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The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the West Virginia Professional Outfitters Association (WVPRO), stocked 650 pounds of rainbow trout in the Summersville Dam Tailwater of the Gauley River June 12,...

Addie Justine Shamblin was born on May 15, 1925 to Jessie and Dessie Shamblin.  She grew up on Rush Fork having blond hair and bright blue eyes.  Years later she married the love of...
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Despite the showers, it was a meaningful and enjoyable Saturday, when on May 30, 2015, Elk River Chapter, NSDAR gathered to honor patriot Patrick Murphy. The weather did not dampen the resolve to highlight...

By Erica Kearns Momma Payne takes an order. If homemade food loaded with taste is what you crave, Momma Payne’s...

By Erica Kearns The sounds of summer returning to Clay County By Erica Kearns The sounds of water splashing, kids giggling and the diving board bouncing are all to familiar sounds of summer, and they are being...

The Clay County Farmer’s Market is in full swing!  With the garden’s goodness quickly upon us, Clay County farmers are harvesting their goods to share with the public.  The Farmer’s Market is located in...

By Holly Nine Axys Projects had their grand opening celebration on Saturday evening, June 6, 2015. Tons of people came out to see all of the new things that this business offers. With 3D printers that...

Potomac State College of West Virginia University is pleased to announce that 196 students have been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2015 semester. According to Edem Tetteh, Dean of Academic Affairs, in...

Two Clay County residents were recognized at the 2015 Glenville State College Honors Convocation Ceremony. The annual event took place following a banquet in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom. GSC President Dr. Peter...

West Virginia Senate President Bill Cole officially announced his candidacy for Governor of West Virginia today at Cole Nissan – one of several small businesses that Cole owns. Cole spoke of the “basic principles...