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Early voting locations approved
An order approving primary election early voting locations for Fayette County was signed Friday morning by the Fayette County Commission in its regular meeting.
NPS hosts wildfire investigation course
Fire rescue personnel from across the state gathered at the New River Gorge National River headquarters in Glen Jean last week to expand their knowledge on proper wildfire investigation procedures.
Initial autopsies of children show no sign of internal trauma
The bodies of a 3-month-old boy and his 1-year-old sister who were discovered unresponsive inside their Hilltop home by their mother Tuesday morning showed no signs of internal trauma, strangulation or suffocation in the initial autopsies performed Wednesday by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner, Fayette County Sheriff Steve Kessler reported Wednesday.
Food expo introduces producers to new markets
The West Virginia Department of Agriculture and WVU Extension Service, in partnership with the West Virginia Food and Farm Coalition, held a free “Preparing for Market” workshop Thursday at the Beckley Dream Center.
- Animal shelter benefit
Officials investigate deaths of two babies
The cause of the deaths of two children in Fayette County was undetermined Tuesday, and investigators said they won’t have more information until the State Medical Examiner’s Office releases a report.
The triumphs of the busy mom
I was asked to write an article highlighting the success of someone who had made a change for the better for their health. Believe it or not, I had trouble thinking of someone, and I work with people all the time who make positive health changes. But I just had one of those moments when I couldn’t pick any one story in particular.
- It’s coming
NPS ready to welcome volunteers
As southern West Virginians wait for spring, the National Park Service is preparing for warmer weather by searching for gardeners, history buffs, artists/youth workers and nature lovers who want to do a good deed or a community service project.
Commission supports grant, rivers initiative
The Fayette County Commission reviewed budgets for the county Tuesday, hearing from committees and individuals.
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