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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Lady Jackets Swarm Past Southern Garrett

The Lady Jackets scored 13 runs in the second inning to defend the Hive during a 14-1 three-inning rout of Southern Garrett at Sager Field on Monday afternoon. “We hit the ball extremely well today, that’s all I have to say,” Moorefield Softball Coach Tammie Ayers remarked. Moorefield starting pitcher Rebekah Markwood

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Falcons Drum Up Victories In Baker

Central Softball and Baseball marched to the beat of a different drum resonating in Baker as the Lady Falcons narrowly tapped past East Hardy 5-4, while simultaneously down the hillside the Falcons rolled to a crescendo in a 12-0 shutout over the Cougars in season openers last Monday. “I was proud

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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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SNHU Students Visit Appalachia

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.

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Volunteers and Hikers Be On The Lookout

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 the George

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Job Action Days Must Be Recouped

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 the Hardy County Board of

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