Third six weeks
Principal’s — Gavyn Allport, Summer Armstrong, Sarah Bays, Lily Bostic, Arabella Burdette, Corbin Campbell, Isabella Carte, Sierra Clark, Jenna Cooper, Autumn Fox, Logan Harper, Lydia Harrell, Hannah Hundley, Makenzie Kessler, Ada Lively, Renee Parks, Jacob Perdue, Taylor Perry, Leora Slater, Holly Sorrent, Jolee Stephenson, James Whitlock, Jamin Workman
Exemplary — Brandon Armstrong, Jacob Armstrong, Brooklyn Bowles, Jaspine Brown, Dylan Buckland, Hailey Carte, Kalli Carte, Erikah Chittum, Jeannie Coffman, Covey Critchley, Alexandra Ellison, Jarred Ellison, Cierra Franklin, Nathan Galeana, Taylor Harrell, Allison Haynes, Kaitlyn Haynes, Ashton Hicks, Kayla Higginbotham, Aden Isaacs, Kyleigh Jackson, Angel Millican, Serena Minor, Autumn Moore, Zachary Moores, David Neal, Caleb Perkins, Matthew Pridemore, Ayden Simms, Leah Strunk
Outstanding — Jedidiah Anderson, Earnest Arthur, Ayden Baker, Colton Bennett, Sara Bess, Alyssa Burdette, Karisma Burdette, Beau Campbell, Emily Clark, Joshua Coney, Joey Cooper, Jenna Crickenberger, Joshua Dickerson, Ryan Friend, Gage Jaquet, Trista Kuhn, Caleb McCune, Blake Millican, Elizabeth Mitchell, Carter Nuckols, William Parrish, Gracie Ramsey, Peyton Sheaves, Austin Simms, Zephaniah Simms, Kayla Terry, Beau Thompson, Robert Troxell, Colton Yoder
3rd grade — Kiersten Hildebrand, Paige Neal, Jason Richmond, Chezney Skaggs
4th grade — Julia Yarber, Lykota Goodson
3rd grade — Warren Bryant, Nathaniel Crowder, Tommy Morton, Elijah Honaker, Taylor Sharp, Kaylee Underwood
4th grade — Gracia Keen, Sydney McGraw, Amelia Corner, Matthew Bradford, Emily Rollins, Savannah Keenan, Bradon Bush
3rd grade — Jenna Cone, Tyler Timmerman, Krystian Kennedy
4th grade — None
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Laird makes plea to save county golf course
Officials in Fayette County are trying to keep a landmark recreational destination away from the state chopping block as lawmakers grapple with a $265 million budgetary shortfall.
Rockefeller reflects on 50 years of support for W.Va. families
Meeting with advocates who are on the frontlines in supporting West Virginia families, Senator Jay Rockefeller said a lot has been accomplished in his 50 years of public service — but that there is more work to do, if all families in the state are to be given all possible chances to succeed.
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Fayette mother accused of forging doctor’s excuses
A Fayette County mother faces prison time after allegedly forging doctor’s excuses to avoid a misdemeanor truancy charge.
- Mount Hope fun
HFT announces its 2014 season
The year 2014 brings exciting new opportunities to the Historic Fayette Theater. Once again, Main Stage shows will form the core of the presentations, while special programming comprises the Second Season. These shows are designated as Second Season because they are often pre-cast and offer HFT regulars new opportunities.
Help offered for ACA enrollment
March 31 is the final deadline to apply for private health insurance coverage through the Individual Marketplace created by the Affordable Care Act.
Going to the fair
Several area students participated in last Saturday’s Fayette County Social Studies Fair at Oak Hill High School.
Local food producers highlighted
The West Virginia Food and Farm Coalition will host an exhibition of local food producers in the Beckley/southern West Virginia area March 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Dream Center.
Symphony, chorus spring season begins March 3
The spring season of the New River Youth Symphony & Chorus opens on Monday, March 3 at Oak Hill High School and musicians and singers are welcome to join.
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