David Ray Bays
72, of Mt. Lookout



Audra A. Deitz
79, of Mt. Lookout



Agnes Neel M. Flack
94, of Greenville



Janet Kay Johnson
48, of Charleston



Ruby Mae Johnson
74, of Summersville



Ellen Louise Myers
72, of Jerome



Wilma "Toots" Riffle
68, of Craigsville



James "Jim" Stowers
78, of Berkley Springs












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County man charged with attempted murder of W.Va. State Trooper

A Birch River man was charged over the weekend with the attempted murder of a local state trooper.
Ralph Barnett, 58, was arrested by state police at the Summersville detachment and charged with the attempted murder of Trooper E.G.Beard and one misdemeanor count of obstructing.

 

 

Supreme Court rules against consolidation

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals has ruled in favor of the West Virginia State Board of Education in their rejection of the Nicholas County Board of Education’s Comprehensive Education Facilities Plan (CEFP) that called for consolidation of secondary schools in the county.
On Tuesday. Oct. 10, the State Supreme Court ruled in a unanimous 5-0 decision that the State Board of Education hadn’t acted arbitrarily or capriciously in voting not to approve the county’s CEFP.

 

 

Baber, Council at odds during meeting

Brittany Blankenship

The Richwood City Council met Thursday evening, Oct. 5, at city hall to address rendering the services of the law offices of Kay Casto & Chaney of Charleston. All members of council, multiple city police officers, two state police officers, Bob Henry Baber and over 40 residents attended the meeting. Bob Henry Baber asked the councilmen and women to rise for the prayer. Baber is on paid administrative leave after declining to resign as mayor. The council ignored Baber’s attempt to begin the meeting. They waited for City Recorder and Acting Mayor Chris Drennen to request the opening prayer.

 

 

 

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