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Businesses, residents must keep sidewalks safe after storm
Following the recent inclement weather, residents and businesses must remember to keep their sidewalks safe.
MCPARC taking community grant applications
Organizations in need of funding for recreational purposes: The Marion County Parks and Recreation Commission (MCPARC) can help.
‘He completes me,’ Chelsea Slaughter says of fiancé Matt Welch
Like a lot of people, Chelsea Slaughter and Matt Welch went to school together and had known each other since fourth grade.
Restaurant fire said to be arson
The fire that severely damaged a downtown business Friday has been determined to be arson.
Gee appointed West Virginia University president — for a third time
E. Gordon Gee was named West Virginia University’s permanent president today the third time he’s been asked to lead the state’s land-grant, flagship research University.
Area walloped with another round of snow
Extreme winter weather has struck again, causing accidents throughout Marion County.
Town of Monongah confronting trash problem
The Town of Monongah is upset and concerned about issues with its garbage pickup.
Gas monitors will aid county VFDs
Marion County volunteer fire departments have received new gas monitors.
Jeremiah Clark helps where needed with DNR
Officer Jeremiah Clark, 25, hasn’t been with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources for long, but he already knows he loves the job.
Special Olympics has personal meaning for director Leeann Pellegrin
The Special Olympics are near to Leeann Pellegrin’s heart.
Her 14-year-old son, Kyle, has Klinefelter Syndrome, a genetic disorder that leads to weak muscles, lack of coordination and learning problems in males.
He also struggles with other learning disabilities.
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