Archive for February, 2013

Group Lobbies for Soccer in Hardy County High Schools

A contingent of soccer supporters appeared before the Hardy County Board of Education to promote soccer as a school sport. Currently, soccer in Hardy County is a private activity. The board met in regular session on Monday, Feb. 18. Members […]

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Cougars Exact Revenge on Tygarts Valley Boys Basketball

East Hardy succumbed to an overtime loss to Tygarts Valley at Mill Creek last time these two squads faced each other, but this time the Cougars tasted revenge. The

Section A 2-27-13 :Broadsheet

Chamber to Honor Businesses and Service at Annual Meeting

By Jean A. Flanagan Envirco, Inc. is 2013 Business of the Year “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of

Section B 2-27-13:Broadsheet

A First! Moorefield Wrestler Places at State Tournament

For the first time in school history, a Yellow Jacket placed at the state wrestling tournament in Huntington. Moorefield freshman Wil Schoonover defied the competition to garner fourth place

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Moorefield Girls’ Basketball Season Comes to a Close

The Lady Wildcats capitalized on turnovers early in the first quarter to take a 14-7 lead. Pendleton County extended its lead to 21-11 at halftime with a ferocious press. The

Obituaries – Feb. 27

Evelyn Lambert Allen, 93, of Severna Park Md., died Feb. 17. Born Dec. 20, 1919 Pearl Alt Breakiron, 74, of Uniontown, Pa., died Feb. 17. Born March 24, 1938 Lucky

My Unbased Opinion – Feb. 27

By David O. Heishman Years ago, back when Leggett’s department store still occupied prime real estate in the middle of Winchester’s main down town drag, my Mom was enjoying

Stereotyping Not Wanted

Late last year there was a news story about the WV Film Office denying tax credits to a company planning an MTV reality series. The show, “Buckwild”, as described, would negatively

Courtesy of Governor Tomblin's Office

Governor Presents Local Teacher Of the Year With New Car and Check

Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, joined by the State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jim Phares, representatives from Toyota Motor Manufacturing West Virginia and Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield West

Milsap Pleads Guilty to Sex Charges

By Jean A. Flanagan –   A Petersburg man charged with multiple counts of sex crimes involving children has pleaded guilty to two counts of sexual abuse in the first

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