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Judge Orders Commissioners To Personally Repay County

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Senior Status Judge Andrew Frye Jr. ruled Hardy County Commissioners J. Michael Teets and William “JR” Keplinger must personally repay the taxpayers of the county the $1.13 million paid for the former Mathias-Baker […]

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Classifieds – October 1

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Cut, split and delivered. Will also do tree trimming and tree removal. 304-490-8431 or 304-851-7010. SPRING VALLEY Farm and Orchard---Apples

My Unbased Opinion – October 1

By David O. Heishman –  Why must we always try to adjust nature to fit the way we want to live? Why not adjust the way we want to

Bad Things and Bad People

This is seventh 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

Obituaries – October 1

Teddy Herbert Keplinger, age 75, of Maysville, W.Va., died September 23, 2014. He was born August 11, 1939. Joseph William Crites, age 71, of Moorefield, W.Va., died September 19,

Classifieds – September 24

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR sale, by the truckload or pickup load. 304-897-5178. FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Cut, split and delivered. Will also do tree trimming and tree removal.

Town of Wardensville Continues To Struggle with Money Issues

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Tempers flared at the Wardensville Council meeting Monday, Sept. 8 as different commitments compete for limited resources.  “I spoke to Brad Simmons our

Wade Calls for Teets, Keplinger to Resign

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner –  Hardy County Commissioner A. J. Wade called for the immediate resignation of Commissioners William “JR” Keplinger and J. Michael Teets at the meeting

My Unbased Opinion – September 24

By David O. Heishman – I’ve never been an old man before. No experience with situations I find myself involved in these days. How do I tell what’s

Welcome to Heritage Weekend

It’s time for antiques, quilts, crafts and history in Hardy County. This weekend there are some 40 historic homes, businesses and churches that will be open to

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