Archive for October, 2013


Moorefield Plants Flag in Hardy Bowl XXXIV

Surprise! There were plenty of unexpected things happening in Baker last Friday. The 34th Annual Hardy Bowl featured a 16-6 Yellow Jackets victory which gave East Hardy its first home loss in 22 games. “All I’m going to say is […]

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New Changes to Examiner’s Advertising Department

You may have noticed a few new faces in the Examiner’s Advertising Department recently. Actually, some of those are “returning” faces. Mike Mallow, a Pendleton County resident, who worked

Petition for Removal of County Commissioners Circulating

Several local businesses in Moorefield have displayed a petition for the removal of County Commissioners J. Michael Teets and William “JR” Keplinger from office. The petition reads as follows: Pursuant


BANNED … New Courthouse Security Measures Restrict Most Electronic Devices

Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Cameras, CD players, cellphones, pagers, laptop computers, flashlights, recording devices, laser pointers, iPads, iPhones, Blackberries. This is not the Christmas Wish List of a

Ambulance Fee Policy Amended For Landlords

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Landlords in Hardy County will not have to pay the ambulance fee on their rental units according to an amendment recently added

My Unbased Opinion – October 23

By David O. Heishman – Muddy. Muddy in Middletown, Virginia. Drizzling and getting muddier by the minute, Friday, October 11th. United States Border Collie Handlers Association’s National Finals Sheepdog

The List Gets Longer

For the third time this year we are printing a number of indictments, guilty pleas and sentencing from people who have been elected or appointed or hired to

Obituaries – October 23

Earl Glenn Combs, age 73, of Wardensville, W.Va., died October 12, 2013. He was born June 10, 1940. Elmer Davis “Pete” Funk, age 71, of Baker, W.Va., died October

Classifieds – October 16

EXAMINER ATTIC FREE ENTERTAINMENT Center. Black with CD Shelf and storage compartments. Great condition--just need the extra space. Must pickup, located in Franklin. 304-668-1004.   FOR SALE Miscellaneous 12-gun cabinet, 2 pieces;

County Ambulance Service Improving

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – While the HCEAA is still in its infancy, ambulance service in the county has improved, according to Office of Emergency Management and

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