Vol. 44, No. 37

September 11, 2018

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WV State Auditor makes
presentation to Commission


Proclamation, Cannon Rededication and lots more included in busy Friday session


State Auditor John B. McCuskey was one of the first to appear before the Braxton County Commission at their regular meeting last Friday, September 7. The Auditor gave a slide presentation to the Commission outlining the new system the state is utilizing to promote transparency in state spending. He showed how expenditures are posted to a public web site in real time and can be accessed by the public. He explained the advantages of making the spending of public money easier to obtain.


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Sutton man charged with attempted murder


Sutton resident, Thomas Junior Shaw was arrested in Lewis County and charged with attempted murder, malicious assault on government representative, attempting to disarm, fleeing on foot, and two counts each of battery on officer and obstructing an officer.

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Board of Education hold latest meeting

The Braxton County Board of Education conducted their most recent regular meeting on September 4 at the board office. The meeting was called to order by President Jill Cooper at 6:00 pm with the Pledge of Allegiance. Vice President Dave Hoover provided a nondenominational prayer. Other board members present were Bradley Shingler, Dolores Wright, and DeAnna Whipkey.

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Grant County leads in new
business growth for August

Braxton falls in top ten

Grant County led in new business growth for August 2018 with a total of nine new businesses, according to the West Virginia Secretary of State’s Office.

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BC Athletic Commission
soliciting new board members

The Braxton County Athletic Expansion Commission, Inc. is recruiting new Board of Directors’ members. Anyone interested in serving on the Board of Directors or for more information, should contact Evelyn Post at 304-439-1863 or Vicky Murphy at 304-364-8600.
The Athletic Expansion Commission was created a few years ago with the goal of building a major sports facility to serve our youth and the community at large. The group was able to raise several dollars but the majority of those dollars were returned to the original donors upon request; however, there are still funds left over from those who chose to leave their donation with the group. The Board would like to recruit interested individuals to serve as Board members to take this goal forward.
The only qualification to serve is a genuine desire to move forward and work hard towards improving the athletic facilities in Braxton County. If new Board members are not recruited, the corporation will be dissolved and the remaining funds will be donated to an athletic facility.

 

 

 

 




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