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A fatal accident on U.S. Route 220 closed the road in both directions Friday morning. A 2002 Hyundai Elantra was traveling south on U.S. Route 220 on Friday, Oct. 25. Two Kenworth tractor trailers were traveling north on U.S. Route […]
Story & Photos By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner One lesson to be learned is to never take any team for granted even if win less. The Class AA Indians (1-7) secured their
Members of the Hardy County Sheriffs Office and Wardensville Police Department, acting on an anonymous tip, and as the result of a subsequent investigation, did converge on a
On Oct. 17, the Hardy County Drug Task Force, which includes the Hardy County Sheriff’s Office, the Moorefield Police Department and the Wardensville Police Department, ended a long
So your dog is suffering from pain of old age. According to a recent news story, it’s OK to give marijuana to the pup for medical purposes.
Sis gave me a coffee mug. It’s one she’d gotten for herself, decided for some forgotten reason she didn’t want anymore, and asked me if I wanted it.
By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner W. Harley Miller Contractors, Inc. of Romney, will build Moorefield High School. The Hardy County Board of Education voted to award contracts for general
By Jael Cooper Special to Moorefield Examiner If you’ve seen the History Channel show “American Pickers,” you know ‘pickers’ are individuals who typically find and sell antique or vintage items,
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
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