Pineville police nab Georgia men on drug charges
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Blackwell named Distinguished West Virginian
- WEHS Lady Warriors will lead Labor Day parade - 8:50 pm
- Meadows named Emergency Manager of the Year - 7:28 pm
- Safety first: MTO now in third year - 5:52 pm
- County fourth in state in unemployment - 4:41 pm
- Senators announce funds for overdose surveillance - 4:37 pm
- Attorney General warns of scam - 4:03 pm
- WVU program takes aim at healthier lifestyle in McDowell - 4:00 pm
- Pineville council discusses festival, uniforms - 3:15 pm updated: 3:15 pm.
- Drug issue: Prosecutor, One Voice director express views - 10:30 am updated: 10:30 am.
- Morgan is Teacher of the Year - 7:53 pm
- Allen named Service Personnel of the Year - 7:48 pm
- Fire Department honored - 6:41 pm
- One killed in ATV accident - 8:08 pm
- EDA budget still undetermined - 9:17 pm
- Commission, CVB discuss funds distribution - 7:58 pm
- Senator applauds funding for HIDTA response - 4:00 pm updated: 4:00 pm.
- Patrols will increase to seek impaired drivers - 3:57 pm
- Arts interest group meets at MOC - 3:44 pm
- BOE hears report on test scores - 2:34 pm
- Two arrested in hit-and-run case - 2:27 pm
- County schools will use MTO for third year - 11:49 am
- School menus announced - 11:45 am updated: 11:45 am.
- CU is weight management site for PEIA - 11:43 am
- Two arrested in hit-and-run fatality - 2:09 pm updated: 4:02 pm.
- BOE hears report on test results - 7:53 pm
- Manchin applauds funding for HIDTA - 3:12 pm
- Meadows first and only director at 911 Center - 10:55 pm
- Employees, students return to school - 7:31 pm
- 4-H club for teens to be formed - 6:38 pm
- Civil War Days moving to Twin Falls - 4:33 pm
- State improves in election index - 11:53 am
- PSC advice: Call before you dig - 11:51 am
- Concord’s Stuff the Bus aids children in need - 11:47 am
- Southern offers Powersports Technology program - 11:42 am
- Southern to offer Powersports Technology Program - 9:26 pm
- Man arrested for battery - 10:10 pm
- Police chase, arrest men on drug charges - 9:48 pm
- Greenhouse goes up at Career Center - 8:01 pm
- Adult Education graduates honored - 6:55 pm
- Concord now enrolling for fall semester - 4:37 pm
- Clay tops BIG map - 4:31 pm
- MU contributes nearly $400 million to state economy - 4:27 pm
- One Voice founder talks to commission - 4:16 pm
- Public higher education institutions have economic impact - 2:53 pm
- Meeting on the arts scheduled - 2:49 pm
- Pineville PD issues July report - 2:06 pm
- Man faces battery charges - 3:59 pm
- Sheriff releases July report - 11:23 pm
- Museum collecting ghost stories, legends for book - 10:54 pm
- Senators announce funding for DHHS - 4:38 pm
Morgan is Teacher of the Year
Michele M. Morgan, an educator at Pineville Middle, is the Wyoming County Teacher of the Year.Morgan (front row, second from left) received a $1,000 c...
Allen named Service Personnel of the Year
The Wyoming County Board of Education honored Linda Allen, secretary at Berlin McKinney Elementary, as the Service Personnel of the Year on Monday eve...
One killed in ATV accident
A Hanover man was killed another injured in an ATV accident last Saturday.According to Wyoming County Sheriff C.S. Parker, Josh Neace of Hanover was d...
EDA budget still undetermined
The Wyoming County Economic Development Authority is still waiting to find out what it’s budget will be for the fiscal year.,The EDA board met l...
Commission, CVB discuss funds distribution
The Wyoming County Commission and a representative of the Convention and Business Bureau discussed how funds from the hotel/motel tax should be distri...
Golf: East, Westside off to solid starts
Wyoming East and Westside are both off to strong starts in golf.The Warriors, AA state runners-up last year, are 24-2-1. They have won a tournament in...
Renegades dominate Liberty
Westside coach Darren Thomas was hoping for a strong start. He got one.The Renegades walloped Liberty, 44-0, on Friday night, thier most lopsided win ...
On the course
058Wyoming East golf is off to a 24-2-1 start this season. The Warriors are led by head coach Robert “Doc” Warner (right) and Kevin Heding...
Miners rout East
The first play from scrimmage told the story in Mingo Central’s season-opening win at Wyoming East on Friday night.Quarterback Jeremy Dillon fou...
Warrior golf hosts match
Wyoming East golf hosted a tri-match with Westside and Oak Hill at Twin Falls on Wednesday afternoon.Read more in the Aug. 31 issue of the Independent...
MULTIMEDIA - PHOTO STORE
Pineville Independent HeraldWednesday, August 31, 2016Vol 107 No 3410 pages, one sectionPage OneFront Page flagPIH083116teasers (football, Pineville r...
Masons meetPineville Masonic Lodge No. 138 conducts meetings on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month. All brethren are encouraged to attend e...
Pineville Independent HeraldWednesday, Aug. 24, 2016Vol 107 No 33Ten Pages, one sectionPage OneFront Page FlagPIH082416teasers (library, football)Temp...
Time to party
Children who participated in the Summer Reading Program at the Oceana Public Library celebrated with a party. The top readers received cash prizes and...
Highway cleanup planned
On Saturday, September 10 Rural Appalachian Improvement League (RAIL) will be sponsoring its second Adopt-A-Highway clean-up. Volunteers will meet at ...
Arts group to meet Sept. 6
Attention artisans and musicians of Wyoming County have a chance to share their talent talent with the rest of the county and state. The Wyoming Count...
Moths are butterflies of the night
Things that go bump in the night have always haunted people as they go along their travels in the still blackness of the dark. If those things that go...
A trip to the Chatterbox led to an emergency
I saw an interesting article recently that had to do with outdoor toilets—-outhouses if you will.The article even made mention of such a struct...
The Internet is a sportsman’s paradise
I know this may be hard to believe, but the internet is an amazing thing! There is a lot of crazy stuff on it, both good and bad, but believe it or no...
Guest column: Why history is important
We need humanities because we are all human.It is really that simple. The Humanities seek to understand and interpret the human experience, from indiv...
West Virginians work together to rebuild
In the days and weeks following the floods that devastated parts of our state one month ago, it is inspiring to see West Virginians banding together t...