Fourth nine weeks
Principal’s honor roll
Kindergarten — Raegan Bringhurst, Ella Burford, Montana Carrico, Jordan Harris, Gavin Morris
First grade — Zayne Anderson, Abby Ball, Riley Bringhurst, Hunter Crist, Mirelle Hines, Braxton Keffer, Talan Laston-Vernon, Syler Mayfield, Broc Robinson, Emma Taylor, Shayla Wickline, Christan Wyatt
Second grade — Larry Bigham, RayAna Campbell, Donnie Carrico, Nicole Gilkerson, Reese Gray, Ty Gray, Taylor Keith, Bethany Shrewsbery
Third grade — Alex Huddleston
Fourth grade — Kenedy Anderson, Shannon Farrow, Eli Selvey, Tanner Skidmore, Leanne Smith
Fifth grade — Ian Bibb, Thaddaeus Jordan, Wyatt Wickline
Sixth grade — Taylor Asbury, Caleb Ball
Seventh grade — Patrick Baisi, Haylee Swafford
Eighth grade — Cassie Ball
Ninth grade — Katie Conelly, Alana Humphrey
Eleventh grade — Matthew DeLano
A honor roll
Second grade — Caden Ball, Bradlee Calvert, Kaleigha Reynolds, Courtney Taylor, Brooke Workman
Third grade — Leonard Farrow
Fourth grade — Makayla Chambers, Teah Hundley, Treasure Young
Fifth grade — Nathan Bloomfield
Sixth grade — Steven Sparks
Seventh grade — Lydia Jordan, Madison Prichard
Eighth grade — Destiny Bowe, Caden Carr, Tristan Swafford
Tenth grade — Cheyenne Lilly
Eleventh grade — Jonathan Aliff, Hannah Vicars
Twelfth grade — Melody Hill
B honor roll
Kindergarten — Lilli Clonch, Isaac Gilkerson, Brianna Hundley, Chrissa Mayfield
Second grade — Hannah Canterbury, Elle Harris, Moses Manns, Zoe McManaway, Gabriel Truman
Third grade — Kayla Wyatt, Savannah Bigham, Stephen Chambers, Titus Carr, Jarrett Nuckols, Ashlee Taylor, Coltyn Taylor, Lucas Whaples
Fifth grade — Zavery McManaway, Micah Vicars
Sixth grade — Bethany Anderson, Zhanayea’ Christian, Abraham Farrow, Emily Hundley, Josie Thornton
Seventh grade — Chase Hughart, Leslie Payne, Kaelea Smith
Eighth grade — Brooke Davis, Lauren Harvey, Fabrizio Jones, Zoe Prevost, Noah Shrewsbery, Katie Skaggs, Emilie Underwood
Ninth grade — Erin McGrady
Tenth grade — Caleb Kenney, Katlyn Stover
Eleventh grade — Delaney Carrico, Casey Rule-Hayes
Twelfth grade — Lydia Pennington
Fourth nine weeks
- Local News
State Police: Meth problem seen as ‘more widespread than we thought’
West Virginia State Police uncovered nine active methamphetamine laboratories and three “meth dumps” in southern West Virginia in the past month and arrested 32 people on related charges, officials announced Friday.
Unseen scars often as painful as ones seen
In economics, the first lesson I teach my pupils is the lesson of things that are seen and things that are not seen. Actions produce some effects that are readily apparent and others that are not.
Dogged journalism is a blessing, not a curse
Let’s start with the obvious: A democracy needs intelligence agencies. It needs to know what’s happening in the world — and understand the plans of allies and enemies — to keep the nation prepared and secure.
- Cold and snowy Thanksgiving
Officials release identity of drowning victim
A Pax father drowned last Monday in New River after his canoe capsized, National Park Service officials announced.
Sherwin-Williams christens Oak Hill location
A new Sherwin-Williams Paint Stores establishment opened its doors to the public on Tuesday.
“We’re very excited to be in the community,” said Jordan Smith, store manager. “We felt like we wanted to invest in this community.”
- Community calendar — Monday, December 2, 2013
Santa Claus is coming to SALS
Come and enjoy breakfast with Santa.
Scholar gathers wetland research methods for three-volume book series
A West Virginia University scholar has seen a niche and filled it in the field of wetlands research techniques.
Fayette native retires after impressive career at NASA
Apollo 11, the first lunar landing mission.
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