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Classifieds – November 19

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR sale by the truckload or pickup load. 304-897-5178. For Sale Houses 3BR, 2.5BA HOME on 2 acres with backyard partially fenced, 2 car attached garage, main floor with master suite, walk-in closet, all appliance stay. […]

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Moorefield Strikes Gold Against Silver Knights

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner –  The No. 9 Yellow Jackets got off to a rough start on the road in Sistersville before scoring 32 unanswered points to defeat No.

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Luck Runs Out For Notre Dame

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner – There’s no more luck for the No. 3 Irish as No. 14 East Hardy found the pot of gold for the 30-22 upset

Town Requests Probe Into Finances

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – On the advice of their attorney, Lary Garrett, the Wardensville Council voted to request the Hardy County Prosecuting Attorney investigate the town’s

My Unbased Opinion – November 19

By David O. Heishman – Skunks galore this year. Where did they all come from? Streets and highways have been a stinking mess past several months with their

Capt. William H. Denney, Jr.

Tomorrow on a bluff overlooking Caledonia Hill the new Moorefield Readiness Center will be dedicated and will honor the memory of Capt. William Herman Denney, Jr. who was

Obituaries – November 19

Paul Allen Hinkle, age 69, of Mathias, W.Va., died November 9, 2014. He was born February 2, 1945. Robert Brooks “Bob”  Haslacker, age 72, of  Maysville, W.Va., died November

Classifieds – November 12

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR sale by the truckload or pickup load. 304-897-5178. OAK FIREWOOD for sale. Cut and Spilt $150.00a cord. Delivered Moorefield area. Also any type of carpenter

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Jackettes Dethrone East Hardy, Both State Bound

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner – The Yellow Jackettes emerged from the shadow of two-time defending champion East Hardy to garner the Region II Championship last Saturday in Lost

Moorefield Police Chief Expresses Concern About Lack of School Parking

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – “When I look at the plans for parking at the high school, I realize there won’t be any more (when the construction

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