUND IN JACK'S HOUSE
09-18-2004 JUDGE NIBERT DENIES BOND FOR COX - Several Appear For Arraignment
09-18-2004 RT. 16 CLOSED AT STINSON LAST NIGHT - Calhoun Escaping Wrath Of Ivan
09-18-2004 NEW MINNORA SENIOR CENTER MOVING FORWARD - Commission Approves Property Lease
09-18-2004 JAKES GROUP GRATEFUL FOR SUCCESSFUL EVENT
09-18-2004 MASSEY ORDERED TO PAY FOR DAMAGED WATER WELLS
09-18-2004 OHIO RIVER ON MIGHTY RAMPAGE
09-17-2004 KACY HARRIS FUNERAL SCHEDULED SATURDAY
09-17-2004 DMV OFFERS MANDATORY ATV TRAINING - Spencer Regional Office Will Have Classes
09-17-2004 HERE COMES IVAN THE TERRIBLE - West Virginia Bracing, First Time Ever Mudslide Alert
09-17-2004 PROPERTY DECISION FOR NEW SENIOR CENTER AT MINNORA - Commission Will Vote On Lease
09-16-2004 THE WORLD'S BEST APPLE HONORED - Clay's Golden Delicious Festival, Squire Parsons Will Sing, $1000 Chili Cook-Off
09-16-2004 RADABAUGH AND BURROWS DELIVER ONE MORE CLASS
09-16-2004 CUSTOMER FRIENDLY LITTLE KANAWHA BUS - Calhoun-Roane Company Serving 1,700 Monthly
09-16-2004 PARKERSBURG-ELIZABETH TRAVELERS: ROUTE 5 WIRT COUNTY WILL BE CLOSED - Alternate Detours Will Be Posted
09-16-2004 ROGER JONES SENTENCED TO LIFE FOR MURDER
09-16-2004 LAW SUIT FILED AGAINST SPENCER VENEER OVER SCALPING
09-16-2004 DAVIS FACING 40 YEARS - Creston Man Charged With Drug Trafficking
09-16-2004 ROANE MAN INSTRUMENTAL IN CLASS ACTION SUIT HAS DIED - Funeral For Garrison Tawney Friday
09-15-2004 RED HATS ARE AT IT AGAIN
09-15-2004 KACY HARRIS HAS DIED - A Life-Long Struggle With Cystic Fibrosis Has Ended
09-15-2004 GASOLINE THIEVES ARRESTED IN GRANTSVILLE
09-15-2004 COMMISSION CREATES HISTORICAL COMMITTEE - Processes Budget Digest Items
09-15-2004 MURDER CHARGES PENDING IN CLAY COUNTY SHOOTING
09-15-2004 WV HIGH ED GETS "F" IN AFFORDABILITY
09-14-2004 MEDICARE TAKING RECORD 17% JUMP
09-14-2004 CLAY BUSINESSWOMAN CLINGING TO LIFE - Estranged Husband Admits To Shooting
09-14-2004 911 BUILDING SHOWS PROGRESS - County Radio System Being Upgraded
09-14-2004 EXPLOSION ROUSTS LOWER NICUT NEIGHBORS - Newly Constructed House Burns
09-14-2004 CLAY CITIZENS THREATEN VIGILANTE JUSTICE
09-14-2004 POT CHOPPERS HAVE BEEN FLYING - 40,000 Plants Cut In State
09-14-2004 NANCY NELSON HAS DIED FROM GUNSHOT WOUND - Shooter Overdoses On Drugs
09-14-2004 WV EMPLOYMENT NUMBERS GETTING ROSY - But 2000 Jobs Left State Within Weeks
09-13-2004 FIREMAN'S BLUEGRASS FEST A SUCCESS - Pageant Winners Announced
09-13-2004 CRESTON NEWS
09-13-2004 "OLD" HOPE MEN REPRESENT OIL AND GAS HISTORY - Annual Fish Fry At County Park
09-13-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
09-13-2004 CALHOUN COUNTY MARRIAGES & DIVORCES
09-13-2004 CHS CLASS OF '84 REUNITES AFTER 20 YEARS
09-13-2004 DRIVE-IN FUNDRAISER HELD FOR KACY HARRIS
09-11-2004 AUTO LANDS IN CREEK NEAR ARNOLDSBURG - Driver Abd Passenger Escape Injury
09-11-2004 WV HAS ONE OF THE HIGHEST TAX BURDENS
09-11-2004 CALHOUN SCHOOL BOARD HAS WORKSHOP
09-11-2004 CAR CRASHES ON ONE-WAY SECTION OF RUSSETT ROAD - Driver And Passenger Taken To MHHCC
09-09-2004 AWANA PROGRAM HELPS CALHOUN KIDS - Transportation Available To Brooksville Baptist
09-09-2004 300 MORE JOBS LEAVE WOOD COUNTY
09-09-2004 CALHOUN GRAND JURY INDICTS TEN
09-09-2004 LEGAL NOTICE OF PROPOSED CALHOUN SCHOOL LEVY
09-09-2004 DUPONT SETTLES OVER CONTAMINATION ACCUSATIONS - EPA Case Still Pending
09-09-2004 UMW PRESIDENT SAYS SHOWDOWN COMING TO COAL FIELDS - "Waking Up To Broken Promises"
09-09-2004 "DELBARTON PUT UNDER SIEGE" - Suit Goes To Jury, Massey Coal Reneged On Promise
09-08-2004 HOSTAGE TAKER THACKER HAS BEEN INDICTED - Charged With Kidnapping And Sexual Assault
09-08-2004 PINK ROAD MAN INDICTED FOR GROWING POT
09-08-2004 RONNIE RUSH INDICTED ON MURDER CHARGES - Indictments On Six Additional Counts
09-08-2004 THREE ARRESTED FOR ABDUCTION OF OHIO TEEN AT ELLENBORO
09-08-2004 LOCAL ALLEGHENY POWER GAS CUSTOMERS GET INFLATED BILL - Customers Should Contact Company
09-08-2004 1,000 AMERICAN SOLDIERS HAVE BEEN KILLED IN IRAQ - 800 Since Bush Declared Combat Over
09-07-2004 KERRY COMES OUT SWINGING AT LABOR DAY RALLY - Roberts Says Democrats Would Like To Go To Heaven Too
09-07-2004 "MIDDLE CLASS IS AMERICA'S NEW MINORITY" - Labor Rally Focuses On Jobs, Health Care And Education
09-06-2004 DOG "MAULS" GRANTSVILLE WOMAN - Pit Bull-Boxer Escapes Pen
09-04-2004 COLLINS CASE INVOLVES PLEA AGREEMENT - Charged With Uttering
09-03-2004 CALHOUN STUDENTS WILL BE SCREENED FOR PROBLEMS - Speech, Language, Vision And Hearing
09-03-2004 McCUMBERS HITS THE TOP AGAIN - 15th Appalachian String Band Festival
09-02-2004 HARRY SIMMONS' FLYING MACHINE - "Tap" Kerby Didn't Need Flat Land
09-02-2004 SPENCER MURDER TRIAL UNDERWAY - Joseph Kelly, Jr. Charged With Killing Ex-Wife
09-02-2004 MAN DRAGS DONKEY DOWN ASPHALT ROAD BEHIND HIS ATV
09-02-2004 DUPONT DECIDES AGAINST SETTLEMENT - Will Fight Allegations, Millions In Fines
09-02-2004 CLAY DOG SHOOTER CHARGED WITH THREE FELONIES
09-01-2004 "THEY RODE TO REMEMBER" - Hickman Family Poker Run
09-01-2004 TRUCK IMPACT MOVES ELECTRIC POLE - Driver Escapes Serious Injury
09-01-2004 CALHOUN BOW HUNTERS SHOOT IN IBO WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP
08-31-2004 REBEKAH LODGE CELEBRATES 70TH ANNIVERSARY
08-31-2004 BEAR FORK BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL DRAWS FOLKS TO BACKWOODS
08-31-2004 TEAM BON JOVI-WEST VIRGINIA UPDATE
08-31-2004 NEW MEDICATIONS TOPIC AT DIABETIC SUPPORT GROUP
08-31-2004 4-H MEMBERS RECEIVE AWARDS - Ribbons Given At Ox Roast
08-31-2004 THE TATER KING HAS A BUMPER CROP - Believe It Or Not
08-31-2004 BIG BEND BROTHERS ARRESTED AFTER THREATENING OFFICER - Incident Followed Dog Complaint
08-31-2004 ALMANAC PREDICTS WILD WINTER
08-31-2004 OVERWHELMED WITH SUPPORT GIVEN - David And Linda McPherson Say Thanks
08-31-2004 CALHOUN HOSTS MIDDLE SCHOOL GRID-O-RAMA
08-31-2004 45TH OX ROAST WAS MOUTH-WATERING EVENT
08-31-2004 VETERAN'S DAY DINNER HUGE SUCCESS
08-31-2004 MORE JOB LOSSES IN KANAWHA
08-31-2004 METH LAB DISCOVERED IN RITCHIE - More Drug Arrests Pending
08-30-2004 CRESTON NEWS
08-30-2004 GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW 911 CENTER - Communications Equipment Purchased
08-30-2004 BELPRE MAN CHARGED WITH MISDEMEANOR IN DEATH OF WIRT MAN
08-30-2004 SCHOOL YEAR LAUNCHED IN CALHOUN - Sixth Year At Mt. Zion Campus
08-30-2004 GIRLS ESCAPE INJURY IN HOG KNOB ACCIDENT
08-29-2004 TWO WELL-KNOWN COUNTY RESIDENTS HAVE DIED
08-29-2004 RAINFALL UP TO TWO INCHES PER HOUR - Flood Watch For Region
08-28-2004 CLASS OF '84 REUNION SEPTEMBER 10 & 11
08-28-2004 ROANE MAN PINNED UNDER TRACTOR FOR NINE HOURS
08-28-2004 THIRTY-EIGHT SCHOOLS FLUNK NO CHILD LEFT BEHIND - Arnoldsburg Elementary School Put On Alert
08-28-2004 CALHOUN DEFEATS GILMER 75-18 - Regional Scores
08-28-2004 WAL-MART STATE'S BIGGEST EMPLOYER
08-28-2004 $20 MILLION LOSS TO KANAWHA ECONOMY - Layoffs Strike South Charleston Plant
08-28-2004 MURDER MOUNTAIN'S RICHARD CUMMINGS CHARGED - Tommy Young, Jr. Facing Multiple-Charges
08-28-2004 CALHOUN CRUSHES GILMER 75-18 - Red Devils Score Early, Easily And Often
08-28-2004 AUTO CRASHES THROUGH BUILDING ON MT. ZION RIDGE
08-27-2004 JARVIS STORE DEDICATION AT COUNTY PARK - Historical Village's Second Addition
08-27-2004 STATE RANKS AT BOTTOM IN MEDIAN INCOME - Poverty Rates, No Health Insurance Rates Increase
08-27-2004 SINKHOLE SUITS DISMISSED BY MAGISTRATE - Could Go To Circuit Court
08-27-2004 WV HAS MOST POLLUTING POWER PLANT IN USA
08-27-2004 RED DEVILS OPEN SEASON TONIGHT - New Look, New Talent
08-27-2004 CENSUS BUREAU DELIVERS DOUBLE WHAMMY FOR USA - Scaled Down Wages And Benefits, Fewer With Health Care
08-26-2004 BOARD HIRES NEW FOOTBALL COACH - Board Retreat Scheduled
08-26-2004 GREAT CALHOUN HIGH BALL TEAMS OF THE 50s
08-26-2004 FATHER CONVINCED DAUGHTER'S REMAINS CONSUMED BY KILLER
08-26-2004 WIRT POT PATROL HARVESTS 400 MORE PLANTS
08-25-2004 IF IT'S NOT ONE THING, IT'S SOMETHING ELSE
08-25-2004 SCHOOL BOARD PLACES LEVY ON FALL BALLOT - Would Raise $411,000 Annually For Shortfalls
08-25-2004 SCHOOL BASED HEALTH CENTER READY FOR FALL - Parents Advised About Services
08-25-2004 FOUR TEENS INJURED IN DANIEL'S RUN CRASH
08-25-2004 LEGAL NOTICE OF PROPOSED CALHOUN SCHOOL LEVY
08-25-2004 RAIN DAMPENS "MEET THE TEAM" EVENT
08-25-2004 CREMO HOMECOMING HOLDS ITS OWN - Familiar Faces Enjoy Afternoon
08-25-2004 MC DANIEL FOUND DEAD IN CLAY COUNTY
08-25-2004 HOSTAGE ESCAPES HIJACKED CAR AT BURNSVILLE - Hostagetaker Later Killed By Police
08-25-2004 WIRT OFFICIALS FIND 400 POT PLANTS
08-23-2004 COUNTY CONSOLIDATION RECEIVES COOL SUPPORT
08-23-2004 "THEY GROUND HER UP" - Clay Woman Makes Accusation
08-23-2004 STUTLER PLACED ON HOME CONFINEMENT - "A Bad Precedent" Says Starcher
08-23-2004 LANCASTER NAMED TO VIRGINIA CONFERENCE TEAM
08-23-2004 KENZIE LAUGHLIN CHOSEN IN MODEL SEARCH
08-23-2004 ELVA YOAK WAS INSPIRATION FOR THOSE WHO GROW OLD - She Has Passed At Age 90
08-23-2004 YOUTH FOOTBALL GETS STOMPED BY ROANE - Sunday Football Scrapbook
08-23-2004 RED DEVILS DROP PAIR AT GRID-O-RAMA - Calhoun Falls To Sherman, Sissonville
08-23-2004 CRESTON NEWS
08-23-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Man Shot At Go-Mart, Shooter Arrested In Prostitute's Death
08-21-2004 CALHOUN COUPLE CHARGED WITH 42 COUNTS OF ANIMAL CRUELTY
08-21-2004 CRESTON MAN CONNECTED TO ROANE MURDER CASE - Davis Arrested On Cocaine And Pot Charges
08-21-2004 NON-COAL HAULERS RUNNING AFOUL OF NEW WEIGHT LIMITS
08-21-2004 MOTHER HAS QUESTIONS FOLLOWING SON'S ARREST
08-20-2004 NORMANTOWN-STUMPTOWN WATER PROJECT SLOWED
08-20-2004 TRUCKERS GETTING TICKETS ON NEW BRIDGE POSTINGS
08-20-2004 "IT IS A WAR ZONE" - "They Are Getting Even" On Murder Mountain
08-20-2004 COLLINS BOND INCREASED TO $40,000 - Cases Before Circuit Court
08-20-2004 CAMPBELL'S SOUP SAVED AFTER TRACTOR BURNS - Two Fire Departments Respond To Mt. Zion
08-19-2004 DIVE BOMBING MOSQUITOES MAY HAVE HIDDEN THREAT - West Nile Virus Lurking, Epidemic In Arizona
08-19-2004 SENATOR ROSS FACING ETHICS CHARGES - $750,000 Taxpayer Funds For Golf Tournament
08-19-2004 "WAR" BREAKS LOOSE ON CLAY'S MURDER MOUNTAIN - Richard Cummings Shot, Tommy Young Sr. Arrested, More Shooting Reported
08-18-2004 RELIVE SCHOOL DAYS AT MINNORA - First Annual Reunion Sunday
08-18-2004 TRANSIT BUSES STRUCK TWICE BY GASOLINE THIEVES - Moved To Municipal Parking Lot
08-18-2004 CONGRESSWOMAN CAPITO VIEWS GRANTSVILLE SINKHOLE - Lawsuits Will Be Heard Next Week
08-18-2004 "SCHOOL SYSTEM IN REAL CRISIS" - Enrollment Down, More Reductions, Levy Proposed
08-18-2004 HEAD START AVAILABLE TO COUNTY KIDS - Center And Home-Based Programs
08-18-2004 SMITHVILLE RESIDENTS ARRESTED FOR OPERATING METH LAB - Harrisville Suspect Also Charged
08-18-2004 CONTROVERSIAL FILM "OUTFOXED" WILL BE SHOWN IN SPENCER - Critical Of Murdock's Fox News
08-18-2004 GUNFIRE AND MAYHEM ON CLAY'S "MURDER MOUNTAIN"?
