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Classifieds – September 10

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR Sale. Sparky’s Firewood and Lawn Service. 304-851-2462. FIREWOOD FOR sale, by the truckload or pickup load. 304-897-5178. BUILDING 12’x16’ Portable, insulated, 70AMP electrical panel, baseboard heat, lights, receptacles, T1-11 5/8”siding, gray stain, white trim. Located […]

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In or Around Hardy County School Buses … You Are Being Watched

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Motorists who ignore the school bus stop signals will receive a visit from local law enforcement thanks to new technology on every

County Commissioners Barred from Discussing/Voting on Fee and Building

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner –   Senior Status Judge Andrew N. Frye Jr. stopped the Hardy County Commission “from taking any votes or otherwise considering the issues of

My Unbased Opinion – September 10

By David O. Heishman – Wishing my life away. I caught myself doing it again. Driven by desire for change, I wanted an instant jump into the future. A

The RDA Strikes Again

When we read Steve West’s recent letter to his committee and the community we couldn’t help but wonder where in the world the Rural Development Authority has been

Obituaries – September 10

Eva Mae Taylor, age 95, of Charleston, W.Va, died September 3, 2014. She was born April 9, 1919. Geneva Gale Hefner, age 80, of Moorefield, W.Va., died August 29,

Classifieds – September 3

For Sale Miscellaneous FIREWOOD FOR SALE. By the truck load or pickup load. Call 304-897-5178. HARMAN COAL STOVE with moveable grates and dust pan. New seal in door.


American Woodmark Announces Expansion

South Branch Plant to Add 100,000 Square Feet, 80 New Jobs Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin  joined American Woodmark Corporation in announcing a major expansion of the company’s Moorefield cabinet-manufacturing

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My Unbased Opinion – September 3

By David O. Heishman – Whoopsie daisy. Thursday afternoon and I need a column by tomorrow morning so the Examiner staff can take Labor Day off to play.

Water, Farmers, Food and the Rest of Us

Two years ago we made some notes about Ohio officials wanting farmers to reduce algae in Lake Erie. Ohio put out recommendations aimed at cutting pollutants that

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