Civil War Trails, Inc. has teamed up with the Hardy County Convention & Visitors Bureau and the South Fork General Store to bring the popular program to Peru. The HCCVB will sustain the program through maintenance and marketing efforts. Located across the bridge along the eastern bank of the river
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The Hardy County Commission approved a recommendation to close the courthouse on Friday, April 10 for electrical work. The commission met in special session on Thursday, March 12. “April 10 is Good Friday and we generally have only a skeleton crew on that day,” said County Coordinator Rose Helmick. “It
Producers and growers of “edible products” are invited to attend a meeting on Wednesday, March 25 to learn about the development of a food cooperative in the Potomac Highlands. Edible products include fruits and vegetables, meat and eggs, and the value-added commodities produced from them. The meeting will begin at
• Hardy County Schools are closed through Friday, March 27. Meals are available for pickup at all schools from 11 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. daily. Instructional packets will be available at your child’s school on Thursday, March 19 from 8 a.m. until 6 p.m. and Friday, March 20 from 8
The Hardy County Emergency Ambulance Authority board of directors approved a $1.04 million budget at its monthly meeting held March 11. The budget assumes the Hardy County Emergency Ambulance fee will garner $850,000 and reimbursements from insurance companies will net $202,000. “This will only work if we collect what is
Following a public hearing, with no public input, the Wardensville Town Council approved an application for a conditional use for the property at 155-157 W. Main Street. The property, formerly the Lost River Brewing Company, is owned by JDL Real Estate LLC and will operate as a restaurant and bakery,
Standing at the dugout looking out at the softball field, one could notice the tumbleweed rolling across the infield and the sounds of birds chirping broke the eerie silence as the Spring sports season came to a halt due to concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus this past Friday.
The Yellow Jackets defied expectations all season and came soaring into Clarksburg before being floored by Irish sharpshooters nailing 16 perimeter shots as Notre Dame’s luck reigned supreme with an 85-42 victory in the Class A Region II Co-Championship earning a state tournament berth last Wednesday. “We built a culture
Attention Hardy County Students and Parents Beginning Thursday, March 19, meals will be delivered to all students of Hardy County Schools, free of charge. Simply call your child’s school and give the following information: Physical address Number of meals needed County bus drivers will deliver two meals for every student
By Lon Anderson Moorefield Examiner The March meeting of the Hardy County Planning Commission started off normally enough with a discussion of the morning’s County Commission meeting, approval of minutes, and discussions about the GIS Board and flood plains. It was only towards the end of the meeting that the
“Do we have this in writing?” “I want to see this in writing.” It was obvious to all present, Hardy County Commission President Harold Michael did not accept Hardy County Planner Melissa Scott’s recommendation that the Hardy County Floodplain Ordinance be updated. Scott requested the Floodplain Ordinance be included on
According to County Commissioner David Workman, several citizens have requested the Hardy County Commission re-affirm the U. S. Constitution’s Second Amendment – the right to keep and bear arms – and declare Hardy County a Second Amendment Sanctuary. The Hardy County Commission approved a Resolution to that effect at the
“I want to address some false information that has been circulating about the South Branch Career and Technical Center,” said Julie Hansrote, financial director at SBCTC. Hansrote addressed the Hardy County Board of Education at the meeting held Monday, March 2. Hansrote said there were five points she wanted to
The Moorefield Town Council covered a wide range of topics at their meeting on March 3. Moorefield’s South Levee certification draft looks good, and is ready for FEMA, said Public Works director Lucas Gagnon. The South Levee protects Moorefield south — towards Petersburg — of the bridge in town over
Steve Swingle was a busy man last week. On Monday, the partnership specialist with the U.S. Census Bureau visited the Hardy County Board of Education and on Tuesday, he made a presentation to the Hardy County Commission. The message was the same – it’s important to be counted. The U.S.
The Yellow Jackets struggled with the radar in Glenville missing early targets in the first half fighting to pull within seven points at the intermission, then Gilmer County Girls Basketball burned the perimeter nets five times in the third period boosting the momentum crushing Moorefield’s state aspirations in a 75-48
The Yellow Jackets swarmed into the Baker Den edging East Hardy 49-48 in a ferocious battle during the Class A Region II Section 2 Boys Basketball semifinal last Tuesday. “We knew this was going to be the game. We knew they played hard and we play hard. We knew it
Pendleton County (22-0) withstood a 15-point fourth period rally by the Yellow Jackets which tied the game with a minute and change remaining before claiming the Class A Region II Section 2 Championship title on the free throw line for a 61-56 victory keeping the undefeated record intact last Friday