08-18-2004 KISS REMOVES MEZZATESTA AS EDUCATION CHAIRMAN - Four Investigations Underway
08-17-2004 WEST NILE FOUND IN MORE BIRDS - Tyler Man Says Mosquito Breeding Act Of God
08-17-2004 UNEMPLOYMENT PICTURE LOOKING BETTER - But 1,700 Jobs Went Away?
08-17-2004 RED DEVILS WILL PLAY IN GRID-0-RAMA SATURDAY
08-17-2004 WVU RANKS IN TOP TEN PARTY SCHOOLS
08-17-2004 OPEN YOUR HEART AND HOME - Be An Adult Family Care Provider
08-17-2004 EMILY ELIZABETH SEARS IS TEENY MISS BLUEGRASS
08-17-2004 SHELLY MOORE CAPITO KEYNOTE SPEAKER - Calhoun Republican's Lincoln Day Dinner
08-17-2004 PUBLIC MEETING WILL DISCUSS PROPOSED SCHOOL LEVY
08-17-2004 GRANTMAKER'S GRANT WILL HELP GET MORE GRANTS
08-17-2004 CRESTON NEWS
08-17-2004 COCAINE SEIZED FOLLOWING CRESTON DRUG BUST - Elizabeth Woman Arrested In Meth Deal
08-17-2004 CASES SCHEDULED IN CIRCUIT COURT
08-16-2004 CUT FIBER OPTIC CABLE DISRUPTS SERVICE
08-16-2004 THIRTEEN HAD NAMES STARTING WITH "L" - McCartney-Roberts Reunion Saturday
08-16-2004 DANIELLE KENDALL IS JUNIOR MISS BLUEGRASS
08-16-2004 ORIGINAL HURITES HOLD REUNION - Starcher-Adams Clan
08-16-2004 'TIS 40 YEARS FOR CLASS OF '64 - Reunion Held Saturday At County Park
08-16-2004 CLAY MAN STILL MISSING
08-16-2004 DESTRUCTIVE STILT GRASS MOST EVERYWHERE YOU LOOK - Now Is The Time To Weed Whack
08-15-2004 RED DEVILS POUND PADEN CITY - Calhoun Romps To Easy Scrimmage Win
08-14-2004 AMERICORPS PROJECT MOVE - Collecting School Supplies For Calhoun Kids
08-14-2004 EIGHTEEN SETS OF BLUEGRASS MUSIC - 7th Annual Festival Concludes With Giant Fireworks
08-14-2004 COX WILL FACE FIRST DEGREE MURDER CHARGE - Police Say Metz Was Stabbed And Shot
08-13-2004 BLUEGRASS SOUNDS ON THE FORK - 7th Festival At Upper West Fork Park Continues
08-13-2004 MCCALLISTER RE-ELECTED TO COUNTY COMMISSIONER'S BOARD
08-13-2004 SPRUCE UP WEEK AT CALHOUN COURTHOUSE
08-13-2004 WATERLINE FUNDING APPROVED FOR CLAY-ROANE - $370,000 Additional Money
08-13-2004 MAN INJURED IN FOUR-WHEELER ACCIDENT
08-13-2004 CHLOE MAN DIES IN CLAY ACCIDENT
08-13-2004 MEMORIAL POKER RUN SUCCESSFUL - In Memory Of Robin Springston
08-12-2004 LEO STARCHER SERVICES SCHEDULED - Burn Victim In Tanker Fire
08-12-2004 NICHOLS FOUND GUILTY ON TWO DRUG CHARGES - Informants Make Prosecution's Case
08-12-2004 TEEN CHARGED WITH MURDER OF COUSIN
08-12-2004 SPENCER'S HERITAGE DAYS BEGINS FRIDAY
08-12-2004 REEDY SCHOOL NAMED "WV SCHOOL OF EXCELLENCE"
08-12-2004 OHIO AUTHORITIES CONTINUE DEATH INVESTIGATION - Wirt Man Died From Head Trauma
08-12-2004 MHHCC RECEIVES DECONTAMINATION TENT
08-12-2004 KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Sixty-Four Bullets Fly In Kanawha Melee
08-11-2004 WIRED WITNESSES TESTIFY AGAINST NICHOLS - Charged With Delivery Of Marijuana
08-11-2004 UNDERWOOD MUSEUM WILL HAVE 36 BOX SEATS - Donations Still Needed
08-11-2004 RELIVE SCHOOL DAYS AT MINNORA - First Annual Minnora School Reunion
08-11-2004 BLESSING FULL CIRCLE FOR CHRISTIAN ATHLETES
08-11-2004 SEARCH FOR CLAY COUNTY MAN
08-11-2004 ARNOLDSBURG RD. HOUSE BURNS - WVU Extension Office Burns In Jackson
08-11-2004 ANOTHER WV GUARDSMAN KILLED
08-11-2004 SPENCER WILL GET NEW $210,000 FIRE-RESCUE APPARATUS
08-10-2004 KACY HARRIS TO RECEIVE LUNG TRANSPLANT - Community Support Tonight
08-10-2004 CRESTON NEWS
08-10-2004 FOUR MEN GO ON TRIAL - Judge David Nibert Presides Over Circuit Court
08-10-2004 OVER 100,000 MINERS LOSING HEALTH BENEFITS
08-09-2004 MHHCC RECOGNIZED FOR COMMUNITY HEALTH MODEL - The Power Of Commitment
08-09-2004 MHHCC DEDICATED TO KEEPING COMMUNITIES HEALTHY - National Health Center Week
08-09-2004 "YOU ARE THE MUSIC WHILE THE MUSIC LASTS" - High School Band Fading, Funding And Scheduling Creates Crunch
08-09-2004 CEDAR GROVE DRAWS OLD-TIMERS - "No Spring Chickens Around Here" Says Duskey
08-09-2004 A SHINING STAR GOES TO KENNY NORMAN
08-09-2004 MASSEY'S BLANKENSHIP GETS PAY HIKE TO $6.1 MILLION
08-07-2004 BALL BATS AND BLOOD FLY ON CLAY'S MAIN STREET
08-07-2004 MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAYGROUND A GO - Equipment Has Been Purchased
08-07-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Mother-Daughter Stabbed To Death, Man Sentenced For Stabbing Woman 233 Times, Wal-Mart Sued For Selling Gun To Mentally Ill Man
08-07-2004 MEZZ FACES NEW ETHICS INVESTIGATION
08-07-2004 FOUR MURDERED IN KANAWHA
08-06-2004 TINGLER MOUNTAIN - A Haven Of Tranquility
08-06-2004 CALHOUN COUNTY MARRIAGES & DIVORCES
08-06-2004 COX DESCRIBED AS POPULAR, CARING AND QUIET - Charged With First Degree Murder
08-06-2004 NATURAL GAS RATES UP, UP AND AWAY - Allegheny Rates Increasing 40% Or More
08-05-2004 PINK ROAD MAN ARRESTED FOR GROWING POT
08-05-2004 STERNS WILL BE TAKING FOOTBALL HELM - Stewart Returns To Say Goodbye
08-05-2004 MAN SHOT AND STABBED NEAR PINK ROAD - Spencer Man Being Charged
08-05-2004 CHRISTOPHER COX BEING CHARGED WITH MURDER - Spencer Man Shot And Stabbed Russell Metz
08-04-2004 CALHOUN SCHOOLS FACING MAJOR CRUNCH - Operating Levy Being Proposed
08-04-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
08-04-2004 TOWN HALL PROJECT AT STANDSTILL - Grantsville Council Hires Architect
08-04-2004 CALHOUN GROUP JOINS WORLD CLASS SCIENTISTS
08-04-2004 YOUTH LEAGUE FOOTBALL KICKS-OFF SEASON
08-04-2004 MEZZATESTA ACCUSED OF FABRICATING LETTER - Kanawha School Board Seeks His Resignation
08-04-2004 NATURAL GAS PRICES SPIKE - Companies Seeking Up To 40% Increase
08-03-2004 CHRISTMAS IN JULY – A Lights On! Class At Pleasant Hill
08-03-2004 CRESTON NEWS
08-02-2004 ATTENTION CLASS OF '89 - Reunion Is Still A Go
08-02-2004 GRANTSVILLE MAN ARRESTED FOR DOMESTIC BATTERY
08-02-2004 BOBBY RAY STARCHER'S REUNION - Remembering Donald Lee Edgell, Bumpy Roads And Kelsey's Bus
08-02-2004 MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAYGROUND EFFORT RENEWED - Public Help Needed Tuesday
07-31-2004 COLUMBIA GAS ROYALTY HOLDERS CLAIM THEY WERE CHEATED - "Common Fraud" Alleged In Suit
07-31-2004 GRANTSVILLE RESPONDS TO CIVIL SUIT OVER SINKHOLE - Second Suit Filed Over Same Matter
07-31-2004 WEST NILE VIRUS DETECTED IN WOOD COUNTY
07-31-2004 TWO MORE WEST VIRGINIANS DIE IN IRAQI WAR
07-31-2004 "THUNDER IN THE MOUNTAINS" AUTHOR SAVAGE IS DEAD - Story Of The Battle Of Blair Mountain
07-31-2004 TWO CAR CRASH AT MINNORA - Power Lines Down On Bear Fork
07-30-2004 CALHOUN GIRLS ATTEND STATE 4-H CAMP
07-30-2004 NORMA KNOTTS SHAFFER COMES HOME - History Returns With Her, Who Would Know About "Shadewood Springs"
07-29-2004 LITTLE KANAWHA LONGBEARDS PRESENTS J.A.K.E.S DAY
07-29-2004 METH LAB SUSPECT TRIED TO SLIT THROAT - Rosedale Pot Growing Busted, Women Arrested Trying To Sneak Pot Into Jail
07-29-2004 WESTON'S OLD ASYLUM COULD BECOME CASINO
07-29-2004 WV HAS NATIONS LOWEST VOTER TURNOUT
07-29-2004 CLAY MURDER SUSPECT'S TRIAL HALTS WITH PLEA AGREEMENT - Defense Attorney Says Prosecutor Dropped Case
07-28-2004 LAWSUIT CLAIMS COLUMBIA GAS COMMITTED COMMON FRAUD - Class Action Suit Says Company Cheated Leaseholders
07-28-2004 CALHOUN MIDDLE SCHOOL CLEERLEADERS CHOSEN
07-28-2004 AUGUST COMMUNITY GOSPEL SING - Thursday Evenings At Grantsville Park
07-28-2004 "THIS LAND IS MY LAND?" - Property Rights Questioned Over Well Sites
07-28-2004 CALHOUN WILL GET NEW COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
07-27-2004 CAIRO STILL CHURNING SINCE 1821 - Tunnels, Trails And The Ritchie Mine
07-27-2004 OLD CORNING GLASS PLANT "GOING GLOBAL"
07-27-2004 JACKIE "BIONIC" ROBINSON REBOUNDING
07-27-2004 GRANTSVILLE HAS SATURDAY NIGHT BASH - Bluegrass, Gospel And Country Tunes
07-27-2004 STINSON WOMAN PARALYZED AFTER 4-WHEELER ACCIDENT
07-26-2004 WIRT FAIR WILL FEATURE LK ROAD RUN AND FUN WALK
07-26-2004 MIDDLE SCHOOL PLAYGROUND EFFORT RENEWED
07-26-2004 HEINEY AND MORTON ORDAINED AS DEACONS - Enon Baptist Church
07-26-2004 WEST VIRGINIA RANKS HIGH WITH HEALTH PROBLEMS
07-26-2004 CRESTON NEWS
07-26-2004 AP SAYS CALHOUN WAS BIGGEST WINNER IN BUDGET DIGEST - Del. Stemple's List Disputes Report
07-26-2004 BRONSON HICKMAN WINS SCHOOL BUS ROAD-E-O COMPETITION
07-26-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
07-25-2004 MISTAKEN IDENTITY IN METH LAB CASE - Wrong Name Used For Arrest And Inmate Photo
07-24-2004 GRANTSVILLE STREET PROBLEM NOT DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS - Resident Sues Over Sink Hole
07-24-2004 TEEN BIRTH NUMBERS DRAMATICALLY DECLINE
07-24-2004 CHARLESTON HAS $39 FLIGHTS TO DC - Low Air Fares Finally Arrive
07-23-2004 GUILTY VERDICT IN JONES MURDER CASE - Jarvis Testimony Damaging
07-23-2004 CAR SKIDS OFF RAIN SLICK HIGHWAY
07-23-2004 STINSON WOMAN SERIOUSLY INJURED - Trapped Under 4-Wheeler Most Of Yesterday
07-23-2004 POLICE SEARCHING FOR CALHOUN METH LAB - Hog Knob Residence Targeted
07-22-2004 BUBBY IS GONE - Grantsville Dog Had A Good Life
07-22-2004 WAGONER INDICTED IN LEWIS COUNTY - Charged With Breaking And Entering
07-22-2004 TRUCK PARKED BESIDE HOUSE DESTROYED BY FIRE
07-21-2004 SCHOOL BOARD LAUNCHES NEW YEAR - Covers Lengthy Agenda
07-21-2004 UNEMPLOYMENT INCREASES IN 34 COUNTIES - Things Are Going Well In Pendleton County
07-21-2004 YOUNG PLAYERS ATTEND FOOTBALL CAMP
07-20-2004 UNDERWOOD MUSEUM NEEDS FINANCIAL HELP
07-20-2004 SURROGATE PARENTS NEEDED FOR CALHOUN STUDENTS
07-20-2004 LOGAN SHERIFF RESIGNS AFTER VOTE BUYING - "Not Enough People Left...To Carry Caskets"
07-19-2004 STATE CUTS CLOTHING VOUCHER BENEFIT - 350 Calhoun Kids Affected, 67 Calhoun Families Have Benefits Reduced
07-19-2004 MAN SUFFERS INJURIES IN TIMBER ACCIDENT
07-19-2004 NO NEED FOR A HORSELESS CARRIAGE
07-19-2004 CRESTON NEWS
07-17-2004 CALHOUN TEACHERS RANK 45TH IN SALARY
07-17-2004 WV FOOD STAMP HELPLINE IN INDIA
07-17-2004 WIRT MAN DEAD AFTER "BLUNT TRAUMA"
07-16-2004 SEVEN CALHOUN GIRLS WILL ATTEND STATE 4-H CAMP
07-16-2004 POLICE CHIEF PLACED ON SALARY - Town Could Hire Architect For Proposed Town Hall
07-16-2004 STATE BOARD OVERRIDES MINGO SCHOOL BOARD DECISION
07-15-2004 MORE QUESTIONS SURROUND DEATH OF WIRT MAN
07-15-2004 PROSECUTOR SAYS ROBBERY WAS MOTIVE IN MURDER CASE - Roger Jones Standing Trial In Mason County
07-15-2004 LIONS CLUB HAS BIG YEAR - $9,000 Given To Community
