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Around the State:  Hiking trail started in ’74 nears completion

UNION – Forty years after its start, volunteers are nearly done carving out the Allegheny Trail, a 330-mile hiking path that runs from the West Virginia-Pennsylvania border near Bruceton Mills to a junction with the Appalachian Trail not far from this Monroe County town. Members of the West Virginia Scenic Trails Association have been working […]

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POLICE Watch

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Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office   March 4 9:15 a.m. Bunny Court, FPO violation, under investigation 12:09 p.m. Flowing Springs Road, larceny, destruction of property, under investigation 2:00 p.m. Huyett Road, traffic accident, report taken 2:40 p.m. W.Va. 45, traffic accident, report taken 11:53 p.m. Charles Town Road, traffic accident, report taken 11:53 p.m. Charles Town […]

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EDITORIAL

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For lobbyists, W.Va. is business heaven More than a few commentators have remarked that this year’s legislative session appears like one big missed opportunity that took 60 days to play out. Indeed, even as lawmakers crafted a decent bill to regulate above-ground storage tanks, it took them little time to forget what larger lesson might have […]

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Other viewS

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W.Va. economic outlook better than many think Our Economic Outlook 2014 special report last week brought home our long-held belief that the future of the state is brighter than many people think. The in-depth look at the present, and predictions for a future for southern West Virginia that is less-dependent on extractive industries, was revealing. […]

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Espinosa deserves thanks for vote Fighting fraud and abuse in state government – or wherever it may be found – is of paramount importance. The West Virginia Business & Industry Council – comprised of more than 60 state trade associations and businesses representing over 395,000 workers – is committed to eradicating fraud for the good of […]

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New Rotarians

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Andrew McMillan is the newest member of the Rotary Club of Shepherdstown while Arlene Fernandez-Anderson has been welcomed as a new member of the Rotary Club of Charles Town. McMillan’s induction ceremony was part of the club’s March 4 breakfast at the Bavarian Inn. McMillan has lived in Shepherdstown since 2012, when he became the chief operating officer for Jefferson […]

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Engagement

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Engagement

Kirby-Cassidy John and Rebecca Kirby of Charles Town announce the engagement of their daughter, Amy Ayres Kirby, to Thomas Michael Cassidy, son of Thomas and Alice Cassidy of Hamilton, Va. Kirby is a graduate of Jefferson High and Louisiana State University, where she earned a dual bachelor’s degree in anthropology and criminology. Cassidy is a graduate of Loudoun Valley (Va.) High and Randolph […]

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The big picture

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The big picture
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EDITOR’S NOTE

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