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Wardensville Revamps Business License Fees

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner The cost of doing business in Wardensville is about to change. “Adjustments need to be made,” Wardensville Recorder Maureen Martin told the town council. “Some are tied to state code and we’re charging too much.” Martin presented a list of Business License fees to the Wardensville Town Council

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Mass Communication Test Deemed A Success

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner During a test of the Hardy Telecommunications Mass Calling Service performed on Thursday, March 15, 176 out of 190 contacts were successful according to Bill Schmitt of Hardy Telecommunications. Schmitt addressed the Hardy County Commission at the regular meeting held Tuesday, May 1.

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Four Felons Admit to Probation Violations

  By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Four convicted felons admitted to violating the terms of their probation in Hardy County Circuit Court on Tuesday, April 24. Travis Brown, 26, of Moorefield, tested positive for meth amphetamine and oxycodone during a home visit by his probation office. Brown pleaded guilty to operating a clandestine drug

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WV State Police Warn Against Scam

The West Virginia State Police wishes to make the public completely aware that they DO NOT solicit contributions via telephone calls, mailings or home visits. If anyone representing themselves as a trooper, law enforcement officer, employee of or on behalf of the West Virginia State Police requesting contributions of any

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County 911 Needs Dispatchers

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Paul Lewis is looking for a few good dispatchers. The executive director of the Hardy County 911 Center and Office of Emergency Management reported to the Hardy County Commission at their regular meeting Tuesday, April 3. “We’re having trouble getting people to apply,” Lewis said. There’s a

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Shockey Takes Oath As Circuit Clerk

Surrounded by family, Kelly Shockey (center) took the oath of office of Circuit Clerk for Hardy County. From left, Tom Lave, Brooke Shockey, Emily Shockey, Sharon Martin, Randy Shockey, Kelly, Judge Charles Carl, Matt Martin, Judge Carter Williams and Court Bailiff Rob Kerr.   By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Expressing regret that the

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RDA To Unveil New Logo/Website

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   In an effort to more successfully market Hardy County to potential businesses, the Hardy County Rural Development Authority board has voted to unveil a new logo and website. “We hope to go live the first part of April,” said RDA Executive Director Mallie Combs. The RDA Board

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