07-13-2004 HERALD'S ASSOCIATE EDITOR BREAKS HIP - Norma Knotts Shaffer Hospitalized
07-13-2004 COMMISSION HAS SMALL AGENDA
07-13-2004 BOOZE SALES ON RISE IN WV
07-12-2004 CRESTON NEWS
07-12-2004 OLD SCHOOL CHUMS REMEMBER BACKWOODS SCHOOLS
07-12-2004 NICE BLUE GILL CAUGHT IN FARM POND
07-12-2004 GOSPELAIRES PACK THE HOUSE
07-12-2004 COMMISSION WILL MEET WITH SHORT AGENDA
07-12-2004 CLASS OF '54 HOLDS 50TH REUNION
07-12-2004 CLASS OF '49 HAVE 55TH REUNION
07-12-2004 CCHS CLASS OF '94 ENJOY 10 YEAR REUNION
07-10-2004 SEVEN PEOPLE IN FRIDAY WRECKS - Only One Taken To Hospital
07-10-2004 MARRIAGE IN, DIVORCE OUT - It Has Been The Wedding Season
07-10-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Stabbed, Bitten, Pay The Phone Bill
07-09-2004 EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMITTEE SUBMITS OPERATIONS PLAN - Action For Man-Made Or Natural Disaster
07-09-2004 DMV ELIMINATES DRIVER'S TESTS IN CALHOUN - "Remote Locations" Being Closed
07-08-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Wrech Attack, Juvenile Glues Monitoring Device To Cat
07-08-2004 GRANT SUBMITTED FOR COURTHOUSE ELEVATOR
07-08-2004 TIM MOORE NEW CHS BASKETBALL COACH
07-08-2004 DUPONT FACING MILLIONS IN FINES - Wood Plant Accused Of Covering Up Birth Defect Study
07-07-2004 BUDGET DIGEST PROJECTS FUNDED
07-07-2004 FREDERICK SELECTED SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT - Dale And Starcher Sworn
07-07-2004 DANIELLE'S EXCITING MAKE-A-WISH - "It Was An Amazing Adventure"
07-07-2004 READY RESERVES FROM WV BEING CALLED - Parkersburg Unit Called
07-07-2004 THINGS I THINK I HEARD ON THE SCANNER - "Man Is Spread-Eagle"
07-06-2004 SGT. NICHOLAS HONORED AT FAMILY GATHERING
07-06-2004 WOMAN EXTRACTED FROM TANGLED WRECKAGE - Phillip's Run Collision
07-06-2004 MORE HOLIDAY DEATHS ON ATVS THAN AUTOS - Raleigh Rider Impaled
07-06-2004 NEW SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS WILL TAKE OATH - Reorganization On Agenda
07-05-2004 BACKWOODS INTERNET TECHNOLOGY STILL A DREAM - Information Super Highway A Sluggish Road
07-05-2004 CRESTON NEWS
07-05-2004 NEW WV WILDERNESS AREAS COULD BE DESIGNATED
07-05-2004 SKIES AGLOW OVER SPENCER - Annual Fireworks Display
07-03-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
07-03-2004 GRANTSVILLE VFD GETS $94,500 GRANT FOR NEW TRUCK - Fundraising Efforts, Community Support Pays Off
07-03-2004 MINGO SCHOOL BOARD AUCTION BLOCKED - Last Day Effort To Sell Schools
07-03-2004 AUTO CRASHES OVER EMBANKMENT AT ARNOLDSBURG
07-03-2004 JOHN NICHOLAS WELCOME HOME ON JULY 4TH - Party On Big Bear Run
07-03-2004 MEZZATESTA CASE BEING INVESTIGATED BY KANAWHA PROSECUTOR
07-02-2004 FLAGS ARE WAVING - Independence Day 2004
07-02-2004 RUSH CASE SCHEDULED FOR SEPTEMBER - Murder Charges Could Be Presented
07-02-2004 TERRY CLAIMS STATE SUPERINTENDENT LIED - Mezzatesta's Ethics Charges Back On Burner
07-02-2004 BOND SET FOR DAVID STARKEY - Circuit Court Conducts Arraignments, Delivers Sentences
07-02-2004 NEWTON MAN THROWN FROM TRUCK - Roll-Over On Milo Road
07-01-2004 FIRE MARSHAL WILL INVESTIGATE SINKING SPRINGS FIRE
07-01-2004 4-H CAMP DRAWS OVER 60 PARTICIPANTS
07-01-2004 "PASSING OF THE TOWEL" CEREMONY RECOGNIZES SMITH
07-01-2004 "OPERATION STOREFRONT" UNCOVERS TOBACCO MARKETING
06-30-2004 CALHOUN SCHOOLS RECOGNIZE EMPLOYEES
06-30-2004 LITTLETON GONE AFTER 114 YEARS - Reedy Hanging On, FEMA Buyout Leaves Empty Lots
06-30-2004 MT. ZION PSD CITED FOR SHORTCOMINGS - Survey Defines Water Loss Problems, Future Water Woes Raised
06-30-2004 WEST VIRGINIA HAS SMALLEST NUMBER OF COLLEGE GRADS - Next To Bottom With High School Grads
06-30-2004 BUDGET DIGEST REDUCED PORK
06-30-2004 PUTNAM OFFICIALS WORRY ABOUT JACKPOT WHITTAKER'S BID - Whittaker Did Pleasant Hill PSD Project Years Ago
06-29-2004 WOOD FESTIVAL POKER RUN - Brian Cultrider Wins Big
06-29-2004 MCC WRESTLING - Wild And Woolly Excitement July 2
06-29-2004 MOUNTAIN LIBRARY NETWORK BRINGS CHANGE TO LOCAL LIBRARY
06-28-2004 STILT GRASS DESTROYING FOREST LIFE - Calhoun Workshop Tomorrow
06-28-2004 "SILVER THREADS & GOLDEN NEEDLES" - Gift Shop Announces New Hours, Consignments Needed
06-28-2004 WALTON GETS EMERGENCY WATER GRANT
06-28-2004 LITTLE LEAGUE ALL-STAR PLAYERS RECOGNIZED
06-28-2004 CRESTON NEWS
06-28-2004 CIRCUIT COURT WILL HEAR FOUR ARRAIGNMENTS - Two Day Docket Starts Tuesday
06-28-2004 CLAY GETS $225,000 RURAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT - Create 61 Jobs
06-28-2004 CLAY'S NEW WATER TREATMENT PLANT FUNDED - $1,500,000 WILL HELP SERVE 1,300 CUSTOMERS
06-27-2004 SUNDAY UPDATES WILL BE LIMITED
06-26-2004 CHEAP DOLLS, CHEAP WORKERS - Middleton Dolls Off To India
06-26-2004 CAR LANDS IN BIG ROOT CREEK UPSIDE DOWN - Three Taken To Hospital
06-25-2004 KIDS FLOCK TO FOODLAND PETTING ZOO
06-25-2004 CONTRACTOR SAYS STUMP HOTEL PROBLEMS RESOLVED - Some Exterior Siding Excluded
06-25-2004 GAS WELL FIRE QUICKLY PUT OUT
06-25-2004 "LAND RENT TAX CONCEPT KEEPS ON KICKING" - Calhoun's Carl Shaw Is Major Proponent
06-25-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - "Pops, Don't Make Me Kill You"
06-24-2004 JONES MURDER TRIAL MOVED TO MASON COUNTY
06-24-2004 CHLOE POSTMASTER CREATES "WALL OF HONOR"
06-24-2004 MOUNTAIN LAUREL 4-H DANCERS PERFORM AT FOLK FESTIVAL
06-24-2004 OFFICER KAHN WILL GET BULLETPROOF VEST
06-24-2004 MORE METH LAB ARRESTS IN ROANE COUNTY
06-24-2004 DIRECTV NOW HAS LOCAL STATIONS IN CALHOUN, CLAY, BRAXTON, ROANE AND WIRT
06-24-2004 RICHARDS SURRENDERS TO OHIO OFFICIALS - Gives Up Two Year Extradition Battle
06-23-2004 DR. CHADWICK SMITH JOINS MHHCC MEDICAL STAFF
06-23-2004 ROANE CENTER REDUCING PRESCRIPTION COSTS - All Patients Of Roane Family Health Care Eligible
06-23-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - "Gun In Face, I Gave Him Some Clear Choices"
06-23-2004 HATS OFF TO FATHERS - Carpenter Oldest Dad In Attendance
06-22-2004 CRESTON NEWS
06-22-2004 CALHOUN MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO 200 POUND POT CASE
06-21-2004 LIGHTS ON! STARTING SUMMER PROGRAMS WEDNESDAY
06-21-2004 LAZY SPRING FLOAT DOWN THE LITTLE KANAWHA
06-21-2004 BEECHER INJURED IN FARM POND DIVE
06-20-2004 UMSTEAD RECALLS FOURTH OF JULY CELEBRATIONS - No Bridge Across Little Kanawha
06-20-2004 BEALL CROSSES FINISH LINE - Bandathon Successful Fundraiser
06-20-2004 DRIVE-IN THEATER FEATURED ON WCHS-TV - A Calhoun Landmark
06-20-2004 STARVING NO MORE - Tom And Connie McColley Now Work For A Pay Check
06-19-2004 DRIVER FLEES THREE-CAR ACCIDENT - Two Other Wrecks Investigated
06-18-2004 KEY ENERGY RENEWS ARNOLDSBURG LEASE - Company Still Searching For New Site
06-18-2004 THREE CALHOUN-GILMER WRITERS TAKE AWARDS - Tops In WV Writer's Competition
06-18-2004 COOL OFF AT GRANTSVILLE POOL - Hey, It's Only Three Bucks
06-18-2004 FLOOD WATCH IN EFFECT UNTIL 6 AM - Forecast Improves By Sunday
06-18-2004 GRANTSVILLE GETS AUDIT REPORT - Engineers Sought For New Town Hall Project
06-18-2004 EPA RULING COULD BE SET-BACK FOR DUPONT
06-17-2004 TWENTY-MILE BANDATHON SATURDAY - Community Support Needed For Band To Continue
06-17-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
06-17-2004 VEHICLES COLLIDE AT CABOT STATION - Driver Sent To Hospital
06-17-2004 METH LAB FOUND NEAR LOONEYVILLE
06-17-2004 A CHALLENGE AND A PLEA - Helping The High School Band
06-15-2004 LEGISLATURE LOOKING AT NON-PROFIT OUTFITS - Salaries Will Be Studied?
06-15-2004 DAVIS APPOINTED TO FILL COUNCIL SEAT
06-15-2004 CRESTON NEWS
06-15-2004 BID APPROVED ON E-911 SHELL BUILDING - Architect's Plan For Elevator Accepted
06-14-2004 BIDS TO BE OPENED ON 911 CENTER - Policies To Be Adopted For Law Enforcement, Review Of Homeland Security Grant
06-14-2004 "THE CAPTIVES" PREMIERE DRAWS BIG CROWD - Ingles Journey Riveting Story
06-14-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
06-14-2004 NEW BAD BOYS LAW REQUIRES INMATES TO ANTE UP
06-14-2004 CALHOUN COUNTY MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES
06-14-2004 CALHOUN TOURIST ATTRACTION INFORMATION NEEDED - Events To Hiking Trails
06-13-2004 KRACK'S FIDDLIN' USED IN "THE CAPTIVES" - Premiere Showing In Spencer
06-13-2004 PORCH SITTIN' AT WRIGHT FAMILY GATHERING - Life Along Henry's Fork
06-13-2004 "FULL OF LIFE" EVENT FIGHTS CANCER - Relay For Life Slightly Dampened
06-13-2004 NOW WHAT ARE WE GOING TO DO? - L. T.'s Gone Writes Dave Peyton
06-12-2004 SAME SPOT, DIFFERENT DAY AUTO ACCIDENT - Rain And Asphalt Slick Hog Knob Hill
06-12-2004 RELAY FOR LIFE WAS A CELEBRATION
06-12-2004 SCHOONOVER PRAYED TO DIE - Former State Senator Released After ATV Accident
06-12-2004 "THE CAPTIVES" WORLD PREMIERE BEGINS - Public Can Attend 4:00 Showing At Robey Theater
06-12-2004 LOCAL STUDENT STUDIES MEDICINE IN AUSTRALIA - Jessica Carpenter Joins International Mission On Medicine
06-11-2004 CALHOUN DECLARED DISASTER COUNTY - 24 Counties Suffer Flood Damage
06-11-2004 MELISSA LAW GRADUATES SUMMA CUM LAUDE
06-11-2004 SPENCER 1092ND SUPPORT GROUP FUNDRAISER - Show Your Support With Ribbons, Flags And Static Cling Items
06-10-2004 ACCIDENTS SEND FIVE TO HOSPITALS - Cyclist Injured Near Grantsville, Four Injured In Arnoldsburg Collision
06-10-2004 FIFTY-SEVEN MARIJUANA PLANTS CONFISCATED - Plants Found At Country Lanes
06-10-2004 ELKEM PLANT AT RISK IN UPPER KANAWHA VALLEY
06-10-2004 TAX LOAD ON WEST VIRGINIANS GETTING HIGHER
06-10-2004 WV RANKS HIGHEST IN POLLUTION DEATHS
06-09-2004 LEIGH FAMILY VISITS HEADHUNTERS BACKSTAGE
06-09-2004 SCHOOL WILL NAME ROAD AND BUILDINGS FOR CONGRESSMAN MOLLOHAN
06-09-2004 DANIELLE KENDALL IS LITTLE MISS SUMMERTIME
06-09-2004 WAYBRIGHT REENACTS PHILIPPI BATTLE - Bridge Site Of First Land Fight Of Civil War
06-08-2004 "HOG MAN" SINGLETON CHARGED WITH DRUG OFFENSE, GRAND LARCENY AND JOY RIDING
06-08-2004 FIVE CHARGED IN THEFT OF COIN-OPERATED MACHINE
06-08-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL NEWS - Students Learn While Having Fun
06-08-2004 RUSH WINS GUITAR - Autographed By Kentucky HeadHunters
06-08-2004 GRANTSVILLE MAN FACING DRUG CHARGES - Starkey Being Held In CRJ
06-08-2004 THUMBS UP FOR TEEN FEST - “Build It And They Will Come”
06-07-2004 CRESTON NEWS
06-07-2004 CAN YOU IDENTIFY OLD COURTHOUSE PICTURE?
