Classifieds – December 10

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR sale by the truckload or pickup load. 304-897-5178. For Sale Apartments APARTMENT HOUSE for sale: 110 Rosemary Lane. (2) 2BR, 1BA apartments, shared laundry room, large porch, excellent condition, comes with extra lot. Easily converted […]

Time Running Out for School Contractors

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner –  “I wish they would just finish one thing,” said East Hardy High School Principal Brad Simmons. “Even if it’s a janitor’s closet, I wish they would just finish one thing.” After two years […]

Donahue Reviews Changes In GWNF Plan

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Commission Meeting Marks Final of A. J. Wade’s Term Katie Donahue, U.S. Forest Service Ranger for the Lee District of the George Washington National Forest, provided the Hardy County Commission with an overview […]

My Unbased Opinion – December 10

By David O. Heishman – I have questions for public school teachers in West Virginia. Do you have any idea of the pervasive apprehension parents of school age children have in sending their offspring off to your care and instruction? […]

More Bad

This is eighth in a series of editorials listing those elected officials, law enforcement personnel and others who are in positions of authority and responsibility and who have perpetrated illegal, immoral or ethically wrong activities on the people of West […]

Obituaries – December 10

Dorothy Walters Barr, age 88, died November 19, 2014. She was born February 21, 1926. Raymond S. Davy, Jr., age 50, of Purgitsville, W.Va., died November 24, 2014. He was born October 18, 1964. David Allen Lewis, age 47, of […]

Classifieds – December 3

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR sale by the truckload or pickup load. 304-897-5178. GRAVELY PRO 300 Riding mower. 60 inch cut, zero turn, with 25HP Kohler engine, recently serviced. $2,200, cash or certified check. 304-267-8360. For Sale Mobile Homes 4 […]

Judy’s Drug Pays $2 Million Fine

Through a combination of civil and criminal actions, the United States Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of West Virginia collected more than $13 million during fiscal year 2014, according to U.S. Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld II. The largest civil […]

Baker Library Remains On Things To Do List

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner –  Efforts to reestablish a branch library in the Baker area have not materialized, but certainly not for lack of trying. This from Hardy County Library Commission President Michael Crites. Crites is responding to […]

My Unbased Opinion – December 3

By David O. Heishman – A crippled crow. Maybe not really crippled, but unkempt looking. Sort of cocked sideways, left wing dragging lightly, neck twisted, right eye looking up, left down, feathers somewhat ruffled. Two other crows nearby looked normal, […]

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