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Fayette schools need $136 million in upgrades
A major error in an architect’s report reveals that the total cost to upgrade school facilities in Fayette County rests at $136 million, nearly $14 million more than was reported at Monday’s Board of Education meeting. Addressing only the most critical needs will cost $46 million.
Free alert system updates available to residents
Fayette County residents can now sign up for a free alert system that will notify them of public safety and community information during emergencies.
Sharing the love
The Ansted Middle School Student Council organized a Locks of Love this past Saturday.
Rhayne coming to DuBois on Main
Author, singer, humorist and just plain fun person, Rhayne Thomas will be at DuBois on Main on Saturday, May 11, from 1 to 3 p.m.
State won’t be plagued by periodical cicadas
Photos from Periodical Cicada Brood II emergence has been in the news a lot lately, but West Virginia doesn’t have anything to worry about.
Training on blasting impacts, regulation to be held May 13 at SALS in Beards Fork
The Coalfield Environmental Health Project (CEHP) is hosting a training for residents of Fayette County to understand laws that regulate blasting on surface mines on Monday, May 13, at 6 p.m. in the SALS Community Center in Beards Fork.
Prospective petit jurors to report to court May 13
Danny Wright, Fayette County circuit clerk, has released the names of county residents chosen for petit jury duty for the next term of court.
The Fantastic 4Hers partner with American Red Cross
A new 4-H club — the Fantastic 4-Hers — is making contributions in town.
New River CTC offers tatting class
New River Community and Technical College will offer a one-day class in the traditional art of tatting on Saturday, May 25, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at New River’s Jefferson Office Park location in downtown Lewisburg.
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