06-07-2004 SHINING STAR GOES TO 42ND WOOD FESTIVAL COMMITTEE
06-07-2004 JOB OPPORTUNITIES STILL LACKING - Encouraging Stats Sound Good, But....
06-07-2004 CRADDOCK EARNS MASTER'S DEGREE AT AGE 60 - A Calhoun Returnee
06-06-2004 WHERE THE HEART IS - The Herald Introduces A New Column
06-05-2004 KENTUCKY HEADHUNTERS WILD AND UNIQUE - Gates Open At 6:30 Tonight
06-04-2004 MYKAL JOHNSON GRADUATES WITH HONORS - Former Grantsville Resident
06-04-2004 BALLENGEE SAYS THANK YOU
06-04-2004 THREE CALHOUN ROADS GETTING ASPHALT
06-04-2004 MONSTER TRUCKS, CYCLES AND CRITTERS - Rain Or Shine, Gigantic X-Treme Show Tonight
06-04-2004 MIDDLETON DOLLS OFF TO CHINA
06-04-2004 LITTLE MISTER AND LITTLE MISS LIONESS SELECTED
06-04-2004 WAYNE UNDERWOOD HALL OF FAME PROJECT UNDERWAY - "He Helped Changed Lives"
06-04-2004 MONSTER TRUCKS AND MOTORCYLE JUMPERS - X-Treme Truck Show Tonight, Local Big Truck Owners Will Participate
06-04-2004 HEARTWOOD SALUTES CALHOUN COMMUNITY - Street Performance Follows Saturday Parade
06-04-2004 CLASS OF 84 LOOKING FOR CLASSMATES
06-04-2004 PUPPETS BELT GOSPEL MUSIC
06-04-2004 "FIRST PERSON PLURAL" - Living Beyond Breast Cancer
06-03-2004 SCHOONOVER NOT "OUT OF THE WOODS" - Trapped 30 Hours Under ATV
06-03-2004 RIBBON CUT ON "SILVER THREADS AND GOLDEN NEEDLES" - New Shop Open For Business
06-03-2004 CALHOUN HIGH STUDENTS GET $750,000 IN SCHOLARSHIPS
06-03-2004 MONSTER TRUCKS ROLLING INTO COUNTY - X-Treme Show Friday Evening
06-03-2004 $80,000 HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDS WILL UPGRADE COMMUNICATIONS
06-03-2004 HARRIS WOOD FESTIVAL PARADE MARSHAL
06-03-2004 ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL WANTS CASH C0-PAYS - Up Front Payment For Non-Emergency Admissions
06-02-2004 SAVING GASOLINE - An Old Way To Deal With New Problem
06-02-2004 "DINING WITH DIABETES" - Class On Good Nutrition, Sensible Eating
06-02-2004 STORM SLOWS CARNIVAL OPENING - Petting Zoo Tent Collapses, The Show Goes On
06-02-2004 VANDALIA GATHERING SELECTS CALHOUN MUSIC MAKERS
06-02-2004 SHOOTER BEING GUARDED AT CAMDEN-CLARK HOSPITAL - Pennsboro Man Dead After Altercation
06-02-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
06-02-2004 CALHOUN SURVIVES HIGH WIND TUESDAY NIGHT - Electric Disrupted, Trees Downed, Tents Overturned
06-01-2004 CALHOUN HIGH'S ALUMNI TO GATHER - Alumni Day July 3rd, Register Before June 26th
06-01-2004 VFW AUXILIARY REMEMBERS OUR SOLDIERS
06-01-2004 LIONS CARNIVAL OPENS TONIGHT - Wood Festival Kicks Off Thursday
06-01-2004 PORK CHOP AND MC CLUNG ARE BACK "WHITE HOT" - $9 Million An Issue
06-01-2004 MEMORIAL DAY SHOOTING TAKES RITCHIE COUNTY LIFE
05-31-2004 RAIN, MUD AND HIGH WATER HIT BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL - But The Show Goes On
05-31-2004 CRESTON NEWS
05-31-2004 WOOD FESTIVAL STARTS THIS WEEK - Lions Club Assemble Courthouse Booths
05-31-2004 FREEDOM
05-30-2004 "ALLISON" THE LITTLEST RED DEVIL - Calhoun Middle School Boosters Fundraisers
05-30-2004 WOOD FESTIVAL TO HAVE RECIPE CONTEST - Enter Prepared Dishes
05-30-2004 NEW BARBER OPENS GRANTSVILLE SHOP - Nu-Look Expands Services
05-30-2004 SLIDE CLOSES HENRY'S FORK ROAD
05-30-2004 CMS SPORTS BANQUET HELD MAY 22 - Athletes And Coaches Recognized
05-30-2004 PARSONS KILLED IN CHARLOTTE CAR ACCIDENT
05-29-2004 BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL WRAPS TONIGHT
05-29-2004 TEAM BON JOVI/WEST VIRGINIA - Gov. Wise Proclaims June “WV Mountain Bike Month”
05-29-2004 ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHT SENIORS GRADUATE - 80th Calhoun High School Commencement
05-29-2004 CIVIL WAR VET ISSAC NEWELL GETS MARKER - Dedication Sunday
05-29-2004 LOWER NICUT MAN LIFE-FLIGHTED AFTER TRACTOR ACCIDENT
05-29-2004 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL ACTING ON TRAILERS - Questions Regarding Municipal Court
05-28-2004 80TH CHS COMMENCEMENT TONIGHT - Event Will Go On Despite Canceled School
05-28-2004 HENRY'S FORK FLOODING COVERS AUTOS - Section Without Power
05-28-2004 MEMORIAL CANDLES LIT AT MHHCC CEREMONY
05-28-2004 A NIGHT OF SALUTES - Students Recognized At 21st Academic Program
05-28-2004 KANAWHA BANS ATVS ON PUBLIC ROADS - Declared A Safety Hazard
05-28-2004 ALCAN COULD STAY IN RAVENSWOOD
05-28-2004 THREE WIRT SENIORS GET JESSICA LYNCH SCHOLARSHIPS
05-27-2004 TEAM BON/JOVI WV - Bi-Coastal Results
05-27-2004 LEPC MEETS TONIGHT AT 6 PM - 911 Advisory Board Meets at 7
05-26-2004 ATV FREEDOM DAY - There Are Some Glitches
05-26-2004 HOUCHIN, HUPP AND SHOCK CO-VALEDICTORIANS - LAMONT NAMED SALUTATORIAN
05-26-2004 2004: THE HAYS-KNOTTS HOUSE MOVES SKYWARD - Musings On Arnoldsburg History
05-25-2004 "BEST OF THE BEST" SENIORS RECOGNIZED - Fifth Annual CHS Honors Banquet
05-25-2004 KIDS PARTICIPATE IN CHILD ABUSE AWARENESS - Contest Winners Announced
05-25-2004 CRESTON NEWS
05-25-2004 FOREIGN-OWNED WV WATER COMPANY SEEKS COURT RULING ON WATER RATES
05-25-2004 SENIORS DRUG DISCOUNT CARDS CAN BE CONFUSING - Over 40 Offered In WV
05-24-2004 TEAMS PULL SUPPLIES UP PHILLIP'S RUN - Early Calhoun Photo
05-24-2004 WARM SUMMERY DAY GENERATES LOTS OF 911 CALLS
05-23-2004 TEEN FEST DRAWS AREA YOUTH - Bands, Bonfires And Fellowship
05-23-2004 ALDRIDGE WINS IN GILMER SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR
05-23-2004 HALL IS LADY RED DEVIL, METZ RECEIVES WAYNE UNDERWOOD AWARD - All-Sports Event Recognizes Boundless Gifts
05-23-2004 PAINTING PROJECT ON HISTORIC STUMP HOTEL
05-23-2004 CANADIAN GOOSE NESTS ALONG LITTLE KANAWHA
05-23-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
05-22-2004 GREATHOUSE AND MOORE RECEIVE GOLDEN HORSESHOES
05-22-2004 STUDENTS COMPETE IN STATE SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR
05-22-2004 "ART IMITATING LIFE" BRINGS FAMOUS PAINTINGS TO STAGE
05-21-2004 DUSTIN MC CORMICK SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED - Chris McCormick Is Recipient
05-21-2004 WIRT CIRCUIT CLERK CANDIDATES ASK FOR RECOUNT
05-21-2004 LITTLE MISS & MISTER CONTEST - Calhoun County Lions Club Wood Festival
05-20-2004 "TIS THE SEASON OF 4-H" - 4-H Camper Information
05-20-2004 ROGERS FAMILY BARELY ESCAPE HOUSE FIRE - Alerted By Smoke Detectors
05-20-2004 SCHOOL BOARD POSTS JOBS
05-20-2004 CLOTHIER REPRESENTS "YOUTH AND FUTURE" - Will Receive Governor's Proclamation
05-20-2004 UNITED METHODIST COOPERATIVE PARISH AWARDS SCHOLARSHIPS
05-20-2004 SCHOONOVER HANGING ON TO LIFE
05-20-2004 MEZZATESTA FACING TOUGH TIMES? - Consolidation Issues On Burner
05-19-2004 CHS INDUCTS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY MEMBERS
05-19-2004 CHS ELECTS NEW STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS
05-19-2004 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL FOCUSED ON LEARNING - High Achievement For 20 Years
05-19-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL ACTIVITIES - May 27 - June 11
05-19-2004 CCHS CLASS OF '49 - Reunion July 2, 2004
05-19-2004 STUDENTS TOUR HISTORIC BULLTOWN SITE - Civil War Connections To Calhoun
05-19-2004 CMHS LIBRARY RECEIVES GRANT - Laura Bush Foundation For America's Libraries
05-19-2004 DRUG COMPANIES PERFORM SMOKE AND MIRRORS ON WEST VIRGINIANS
05-19-2004 RONNIE RUSH WILL BE TRIED AS ADULT IN GROVES-HICKS DOUBLE MURDER
05-19-2004 "BATCHES" OF CASH COULD LINK RUSH TO DOUBLE MURDER - Juvenile Will Be Tried As An Adult
05-18-2004 CALHOUN SCHOOLS GET $600,000 "HEADS UP" GRANT - Focus On Helping Kids Improve
05-18-2004 RITCHIE AND MC BRIDE HONORED BY SENIOR CITIZEN BOARD
05-18-2004 CLAY GROUPS PLAN MASSIVE ELK RIVER CLEANUP
05-17-2004 WALTON TEEN DIES IN FIERY CRASH
05-17-2004 SCHOONOVER FOUND TRAPPED UNDER ATV
05-17-2004 SHOCK GETS DEGREE IN SIGN LANGUAGE
05-17-2004 CRESTON NEWS
05-17-2004 WHAT'S JAKE KRACK UP TO? - Calhoun Fiddler Will Perform At Vandalia
05-17-2004 MARTHA BUNCH GRADUATES WITH HONORS - Duke University School Of Nursing
05-17-2004 SCHOOL BOARD EFFECTIVENESS MEETING
05-17-2004 A CHALLENGE AND A PLEA - Helping The High School Band
05-16-2004 CHAIR BASHINGS, SIGN BURNINGS, SWEET DEALS - Clay County Politics
05-16-2004 LAST CHANCE FOR FOLLIES - "Music In Time" Performance At 2
05-16-2004 ART SHOW ENDS AT CALHOUN MIDDLE-HIGH SCHOOL
05-16-2004 WHYTSELL TRADITIONS CONTINUE - Blanche Wanted It That Way
05-15-2004 FOLLIES 2004 "MUSIC IN TIME" ON-STAGE TONIGHT - Sunday Performance At 2
05-14-2004 "SILVER THREADS AND GOLDEN NEEDLES" WILL OPEN - Senior Center Gift And Artisan Shop
05-14-2004 "OPERATION SALUTE" HONORS SOLDIERS - Grantsville CCCOA Event Held Yesterday
05-14-2004 WATERCOLORS TO CERAMIC HEADS - CHS Art Show Through Saturday
05-14-2004 HOUSE FIRE ON WALKER-NEBO RD. REQUIRES ASSISTANCE
05-13-2004 SUSPICIOUS FIRES STRIKE WIDEN - Clay's Old Mining Boom Town
05-13-2004 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS RECOGNIZED AT CHS - Mu Alpha Theta Induction
05-13-2004 GREATHOUSE SURPRISE WINNER IN ROANE - Roane Election Results
05-13-2004 HEAD START EMPLOYEES GRADUATE WITH HONORS
05-12-2004 2004 CHS PROM ROYALTY
05-12-2004 GSC CELEBRATES 130TH COMMENCEMENT - Col. Larry Godfrey Keynote Speaker
05-12-2004 VOTING MACHINE TESTED FOR ACCURACY - Secretary Of State's Office Sends Oversight Team
05-12-2004 MANCHIN ROLLS OVER JACKSON IN GOV'S RACE
05-12-2004 WINNERS IN CALHOUN PRIMARY RACES
05-11-2004 MEET THE CANDIDATES - Polls Open 6:30 AM, Close 7:30 PM, Election Returns On Herald
05-11-2004 FOURTEEN CALHOUN HIGH STUDENTS ELIGIBLE FOR PROMISE SCHOLARSHIPS
05-11-2004 BEE KEEPING SKILLS STILL ALIVE - Eric Metz Retrieves Swarm From 80 Foot Pine
05-11-2004 WALLBACK YOUTH DROWNS IN ELK RIVER
05-10-2004 SUMMER CAMP FOR CHILDREN WITH ASTHMA - Calhoun-Gilmer Kids Eligible
05-10-2004 THREE CALHOUN WOMEN CELEBRATE GRADUATIONS
05-10-2004 CRESTON NEWS
05-10-2004 CAREER CENTER OFFERS SUMMER CLASSES FOR ADULTS - Funded By Lights On!
