Posted: Monday, Oct 12th, 2015
BLUEVILLE - For in the art of Shotokan karate, it is not the color of the belt around your waist that makes you a success, what does make you a success; however, is how well and true you pass on the knowledge that you have come to possess to those who follow you down the Shotokan road.
Today, there are ...more
Posted: Friday, Oct 9th, 2015
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS - Of the 67 West Virginia Hospital Association member hospitals and health systems in West Virginia, Grafton City Hospital Auxiliary's Carrie Fitzwater was selected as the 2015 Volunteer of the Year State Winner and the 2015 Volunteer of the Year Northwestern District.
On October 1, Carrie traveled to The Greenbrier, in White Sulphur Springs, to attend ...more
Posted: Wednesday, Oct 7th, 2015
GRAFTON, A unique twist to the Tuesday Sue Davis Case took place during her sentencing hearing yesterday afternoon, as Taylor County Prosecuting Attorney John Bord informed the court that all of her family, including her deceased husband's father, requested that Davis receive probation. "They have all asked that I make a recommendation of probation; however, a man was killed. ...more
Posted: Monday, Oct 5th, 2015
GRAFTON, In addition to its "Four Way Test", Rotary International focuses heavily on helping others through various missionary efforts. Grafton Rotary President Ed Westfall expressed, during last Wednesday's meeting, that Mahatma Gandhi must have been a Rotarian, as he made statements like, "The best way to find yourself, is to lose yourself in the service to others."
Wednesday's program ...more
Posted: Friday, Oct 2nd, 2015
GRAFTON - Nearly 60 Taylor County Technical Center Building Maintenance and Operations, and Carpentry students have been working to build a 23x80 storage building on the Grafton High School campus.
In July, John Bord presented the proposal to the Taylor County Board of Education, on behalf of the Friends of McKinney Field, for the installation of the storage ...more
Posted: Wednesday, Sep 30th, 2015
GRAFTON - Taylor County Board of Education President Austin Upton called the September 22 regular meeting to order in the cafeteria at Anna Jarvis Elementary School.
Faculty Senate representative Lisa Satterfield and Local School Improvement Council (LSIC) representative Cindy Rubenstein addressed the board sharing numerous improvements, goals and future events being planned for the elementary school.