The Westside victory train is rolling right into the state semifinals.
Winter made a brief visit on Tuesday and gave the Wyoming County Division of Highways an early glance at what is coming.Temperatures dipped into the teens, and a light snow fell across most of the county on Tuesday.
The Wyoming County Economic Development Authority will be expanding its scholarship program.
Wyoming East High School's Leo Club is making Thanksgiving memorable for seven families this year.
The Pineville Library is open at its new location.“We want people to know where we are and that we're open,” said Caroline Gaddis, director of the Wyoming County Public Library.
The Wyoming County Toy Fund needs help.The Toy Fund has posted on Facebook that “for the first time in 16 years we didn't have enough toys to clean and prepare for the Toy Fund to keep our volunteers busy.
Hosting its first afternoon playoff game ever gave Westside an opportunity for a little pre-game tailgating.
The Marshall University undergraduate department of public health is searching for women in 23 West Virginia counties to participate in breast cancer research.
Road Branch School announced the October Positive Behavior program drawing winner. Sarah Daniels, first grade student in Mrs. Gibson's class, won the $25 cash prize.
Road Branch Elementary & Middle School has announced the October Students of the Month. They are:
Mary Wykle sang the national anthem at the Veterans Dinner and a Show last Tuesday at Westside High School.
Volunteers at last Tuesday's Veterans Dinner and a Show at Westside were dressed as Native Americans and Pilgrims. The costumes were home made.
These ladies rode on horseback at the Oceana Veterans Day Parade.
There were participants of all ages in last Tuesday's Veterans Day Parade in Oceana.
The Oceana Veterans Day Parade traveled from the library to Gilliland Park, where speeches were given.
Gerald Short was the grand marshal of the Oceana Veterans Day Parade last Tuesday.
Jayla Williams, a fifth grade student at Baileysville Elementary and Middle School, won the county Bus Safety Drawing Contest for Division 2. Her artwork has been submitted to the state competition.
Baileysville Elementary & Middle School student Morgan Bailey is the winner of the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. Pictured with Morgan is her art teacher Mr. Barry...
Baileysville Elementary & Middle School K-4 students recently enjoyed a day picking pumpkins in the “Pumpkin Patch” at the Baileysville Community Center. Pictured above, with their pumpkins, is Mrs. Cindy Stepp's first grade class.
The Mullens Area Chamber of Commerce will hold its Christmas Parade of Lights on Dec. 12 at 6...
Concord University has received a $125,000 PUI Incubator Grant funded by the National Science Foundation and subawarded by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission's Division of Science and Research. The proposal,...
U.S. Senators Joe Manchin and Jay Rockefeller announced $343,656.96 in federal funding for the West Virginia Governor's Highway Safety Office to improve highway safety programs in the state. The funding will be used to help improve driver...
Students at Mullens Elementary School formed a pink ribbon to show support for Breast Cancer Awareness.
Teachers and administrators at Mullens Elementary School wore camo in support of National Bullying Awareness Month.
It's easy to report hunting or fishing law violations in West Virginia, and those reports are helpful in protecting the state's wildlife.
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