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Health Right Accepting Medicaid Patients

April 23, 2014 Wheeling Health Right patients qualifying for Medicaid won’t have to change medical providers, as Health Right now can bill Medicaid for services they provide. more »»

Multiple Cases Heard in Federal Court

April 23, 2014 U.S. District Judge Frederick P. Stamp Jr., sentenced Emanuel “Sammy” Banks to nearly 12 years in prison and three years of supervised release for distribution of crack cocaine. U.S. more »»

Shooter Arrested After Firing in Parking Lot

April 23, 2014 Ohio County sheriff’s deputies arrested James Michael Crumpler early Tuesday after he allegedly fired three shots from a 9mm handgun in the parking lot of Jill Lounge near Dallas Pike. more »»

Facade Restoration Under Way at Capitol

April 23, 2014 Frank O’Brien has an ambitious goal for the Capitol Theatre: Return the historic downtown venue’s appearance to the way it looked on the night it first opened its doors in 1928. more »»

Council Listens to Concerns About Pool, Opening at Risk

April 23, 2014 Benwood Council on Tuesday approved raises for the manager and groundskeeper at the Benwood Pool, but members also heard concerns that repairs at the pool might not be complete before its scheduled... more »»

Runaway Truck Crashes Through Neighborhood

April 23, 2014 A dump truck carrying dirt tore through a garage and several yards Monday afternoon near Pine Avenue after the truck’s brakes went out while traveling along U.S. 250. more »»

Bethany Staffers Awarded Top Honor

April 23, 2014 Bethany College President Scott . more »»

City and County Offices To Be Decided May 13; Voting Machines Receive Tests

April 23, 2014 Looking to ensure voting devices work properly before the May 13 primary election, Marshall County officials tested a pair of machines Tuesday during the County Commission meeting. more »»

West Liberty CSI: Students Practice Detective Field Skills

April 23, 2014 When investigating a crime scene, even the smallest details could hold the key in unfolding a series of dark events and, hopefully, identifying a suspect. more »»

Military Program Seen as Second Chance for County Jail Inmates

April 23, 2014 Six men took a step in turning their lives around last week as the third graduating round of the Belmont Correctional Institute’s Military Preparation Progra. more »»

Power Disruption Affects Tomlinson Run State Park

April 23, 2014 A power disruption has occurred in the campground at Tomlinson Run State Park near New Manchester in Hancock County. Electrical service to all other facilities at the park is not affected. more »»

Payment Replaces Taxes

April 23, 2014 Instead of paying property taxes for a new gas power plant to be built in Marshall County, officials from Moundsville Power LLC plan to give the Marshall County Board of Education a $4. more »»

Police Reports

April 23, 2014 BELMONT COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT On Friday, Steve A. R. Byron, 24, of 120 S Sugar St., St. Clairsville, was arrested for domestic violence. On Friday, Gay D. more »»

Another Business Burgled

April 23, 2014 Ohio County detectives are reviewing video surveillance images as they investigate burglaries at the Dairy Queen/Marathon business near Exit 11 at Dallas Pike and at the Stateline Cafe on U.S. 40. more »»

Michaels: Highlands Store Part of Breach

April 22, 2014 The Michaels store at The Highlands is among those whose customers may have been affected by a security breach targeting credit and debit card information. Michaels Stores Inc. more »»

Three Nabbed In Home Burglary

April 22, 2014 Three Marshall County residents have been arrested for allegedly breaking into a home on Walnut Grove Road last week and stealing electronics, tools and more than $200 in cash. more »»

Strothers Murder Suspects Remain in Florida

April 22, 2014 It will likely be late May before Matthew Dowdel and Eve Irene Kelly return to Harrison County to face murder charges related to the death of Joseph . more »»

City Plans to Turn Drillers RV Park Into Recreation Area

April 22, 2014 Mayor Michael Gracik said having natural gas industry workers hook up their RVs at the field that once hosted football games for Bishop Donahue High School and the former Union High School presents... more »»

Operation Pride Kicks Off in Marshall County

April 22, 2014 Marshall County officially kicked off its annual Operation Pride program with a recent dinner at Grand Vue Park in Moundsvill. more »»

WLU Announces Black and Gold Plan

April 22, 2014 By launching its new Black and Gold Opportunity Plan, West Liberty University is aiming to make the path to higher education a little less overwhelming for traditionally underserved students. more »»

 
 

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