Vol. 45, No. 11

March 12, 2019

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Rose wins opportunity
to complete research

By Shirley Shuman
Logan Rose, a freshman at Marshall University, and a 2018 graduate of Braxton County High School, recently received an award to complete research at Middle Tennessee State University for two months this summer.


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Board finalizes procedure for hiring new superintendent

The Braxton County Board of Education conducted a special meeting on April 10 to finalize the process for the hiring of the new superintendent. That process will include community participation in the decision making process.

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Boy Scout Troop 135
sweep Elk Street sidewalks

By Shirley Shuman
Those who are out and about in downtown Gassaway late this afternoon and early evening will see some members of Boy Scout Troop 135 sweeping the Elk Street sidewalks and picking up trash.

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Seven area residents enter pleas in Circuit Court

The Honorable Richard A. Facemire recently completed several court orders in the Braxton County Circuit Court.

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Number 4 senior plans
elementary education career

Kelly Houghton, who ranks fourth among the 2019 BCHS graduating class, plans to become an elementary school teacher. “I have a passion for learning,” she said, “and want to help others succeed and want to learn as much as I do.” The daughter of Gary and Peggy Houghton, she plans to attend West Virginia Wesleyan College to earn her degree in elementary education.

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