Wyoming County EDA Director Christy Laxton spoked to the Mullens Chamber of Commerce about the Barkers Creek Industrial Park and other topics last Tuesday.The meeting was held at Second Street Station.
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Olivia Green of Greater Beckley Christian School served as a Page for Delegate Phillips last week. She is the granddaughter of Jerry and Samantha Goode.
Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warns parents to be on alert if they receive an email notification disguised as an alert of a child predator in the area.
Masons meet twice monthly
A second snow storm rolled through Wyoming County last Satudray, dumping nearly as much snow as the first. This is a few of downtown oceana
A community meeting about the future of The Way Youth Center will be held on March 16.The meeting will take place at Second Street Restaurant at 6 p.m.
The biggest snow storm to hit the area in years put a “closed” sign on Wyoming County and most of southern West Virginia last week.
Wyoming County Division of Highways Supervisor Tom Ellis said the biggest challenge presented to his crews after last week's big storm was the cold that followed.
The Wyoming County Economic Development Authority has rescheduled its February meeting.The Feb. 19 meeting was cancelled due to inclement weather.It has been rescheduled for March 5 at 6 p.m. The Loan Committee meets at 4:30 p.m.
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A second storm roared through Wyoming County on Saturday, bringing a heavier, wetter snow and more problems.
The Wyoming County Economic Development Authority will meet on March 5 at 6 p.m.The EDA was originally set to meet Feb. 19 but that meeting was postponed due to snow.
Wyoming County is under another storm warning.The National Weather Services says a mix of snow, sleet and rain will begin tonight and continue through tomorrow.Snow/sleet accumulation could reach 3 to 6 inches.
A second winter storm is headed this way.It will bring less snow but could cause more problems, according to Emergency Services Director Dean Meadows.
“Frozen” isn't just a Disney movie.Temperatures in the area today are not expected to exceed single digits, and the National Weather Service predicts overnight lows tonight could plunge to -20.
Oceana Police Chief Jeff Barlow discovered a dead man in a Webster Street residence on Wednesday morning.
After the snow, the deep freeze.A high of 5 is predicted for the area today by the National Weather Service. Temperatures are predicted to drop to 20 below zero tonight.
Here is a list of cancellations and postponements in the area.Wyoming County schools are closed.The Wyoming County Economic Development Authority, which was scheduled to meet on Feb.19, has postponed its meeting.
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Masons meet twice monthlyPineville Masonic Lodge #138 conducts meetings on the second and fourth Thursday of each month. All brethren are encouraged to attend and enjoy the fellowship.
The halfway point of the 82nd West Virginia Legislature has now arrived and my fellow delegates and I continue to fight hard for our constituents in Southern West Virginia.One bill, House Bill 2011, would...
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The Wyoming County Board of Education approved the use of the old Glen Rogers High School as a site for two memorials planned by the Friends of Milam Creek.
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