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Couple facing felony drug charges
Christine Kay Woods, 57, of Elkins, is charged with one felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance — methamphetamine. She is incarcerated at Tygart Valley Regional Jail and bond has yet to be set.
Crews Respond to Montrose Car Fire
The Inter-Mountain photo by Tim MacVean Multiple fire crews responded to a structure fire on Bob England Road in Montrose Monday morning that left a car heavily damaged. Fire officials at the scene said there was another vehicle inside the structure but the extent of the damage was unknown as of pre
D&E Art Club donates to school
Submitted photo Art Club President Cassidy Conner, second from right, presents a $2,500 check to Midland Physical Education Teacher Todd Price, second from left, as D&E Vice President for Student Affairs Scott Goddard, left, and Art Club member and Student Assembly Vice President Elijah Cordle look
Arts Center encourages everyone to learn and create
“We have classes for pretty much every age group, and we see about 400 students, sometimes a little more than 400 students per year, which is a lot,”said Kurt Barkley, executive director of the Arts Center.“You might not realize how many people do come through.”
Nutter Fort man gets 1-5 behind bars for 2 drug crimes
— Cody Lee Stemple, 25, of Lost Creek, has been sentenced to a total of 1-5 years of home incarceration by McCarthy for felony reckless fleeing and misdemeanor battery on a governmental representative.
BOE’s Smith looking to be an advocate
The five member board — made up of Amanda Smith, Tygart District; Lisa Wamsley, Tygart District; Janie Newlon, Cheat District; Rachel Anger, Elkins District; and Melodee Price, Elkins District — voted to elect Smith president of the board for a two-year term.
Elkins Post 29 drops twin bill at Parkersburg
In the opener, Matthew Gainer turned in a solid performance for Post 29, not allowing a run until Parkersburg struck for two runs in the bottom of the sixth on an RBI single from Broedy Boyce and an RBI sacrifice fly from Hayden Morris.
Foodborne illness is prevalent during summer months
The Harrison Clarksburg Health Department is urging people to be aware of foodborne illnesses associated with foods being left out too long. Foods are only to be left out for four hours, and the longer food is out, the more bacteria that can grow.
Elkins Little League All-Stars hold fundraiser
Elkins Post 29 drops twin bill at ParkersburgPARKERSBURG — Elkins Post 29 dropped a doubleheader to Parkersburg on Saturday. Post 29 fell in the lidlifter, ...Carter inks with GrizzliesMEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — The Memphis Grizzlies have signed second-round pick Jevon Carter to a multi-year ...Big 12 hi
Elkins teenager faces felony charge
Kayla Nicole McCauley, 18, of Elkins, is charged with one felony count of daytime burglary. She is incarcerated at Tygart Valley Regional Jail on a $25,000 cash or surety bond, set by Randolph County Magistrate Ben Shepler.
Elkins falls to Post 64
With the game deadlocked at 3-3, Moorefield took control in the sixth as Blake Watts hit a solo homer, Brett Tharp drew a bases-loaded walk and Jake Mauzy smacked a two-run single.
Staycation opportunities are just a short drive away in West Virginia
But residents do not have to leave the Mountain State to take advantage of great vacation opportunities, whether it’s a day trip, a weekend jaunt or a week-long getaway.
Randolph woman arrested on drug charge
Melissa Elaine Caprio, 28, of Elkins, is charged with one felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance. She is incarcerated at Tygart Valley Regional Jail on a $25,000 cash or surety bond, set by Randolph County Magistrate Ben Shepler.
Tom Dunn Energy Leadership Academy completes fifth session
BUCKHANNON — The Tom Dunn Energy Leadership Academy hosted its fifth session July 10-12, at West Virginia Wesleyan College in Buckhannon, according to a news release. Nearly 40 West Virginia high school sophomores, juniors and seniors participated.
Belington man charged with malicious assault
Justin Bryant Pennington, 28, is charged with two felony counts of malicious assault. He is free on a $20,000 cash or surety bond, set by Randolph County Chief Magistrate George M.“Mike”Riggleman.
Jackson Township crash forces woman's C-section; baby dies
Phillip B. Hixson, 36, of Uniontown, was driving east on Aleppo Road and drove through the intersection of Aleppo and Golden Oaks roads. Dorothy A. Lavigne, 22, of New Freeport, was driving south on Golden Oaks Road, approaching the intersection. Hixson attempting to make a lefthand turn onto Golden
Fairmont man facing drug charge after motorcycle chase
Police said on June 16, they saw a Honda motorcycle on Middletown Road going 66 mph in a 45 mph zone. The motorcycle driver would not stop, as he eventually surpassed 80 mph in a 45 mph zone, drove into oncoming traffic, ran a red light at White Hall Boulevard, and went north in the southbound lane
Post 17 overcomes 6-0 deficit, holds off Clarksburg in 8-6 win: PHOTOS
Instead of caving, however, Clemens stared down the storm and outlasted it, squirming out of both frames without a run allowed.
Gypsy man with history of false pretenses charges sentenced to prison on latest conviction
Workman was convicted in Harrison County for taking the $2,700 to build a deck around a woman's pool, and then failing to follow through.
2 women killed in head-on crash in Westmoreland County
The county coroner’s office said Shari L. Kohan, 47, of Cambria County was driving south on Route 711 when her Ford Focus drifted across the centerline and struck a Subaru Outback head on in Donegal.