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“Go forth, and do!”

Posted: Monday, Jul 6th, 2015
PRUNTYTOWN, July 1 not only saw the beginning of a new month, but the beginning of new leadership in Taylor County Schools,
Early Wednesday morning, twelve of Kathy Green's Alpha Delta Kappa's Delta Chapter sorority sisters came bearing gifts to cheer Green on, as she undertook her first day as Superintendent for Taylor County Schools.
"What a surprise!

Taylor County Board of Education bids farewell to Bob Maynard

Posted: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
PRUNTYTOWN, The 2015/2016 school year will see quite a few changes in Taylor County … a new Superintendent, Kathy Green; a new Assistant Superintendent, Pam Gallaher; and Principal Matt Keener will move from West Taylor Elementary School to the Taylor County Middle School. But, with all the excitement from the upcoming changes and the development of a new school

Multiple-vehicle accident on Rt. 119 N.

Modified: Monday, Jun 29th, 2015
Emergency crews were surprised to arrive on scene, of what was a reported one-car accident, with the vehicle on its top, Friday. Upon arrival, they found a pickup in the ditch, a smashed-up sedan, and a coal truck on its side. Both the Taylor and Flemington EMS were on scene and transported patients. Also on scene was

Safety Day at TCMS a huge success!

Posted: Friday, Jun 26th, 2015
PRUNTYTOWN, Safety is an enormous concern of every sound-minded individual. Unfortunately, the choices made don't always follow the safe path. The Progressive Agriculture Foundation, State Farm, Taylor County Farm Bureau, and several local agencies united their efforts earlier this month to sponsor Farm Safety Day.
According to literature presented, it has been 20 years since the formation of

Celebrating 100 years of 4-H camping

Posted: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
FETTERMAN - In 2015, WVU Extension Service celebrates the 100th anniversary of 4-H camping, a legacy that began in 1915, when a small group of boys and girls gathered at Jackson Crouch's farm in Randolph County for the world's first 4-H camp, "Camp Good Luck." 4-H camping in Taylor County started in 1928, in the Lost Run area.

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