Vol. 45, No. 08

February 19, 2019

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BCHS members chosen for WVU Honors Band

Four members of the Braxton County High band played in the annual WVU Honors Band concert Sunday, February 10. Siarah Conrad, Kelly Houghton, Cassie Hyre, and James McChesney, accompanied by band director John Kimble, were in Morgantown from Thursday evening through Sunday for rehearsals and the concert.


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Commission proclaims
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Cancer Awareness Month

One of the first to speak to the Braxton County Commission at their regular meeting last Friday, February 15 was Evelyn Post. Her purpose was to request that the Commission designate the Month of March as Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month in the county. Post explained that local designation would coincide with state-wide recognition recently proclaimed by Governor Jim Justice. Post also elaborated on her personal commitment to the cause since the dreaded disease has recently claimed her daughter Pam. Commissioner Lisa Godwin made the motion to approve the request.

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Several area residents appear in Circuit Court

Several Braxton County Circuit Court hearings have recently been completed by the Honorable Judge Richard A. Facemire. Braxton County Prosecuting Attorney Jasmine R.H. Morton represented the state during the proceedings.

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GSC aims to impact teacher
shortages in Braxton County

In an effort to address the growing teacher shortage in West Virginia, Glenville State College is doing their part to fill vacancies through a “Home Grown” approach.

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Dominion Energy donates $20,000 to Mountaineer Food Bank

Mountaineer Food Bank received a $20,000.00 grant from Dominion Energy to help support Mountaineer Food Bank’s Project Harvest. “Through this grant, Dominion Energy is reaching across the state to support better access to nutritional food for community members in our service areas,” Christine Mitchell, external affairs representative for Dominion Energy said. “By their efforts, the Mountaineer Foodbank will reach 10,000 children and adults suffering from food insecurity in nearly every county in W.Va.,” Mitchell added.

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