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Past articles by Bri:

Doddridge County prepares for new administrative annex building

WEST UNION, W.Va. – Doddridge County Commission met Tuesday evening for its regular meeting. Doddridge County has been the only county in West Virginia to have not seen any positive COVID-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic. Commissioner Shawn Glaspell said the lack of cases could be correlated to the rural community’s natural ability […] → Read More

DNR asking for the public’s help after a boater hit a swimmer and fled the sceen on the Tygrat River

PLEASANT VALLEY, W.Va. – The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is asking for the public’s help after a man swimming in the Tygart River on Saturday July 18, was struck and injured by a boat that then fled the scene. According to the DNR, a 22-year-old male swimmer was struck around 4:35 p.m. near […] → Read More

2 men dead after drowning incident near Mannington

MANNINGTON, W.Va. — Two men have died as a result of a drowning incident near Mannington on July 6. According to Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Riffle, several people went to an impoundment on Dents Run, near Mannington, to swim, but at some point while swimming, one of the group began struggling. At that point, two […] → Read More

FroYo Factory celebrates grand opening in White Hall

WHITE HALL, W.Va. – FroYo Factory, a new dessert shop located in the Tygarts Valley Mall Loop celebrated its grand opening Friday afternoon. Owner and operator, Zack Nelson said he’s always wanted to open his own business and attributes his ambition to his father who owns a business of his own. “Just seeing the benefits […] → Read More

7 regional winners announced in 4th Annual ‘Kids Kick Opioids’ Contest; Marion County student state runner-up

UPDATE (6/18/20 5:20 p.m.): CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A Marion County student has been named a state runner-up in the annual Kids Kick Opioids Contest. Dakota Niebergau, an eighth-grade student at Rivesville Elementary/Middle School, was named one of two runners-up in the contest. Mia Pietranon, an eighth-grade student at St. Paul Catholic School in Weirton, was […] → Read More

Harrison County Pre-K registration deadline approaching

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Pre-K registration deadline for the 2020-2021 school year is quickly approaching. Harrison County School officials said they’ve had an excellent response to online Pre-K registration thus far according to a press release sent out Friday, May 29. Hundreds of parents have utilized the online registration portal, but according to Harrison County Board […] → Read More

Hovatter’s Zoo kicks off 28th season after pandemic delays opening

KINGWOOD, W.Va. – Hovatter’s Zoo has officially opened for its 28th season after a two-month delay due to the coronavius. Zoo owner, Bryan Hovatter kicked off the new season with new facilities and hands-on attractions. “We’ve changed a lot of stuff this year, all winter long we’ve worked on upgrades,” explained Hovatter. “New monkey exhibits, […] → Read More

UPDATE: WVU changes dates for residence hall move-out

UPDATE (5/6/20 11:05 a.m.): MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University has amended the move-out schedule for students living in residence halls. According to a press release, WVU students may return to campus to collect their belongings from residence halls and to complete the check-out process beginning May 18 and continuing through June 6. WVU said in an […] → Read More

White Hall plans to change town logo in the coming weeks

WHITE HALL, W.Va. – The town of White Hall held its regular virtual council meeting Monday evening and discussed exciting topics the town has to look forward to. Council discussed changing the town’s logo to something more modern and colorful, but has decided to wait to make the decision until members can meet in person. […] → Read More

Elkins Police searching for 6 year old boy

ELKINS, W.Va. – The Elkins Police Department is searching for a missing six-year old boy named Braydon. According to Sutton Stokes Elkins External Affairs Specialist, the boy was last seen around 8 p.m. Sunday evening at his home, 190 High Street in Elkins. Stokes said he was last seen wearing track pants and no shirt […] → Read More

Foster parents needed in North Central West Virginia

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – NECCO Foster Agency is actively searching for foster parents in North Central West Virginia. Due to the social distancing order, NECCO has reformatted its foster parent training courses, giving people the ability to learn how to become a foster parent from the comfort of their own home. Online courses range from 2-3 […] → Read More

The Miley Legal Group works to bring justice to West Virginia after pharmaceutical companies dump millions of opioids in the state

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Tim Miley and The Miley Legal Group are representing individuals affected by the opioid crisis. “We have started representing individuals to make claims against the manufacturers and the distributors and the pharmacies who have wreaked havoc on our communities,” said Miley. He and his team are working to help individuals file claims […] → Read More

BREAKING: One person transported to UHC after multiple police departments dispatched to Nutter Fort

NUTTER FORT, W.Va.- A large police presence was on the scene of Illinois Avenue in Nutter Fort Saturday evening. Harrison County 9-1-1 received a call at 7:41 p.m. According to officials, the Nutter Fort Police Department, Stonewood Police Department and the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department all responded to the scene as well as the Nutter […] → Read More

Bridgeport Police Department set to start enforcement at UHC starting May 1

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – Bridgeport City Council held its regular meeting Monday but adapted to COVID-19 precautions. Only four members of council, plus Chief Walker, met in person for the meeting, the rest tuned in via conference call. Council approved the payment of more than $1.5 million to the Albert M. Hidgely Company of Cleveland, Ohio […] → Read More

New CrossFit gym opens its doors in Fairmont

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – CrossFit CTRL, a new fitness facility located on Riverside Drive in Fairmont, opened its doors on Saturday. CrossFit CTRL provides personal training, group CrossFit classes, as well as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. The gym offers several physical and nutritional guides that assist those looking to lose weight and get in shape. “We have a […] → Read More

Recycled Christmas trees being used to create fish habitats at Tygart Lake

GRAFTON, W.Va. – The Army Corps of Engineers is using recycled Christmas trees to build wildlife habitats at Tygarts Lake State Park. Park rangers and Natural Resource Management students from Alderson Broaddus University teamed up Saturday morning to create habitats for species of small fish. While water levels are still low the group anchored recycled Christmas […] → Read More

Say Yes to the Dress star featured at local bridal expo

CHEAT LAKE, W.Va. – West Virginia’s Premiere Wedding Expo teamed up with Lakeview Resort for the annual Spring Wedding Expo. The event featured West Virginia Native and TLC’s ‘Say Yes to the Dress star, Monte Durham. “I can’t tell you how important it is to me to come back to my home state. You know, […] → Read More

Two transported to United Hospital Center after vehicle accident in Bridgeport

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – A two-vehicle accident occurred on Route 279 in Bridgeport Saturday evening. According to Harrison County 9-1-1 officials, the accident occurred around 8:30 p.m. Saturday, sending two people to United Hospital Center. Bridgeport Fire and Police Departments responded to the scene, as well as Bridgeport and Anmore EMS. The extent of the patient’s […] → Read More

Family escapes house fire early Saturday morning in Star City

STAR CITY, W.Va. – A fire on Herman Avenue in Star City destroyed a single family home early Saturday morning. According to Monongalia County 9-1-1, Star City Volunteer Fire Department along with Monongalia County EMS responded to the scene of the fire shortly after receiving the initial call at 4:42 a.m. Emergency officials stated there […] → Read More

UPDATE: Body of missing kayaker has been recovered

UPDATE (2/17/202 9:48 p.m.): BELINGTON, W.Va. – According to Barbour County 911 officials, the body of a missing kayaker has been recovered. The body of kayaker Jamie Lynn Gray was located and recovered late Monday afternoon, about 1 1/2 miles downstream from where she was last seen, according to West Virginia Division of Natural Resources […] → Read More