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Souped up to serve: Potter’s Bowl to give Good Shepherd’s work a lift

When hungry crowds show up Friday for Good Shepherd Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers’ annual Potter’s Bowl, they’ll enjoy a great meal, but organizers say the event’s payoffs will last much longer.

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A LANDMARK’S new chapter

Imagine turning 50 and getting a makeover that leaves you looking better than ever.

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Todd Hough of Oakwood Farm, a fourth-generation dairy farmer, said he was raised on raw milk.

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Impact fee cuts a must,  leaders say

ounty residents will get a chance to weigh in on the dust-up between the County Commission and the school board when commissioners host a public hearing on its plan to cut impact fees for new homebuilders on Monday.

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Public asked to weigh in on search for schools chief

Parents, teachers, community members and others are being asked to share their opinions on what characteristics and skills
Jefferson County Schools’ next superintendent should possess.

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What do West Virginians think about legislation that would allow anyone 18 and older to carry a concealed weapon without a permit?

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A civil life

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A civil life

James Tolbert remembers when his neighbors along Academy Street owned their own homes, when they tended to vegetable gardens in their backyards and when the businesses and bars and pool halls that lined South West Street bustled with activity on Friday and Saturday nights.

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Crash victim ‘generous with time and talents’

A 32-year-old Shepherdstown man whose car crashed on his way home from work Feb. 17 is being remembered for his contributions to the American Conservation Film Festival and other community efforts.

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School board president Scott Sudduth says the $100 million spent in Jefferson County on new schools and school renovations since 2007 wouldn’t have happened if the county commission hadn’t implemented impact fees.

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Jefferson County Commissioner Walt Pellish said he is confident that the decision last week by the commission to cut impact fees will reap dividends in the form of new building and increased revenue.

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