05-10-2004 IVYDALE MAN'S GUN FAILS TO FIRE - Charged For Attempted Murder
05-09-2004 PASTOR RICK SWEARINGEN HONORED - A New College Graduate
05-09-2004 MEMORIAL GET-TOGETHER FOR DUSTIN MC CORMICK
05-09-2004 "HOT DOGS, HOT DOGS" - Lots Of Other Stuff, Town-Wide Yard Sale
05-09-2004 PRICELESS MEMORIES - All Dressed Up With A Place To Go, Calhoun High Prom
05-09-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - From Hooters To Hollers
05-09-2004 LEGISLATIVE TEAM SECURES $3000 TOWARD TOWN HALL
05-08-2004 JOBS THAT NEVER CAME - Warner Said Calhoun Problems Were At Fault, FTC Suing PowerTel Holding Company
05-08-2004 LARGE U-HAUL TRUCK TUMBLES OVER HILLSIDE - Emergency Services Respond To Grannyshe
05-08-2004 NO BIDS ON NEW 911 BUILDING - Commission Will Return To "Drawing Board"
05-08-2004 POLLS PREDICT MANCHIN WILL WIN GOVERNORSHIP NOMINATION - Show McGraw And Hechler Way Ahead
05-08-2004 FORMER GLENVILLE OFFICER SENTENCED 20 DAYS FOR BURGLARY-BRANDISHING
05-07-2004 PROCLAIM LIBERTY - National Day Of Prayer Celebrated
05-07-2004 AUTO WEDGES UNDER SCHOOL BUS - Children And Driver Uninjured
05-07-2004 CHS STUDENTS HELP WITH BLOOD DRIVE
05-07-2004 BASEBALL: A SURE SIGN OF SUMMER
05-07-2004 LUCY MARKS WAS OLDEST MOTHER AT MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA - Opal Vandale Had Most Children
05-07-2004 CALHOUN GRAND JURY INDICTS FOUR
05-07-2004 BLOOD STAINED MAGLITE COULD LINK DOUBLE MURDER - Jones Case Delayed
05-06-2004 CAR STRIKES SCHOOL BUS - No Injuries
05-06-2004 OUTHOUSE FROM RITCHIE BACKWOODS
05-06-2004 PIPING DELIVERED TO YELLOW CREEK - Long Awaited Water Project Is Arriving
05-06-2004 CALHOUN'S COL. LARRY GODFREY WILL DELIVER KEYNOTE - Glenville State Commencement Saturday
05-06-2004 JAPANESE STILT GRASS SPREADING IN CALHOUN - A Plague To Trees And Plants
05-06-2004 HAROLDS HOME - 59 Years After Spencer Pilot's Ill-Fated Mission, He's Getting A Proper Burial
05-06-2004 MORE WV MILITARY CALLED TO IRAQ - State Has Sent "Most Per Capita" To Fight
05-05-2004 "YOU'RE WORTH IT! - WV Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening Program
05-05-2004 JONLUC HARRIS PRESENTED GOD AND COUNTRY MEDALLION
05-05-2004 COMMISSION GETS $80,000 IN HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDS - Grants And Funding Main Issues
05-05-2004 SCHOOL BOARD COMPLETES SELF-ASSESSMENT - 2004-05 School Calendar Approved
05-05-2004 MOCK DISASTER DRILL - Car Lands In Little Kanawha River
05-05-2004 BURNING MOP SUMMONS ARNOLDSBURG FIREMEN
05-04-2004 LOWER LIMIT DUI LAW STARTS THURSDAY
05-04-2004 BLUE AND GRAY INTERMODAL AUTHORITY MEETS IN CALHOUN
05-04-2004 WATER COMING TO SOUTHERN CALHOUN - Sand Ridge, Millstone, Route 16 South, Public Hearing Supports Issue
05-04-2004 NATIONAL NURSES WEEK RECOGNIZES THE PROFESSION - "They Are Valued And Respected In Calhoun"
05-04-2004 ALERT: CALHOUN AND REGIONAL LAND OWNERS
05-03-2004 BREMAR BECOMES EAGLE SCOUT - "Eagles Become Givers To Communities"
05-03-2004 EMPLOYMENT WILL BE ON SCHOOL BOARD AGENDA TONIGHT
05-03-2004 COMMISSION AGENDA ANNOUNCED
05-03-2004 CRESTON NEWS
05-03-2004 AMERICA'S BLOODY UPRISING: BATTLE OF BLAIR MOUNTAIN - Power And Politics In West Virginia's Coal Fields
05-03-2004 MORE "MEZZ MONEY" HELPED HAMPSHIRE COUNTY - Mezzatesta Changed Funding Rules
05-02-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - School Bus Knifers, WVU Recruit Charged With Murder, Shootout In Raleigh
05-02-2004 WOOD COUNTY MAKES SECOND "BAD AIR" LIST - Nine Counties Targeted By American Lung Association
05-02-2004 SULLIVAN WILL PLAY IN WVU MARCHING BAND - First Calhoun Student Accepted In 30 Years
05-01-2004 DARING DUO DELIVER THE FISH
05-01-2004 CALHOUN HAS 5,118 REGISTERED VOTERS
05-01-2004 DISASTER PRACTICE HELD BY CALHOUN EMS
05-01-2004 BRAXTON MAN AWARDED SETTLEMENT FOR CLAMP INSIDE ABDOMEN
04-30-2004 SPECIAL INVITE TO LITERACY COUNCIL MEMBERS
04-30-2004 STATE'S GAMBLING SALES REACHING $1 BILLION RECORD
04-30-2004 SAWDUST CATCHES ON FIRE AT SPENCER VENEER
04-29-2004 CRESTON NEWS
04-29-2004 TOWN WATER AND SEWAGE RATES INCREASING - First Reading Approved
04-28-2004 "WHERE'S LLOYD?" - Jackson Shuns Lincoln Groundbreaking, State's Most Expensive School
04-27-2004 GIANT OAK CRUSHES ARNOLDSBURG BUSINESS - Walls And Roof Collapses
04-27-2004 JIM LEES VISITS CALHOUN - "I Hope People Will Look At My Record"
04-27-2004 “DON’T LOSE SIGHT OF DIABETIC EYE DISEASE” - Lions Club "Knights Of The Blind"
04-27-2004 GRANTSVILLE FIREMEN TAKE A FOAM BATH
04-26-2004 BREAST AND CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING AT MHHCC - Free Wal-Mart Gift Cards
04-26-2004 ATV DRIVER STRIKES UTILITY POLE - Minnora Man Life-Flighted To CAMC
04-26-2004 LUNCH RUSH AT CALHOUN SCHOOLS
04-26-2004 HARTSHORN SELECTED MISS WOOD FESTIVAL QUEEN - Riva Tanner "Miss Teen Wood Festival"
04-25-2004 BANGS, BUGS, AND BONES - HSTA Science Day At Calhoun Middle School
04-25-2004 CHS STUDENTS HAVE OUTDOOR COOKING EXPERIENCE - Ramps, Turkey And Taters
04-25-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Teen Stabs Father, More Guns In School
04-25-2004 JOHNNY STAATS PERFORMS WITH WHEELING SYMPHONY
04-25-2004 SENIORS DRUG DISCOUNT CARDS CAN BE CONFUSING - Over 40 Offered In WV
04-24-2004 TUITIONS RISING IN WEST VIRGINIA
04-23-2004 FEDS ARREST SAND RIDGE MAN FOR POT SHIPMENT - Copen Receives 220 Pound Shipment At Depot
04-23-2004 MORE PRETTY BABY CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED
04-23-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Shootin', Kickin' And Cussin'
04-23-2004 J. D. MORRIS HAS EARLY RELEASE - Assisting Federal Prosecutors
04-23-2004 EARTH DAY BRINGS SOBERING CONCERNS FOR WEST VIRGINIA
04-23-2004 $3 MILLION SUIT FILED AGAINST HAMPSHIRE CO. SCHOOLS - Financial Officers Cleared After Mezzatesta Calls Police
04-23-2004 CALHOUN GETS $80,000 HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDS
04-22-2004 SCHOOL ON SATURDAY? - Pleasant Hill Students Have "Fun Day"
04-22-2004 LOGGING TRUCK WRECKS IN JACKSON CURVE - Calhoun EMS Responds To Ten Calls
04-22-2004 CALHOUN MARRIAGES
04-22-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Student Stabbed, Cowboys And Indians, Triple Murders
04-22-2004 SCHOOL BOARD TAKES ACTION ON ANNUAL BUDGET
04-22-2004 GILMER PROSECUTOR RECUSES SELF FROM POISON CASE - Woman Charged With Attempted Murder
04-22-2004 MEZZATESTA GAVE $75,000 SCHOOL GRANT TO FIRE DEPARTMENTS - "Considers Education Dollars His Own Private Slush Fund"
04-21-2004 911 BUILDING PLANS APPROVED - Bids Will Be Advertised, Annual Levy Approved
04-21-2004 MUD FORK YOUTH WILL BE RELEASED - Injured Monday On Mini Three-Wheeler
04-21-2004 BLANKENSHIP GIVEN ONE YEAR CONTRACT - Budget Approved For 2004-05, Finances Becoming Major Concern, Wayne Underwood Building Proposed
04-21-2004 GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL MOVING ON INCREASED FEES
04-21-2004 LITTLE MISS WOOD FESTIVAL PAGEANT - Parade Of Young Girls
04-21-2004 WATER PRESSURE RISING IN RITCHIE COUNTY
04-21-2004 MORE WV GRADUATES ATTENDING COLLEGE
04-21-2004 GRANDMOTHER "POISONS" 4-YEAR-OLD GRANDDAUGHTER - Charged With Attempted Murder In Glenville
04-20-2004 WORLD WAR II MEMORIAL WILL BE DEDICATED IN DC - Calhoun Has Connection To This Enormous Event, Register Family Members
04-20-2004 MHHCC HONORS FRIENDS OF MINNIE HAMILTON - National Volunteer Week
04-20-2004 FOUR-YEAR-OLD INJURED ON MINI FOUR WHEELER
04-20-2004 CRESTON NEWS
04-20-2004 CALHOUN EXPECTED TO GET HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDS
04-20-2004 SMITHVILLE WOMAN DEAD AFTER CRASH
04-20-2004 CIRCUIT COURT WILL HEAR SIX CASES
04-20-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Three Shot In Ohio County, Kindergarten Kid Takes Gun To School, Dead Over A Woman
04-19-2004 ATV FREEDOM DAY - The Open Road Beckons You, Legally, May 26th
04-19-2004 SCHOOL SUPER'S CONTRACT ON BOARD AGENDA - Ox Johnson Has Proposal For Athletic Complex
04-19-2004 DEMOCRATS GEAR UP FOR PRIMARY - Candidates Attend Weekend Dinner
04-19-2004 OFFICE SEEKERS FOR RED NECK PRESIDENT?
