All posts in News

Magistrate Finds Probable Cause to Remand Suspects in Baby’s Death

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – Hardy County Magistrate Craig Hose found probably cause to hold Summer Lynn Snow McDaniel, 26, and Joseph Allan Christy, 32, both of Marysville, Mo. in the death of their 26-day-old infant, Ashter James […]

Continue Reading...

Kesner Voted President of Board of Education

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner –  Members of the Hardy County Board of Education elected Loy Kesner president and Nancy Hahn vice president at their meeting held Monday, July

Ambulance Authority Discusses Collections and Resignations

By Tom Burgess Special to Moorefield Examiner – The Hardy County Emergency Ambulance Authority (HCEAA) met July 9 and discussed a variety of issues, including the type of new

Greenwalt, Garrett to Resign From Ambulance Authority

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – “I can’t even walk into a restaurant and enjoy a meal with my wife without someone coming up to me and giving


Family Issues Task Force Holds Second Annual Family Fun Day

By Terra Fawley Special to Moorefield Examiner – It was a great day for some family time and fun. The Hardy County Family Issues Task Force held their second annual

Citizens Assist In Bringing Juvenile Car Thieves to Justice

On June 13, at approximately 11:45 a.m., a report of a motor vehicle crash was reported to the Moorefield Police Department. The crash was in the area of

Variance Approved for Pellet Manufacturer

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – The Hardy County Board of Zoning Appeals approved a variance requested by Eastern Mountain Pellet Co., LLC, which paves the way for

Traffic Stop Leads To Drug Arrest, Indictment

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – On January 26, a Moorefield Police Officer observed Ashley L. Bierkamp, 25, of Moorefield talking on her cell phone while driving. The


Commission Gives Funds for Pools, Child Care Center, Hesitates on Fire Dept.

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner – The Hardy County Commission voted to give $10,000 each to the towns of Wardensville and Moorefield for the operation and maintenance of

Judy’s Drug Store Pays $2 Million for Improperly Dispensing Painkillers

A West Virginia pharmacy and several of its employees have paid $2 million to end a Federal investigation into its operation. United States Attorney William J. Ihlenfeld, II announced

Powered by WordPress | Deadline Theme : An AWESEM design