The Times West Virginian

Local News

July 15, 2014

Paw Paw District Fair Parade set for this evening

RIVESVILLE — The Rivesville Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting the annual Paw Paw District Fair Parade this evening.

The parade will kick off the fair, with the lineup beginning at 5 p.m. near Rivesville Middle School, and the parade beginning at 6 p.m.

Immediately following the parade, all emergency services personnel are invited to the fire hall for refreshments.

Anyone still wishing to participate in the parade should call Courtney at 304-657-6872. Late-comers are welcome.

The lineup is as follows:

Rivesville Police Department

Rivesville Mayor and Council

Marion County Sheriff’s Department

Rivesville Lions Club

Mike Caputo

Linda Longstreth

Tim Manchin

Marion County Democrats

Butch Tennant, Marion County Commission

Roman Prezioso

Shelley Moore Capito

Dessert Caravan

Marion County Republicans

Barry Bledsoe, House of Delegates Candidate

Ralph Wright, Sheriff Candidate

Kris Warner for Senate

Rhonda Stull

Three Rivers Festival Royalty Float

Three Rivers Festival Directors

Three Rivers Senior Queen

Miss West Virginia USA, Christin Wilson

All Antique Cars in Alley off Walker Street

Watkins Family — Antique Car

DeMary Family — Antique Car

Glen Snoderly — Antique Car

Yum Yum Hoagies — Antique Car

Insurance Depot — Antique Car

All Horses (Corwin Street)

Shermantic Computer Service

Pepsi

Wilson Ford

Wilson Ford

Computer Guy

Arnettsville Community Center

Pampered Chef Consultant, Judy Morris

Highlawns Church

Fairmont Computer Repair

Space

Space

Super Suds Car Wash

612 MAC

UMWA

Road Hogs

Resolute Forest Products

2014 Paw Paw Fair Candidates (Paw Paw Avenue by Church; names of all candidates not available at press time)

Mahala Phumpary, Mini Miss Candidate

Madilynn McCoy, Mini Miss Candidate

Kylie Corwin, Tiny Miss Candidate

Audry Victoria Miller, Little Miss Candidate

Joslynne Moore, Junior Miss Candidate

Kaylyn Moore, Junior Miss Candidate

Hailey VanAllen, Pre-Teen Candidate

Space

Space

Space

Space

All Wreckers in gravel lot beside Rivesville Middle

MJ’s Towing

Hillbilly Towing

Hillbilly Towing

Hillbilly Towing

Hillbilly Towing

Jones’ Towing

FMCTA Trolley Bus

Space

Space

Space

Marion County Rescue Squad

All Fire Apparatus

1
Text Only
Local News
  • Fairmont reaching out in new ways

    The city of Fairmont is starting to try to reach out to residents in new ways.

    July 23, 2014

  • Police: Plaintiff threatens trooper, wife and children

    A plaintiff in a four-year-old fraud cause is now being accused of not only threatening a State Police officer, but the lives of his wife and children.

    July 23, 2014

  • Children's Hospital Daycare bake sale reaches 10 times goal for children's hospital

    Children from Sunbeam Early Learning Center visited West Virginia University's Children's Hospital today to make a special delivery.

    July 23, 2014 1 Photo

  • Rescue Squad at DAC.jpg Patches teaches home safety to DAC campers

    Patches and his fire truck “pumper” made a special visit to the Can-Do summer camp.

    July 23, 2014 1 Photo

  • Commission wants to help finish memorial

    The Marion County Commission discussed the need to complete the Korean War Memorial.

    July 23, 2014

  • Statues 1 - MP.jpg Mascot carvings presented to FSU, PC&TC

    Pierpont Community & Technical College and Fairmont State University received special gifts Monday.
    Jason Stoner, an artist from Pennsylvania who specializes in wood carving, among other media, recently visited Fairmont as part of the Three Rivers Festival.
    “This gentleman has been carving professionally for nine years … He travels all around the area,” said Bill Pickrell, who helped make the project a reality.

    July 23, 2014 2 Photos

  • Fairmont Council OKs FCDP application for state grant

    Tuesday, Fairmont City Council authorized the Fairmont Community Development Partnership’s (FCDP) application to the state’s Community Participation Grant program.
    The West Virginia Development Office Community Development Division’s Community Participation grant would provide $25,000 for the FCDP to demolish and redevelop a Fairmont property into low-income affordable housing.

    July 23, 2014

  • Pleasant Valley Council awards park renovation

     The Pleasant Valley town council accepted the bid to renovate a town park.
    The park project was planned by the Thrasher Engineering Group. Thrasher presented seven companies that placed bids on the project along with the costs broken down for how much it would cost to pay for each item involved in the process.

    July 23, 2014

  • FFCU Ground Breaking main -JB .jpg FFCU breaks ground on $9M project

     Fairmont Federal Credit Union is growing and showing its continued commitment to the community.
    On Tuesday morning, the credit union held a groundbreaking ceremony for its Marion County Branch and Corporate Offices, a project that will total $9 million, including the price of the property.

    July 23, 2014 4 Photos

  • Keeping NASA IV&V in Marion County

    NASA is in the process of determining the future of the Independent Verification and Validation Program in Fairmont.
    NASA’s Office of Inspector General recently conducted an audit, from March 2013 through June 2014, to find out if the IV&V Program, located in the I-79 Technology Park, is using its funding appropriately. The report was released July 16.

    July 23, 2014

Featured Ads
TWV Video Highlights
NDN Editor's Picks
House Ads