July 16, 2014 RSS feed / News

Manchin holds energy roundtable in Charleston

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin held an energy roundtable on Friday, July 11 with West Virginia state leaders in the coal, gas and utility sectors, as well as state government officials and education representatives in Charleston. More...

First U.M. Church awards scholarships

Five students were recognized during the worship services at First United Methodist Church, and awarded college scholarships on Sunday, June 29. Applicants for the scholarships complete an application, in which they explain their career goals. More...

Events at Cacapon State Park

Thursday, July 17 10-10:45 a.m. Back through Time: CCC Camp Morgan helped to construct many of the structures at Cacapon. Meet the Naturalist at the Nature Center to learn more about the Civilian Conservation Corp and their impact on this area. More...

ENGAGEMENT

Stribling-Mason

Jody and Donnie Mason, Jr., of Martinsburg announce the engagement of their daughter Sabrina Reneé Mason, to David Linwood Stribling, son of Yvonne and Douglas Hopper, High View. More...

Vacation Bible Schools

Love Assembly of God Vacation Bible School at Love Assembly of God. Theme is “Weird Animals and Bugs with Chadder the Chipmunk,” July 21-25, 6:30- 8:30 p.m. There will be prizes, games, crafts and food. More...

55 Plus July Luncheon Meeting

The 55 Plus Pot Luck luncheon/ meeting will be held on Monday, July 21, noon, in the social hall of the First United Methodist Church on Green Street. This luncheon is open to everyone in the community. More...

Paw Paw works together on Backpack Program

As with any successful community project, it takes many hands to make the operation run smoothly. The Backpack Program in Paw Paw is no exception. More...

Adopt-A-Highway volunteers to be honored

The West Virginia departments of Environmental Protection and Transportation will host the 18th annual Adopt-A-Highway Volunteer Appreciation Day Picnic Saturday, August 2, 9 a.m. at Snowshoe Resort in Pocahontas County. More...

A wild book appears!

Featuring stark, hand-colored scenes of lush vegetation and hidden animals paired with original poetry, the new book There’s Something Wild in There promises to be a challenging collection of poems for all ages. More...

Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs hosts “moral rehabilitation” summit on justice

As part of Gov. More...

Community scavenger hunt

The 40 Developmental Assets, Morgan County Partnership is promoting a Summer Community Scavenger Hunt. More...

CEOS held community yard sale

Morningside CEOS held their annual yard sale on Friday, July 11. More...

Still time to host a Fresh Air Child this summer

For thousands of inner-city children and their volunteer host families, June 30 marked the beginning of Fresh Air summer experiences as The Fresh Air Fund kicked off its 138th summer of serving New York City children. More...

Senior Life Services

Activities Friday, July 18 - Bingo 10; tap dancing 9:30. Monday, July 21 - Isometric exercise 8:45; nifty gifty 10-1; canasta 9; computer class 10; free art class 10; Shelley Moore-Capito office 11:30. More...

Time to check children’s immunization requirements

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Division of Immunization Services urges parents to take action to ensure children have the proper vaccinations before school starts. More...

FAMILY REUNIONS

SHAW The annual reunion of the decendants of James and Elizabeth Baird Shaw will be held Sunday, August 3, at Widmeyer Park in Hancock. Lunch will be served at 1 p.m. with the family furnishing the meat. SPIELMAN More...

Rainy weather slows local hay harvest, but farmers pleased with results

Rainy weather soaked Morgan County in June. While there was no doubt the rain helped the local hay crop grow, there was concern the rain would prevent farmers from mowing and harvesting the hay. More...

How to reach elected officials

State Governor Earl Ray Tomblin, Office of the Governor, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, WV 25305. Phone toll free: 1-888- 438-2731. E-mail: governor@wvgov.org More...

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