• Walk-In planned for Jan. 9

    Today WV Governor Jim Justice is scheduled to deliver his State of the State address. WV teachers chose this day to hold a Walk-In to remind Justice and the WV Legislature that the fight is not over.

  • New federal law makes hospital prices public

    On a regular basis, many people leave the hospital wondering exactly how much the service they just received will cost them. This will soon be changed thanks to a new law about to come into effect.

  • Felony charges against four dropped, pleas entered to lesser charges

    Felony charges against four have been dropped by the office of the Lewis County Prosecuting Attorney, with all defendants pleading to lesser misdemeanor charges as part of plea bargain agreements.

  • Upcoming Weston City Elections

    The time is quickly approaching for Weston residents to be able to file their intent to run for one of the five available slots in city government. Elections will be held in June 2019 to elect a mayor, as well as four council positions.

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New officer is sworn in

Lewis County Courthouse Security Guard Virgil Miller was sworn in as a Lewis County Sheriff’s Deputy at the first Lewis County Commission of 2019. Miller will be filling the vacancy left by Chad Moneypenny, who is on military active duty but will return.

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Felony charges against four dropped, pleas entered to lesser charges

Felony charges against four have been dropped by the office of the Lewis County Prosecuting Attorney, with all defendants pleading to lesser misdemeanor charges as part of plea bargain agreements.

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Appeal filed in Conaway case

An appeal was filed with the WV State Supreme Court on Jan. 7 in the Lena Lunsford Conaway case.

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Local resident charged with falsely reporting emergency

A woman from Elkins was arrested in Lewis County after giving false information to police after calling to report a crime. Sheena Simpkins, age 20 from Elkins, was arrested on Jan. 14 and charged with misdemeanor falsely reporting an emergency incident.

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Two given jail time on unrelated charges

Amber Eberly, 32, of Fairview Circle, Sutton, was charged with shoplifting, driving while license was suspended or revoked, and no vehicle insurance by Cpl. M.S. Clark, WVSP, on Nov. 19, 2018.

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Local resident charged with falsely reporting emergency

A woman from Elkins was arrested in Lewis County after giving false information to police after calling to report a crime. Sheena Simpkins, age 20 from Elkins, was arrested on Jan. 14 and charged with misdemeanor falsely reporting an emergency incident.

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New officer is sworn in

Lewis County Courthouse Security Guard Virgil Miller was sworn in as a Lewis County Sheriff’s Deputy at the first Lewis County Commission of 2019. Miller will be filling the vacancy left by Chad Moneypenny, who is on military active duty but will return.

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W.Va. Strawberry Festival Photography Exhibit Accepting Contest Entries

The Buckhannon Upshur Camera Club, in concert with the West Virginia Strawberry Festival, announce the 2017 Photography Contest guidelines. Amateur adult and youth photographers alike are invited to prepare photos to be displayed in the following classes

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Two Women Support “A Day Without a Woman”

Linda Kennedy and Kara Vaneck, Lewis County residents, were the only two women to come out to support International Women’s Day “A Day Without a Women” in Lewis County. “A Day Without a Woman” was an organized movement on National Women’s Day which symbo

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    Lady Patriots take two from South Harrison

    The Lady Patriots traveled to South Harrison on Tuesday, January 8. The JV squadshot the ball well and rolled to a 46-8 win,

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    Maids JV wins two games

    The Lewis County Maids JV basketball team was on the road on back to back nights when they traveled to Clay County and Grafton for a pair of games.

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    Maids take 3 games in 5 days

    The Lewis County Maids faced four games in five days during the past week of varsity basketball action. The Maids would have success during the four games as they would come out of it with three wins and only one loss.

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    Lack of mental health care in schools cause for concern

    Lack of mental health care in schools is a growing problem in West Virginia and in Lewis County. Lewis County Schools Psychologist Britainey Cooper said in a statement that the school system employs one mental health specialist, one school psychologist, seven school counselors, and two behavior specialists.

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    Two given jail time on unrelated charges

    Amber Eberly, 32, of Fairview Circle, Sutton, was charged with shoplifting, driving while license was suspended or revoked, and no vehicle insurance by Cpl. M.S. Clark, WVSP, on Nov. 19, 2018.

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    LC First holds first meeting of 2019

    LC First discussed upcoming projects for 2019 at their meeting on Jan. 3 at the Lewis County Senior Center. Longtime member, Ray Smith, who was present for the group’s founding, said they need to ensure their projects can be completed in a timely manner.

  • Obituaries

    Arthur “Cap” Paul CapoBianco Jr.

    Arthur “Cap” Paul CapoBianco Jr., 71, of Horner passed away January 1, 2019 at the United Hospital Center in Bridgeport, WV.

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    Arthur “Cap” Paul CapoBianco Jr.

    Arthur “Cap” Paul CapoBianco Jr., 71, of Horner passed away January 1, 2019 at the United Hospital Center in Bridgeport, WV.

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