Archive for May, 2014


Eastern Gets 3-D Printer Through Business Partnership

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – In South Africa, a woodworker who lost his fingers in a work-related accident developed a plastic prosthesis using a 3-D printer. When a food manufacturer wanted to get a new product on the […]

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Residents Have One More Chance To Pay Ambulance Fee

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Residents of Hardy County who have not paid the Emergency Ambulance Fee will be given one more chance to pay before the

Moorefield Breezes To State Softball Tournament Berth

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner – The bark of the Lady Bulldogs wasn’t heard over the drone of the Yellow Jackettes flying to their third consecutive Region II Championship

My Unbased Opinion – May 28

By David O. Heishman – Why does the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) need .40 cal. S&W submachine guns with thirty round magazines? We’re not talking “bad”

To the Graduates

This weekend you will step across the threshhold to a whole new experience. You and your classmates are getting jobs, going on to school, getting married or going

Obituaries – May 28

Roy Alan Madill, age 66, of Mathias, W.Va., died April 28, 2014. He was born November 30,


Suspects Sought in Baker Bank Robbery

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – West Virginia State Police responded to a call Wednesday for an armed robbery in progress at the Capon Valley Bank in Baker.

Voters Reject Levy

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Voters in Hardy County rejected a levy that would have paid for emergency ambulance service in the county. When the final votes

Subpoena Against P.O., Examiner Dismissed

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – The Hardy County Prosecuting Attorney last week agreed to dismiss the request for subpoena for information regarding an advertisement published in the

Tribunal Decides Teets And Keplinger Should Remain In Office

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – The three-judge panel appointed to hear the case for the removal of Hardy County Commissioners J. Michael Teets and William “JR” Keplinger have

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