04-19-2004 WEST VIRGINIA HAS ONLY ONE "RURAL COUNTY" - According To US Department Of Education
04-19-2004 JACKSON LAUNCHES NEGATIVE BARRAGE AGAINST MANCHIN
04-19-2004 TRUCK CRASHES THROUGH BARN AT LIBERTY HILL
04-18-2004 MIKE FINK'S GRAVE NEEDS HELP - Contributions Needed Now Historic Site
04-18-2004 DEATH NOTICES: CALHOUN CITIZENS
04-18-2004 NEW FAMILY RESTAURANT OPENS IN MILLSTONE - "Food With An Extra Touch"
04-17-2004 JOB PICTURE IS ROSY IN WEST VIRGINIA
04-17-2004 JARVIS CONCERNED ABOUT HANDICAP ACCESS - "I Hope Something Can Be Done"
04-17-2004 FALL FROM HAY TRUCK, DIRT BIKE ACCIDENT - Saturday Morning Accidents
04-16-2004 WOOD COUNTY HAS POOR AIR QUALITY - EPA Issues Compliance Order
04-16-2004 TRUCK PLUNGES INTO WEST FORK AT ORMA - Driver Uninjured
04-16-2004 WEDNESDAY APRIL 21 KEY VOTER DAY - Last Day To Register, First Day To Vote
04-16-2004 MOWREY COMPLETES TRAINING
04-16-2004 FRAT HOUSE DECK COLLAPSES NEAR GLENVILLE COLLEGE - Students Receive Fractures And Other Injuries
04-15-2004 THE SKIES THE LIMIT - Low Test Gas Over $1.90 A Gallon
04-15-2004 WAYNE UNDERWOOD FIELD WALKING TRAIL MOVES FORWARD - Commission Gets $7,000 Grant
04-15-2004 GRANTSVILLE RAISING WATER AND SEWER RATES - Money Needed For Sewer Repair, Brown Resigns From Council
04-15-2004 STATE STREAMS WILL BE TREATED FOR ACID - Little Kanawha Scheduled For 2006
04-15-2004 UPPER WF RAMP FOLKS SAY A BIG "THANK YOU"
04-15-2004 GAINER RETURNS FROM IRAQ - Becomes New Dad Next Day
04-15-2004 FINCH FEEDER FRENZY - "Hang A Feeder And They Will Come"
04-14-2004 VIEWS DIFFER OVER MOUNTAIN MAN STUTLER- "Self-Appointed Judge, Jury And Executioner" Or "Peaceful Citizen"
04-14-2004 LK WILL CREST BELOW FLOOD STAGE AT GRANTSVILLE - Water Causes Problems Around County
04-14-2004 TWO MORE WV PLANTS GO DOWN - More Fears Over Losing Pensions
04-14-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB
04-14-2004 CALHOUN SCIENCE CLASS TRAVELS TO CLAY CENTER
04-13-2004 A NIGHT OF PAGEANTS - Wood Festival Winners Selected
04-13-2004 CRESTON NEWS
04-13-2004 OPEC CUTS PRODUCTION, US MOTORISTS USE IS UP = RECORD HIGH GAS PRICES
04-13-2004 STUTLER SENT FOR 60-DAY EVALUATION - Charged With Attempted Murder
04-12-2004 PRESCHOOL-KINDERGARTEN REGISTRATION - Appointments Begin Week Of April 12
04-12-2004 IRS AUDITING FEWER BUSINESSES AND CORPS - Individual Auditing Up
04-12-2004 DUPONT CUTTING 3,500 JOBS, 92 IN WV - Toyota Creating 50 Putnam Co. Jobs
04-12-2004 THE WHITTAKER REPORT - Jack's Problems Back, Back, Back
04-12-2004 REPORTING CHILD ABUSE OR NEGLECT IN CALHOUN
04-12-2004 MILLER COMES HOME FROM IRAQ
04-11-2004 CHURCH FAMILY WELCOMES PERKINS HOME - Returns After One Year Iraqi Tour
04-11-2004 EASTER BUNNY BARES BIG PRIZES - The Fabulous Oshoway Egg Hunt
04-11-2004 WHITNEY JOHNSON CROWNED QUEEN FLORA XLII
04-10-2004 POST OFFICE WORKER INJURED IN CRASH - Vehicle Crashes Against Rt. 16 Tree
04-10-2004 VEHICLES COLLIDE ON PHILLIPS RUN - Two Sent To Hospital
04-09-2004 NEW LAWSUITS FILED AGAINST MASSEY COAL - Judge Blocks Mountaintop Dumping Into Trout Stream
04-08-2004 RAMPS AND ALL THE FIXINS' SATURDAY - TV Company Will Film The "Flavor" At Upper West Fork Park
04-08-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
04-08-2004 GETTING IT RIGHT - Commissioners Wife Not A Protester
04-08-2004 MORE 1092ND HOMECOMING PICTURES - April 7, 2004
04-08-2004 HIGH SPEED INTERNET ACCESS STUDIED FOR RURAL AREAS
04-08-2004 GUARD GLAD TO BE HOME
04-08-2004 MEZZATESTA'S "PENSION BILL" IS VETOED - Hampshire Gives Delegate Vote Of Support
04-07-2004 COMMISSION SEEKS GRANT FUNDS FOR ELEVATOR - Architect Hired For Courthouse Improvement Grants
04-07-2004 LITERARY AND POETRY READINGS AT GSC
04-06-2004 LIGHTS GO DOWN IN LAST RITCHIE GARMENT FACTORY
04-06-2004 NORMANTOWN-STUMPTOWN WATER PROJECT STILL SHORT
04-06-2004 THREE CALHOUN WOMEN VIE FOR MISS WEST VIRGINIA
04-06-2004 BACK FORK-YELLOW CREEK $837,000 WATER EXTENSION STARTS - $4 Million Water Project For Southern Calhoun
04-06-2004 SCHOOL BOARD HAS EFFECTIVENESS MEETING
04-06-2004 NEW MINNORA SENIOR CENTER HAS STUMBLING BLOCKS - Jordan Says Minnora Center Not Informed
04-05-2004 CRESTON NEWS
04-05-2004 COMMISSION WILL REVIEW 911 PROGRESS
04-03-2004 MANCHIN LEADS IN POLLS - Undecided Voters Still Undecided
04-02-2004 GRANTSVILLE HAD 1200 RESIDENTS IN 1929
04-02-2004 MEZZATESTA FACING SECOND ETHICS CHARGE
04-02-2004 WEIRTON STEEL RETIREES "ON THEIR OWN"
04-01-2004 SPENCER RIDING HIGH WITH $250,000 IN GRANTS
04-01-2004 GORGE BRIDGE WILL BE ON WV QUARTER
04-01-2004 PROMISE SCHOLARSHIP NUMBERS DOWN - Requirements Increased
04-01-2004 LARRY HARLESS PULLED FROM OHIO RIVER - Jackson County Activist Protested Economic Development Funding
03-31-2004 STUDENTS LEARN ABOUT BLOOD TESTING
03-31-2004 ENTIRE SUMMERSVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT RESIGN - Budget Cuts Cause Dispute
03-31-2004 STATE TRYING TO COLLECT COMPENSATION MONEY FROM COAL COMPANIES
03-31-2004 ARRESTS MADE IN STATE POLICE SIGN THEFT - Eighteen-Year-Old Spencer Man Charged
03-30-2004 GASOLINE PRICE REACHING ALL-TIME HIGH - Reduction Not Expected Soon
03-30-2004 BARBARA SHOCK WINS POETRY HONORS - Marshall's SCORES Competition
03-30-2004 BIG MUSKIE CAUGHT IN HUGHES RIVER
03-30-2004 CALHOUN HIGH'S HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - 2nd Grading Period Spring Term
03-30-2004 ENON BAPTIST CHURCH HONOR HARRIS AND BATTEN
03-30-2004 CLAY STUDENTS BEING USED FOR CAMPAIGNING - Sirk Files Complaint With Charleston, Matches List Slate Of Candidates
03-30-2004 MEZZATESTA DOUBLE DIPPING TAXPAYERS - Hampshire Delegate Has High Travel Bill
03-30-2004 TRUCK LANDS IN CREEK BED NEAR HUR
03-29-2004 EARLY VOTING RULES ISSUED BY CLERK
03-29-2004 CRESTON NEWS
03-29-2004 CALHOUN COUNTY BUDGET FOR 2004-05 - Among Smallest Operating Budgets In State
03-29-2004 EMERGENCY SERVICES RESPOND TO SUNDAY CALLS
03-28-2004 PROTESTERS LEAVE MESSAGE AT JACKSON'S CALHOUN RALLY - Candidate's Supporters Lash Out
03-28-2004 APPRECIATION DINNER GIVEN FOR SSGT. PARSONS - "West Virginians Should Be Proud"
03-28-2004 CICADAS WILL MISS OUR REGION THIS YEAR - Take A Breath Of Relief
03-27-2004 SCHOOL COOKS RECEIVE RECOGNITION
03-27-2004 YOUNG WRITER'S STORIES PUBLISHED - Calhoun Young Writers Competition
03-26-2004 GRANTSVILLE PRO HARDWARE STILL IN BUSINESS
03-26-2004 CHS ART CLASS CREATES FACE MASKS
03-26-2004 WEST VIRGINIA'S BUDGET IS SHAKY - Deficits Projected Next Year
03-26-2004 E-911 MOVING AHEAD - Field Collectors Coming To County
03-26-2004 CANDIDATE JACKSON WILL VISIT CALHOUN - Negative Campaign On Horizon
03-26-2004 UNION CHALLENGES DOMINION OVER HIGH SALARIES - Corporate Executive Getting $7.2 Million
03-26-2004 COMPENSATION PACKAGES, OVER-BILLING, AND MISUSE OF FUNDS - Report Will Issued On Graham's Empire
03-25-2004 HELLO CLASS OF 1985 - Looking For Classmates
03-25-2004 HERE COMES SUDDEN OAK DEATH
03-25-2004 THE WHITTAKER REPORT - Men Arrested For Stealing Jack's Money, Two More Women File Suits
03-25-2004 CLAY MAN CHARGED IN METH CASE IS DEAD - Butcher Reportedly Overdoses
03-25-2004 LOCAL RADIO FADING FAST - Clear Channel Moving West Virginia's Historic WWVA
03-25-2004 PUBLIC AGENCY HEADS RAKING IN ALMOST $500,000 - Politicians Shocked, Calhoun's Senior Services "Excellent"
03-24-2004 NO INJURIES IN MINNORA FENDER BENDER
03-24-2004 LEMUEL'S RUN BRIDGE COMPLETED - Was Among County's Worst Bridges
03-24-2004 "OPEN BOOK" TRAINING AT ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL - Improving Academics
03-24-2004 COUNTY APPROVES 2004-05 BUDGET - 911 Architect Hired, 99-Year Lease Signed, Election Officials Approved
03-24-2004 "PERSON OF INTEREST" IN KANAWHA SNIPER CASE SURFACES AGAIN
03-23-2004 COMMISSION WILL APPROVE 911 PROPERTY LEASE - Architect Will Be Hired For 911 Building, County Budget Will Be Approved
03-23-2004 WEST VIRGINIA KNIFE AND GUN CLUB - Screwdrivered, Brotherly Love, Kids Just Wanna Have Fun, Frog Creech Murdered
03-23-2004 "IT'S ALL RELATIVE IN WEST VIRGINIA" - T-Shirt Logo Offends Governor
03-22-2004 NIGHT HUNTING FOR COYOTES APPROVED - Get Your Amber Light And A .22 Rifle
03-22-2004 SNOW WAS FLYING IN PICKENS - Maple Syrup Festival Draws Visitors
03-22-2004 PUBLIC COMMENT MEETING OVER HUNTING REGULATIONS - DNR Meeting Tuesday In Spencer
03-22-2004 CRESTON NEWS
03-22-2004 SEN. BOWMAN IN HOT WATER OVER SALARIES - Mental Health Director Earns $400,000
03-21-2004 IS DUPONT GUILTY OF "TOXIC SLUDGE?" - Case Kicked Back To Supreme Court, DuPont Wants Memos Sealed
03-21-2004 SMALL BUSINESS INCOME TAX SEMINAR - Grantsville March 23rd
03-21-2004 SPRING FLING DECLARED SUCCESS - West Fork Riding Club Event
03-20-2004 EMERGENCY SERVICES ANSWER SATURDAY AM CALLS
03-20-2004 GASOLINE PRICES SOARING HIGHER THAN LAST SUMMER
03-20-2004 SHOCKED AND AWED - One Year Since Iraqi War Began
03-20-2004 MORE INFAMOUS WEST VIRGINIA ROBBERS
03-19-2004 LITERACY COUNCIL WILL TRAIN TUTORS - Volunteers Needed For Program
03-19-2004 GLENVILLE STATE INAUGURAL - Dr. Robert Freeman Will Become 22nd President
03-19-2004 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES CALENDAR REVISIONS - Discuss Board Evaluation, Middle School Playground
03-18-2004 SENTENCE GIVEN FOR CRIME SPREE - B & E Cain's Vet Clinic
03-18-2004 NINETY-ONE MILE BLUE-GRAY HIGHWAY COULD COST $1 BILLION - Road Would Cross Six Counties
03-18-2004 NEW $100 MILLION BRIDGE WILL SPAN OHIO RIVER - Parkersburg Arch Will Cross Blennerhassett Island
03-18-2004 WEATHER ALERT
03-17-2004 FUNDING SOUGHT FOR GRANTSVILLE TOWN HALL - Development Dollars Needed
03-17-2004 JEFFERSON SHERIFF SAYS "LAWMAKERS OUT OF TOUCH WITH REALTY" - ATV Free-For-All
03-16-2004 JACKSON'S BOND REDUCED BY JUDGE NIBERT - Held After Assault And Malicious Wounding
03-16-2004 CRESTON NEWS
03-16-2004 CALHOUN STUDENTS UNINJURED IN SCHOOL BUS ACCIDENT
03-16-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL RECEIVES "RISE & SHINE" AWARD
03-16-2004 SCHOOL BOARD APPROVES 99-YEAR LEASE FOR 911 CENTER
03-16-2004 COUNTY-WIDE YOUNG WRITERS RECOGNIZED
03-16-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL YOUNG WRITER WINNERS
03-16-2004 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE KERRY IN CHARLESTON TODAY
03-14-2004 "GOD, GUNS AND GAYS" TALK BURIES MAJOR PROBLEMS - Mason Rally Challenges Voters
03-14-2004 SCHOOL BOARD WILL ADDRESS CALENDAR CHANGES - Lease For 911 Building
03-14-2004 MICE CAN ROAR" WITH MAJOR PRESCRIPTION DRUG LEGISLATION - Legislature Passes "Bold" Bill
03-14-2004 MONARCH RUBBER PART OF GLOBAL OPERATION - Spencer Rubber Company Deal Completed
03-13-2004 CODE RED CALLED AT SPENCER MIDDLE SCHOOL - Nothing Harmful Found
03-13-2004 WEASE YOUTH FOUND 40 MILES FROM HOME - Family Expresses Thanks, "He's A Great Kid"
03-13-2004 COMMISSIONERS CANVASS LEVY BALLOTS
03-12-2004 GRANTSVILLE CURTAILS TRASH PICK-UP - Stevens Appointed To Council, Funds Raised Locally For New Town Hall
03-12-2004 SCAT-RAZE NEWS
03-12-2004 WEASE YOUTH RETURNED TO HIS FATHER - Missing 13-Year-Old Found
03-12-2004 "LOCUSTS" WILL RETURN TO PARTS OF STATE - Officially Known As Cicadas
03-11-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
03-11-2004 HIGH SPEED CHASE ENDS IN CREEK
03-11-2004 YELLOW CREEK AND BARNES RUN WILL BE RE-PAVED - Slips Will Be Repaired
03-11-2004 STUDENTS "ACT OUT" HAMLET AT CALHOUN HIGH - Earning Dual Credit
03-11-2004 WV PEAKING WITH AGING POPULATION - School Age Kids Declining
03-11-2004 SEARCH IS ON FOR MISSING 13-YEAR-OLD - Zach Wease Has Disappeared
