By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   Chuck Terrell is excited about the 2018 legislative session. It’s a far cry from the past several years, when the feeling was more of dread than anticipation. Terrell is the President of Eastern West Virginia Community and Technical College and one the reasonsContinue Reading

Wardensville writer Vicki Johnson has received a 2018 Individual Artist Professional Development Grant from the West Virginia Division of Culture and History, and the National Endowment for the Arts, with approval by the West Virginia Commission on the Arts. Professional development grants provide support for professional and emerging artists to expandContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner   “I think it was a real wake-up call for some people.” Paul Lewis, President of the Hardy County Emergency Ambulance Authority told the board of directors the collection agency hired last year is producing results. “We probably got between $4,000 and $5,000,” heContinue Reading

Moorefield buzzed into the George B. Halterman Memorial Court taking a double digit lead in the second period, but the Lady Vikings rallied in the third period to commandeer a 47-43 victory in Petersburg on Thursday. “Offensively, I thought we were rushing ourselves a little bit. We needed to takeContinue Reading

Graphic by Clara Kight   By Mike Mallow (To the Tune of The Circle of Life) From the day we arrive in Pennsylvania, And freezing, wait for the sun. There’s more shadows to see, Will they even been seen? What to do when more Winter comes? There’s far too muchContinue Reading

A thrilling 3-pointer buzzer-beater and a game-high 26 points by Julia Hahn wasn’t enough for the Lady Cougars to pounce over St. Marys as the Lady Blue Devils snatched a 59-42 victory in the second round of the West Virginia Hometown Invitational Tournament on Monday afternoon in Baker. “Our freshmanContinue Reading

The Falcons swooped into the Den and left East Hardy in a dense fog, dazed and confused after pouring down 11 3-pointers en route to an 87-60 victory in Baker on Friday. Leading the barrage was Frankfort’s Zack Whitacre with five 3-pointers for a game-high 21 points, followed by DrewContinue Reading

Three strong wins near the end of the match weren’t enough for the Cougars to roar back against Hampshire Wrestling as the Trojans muscled to a 50-17 victory at Sunrise Summit on Thursday night. East Hardy Wrestling observed the initial match from the stands between Hampshire and Mountain Ridge fromContinue Reading

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner East Hardy started out with an 18-0 run and had four players score in double figures to surround and ensnare the Lady Tigers in the Den with a 58-32 victory on Tuesday night. The Lady Cougars were paced by Brooke Miller with a double-double ofContinue Reading

      By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner It seems incredulous that the county agency with the worst reputation for transparency would consider additional restrictions to public access of information. However, the Hardy County Rural Development Authority Board did just that at the Jan. 4 meeting. According to ExecutiveContinue Reading

By Carl Holcomb Moorefield Examiner The Lady Campers shared stories around the campfire eating honey roasted chicken as Allegany cooked the Hive during a 72-20 victory over the Yellow Jackettes in Moorefield on Tuesday night. Moorefield struggled from the field missing 32 shot attempts and committed 27 turnovers and AlleganyContinue Reading

1/17/18 Am Wood/RSI   American Woodmark Corporation  announced the completion of its acquisition of RSI Home Products, Inc. for consideration consisting of 1,457,568 newly issued shares of American Woodmark common stock, approximately $354 million in net cash and the assumption of approximately $589 million of RSI debt.  The cash portionContinue Reading

  By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner Local author Nick Korolev’s usual fare is historical fiction, but with the recent turn of political events, he felt the need to revisit a screenplay he had written several years ago. “Most writers turn their novels into screenplays,” Korolev said. “I did itContinue Reading

Taxes Due The Sheriff’s Office would like to remind taxpayers Second-Half taxes are due by March 1, to receive the discount. After April 1, the Sheriff’s Office will accept full payment only. Also, 2017 taxes will be delinquent on May 1. Taxes not paid by April 30 will be publishedContinue Reading

Glenville State College announced in December it was cutting its tuition by 2 percent with the condition that their state appropriation would not decrease. In August, Glenville was the only 4-year college or university in West Virginia to hold the line on tuition. The school also announced plans to cutContinue Reading

By Jean A. Flanagan Moorefield Examiner As the 2018 election season gets underway, there are a few dates to keep in mind. If you have a desire to hold public office, there are various levels on which you can serve. The filing period to be a candidate for public officeContinue Reading