— Leadership Fayette County representatives recently visited all Fayette County High Schools handing out applications to current sophomores. The program, which will enter its 13th year next fall, focuses on developing public speaking skills, group skills, leadership tactics, introduces participants to opportunities in the local economy, lasts throughout a student’s junior year of high school, and provides $1,000 college stipends to its graduates. Here, members of the Leadership Fayette County class are pictured with Judge John W. Hatcher Jr. LFC applications must be submitted no later than May 9 and may be obtained by e-mailing the program chair Dave Pollard at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by stopping by the Fayette County Chamber of Commerce.
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New River Gorge Regional Development Authority looks to develop ‘mega-site’
Local leaders are looking for a large return on the region’s major assets — four-lane highways and the Raleigh County Memorial Airport — in the form of a 500-acre Mega-Site, which could attract a bumper crop of economic engines in technology, cognitive science, clean energy and manufacturing industries.
Lions’ annual style, variety show Friday
The Oak Hill Lions Club’s 71st annual Style and Variety Show is slated for 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 11 at the Oak Hill High School Auditorium. Admission is $2.
Fayette law enforcement deals with tax filing scam
According to a release from Sheriff Steve Kessler, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office is investigating a scam involving the filing of false tax returns.
NRGRDA seeking to educate area residents on historic preservation
It’s said that those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
Three Rivers responds to eagle’s latest needs
One local 8-year-old just can’t catch a break. First, she got hit by a train. After that, she got hit by a car.
Award recognizes endangered historic property
At last month’s Fayetteville town council meeting, James Akers, mayor and chairperson of the Old Fayetteville High School Committee, was presented the West Virginia Endangered Historic Properties Recognition Award by Town Superintendent Bill Lanham, who accepted the award on behalf of the Town of Fayetteville in February at the Governor’s Office.
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Staff needed for summer programs at adventure base
The traditional depiction of summer camp is elevated to an entirely different level when the Boy Scouts of America is involved.
Moving NRG Bridge? April Fools’ Day prank draws national attention
If you fell victim to a clever April Fools’ Day joke announcing the required dismantling and relocation of Fayetteville’s New River Gorge Bridge on Tuesday, rest assured that you weren’t the only gullible party.
Fayetteville Town Council Agenda for April 3
Meeting at Town Hall, 125 North Court Street
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