03-11-2004 SEARCH CONTINUES FOR WEASE YOUTH - Police Following Leads, Public Asked For Information
03-11-2004 JACK, ONE MORE THIS WEEK - Crooks Take $85,000 From His Scott Depot Home
03-10-2004 POOR JACK'S BACK - $315 Mil Lottery Winner Facing Civil Suit
03-10-2004 WISE SIGNS NEW ROAD RULES FOR ATVS - Controversy Abounds
03-10-2004 PLEASANT HILL SCHOOL ANNOUNCES WINNERS - Young Writers Contest
03-09-2004 CALHOUN GIRLS WILL SING WITH ALL-STATE CHOIR
03-09-2004 DRUG WARS: PEOPLE VS. DRUG COMPANIES - Retail Pharmacies Caught Between
03-09-2004 CALHOUN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES - February, 2004
03-09-2004 CRESTON NEWS
03-09-2004 YOUTH CRASHES AFTER POLICE CHASE ACROSS CALHOUN - Car Sinks In Spencer's Spring Creek
03-09-2004 JACKSON SENT TO JAIL AFTER CHLOE DISPUTE - Incident Described As "Dangerous Situation"
03-09-2004 LEGISLATURE FACING STATE'S FINANCIAL CRUNCH
03-09-2004 YOUTHFUL DRIVER CHARGED AFTER LONG POLICE CHASE - Stolen Vehicle Crashes In Creek
03-08-2004 BEWARE: SCAMS, IDENTITY THEFT, VIRUSES AND STRANGE STUFF ON THE NET - Gainer Gives Advice To Herald Readers
03-08-2004 THE LIGHTS TURNING DOWN IN JACKSON COUNTY? - Aluminum Plants Could Close, 1,700 Job Loss
03-08-2004 GSC'S ROBERT F. KIDD LIBRARY GOES WIRELESS - Baker Says System Offers Flexibility
03-07-2004 VOTERS APPROVE EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY - Nearly 84% For Measure, Low Voter Turnout
03-07-2004 JO ANN STEVENS APPOINTED TO GRANTSVILLE COUNCIL
03-05-2004 EMERGENCY SERVICES ELECTION TOMORROW - Polls Open At 6:30 AM, Frequently Asked Questions
03-05-2004 CHS HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - 5th Grading Period, Spring Term
03-05-2004 STUDENTS STUDY "REEBOPS" TO LEARN GENETICS
03-05-2004 WINNERS CHOSEN AT SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR - Nine Categories Displayed
03-05-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL RECOGNIZES YOUNG WRITERS - Teachers Creating Web Pages, Help Selecting A Book
03-05-2004 ROANE CYCLIST INJURED ON VANDALE FORK - HealthNet Flying Victim To CAMC
03-05-2004 "LORD, RELIEVE US FROM THOSE THAT SEEK TO HELP US" - Prescription Drug Relief Becomes A Placebo
03-04-2004 HUR HERALD SHINING STAR AWARD
03-04-2004 SAMPSON ARRESTED FOR MALICIOUS WOUNDING - Wife Is Hospitalized
03-04-2004 METHENEY GIVEN "GOLDEN BROOM AWARD" - Recognized By Arnoldsburg School
03-04-2004 RETIRED STEELWORKERS HAVE LOST THEIR BENEFITS - Rust Belt Gets Rustier
03-04-2004 JOBLESSNESS INCREASES IN ALL WV COUNTIES
03-03-2004 911 PROJECT WILL GET BACK ON TRACK - Commission Reviews Grants, Minnora Center Will Sell Old Equipment
03-03-2004 LINN MAN ARRESTED FOR MURDER - Skeleton Found Near Gilmer Line
03-03-2004 THE DUST HAS SETTLED - Morris' Win Battle Over Convenience Store
03-03-2004 NEW RULES FOR ATVS - Some Safety Measures Approved
03-03-2004 CMHS LIBRARIAN PRESENTED BOOK - In Memory Of Vonda Gunn
03-03-2004 KITES AND CROCUS - Spring Is In The Air
03-02-2004 TWO INJURED AFTER TRUCK STRIKES TREE - Little White Oak Accident
03-02-2004 CRESTON NEWS
03-02-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL REPORTS OUTSTANDING ACCOMPLISHMENTS
03-02-2004 UNEMPLOYMENT RISES IN WEST VIRGINIA
03-02-2004 DIESEL FUEL SPILLS INTO LITTLE KANAWHA RIVER
03-02-2004 HEADSTART PARTICIPATES IN CHILDREN'S ORAL HEALTH MONTH - Calhoun Dental-Medical Clinic Has Program
03-02-2004 ENGELKE 'HANGING IT UP" - He Says So Long, But Not Without His Opinions
03-02-2004 SCHOOL BOARD HEARS ABOUT ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL - Personnel Decisions, Expulsion Hearing
03-01-2004 SOCIAL STUDIES FAIR AT CM/HS - Public Welcome To Wednesday
03-01-2004 COMMISSION WILL REVIEW GRANTS - Discuss 911 Building Property, Bids
03-01-2004 BRUSH FIRES SPRING UP - Fire Season Begins
03-01-2004 COMMUNITY INPUT SOUGHT FOR GRANT - 21st Century Learning Centers
03-01-2004 SPRING BREAK IS STILL ON - School Calendar Changed
03-01-2004 EIGHTH GRADERS PARTICIPATE IN YOUTH GOVERNMENT SEMINAR
02-29-2004 MT. ZION SLIP ON ROUTE 16 REPAIRED
02-29-2004 VERIZON PROVIDES FUNDS FOR GED TEST
02-29-2004 MUSIC-FEST AT GRANTSVILLE'S SENIOR CENTER
02-29-2004 KEN HECHLER VISITS CALHOUN - Seeking Secretary Of State Slot
02-29-2004 THIEVES TAKE SAFE FROM MILLSTONE RESIDENCE - State Police Say "There Are Suspects"
02-28-2004 INSURANCE COMPANIES COULD DROP COVERAGE WITH "NO-CAUSE" - Endorsed By Senate Judiciary
02-28-2004 CUB SCOUT BLUE AND GOLD BANQUET HELD - Scouts Recognized For Their Work
02-28-2004 A NIGHT WITH FRIENDS - Willard Jones Slaps 86, Sings "Blue Eyes" One More
02-27-2004 WANT TO LEARN COMPUTERS - Now's Your Chance, Free
02-27-2004 WHEN TOUGH TIMES COME, DO SALARIES GO UP? - The Answer Could Be Yes, If You're Using Taxpayer Money
02-27-2004 REMAINS FOUND ON LEWIS-GILMER BORDER - Identity Being Sought
02-27-2004 MOUNTAIN STATE SHOOTIN' AND STABBIN' REPORT - "Nice" Man Shot, Mall Worker Dies On Food Court, Do-Gooder Dies, Homeless Man Beaten, Neighbor Killed
02-26-2004 CALHOUN TO HOLD SENIOR NIGHT - Thanks For The Memories...
02-26-2004 COUNTY HAS 4-H POSTER CONTEST - Winners Announced
02-26-2004 LOGGERS FOLLOWING GOOD PRACTICES - Report Issued After Freedom Of Information Request
02-26-2004 BUTCHER RECEIVES TOP EDUCATOR AWARD
02-25-2004 STUTLER PLEADS TO SECOND DEGREE ATTEMPTED MURDER - Little Creek Resident Will Return For Sentencing. Nibert Hears Other Cases
02-25-2004 FRNews - Lights On! Ends In May, New Grant Being Sought
02-25-2004 WEST VIRGINIA TOP SUPPLIER OF WEAPONS USED IN CRIMES - Purchasers Uses Gun Show Loophole
02-24-2004 WEST VIRGINIA HAS DUG A VERY DEEP HOLE - Better Read This One
02-24-2004 JUDGE NIBERT HAS SEVERAL CASES ON DOCKET
02-24-2004 STATE SCHOOL HEAD'S SALARY WOULD BE THIRD HIGHEST IN U.S. - House Votes To Increase Salary
02-24-2004 PEER MEDIATION TRAINING AT ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL - Students Learn Conflict Resolution
02-24-2004 CRESTON NEWS
02-24-2004 ARNOLDSBURG LIGHTS ON! HAS NEW OFFERINGS
02-24-2004 WEST VIRGINIA VENISON NOT ON RESTAURANT MENUS
02-23-2004 AUTHORITIES INVESTIGATING SPENCER FIRE - Apartments Destroyed In Early Morning Blaze
02-23-2004 I-79 SCHEDULED TO OPEN - Sunday HazMat Wreck Closes 20-Mile Stretch
02-22-2004 FIRE STRIKES OLD HARRIS OIL BUILDING IN SPENCER - Spencer-Roane VFD Responds At 2:30 AM
02-22-2004 "WE MUST PRESERVE OUR SMALL SCHOOLS" - Manchin Speaks Out
02-22-2004 MOUTH OF THE ELK: WEST VIRGINIA'S PRESCRIPTION DRUG WAR - Lobbyists Likened To Terrorists
02-22-2004 WVU'S RENAISSANCE MAN JOE GLUCK HAS DIED
02-22-2004 WIRT'S ROSE HILL CHURCH REMEMBERED
02-22-2004 I-79 CLOSED BECAUSE OF HAZMAT SPILL
02-22-2004 MOUNTAIN STATE SHOOTIN' AND STABBIN' REPORT - Mums The Word In Cyclist's Murder, Jefferson Woman's Throat Slashed, $1.8 Mil Awarded Family After Police Shooting, Brother Killed Stealing Welfare Card
02-21-2004 EXPLORE TEST RESULTS GIVEN CALHOUN STUDENTS
02-21-2004 THE BIG 5-0 STRIKES COUNTY CLERK KIRBY - "Is Not All That Bad"
02-21-2004 STATE SUPER'S SALARY BEING RAISED TO $200,000 - Dr. Stewart Will Not Resign
02-20-2004 BIDS COULD BE LET ON NEW 911 BUILDING - School Board Donating Lot At Mt. Zion
02-20-2004 CONSOLIDATION COMMISSION CREATED BY GOV. WISE - Charleston Claims Consolidation Saves Money, No Members From Small Counties
02-20-2004 BRIANA BLANKENSHIP RECEIVES HIGH RECOGNITION - Parkersburg Music Festival
02-19-2004 KEY ENERGY WILL NOT CONFIRM MOVE - Impact On Employees Remains Speculation
02-19-2004 SUNDAY HUNTING BAN IN COURT - ACLU Says Individual And Property Rights Violated
02-19-2004 SCHOOL BOARD HAS MONDAY MEETING - Reduction In Force, Expulsion Among Items
02-19-2004 FIVE ARRESTED IN ROANE METH LAB DISCOVERY
02-18-2004 MUSICAL ROOTS RUN DEEP - Vaughan Accepted By Performing Arts School
02-18-2004 GLENVILLE STATE STUDENTS INTERN IN CALHOUN
02-18-2004 COMMISSION LOOKING AT OFFENDER'S WORK PROGRAM - Non-Violent Individuals Would Do Community Service
02-18-2004 SENATE COMMITTEE ADOPTS INDUSTRY-BACKED STANDARDS - Affects State Waters And Trout Streams
02-18-2004 MINNORA CENTER HOLDS MEETING - A Report On Progress
02-17-2004 STATE REPUBLICAN CHAIR CALLS BYRD "Old, Out Of Touch Man"
02-17-2004 SCHOOL EMPLOYEES LOSE JOBS - Annual "RIF" Linked To Losing Pupils
02-17-2004 STUMP HOTEL WORK PROGRESSING
02-17-2004 SPRING CREEK TOFU GETS MAJOR AWARD - Local Product Known All Over America
02-17-2004 CALHOUN RECEIVES MAJOR READING GRANT - "This Will Surely Help Us..." Cartwright Says
02-17-2004 SCHOOL BOARD EXPELS STUDENT OVER DRUGS - Questions Asked Regarding Testing Of Personnel
02-16-2004 SCHOOL BOARD WILL APPROVE REDUCTIONS - Process Expulsion Case
02-16-2004 "OFFICER KAHN" WILL SERVE CALHOUN COUNTY - Ballengee's Police Dog Will Become Department Member
02-16-2004 KEY ENERGY LEAVING ARNOLDSBURG - Most Employees Will Retain Jobs, Some Workers Will "Have To Quit"
02-16-2004 CRESTON NEWS
02-15-2004 THREE SENT TO HOSPITAL AFTER ROLL-OVER
02-15-2004 MEMORABLE ICE DISASTER HIT ONE YEAR AGO - A Winter Storm With A Bonus
02-14-2004 21ST CENTURY GRANT BEING SOUGHT - Calhoun Schools Applying
02-14-2004 SCHOOL BOARD WILL AX TEN EMPLOYEES - The Annual RIF Happens Monday
02-13-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL NEWS
02-13-2004 "STREET" PROBLEMS COME TO PUBLIC SCHOOL
02-13-2004 WV HOUSING FUND RATES LOWEST EVER
02-13-2004 WEIGHT LIMITS BEING INCREASED ON MOST STATE ROADS
02-11-2004 STATE SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT RESIGNS - Stewart Stepping Down
02-11-2004 REGIONAL JAIL BILL GOING UP AGAIN - Financial Strain For Many Counties
02-11-2004 BIRD FEEDER GIVEN TO MHHCC LONG TERM CARE
02-11-2004 DOMINION HOPE WANTS 27% PERMANENT INCREASE
02-11-2004 CALHOUN WOMAN HELD HOSTAGE - Clay Man Charged With Kidnapping And Assault
02-10-2004 DUSKEY NAMED LITERACY COORDINATOR - Need To Get Message To People Who Need It
02-10-2004 POLICE HAVE BUSY MONDAY EVENING - Auto Strikes Hillside South Of Grantsville
02-10-2004 PARSONS WILL LEAD STATE POLICE'S INTERNAL UNIT - Officer's Brutality Charges Created Professional Standards
02-10-2004 COUNTIES COULD GET POWER OVER FLOOD PLAINS
02-09-2004 ALTERNATIVE PATHS TO WELLNESS - Stress Management
02-09-2004 CRESTON NEWS
02-08-2004 INFAMOUS WEST VIRGINIA CROOKS - Stumbling And Bumbling
02-08-2004 GOURMET CRITTER AND GREAT COUNTRY FOOD - Bear Fork's "Critter Dinner" 2004
02-08-2004 WISE TRYING TO SAVE ALUMINUM PLANT
02-07-2004 AUTO SUBMERGES ALONG WEST FORK
02-07-2004 STATE KIDS WILL GET MORE INSURANCE HELP
02-07-2004 LK WATER PEAKS AT GRANTSVILLE - Glenville Slightly Above Flood Stage
02-07-2004 THOUSANDS WITHOUT POWER - Ice Storm Strikes Eastern Counties
02-06-2004 FIRE GUTS MOBILE HOME NEAR RUSSETT
02-06-2004 SCHOOL CHIEF SAYS STUDY HAS "FUNNY MATH" - Challenge WV Says: "We Used Their Numbers," School Head May Get $61,000 Raise
02-06-2004 ATV BILL BEING "LOVED TO DEATH"
02-06-2004 MOST WV FARMS ARE FAMILY OWNED - 228 Break Half-Million In Sales
02-06-2004 CALHOUN MARRIAGES & DIVORCES - January 2004
02-06-2004 MARION IS A PIECE OF GOOD WORK - Hur Citizen Facing Another Health Crisis
02-06-2004 WVU SECURITY OFFICERS AWARDED $900,000 - Allegedly Squealed Over Crime Cover-up
02-06-2004 LEGISLATURE PUTTING TEETH IN FLOOD PLAIN ENFORCEMENT? - FEMA Ordinance Already Has Broad Power, How Will Calhoun Be Affected
02-06-2004 NEW YORK CITY CONDEMS PATROIT ACT
02-05-2004 MC KOWN FILES AGAINST STEMPLE IN HOUSE RACE - Three County Officials Unopposed
02-05-2004 PROJECT MOVE CONTEST WINNERS ANNOUNCED - Elementary Students Study Martin Luther King, Jr.
