Mazie Mallissa Anderson
91, of Webster Springs



Larry Wade Brown
56, of Canvas



Nikita Freyja



Parris V. Hamrick
79, of Webster



Gueard Zane Jordan
89, of Webster Springs



Daniel Mark Lesher
40, of Summersville



Cindy Louise McDowell
56, of Fairfax, VA



Patty Ann Nestor
72, of Birch



Bonnie Alma Orcutt
79, of Demossville, KY



Daniel Gerald Phillips
67, of Pikesville, KY



James E. "Jim" Rucker
89, of Mt. Nebo



Hilda Eva White
98, of Clarksburg



Sachiko Komiyama Williams
85, of Summersville



Eunice B. Wood
92, of Suffield, OH


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Mediation Team recommends two high schools for county

The Nicholas County Schools Mediation Team announced on Friday, March 30, its recommendations for a revised Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan to replace the
three schools that were destroyed by fl ooding in June of 2016.


The team—comprised of several members of the Nicholas County Board of Education and the West Virginia State Board of Education— announced their recommendations
after meeting in Charleston on Tuesday, March 27 and Wednesday, March 28 to discuss the elements of a mutually agreeable and workable plan for the rebuilding of Nicholas
County schools.


The representatives aligned on a set of core principles to serve as criteria for success and explored potential elements, locations, and configurations of schools.

 

Board hears about active shooter training

The Nicholas County Board of Education on Monday evening, April 2, was updated on an active shooter training given to all employees earlier in the day.

 

 

Commission adopts $5.9 million budget for 2018-19

The Nicholas County Commission on Wednesday, March 28, approved the county budget for the 2018-19 fi scal year, which begins July 1.


The total projected revenues and expenditures for the upcoming fi scal year are $5,928,812, which is a decrease of nearly $350,000 from the current 2017-18 fi scal year budget of $6,275,276.

 

 

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