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School Board To Review Homebound Student Policy

July 22, 2014 Changes to the county’s home bound policy for students on leave from school will be introduced at the Marshall County Board of Education’s meeting toda. more »»

Marshall County Fair Heats Up

July 22, 2014 Jeff Allen’s steers likely enjoyed the bath he gave them in the warm Monday afternoon sun at the Marshall County Fair, as the Waymans Ridge resident prepared his livestock for show at the 66th annua... more »»

Pekula Set For Tourism Pageant

July 22, 2014 Marshall County resident Brenna Pekula will participate in The Official World’s Miss Tourism Pageant to be held Friday through Sunday in Nashville, Ten. more »»

Duhon to Speak at ‘Light of the Valley’

July 22, 2014 Former NBA star and current Marshall University assistant men’s basketball coach Chris Duhon will be the guest speaker at this year’s “Light of the Valley” luncheon set for Au. more »»

Rib Cook Enjoys Making People Happy With BBQ

July 21, 2014 As a rib cook, Bill Ball travels across the country doing something that he loves — making people happy. more »»

Crime Watch Group Says ‘Thanks’ With Free Pizza

July 21, 2014 As a final thank you for supporting its 50-50 raffle for 18 years, members of the Warwood Neighborhood Crime Watch will offer free pizza at the July 22 Toe Tappin’ Tuesdays concert at Garden Park. more »»

Ingram Is Chosen As 4-H Agent

July 21, 2014 A reception for Lisa Ingram, the new Marshall County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development, will be held from 3-5 p.m. Saturday at the 4-H building at the Marshall County Fairgrounds. more »»

Reps of W.Va. Attorney General’s Office To Be On Hand at Events

July 21, 2014 Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will have a representative from the Attorney General’s Office available to answer questions or concerns from local consumers at some upcoming fairs and festivals in... more »»

Police Reports

July 21, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Traffic Stop On Monday, an officer on patrol stopped a vehicle at an unspecified location, and as a result, Garricck . more »»

Kids Bone Up ON Dinosaur Knowledge at smart center

July 20, 2014 WHEELING — Nine-year-old Dezirae Ware of Wheeling was wide-eyed while taking a close-up look at a real tyrannosaurus rex tooth. more »»

West Virginia’s Best Kept Secrets To Be Revealed at BrewFest

July 20, 2014 WHEELING — Jeff Hayes has always considered himself something of a beer connoisseur, but he said it wasn’t until he journeyed across the pond seven years ago that he realized imagination is a key... more »»

WVNCC Will Offer Petro Tech

July 19, 2014 While teaching petroleum technology at the University of Arkansas during the height of the Haynesville Shale rush, Curt Hippensteel did not know he would soon move to West Virginia to train students... more »»

Residents Mourning Loss of School Board Member

July 19, 2014 Brooke County residents are mourning the death of Frank Ujcich, a member of the county Board of Education since 2006 and vocational director for the school district for years. more »»

Children’s Services Levy Approved For County Ballot

July 19, 2014 A renewal levy to benefit abused and neglected children in Belmont County will go before voters in Novembe. more »»

Fire Claims Third Life

July 19, 2014 An early Wednesday fire at 42009 Upper Clearfork Road has claimed a third victim. more »»

Man Receives One Year in Jail For Misdemeanor Battery Charge

July 19, 2014 Circuit Judge James Mazzone Thursday sentenced Heyward Bazar to a maximum sentence of one year in jail for misdemeanor batter. more »»

Woman Arrested On Drug Charges

July 19, 2014 A Moundsville woman is being held at the West Virginia Northern Regional Jail for allegedly dropping numerous pills around a baby while under the influence of medication. more »»

Police Reports

July 19, 2014 WHEELING POLICE DEPARTMENT Public Intoxication At 12:30 a.m. Friday, police arrested Randy Whipkey Jr., no age or address listed, for public intoxication. more »»

Texas Man Sentenced to 1-5 Years in Prison for Attack

July 18, 2014 Michael Craig Tyner, a pipeline welder from Carmine, Texas, is going to prison for at least one year for slashing a man with a knife during an altercation in the parking lot of a Triadelphia bar. more »»

Wheeling To Be Part Of Medical Research

July 18, 2014 Victims of traumatic injury in the Wheeling area could become part of a medical study aimed at preventing people from bleeding to death en route to the hospital. more »»

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