Pauline Blair
91, of Webster Springs



Reta "June" Bright
86, of Webster Springs



Billy Franklin Case
51, of of Camden-on-Gauley



Joanne Dodrill
88, of Craigsville



Robert Martin
50, of Summersville



Baron Hill Morton
71, of Mt. Lookout



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11 of 12 members resign from county park board

A total of 11 of 12 members of the Nicholas County Board of Parks and Recreation Commission have either already submitted their resignations or will be doing so later this week.

The resignations come as the result of an ongoing disagreement with the Nicholas County Commission regarding the payment for concrete, which was part of the upgrading and repair work on the swimming pool at Nicholas County Veterans Memorial Park in 2017.

 

Board recognizes Summer Reading Program

The Nicholas County Board of Education on Monday evening, July 16, recognized the major sponsor of the elementary summer reading program.

The board also heard from a Richwood resident regarding the type of high school to be built in the community and approved several bids and an updated policy.

 

City honors state champion Senior League baseball team

The City of Summersville and the Summersville Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) joined forces to honor and recognize the West Virginia state champion Summersville 13- 14- and 15-year-old Senior League Baseball All-Star Team with a parade and cookout on Monday evening, July 16, in downtown Summersville.

Following a parade down Main Street in which the team rode on a fl atbed truck behind Summersville’s Finest and a couple of Summersville Volunteer Fire Department trucks. They were given a cookout by the CVB in the pavilion near the city building.

 

 

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