Archive for March, 2014

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Baseball and Softball Season Preview Puts the Pieces Together

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner – Moorefield Baseball Moorefield Baseball enters the 2014 campaign with a plan to improve on last season with the right pieces to the puzzle. The Yellow Jackets have seen older players fly away, but now […]

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‘We believe we have shown laws were broken’ – No Decision in Petition to Remove Commissioners

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – The petitioners contended Hardy County Commissioner J. Michael Teets’ ownership of stock in Highland Bankshares, the parent company of Capon Valley Bank,

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Small Wonder … 2-Year-Old Leai is a Fighter

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – By all outward appearances Leai Vanmeter is a happy, energetic 2-year-old. She has an infectious smile, beautiful blonde hair and blue eyes. But

Baker Post Office

Baker Has New Post Office

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Although the United States Postal Service is in the process of closing many rural post offices, the Baker community is happy to

My Unbased Opinion – March 26

By David O. Heishman – Early risers around Moorefield know I walk for a cup of McDonalds coffee three mornings each week except when weather prevents. Bad weather,

A World Gone Crazy?

A school in California demanded that students turn their shirts inside-out so that their American flag images were not visible on Cinco de Mayo. The court ruled that

Obituaries – March 26

Lillian Maxine Delawder High, age 72, of Radcliff, Ky., died March 17, 2014. She was born April 12, 1941. Timothy Bryan “Tim” Kline, age 57, of Wardensville, W.Va., died

Classifieds – March 19

For Sale Miscellaneous IRON RAILING from the Hester building for sale. Call Ivan. 540-226-2276. LIKE NEW five (5) roll-a-way beds. $40.00 each/all for $175.00. 304-538-6153. FISH FOR stocking

House Owners

Historic House Coming Back to Life

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Randy Bailey has the perfect process for restoring an old house. “If you listen to the house it will tell you what to do.” Bailey

Financial Issues Plague Wardensville Town Office

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Calls for the accounting of finances and transparency in actions have grown louder at the Wardensville Council meetings. The council met Monday, March 10. Pastor,

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