02-05-2004 SPENCER MAN CHARGED WITH MURDER
02-05-2004 SENATE PASSES BILL TO PROTECT STATE'S WATER
02-04-2004 JURY FINDS ORMA MAN GUILTY - Sentencing February 17
02-04-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
02-04-2004 FOUR CHS STUDENTS SELECTED - "Know Your State Government Day"
02-04-2004 CALHOUN HIGH'S HONOR AND ACHIEVEMENT ROLL - 4th Grading Period - Fall Term
02-04-2004 ABANDONED MINE PROBLEMS INCREASE - Companies Avoided Reclamation
02-04-2004 FORMER GLENVILLE POLICEMEN RETURNS TO GILMER FOR SENTENCING
02-04-2004 LITTLE KANAWHA LONGBEARDS - Local NWTF Chapter Does Well
02-04-2004 INFAMOUS WEST VIRGINIA BANK ROBBERIES - Stumbling And Bumbling
02-04-2004 TWENTY-ONE MEN ARRESTED AT COCK FIGHT
02-03-2004 CRESTON NEWS
02-03-2004 COURTHOUSE IMPROVEMENT GRANTS SOUGHT - Emergency Services Election Planned
02-03-2004 MRS. RANDY SCHOONOVER RUNNING FOR HOUSE OF DELEGATES
02-03-2004 PATROLMAN KENDALL FOUND INNOCENT ON EIGHT COUNTS - Guilty On Brandishing, Felony Burglary, Wanton Endangerment
02-03-2004 RUSH SENT TO ANTHONY CENTER - Violated Probationary Agreement
02-03-2004 MAZE RESUMES RECORDER'S JOB - Councilman Resigns
02-03-2004 SAND FORK YOUTH PERISHES IN HOUSE FIRE - "Full Scale Investigation"
02-02-2004 JENKINS SAYS "I'M ADDICTED TO THE LAW" - Wants Candidacy Reported In Favorable Light
02-02-2004 KAISER RETIREES COULD HAVE BENEFITS REDUCED - Ormet Chemical Declares Bankruptcy
02-02-2004 BAILEY ISSUES PLEA FOR MINNORA CENTER - "Together We Can Make It Work"
02-02-2004 POWER FAILURE IN GRANTSVILLE - Power Transformer Blows
02-01-2004 CHECKING THE HERALD'S PREDICTIONS FOR 2003 - What Foresight!
02-01-2004 AMERICAN SOLDIER TREATS ANIMALS IN AFGHANISTAN
02-01-2004 COUNT 'EM - 15 Have Filed For The Governors Race
01-31-2004 HOLBERT JOINS RACE FOR SHERIFF - Mullins Files For Magistrate, Dale For Board
01-31-2004 COMMISSION HAS FIRST TAX MEETING - Nettles Presents Assessments For Review
01-30-2004 JENKINS SETTLES ON MAGISTRATE'S RACE - Effort To Run For Governor Abandoned,"Icky" Files For Head Post
01-30-2004 BALLENGEE BACK ON JOB - Suffered Eye Injury Last Weekend
01-30-2004 ACCIDENT SENDS DRIVER TO HOSPITAL - Minor Injuries Reported
01-30-2004 GILMER WATER PROJECT SHORT ON CUSTOMERS - $2.9 Mil Extension Would Serve Normantown-Stumptown
01-30-2004 STATE SEIZES MCDOWELL COUNTY SCHOOL PROPERTY
01-30-2004 GUV CANDIDATE ARRESTED FOR THREATENING CUSTOMER WITH STEAK KNIFE
01-29-2004 JARVIS FILES FOR COMMISSION - Deadline Saturday
01-29-2004 ARNOLDSBURG SCHOOL RECOGNIZES SCHOLARS - Perfect Attendance
01-29-2004 CALHOUN BANKS WILL BUILD NEW GLENVILLE FACILITY
01-29-2004 INVESTIGATION CONTINUES IN SPENCER SHOOTING
01-29-2004 INDICTMENT IN SPENCER BRAWL - Roane Grand Jury Indicts 15
01-29-2004 JOHN RICHARDS EXTRADITION TO OHIO POSTPONED, AGAIN
01-28-2004 FRNews - Workforce Report, Officers Elected
01-28-2004 DUSKEY FILES FOR ASSESSOR, MC CROSKEY FOR SHERIFF - Sandra McCumbers Fourth To File For School Board
01-28-2004 ELKEM PENSION PLAN GOING DOWN THE TUBE? - Former Union Carbide Operation
01-27-2004 CRESTON NEWS
01-27-2004 ATV LEGISLATION ON WRONG ROAD? - West Virginia Environmental Council
01-27-2004 LARRY BAKER FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD
01-26-2004 BIDS OPEN FOR NEW 911 BUILDING - School Board Will Lease Site
01-26-2004 DEPUTY BALLENGEE RELEASED AFTER ACCIDENT - Icy Roads Present Hazard
01-26-2004 POSTALWAIT FILES FOR ROANE PROSECUTOR
01-26-2004 BUSH CHANGES MOUNTAINTOP REMOVAL RULES - Water Rules Now Allow Stream Dumping
01-26-2004 LONG BUS RIDE BILL BEFORE LEGISLATURE - Would Slow Consolidation, Blankenship Says Ride Times Are Guidelines
01-25-2004 LIGHTS ON! HIGHLIGHTS - Fitness, ACT Class, Yoga And Big Celebration
01-25-2004 CALHOUN KIDS HAVE READING PROBLEMS - 44 West Virginia Counties Fail No Child Left Behind
01-25-2004 CHARLESTON'S MURDER AND MAYHEM - Safety At Risk After Dark
01-25-2004 WEATHER PICTURE OF THE DAY - "Here Birdie, Birdie"
01-25-2004 MURDERED WOMAN'S FUNERAL MONDAY - Patricia Kelley Shot Near Spencer
01-24-2004 SIMERS FILES FOR SCHOOL BOARD - Deadline For Elected Officials Next Saturday
01-24-2004 SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION BRANDED FAILURE - Study Says No Money Saved, Test Scores Stagnant
01-24-2004 CRESTON NEWS
01-24-2004 SCHOOL BOARD HEARS IMPROVEMENT PLAN - Expels Student For Drug Use
01-24-2004 EARLY VOTING ON EMERGENCY SERVICES LEVY - Absentee Guidelines Given By Kirby
01-24-2004 ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL WANTS 23% RATE INCREASE
01-24-2004 SPENCER'S LONGTIME VA OFFICE CLOSING - Will Affect Calhoun, Gilmer, Roane, Wirt And Jackson
01-24-2004 BRAXTON SISTERS DIE AFTER EXPLOSION AND FIRE
01-24-2004 MOUTH OF THE ELK - ATVs, Drugs, DUI And Muscling County School System
01-24-2004 JUDGE REDUCES SPILL FINE 90% - Biggest Spill In East, Tug And Big Sandy
01-24-2004 CALHOUN MAN ARRESTED IN NIGHTCLUB FRACAS - Three Injured At Spencer's Malibu
01-24-2004 WOOD FESTIVAL PLANNING BEGINS
01-24-2004 HERALD IS PLAYING CATCH-UP THIS WEEKEND
01-24-2004 SPENCER WOMAN SHOT IN DOMESTIC DISPUTE - Suspect's Arrest Is Pending
01-19-2004 BUGS AND DISEASES KILLING HALF OF WV'S FORESTS
01-19-2004 NO WOMAN SHOULD DIE OF CERVICAL CANCER
01-18-2004 TWO AUTOS COLLIDE AT MT. ZION - No Injuries Reported
01-17-2004 EMPLOYMENT STATS ARE "HAPPY NUMBERS" - Marshall U Economist Says "Misleading"
01-16-2004 ACCIDENT VICTIM JUMPED BOND IN OHIO - Extradition Will Likely Be Sought
01-16-2004 JUDGE NIBERT ARRAIGNS SIX
01-16-2004 BUNDLE UP! - Allegheny's Natural Gas Prices Hiking Again
01-16-2004 GOV. WISE SPEAKS OUT FOR SMALL SCHOOLS - Proposed Bill Would Limit Long Bus Rides
01-16-2004 INFAMOUS WEST VIRGINIA BANK ROBBERS - Add This Guy To The List
01-16-2004 WV RESIDENTS UTILITY BILLS UP 16%
01-16-2004 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS REPORT RISKY BEHAVIORS
01-15-2004 COMMISSION OBTAINS $170,000 GRANT FOR MHHCC - New Electrical Generation System Will Provide Back-Up
01-15-2004 SIX WILL BE ARRAIGNED BEFORE JUDGE NIBERT
01-15-2004 COTTRILL SUSTAINS SERIOUS INJURIES - Listed In Fair Condition
01-15-2004 SHINING STAR GOES TO "HELPING HANDS" LESTER KING
01-15-2004 GOVERNMENT LOBBYING GOVERNMENT - State Board Of Education Wants $75,000 Lobbyist
01-14-2004 CAPITO FILES FOR CONGRESS - Democrat Swint Her Opposition
01-14-2004 MINNORA CENTER COULD BE FACING CLOSURE - "This Facility Has Much To Offer
01-14-2004 RITCHIE GIVES VISION FOR SENIOR SERVICES - New West Fork Center Is Coming
01-14-2004 WATER USE BILL BEING SHOT DOWN - Claiming Water For West Virginia Citizens "Pie In The Sky"
01-14-2004 DRIVER TRAPPED IN EARLY MORNING AUTO CRASH - Cottrill Airlifted To Charleston
01-14-2004 GASOLINE GOING UP, UP, UP
01-13-2004 TEN CANDIDATES FILE FOR COUNTY OFFICES
01-13-2004 DEPUTY BALLENGEE PROMOTES GUN SAFETY - Free Gun Locks At Sheriff's Office
01-13-2004 EIGHTH TRY FOR ATV SAFETY - This Year's Bill May Be "Loved To Death"
01-13-2004 DUPONT SHIFTING "CENTER OF GRAVITY" TO OVERSEAS MARKET - "Giant Sucking Sound" From Asia And Latin American
01-12-2004 PUBLIC OFFICE FILING BEGINS - Twelve Candidates Have Pre-Announced
01-12-2004 TODAY'S WEATHER PHOTO - Horses On Nicut Run
01-12-2004 A SHINING STAR GOES TO JUDE BINDER
01-12-2004 CRESTON NEWS
01-10-2004 LADD RE-SENTENCED BY JUDGE EVANS - Conspiracy To Murder Husband
01-10-2004 COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOR MINNORA CENTER LACKING - "It Is Really Disappointing"
01-09-2004 REPORT GIVES WV POOR RATING FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY
01-09-2004 US BUDGET ENDANGERS GLOBAL ECONOMY - International Monetary Fund Report
01-09-2004 CALHOUN MARRIAGES AND DIVORCES - December 2003
01-08-2004 GRAND JURY RETURNS 18 INDICTMENTS - Stutler Charged With Attempted Murder, No Indictment In Groves-Hicks Double Murder
01-08-2004 CRI WILL NOT BE CLOSING COUNTY OFFICE - Budget Cuts Will Be Phased-In
01-08-2004 CALHOUN MAGISTRATES REPORT - Magistrates Robinson And Postalwait
01-08-2004 NIBERT SENTENCES SAND RIDGE MAN - Snyder Case Plea Bargained
01-08-2004 BAD WEATHER REDUCES TURKEY KILL
01-08-2004 WISE SAYS SCHOOL CONSOLIDATION IS OVER - Supports Small Community Schools
01-08-2004 COLD NIGHT PROBLEMS - Hitchhiker Given Some Help, Chimney Catches On Fire
01-07-2004 STATEWIDE VOTER SYSTEM UP AND RUNNING - "It Has Been Huge Feat" Says Kirby
01-07-2004 GRANTSVILLE'S RECORDER RESIGNS - Pleads Guilty To Misdemeanor Charges
01-07-2004 COMMISSION LOOKS TOWARD IMPROVEMENTS
01-07-2004 CALHOUN RANKS POORLY IN WELL-BEING FOR KIDS - Areas Show Improvement
01-06-2004 FLOOD PLAIN ISSUES ON FRONT BURNER - Commissioners Instructed On Floodplain Enforcement, Residents Hear About FEMA "Buy-Outs"
01-06-2004 NO VACATION FROM DIABETES - Significant Health Problem In West Virginia
01-06-2004 SCAT/RAZE ANTI-SMOKING PROGRAMS HELP CALHOUN KIDS
01-06-2004 WIRT COUNTY TITLE HOLDERS COMPETE - State Fairs And Festival Queen
01-06-2004 NEW 911 CENTER MOVING FORWARD - Site, Debt Reduction And Building Plans
01-05-2004 TV CABLE COMPANIES RAISE RATES
01-05-2004 CRESTON NEWS
01-05-2004 GRANTSVILLE LANDMARK GETTING FACE LIFT
01-04-2004 FLOOD PLAIN ENFORCEMENT WILL BE COMMISSION ISSUE - Non-Compliance Could Mean Penalties
01-04-2004 911 CENTER ON COMMISSION AGENDA
01-04-2004 FLOOD PROPERTY OWNERS WANTING BOUGHT OUT? - Public Meeting Monday
01-03-2004 SHAMBLIN CASE NOT UP FOR INDICTMENT - Still Under Investigation Says Prosecutor
01-03-2004 STATE HAS RECORD YEAR FOR FIRE FATALITIES
01-03-2004 LARRY ROBINSON WILL FILE FOR CIRCUIT CLERK - Official Filing Begins January 12
01-03-2004 CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES TUESDAY - Nibert Has Two Day Docket, Fifteen Cases For Grand Jury
01-02-2004 NEW YEAR'S FIRE DAMAGES MOBILE HOME
01-02-2004 GRANTSVILLE GIRL $4,000 LOTTERY WINNER - Three-Year-Old Carissa Leann Yoak Cashes Ticket
01-02-2004 HEAD-ON COLLISION SENDS ONE TO HOSPITAL - New Year's Day Accident
01-02-2004 NEW YEAR'S EVE BABY - Kirsta Davee Dye
01-01-2004 SPENCER PEDESTRIAN DIES AFTER BEING STRUCK - Webb Pushing Shopping Cart
01-01-2004 JOHNNY BLAST ALWAYS WANTED TO WRESTLE - Huge Wrestling Card Friday At Minnora


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