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- Progress 2014: Portraits
Winona sewer project to be a reality
A project that has been more than a decade in the making will soon become a reality for Fayette County’s small town of Winona.
Meadow Bridge school funding allocation issue clarified
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin did not veto the idea of giving Meadow Bridge High School money, an official says. There was never any money to give due to a mistake in the budget.
Oak Hill woman dies after house fire; information sought
One of the two women injured in a Sunday house fire in Fayette County has died, and investigators are seeking two men they call “persons of interest” in connection with the blaze, the Fayette County Sheriff’s Office said Tuesday.
Scarbro Garden Club celebrates 62 years
The Scarbro Garden Club held a monthly meeting on Feb. 21. Eleven members and four guests enjoyed a Dutch treat dinner at the Café One Ten in Oak Hill.
The 2014 progress edition, Portraits, published by the staffs of The Fayette Tribune and The Montgomery Herald, will be included in the Wednesday edition of the Herald and the Thursday edition of the Tribune.
Oak Hill Sanitary Board declines to sell sewer system
The Oak Hill Sanitary Board formally opposed a recent discussion involving the potential purchase of Oak Hill’s sewer system during its regular meeting on Wednesday.
Help offered to those who have experienced miscarriages, stillbirths and infant loss
Hospice of Southern West Virginia is teaming with the “One Step Closer” program to let families who have experienced a miscarriage, stillbirth or infant loss know there is help out there.
Oak Hill woman charged with arson
Beckley Police, aided by U.S. marshals, arrested an Oak Hill woman in connection with the Jan. 17 fire at Shooter’s Bar in Beckley.
DHHR announces emergency LIEAP funds
West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources Cabinet Secretary Karen L. Bowling last week announced the Bureau for Children and Families is now accepting Emergency Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) applications. To qualify, households must meet all program guidelines and be in an emergency situation that will disrupt the primary heating source if not met.
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