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Award recognizes endangered historic property
At last month’s Fayetteville town council meeting, James Akers, mayor and chairperson of the Old Fayetteville High School Committee, was presented the West Virginia Endangered Historic Properties Recognition Award by Town Superintendent Bill Lanham, who accepted the award on behalf of the Town of Fayetteville in February at the Governor’s Office.
- Spring blooms
Staff needed for summer programs at adventure base
The traditional depiction of summer camp is elevated to an entirely different level when the Boy Scouts of America is involved.
Moving NRG Bridge? April Fools’ Day prank draws national attention
If you fell victim to a clever April Fools’ Day joke announcing the required dismantling and relocation of Fayetteville’s New River Gorge Bridge on Tuesday, rest assured that you weren’t the only gullible party.
Fayetteville Town Council Agenda for April 3
Meeting at Town Hall, 125 North Court Street
School calendar gets tentative OK
The Fayette County Board of Education submitted its 2014-2015 school calendar to the West Virginia Board of Education last week, and while preliminary approval has been granted, the calendar is still awaiting a final vote from the state board.
- Concentration and joy at Coda Mountain
Crews offer free home repairs in Fayette Co.
Oak Hill United Methodist Church will coordinate a housing repair ministry beginning in April to provide assistance to Fayette County residents who could benefit from home repairs.
Loup Creek VFD to the rescue for postal patrons after cutbacks
It won’t be making deliveries, but a local fire department has stepped in to help make it a little easier for residents to get their mail.
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