Thomas Haverty

Panthers looking for a win

By Allen Hamrick The Panther basketball team also locked horns this week against both Doddridge County and Scott High School. Both games were barn burners, and...

Pipeline Path Called ‘Landslide Prone;’ Feds ‘Ignore Risks’

Dan Heyman Federal regulators are taking a favorable view of the huge Atlantic Coast Pipeline. But research by a citizen group has found that they are...


Charleston, W.Va. (December 27, 2016) - The following statement was released today by Jessica Tice, communications director for Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin:   "The West Virginia...

Christmas parade a huge success

Thanks so much to everyone who came and watched the Christmas parade! There were several contests including a window decorating contest. To enter the contest,...

Be wary of post-holiday employment scams

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warned consumers to exercise caution when looking for employment opportunities to pay off those holiday purchases. Gifts and travel expenses are...

Tomblin presents tiny homes to flood survivors

Last week, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin presented survivors of the June 2016 floods with keys to new tiny homes in a ceremony at the...

Charleston man sentenced to federal prison for role in drug conspiracy

A Charleston man who participated in a multistate drug ring was sentenced last week to a year and a half in federal prison, announced United...

Twenty elk released at Wildlife Management Area

On Dec. 19, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin joined representatives from the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources, the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation and The...

Young wins bike

Officials sworn in at courthouse

Clay County officials were recently sworn in a the Clay County Courthouse. Among them were Sheriff Donny Triplett, Assessor Teresa Davis and Assessor Deputies.


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