• K-9 Unit Already Hard at Work

    On May 20, Nero, a dutch shepherd canine, joined the Weston Police Force, as the newest and furriest officer. Corporal Eric Riddle, with the Weston Police Department, along with Chief Josh Thomas had wanted a K-9 unit for quite a while. Riddle was able

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LC Fair to Host Firemen’s Challenge

This year the Lewis County Fair will host a firemen’s challenge, including bucket brigades, hose challenges, water challenges and more. The challenge is open to any fire department in West Virginia and will test their skills as firefighters. Another o

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Therapy Services Offers Summer Camp for Youngsters

Therapy Services in Weston is holding a summer day camp focusing on speech and occupational therapy. The camp is held one day a week, with the last two sessions on July 5 and 18. Nine children were at camp June 27, and two rooms were set up with differe

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Crews Respond to Two Motor Vehicle Accidents

Jane Lew and Weston volunteer fire departments were called to the scene of a single vehicle accident on Berlin Road last week.

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Felony Charge Dismissed Against Weston Man

A felony third offense domestic assault charge was dismissed against Zachery M. Mealey, 24, of Glendale Road, Weston after he entered into a plea agreement with the state and pleaded guilty to a lesser misdemeanor charge. Mealey was charged with the felo

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Helmick Retires After 32 Years at Assessor’s Office

A reception was held last week in the Lewis County Assessor’s Office for Deputy Assessor Joyce Helmick, who is retiring after 32 years of service to county residents. Helmick said that it’s time to say good-bye, adding a brief statement about her time the

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    Maids Make All-Conference Teams

    To Say that the 2017 Lewis County High School Maids Softball team had a good year would be an understatement. While compiling a record of 16-7 overall with an 11-1 conference record (their only conference loss going to Liberty in a close game), the girl

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    West Virginian

    Can I just say, I love West Virginia? In a lot of ways I feel very privileged to have grown up here. I think my childhood is one that would be envious to anyone around the country or around the world. I grew up with two doting parents on a farm in Upshur

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    Peyton’s Pet Show

    I attended Peyton’s Pet Show and Blessing last Sunday at Willow Creek Park in Weston. It was great for me, because I love animals, and also because I talked to Peyton, who is the type of person we should all want to be. Peyton’s mom, Brianne, told me t

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    The importance of voting

    Last week, Jane Lew held their town election, which was an interesting election to witness, for many reasons.

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    Memories

    Memory! Growing older has seemed to erode my memory more and more. I can remember things from my childhood, like a poem my mom modified for me.

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    Summer Food Program Adds New Location

    The Lewis County Summer Food Program serves hundreds of meals throughout Lewis County during the summer months, when children are not in school, to help ensure no child will go hungry.

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    Food Handlers Cards a Must For Many

    The Lewis County Health Department (LCHD) would like to remind everyone that, if they are working at a restaurant, special event or any non-profit fundraising organizations, and are handling food in any way, that they must have a valid and updated food ha