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 MallieContinue Reading

The Hardy County Chamber Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for Friday, March 23 has been rescheduled to Friday, March 30.

Photo by Jean Flanagan Students from Southern New Hampshire University and two of their professors stopped by Colt’s Restaurant for lunch today, March 15. The group spent their Spring Break exploring Appalachia.   See more details in the March 21 edition of the Moorefield Examiner.

The U.S. Forest Service has issued an alert for folks who volunteer to pick up trash and hikers on trails in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests. Be on the lookout for outdoor methamphetamine laboratories. “Methamphetamine cooking and dump sites have been found on national forest land in theContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   The Hardy County 911 Center and the Local Emergency Preparedness Committee (LEPC) has been working for more than two years on a mass communications (MC) or reverse 911 system for the residents of Hardy County. The problem with implementing such a system hasContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   Residents of the North Mountain Road community were shocked when they examined packages left in their driveways the night of Sunday, March 4. Literature from a right-winged hate group was sealed inside plastic bags.

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   The nine days West Virginia teachers walked out of the classroom must be made up on the school calendar, according to Hardy County Board of Education President Nancy Hahn. State law requires students to be in the classroom 180 days. Hahn addressed theContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   At just after 3 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6, Governor Jim Justice signed HB 4145 into law. The legislation, passed by the House of Delegates, amended by the Senate and finally approved by a Conference Committee, increased the base salary of teachers, serviceContinue Reading

Grant Sager, 27, of Wardensville, was sentenced to 21 months incarceration for making methamphetamine. U.S. Attorney Bill Powell announced the sentence last week. In March 2017, Sager was indicted on one count of unlawful possession of a firearm and the possession of an unlawful firearm as well as the methamphetamineContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Following a public hearing where several line items were discussed and clarified, the Hardy County Emergency Ambulance Authority Board of Directors voted to approve a budget for the 2019 fiscal year. The fiscal year begins July 1, 2018 and ends June 30, 2019. TheContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Sheena Van Meter, Hardy County’s Interim Superintendent, agreed to a three-year contract for the job at Monday’s Board of Education meeting. After a short executive session, the board voted to approve the contract. “You can take the word ‘Interim’ from your title, now,” saidContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   A lease between the Hardy County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau and the Town of Wardensville may not be valid, according to resident Betsy Orndoff-Sayers. Orndoff-Sayers addressed the Wardensville Town Council at their regular meeting on Monday, Feb. 12. The Wardensville Town Council enteredContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   Of the 25 Hardy County Public Service District sewer customers, nine are commercial and 16 are residential. But those nine contribute 90 percent of the sewage treated at the Baker plant. That’s why the PSD balked when the West Virginia Public Service CommissionContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   The annual parade of agencies and organizations requesting funding from the Hardy County Commission  has begun. The commission met on Tuesday, Feb. 6. First up, was Ronald Miller, George Leatherman and Karen Stickley with the Potomac Valley Conservation District with a request forContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   Of all the pressing issues that came before the Hardy County Commission on Tuesday, the subject that illicited the most discussion had to do with dogs. County Assessor Jim Wratchford appeared before the commission to request payment for livestock killed by dogs. “DonnieContinue Reading