Wyoming County Courthouse has a drop box outside for any essential business at this time. (Photo Courtesy of Jewell Aguilar)

PINEVILLE, WV – The Wyoming County Courthouse reopened its doors with limited access to the public yesterday, June 17th, 2020.

Restrictions are still in place at this time, including:

• Only two persons may enter each office in the courthouse at one time.
• Masks are not required, however they are encouraged.
• Appointments will be taken ahead of walk-ins. Please call (304) 732-8000 to set up appointments.

County officials ask all visitors to be patient as the reopening process begins while apologizing for any inconvenience.

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