Vol. 41, No.51

February 2, 2016

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Elk River Foodland to
become Shoppers Value

After more than 35 years as a family owned Foodland franchise store, Elk River Foodland will be changing to Elk River Shopper’s Value. The announcement came from Doug Facemire and will only affect the local location of the seven grocery outlets owned and operated by Facemire Foods. “We converted our Huntington store to Shoppers Value about a year ago. It has been very well received by local residents of that area due to the lower everyday pricing structure that we offer customers. That is the main reason we are making the change in Braxton County… so we can give our loyal customers a better shopping value in their grocery items,” Facemire explained.


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Grand Jury indicts eight

On Tuesday, February 2, the February term of the Braxton County Grand Jury convened with the Honorable Richard A. Facemire Circuit Judge presiding. The jury returned indictments against eight individuals on a total of forty-one various charges.

County officials support young cancer victim

The Braxton County Commission and a number of other elected officials and county employees were dressed in their favorite superhero garb last Friday in support of Jack Rollins Superhero Day. The local participation coordinated by Edie Tichner and made for some light-hearted moments at the regular meeting of the Commission on February 5.


 

Educational audit report reveals
strengths and weaknesses at BCHS

During the fall of 2015, the Office of Educational Performance Audits (OEPA) visited with Braxton County Schools to perform and audit of the educational practices, facilities, administration, staff, and day to day procedures.

 

 

 

 

 

 




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