Posted: Monday, Sep 29th, 2014
GRAFTON, "All Aboard Grafton" is a name suggested for the local civil group meeting every Thursday in conjunction with Turn This Town Around. Nearly 30 members of the group were present during the last Taylor County Commission meeting to inform the commission of their success, and to invite them to participate in what promises to be a lasting success ...more
Posted: Friday, Sep 26th, 2014
GRAFTON, Sci-fi has come to The Hive Network. Aname fans have been watching programs such as Sword Art Online, a series that takes place in the near future that focuses on a virtual reality world, and wondered how soon such a game would be available. Thanks to the continued devotion to the gaming industry, and their ability to ...more
Posted: Wednesday, Sep 24th, 2014
GRAFTON, "Patting and digging; the seeds are sewn, excited to see what they have grown. Gently picking a vegetable or two, proud of their harvest the whole year through."
Flemington Elementary School (FES) students planted above ground gardens over the summer. Through hard work and nurturing, the garden produced enough vegetables for several gourmet feasts. ...more
Posted: Monday, Sep 22nd, 2014
GRAFTON - Marsha Slaven worked hard once again this year to pull together another tremendous Constitution Day Program. With City Council Chambers nearly filled with Grafton High School's AP Government students, local dignitaries, business owners and citizens, Taylor County celebrated the anniversary of the Constitution's signing.
Jason C. Pizatella, Esquire, Deputy Chief of Staff to West Virginia Governor ...more
Posted: Friday, Sep 19th, 2014
PRUNTYTOWN, The West Virginia National Cemetery in Pruntytown has a new director.
Brian Keith Barnes became the new director August 25, after graduating from The National Cemetery Director Intern Program out of Missouri.
Barnes held a position as Cemetery Representative at the Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery for a year and before that he was a representative at ...more