Walter L. Baughman
90, of Summersville



James “Jon” Arnold Butcher
37, of Salem



Robert Edward “Bob” Hope
73, of Diana



Barbara Gwen Lilly
79, of Mt. Nebo



Caroline Sue Matheny
79, of Duck



Derek Eugene Overbaugh
27, of Summersville



Lois Eileen Riffle
68, of Craigsville



James Bertram Roberts (Jim)



Jeffery Lynn Todd
61, of Mt. Nebo



Gayle “Buster” Ruben VanHoy 90, of Summersville






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Remains found in burned structure

State police at the Summersville detachment are investigating remains found at a burned structure in the county.

 

 

Finances again major topic of SRMC board

The continuing recent improved financial situation of Summersville Regional Medical Center was the major topic of discussion at the Thursday evening, Aug. 24, meeting of the Summersville Regional Medical Center Board of Trustees.
The Board also discussed a hospital board training conference attended by one of its members and learned about focusing on employee satisfaction.
Present for the meeting were Board President Stephen Boone and members Bruce Tallamy, Robert Shafer, Dr. Kevin Brown, Mike Steadham, Gary Withee, Jim Epling, Mark Shifflett, Jim Marsh, Saundra Kinser, Brian Johnson and Judy Sentz.

 

 

State Board of Education to appeal Circuit Court Ruling

The West Virginia Board of Education voted last week to appeal to the State Supreme Court of Appeals a Kanawha County Circuit Court decision that favored the Nicholas County Board of Education in their legal action against the state Board.
The suit by the county Board of Education was filed after the state Board of Education turned down approval in July of the county’s proposed Comprehensive Education Facilities Plan (CEFP) that included consolidating the county’s three secondary schools into one high school along with consolidating the county’s two middle schools.

 

 

 

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