Rachel Dove

Position: Reporter
E-Mail Address: rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com
Phone Number: 304-235-4242


About Rachel Dove

Rachel Dove is a reporter for the Daily News. She covers city and county government and police and crime. If you have a story idea or a news tip for Rachel, you can contact her at 304-235-4242, ext. 18, or at rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com.

Latest Stories by Rachel Dove

By Rachel Dove
DELBARTON - Local law enforcement officers are cracking down on those committing the offense of prostitution, which is said to be one of the oldest professions in the world.
Bobbie Jo Crum, 24, of Delbarton, was arrested in an undercover prostitution sting conducted on Monday evening following multiple complaints being voiced by co

Prostitution arrest made in Town of Delbarton

By Rachel Dove DELBARTON - Local law enforcement officers are cracking down on those committing the offense of prostitution, which is said to be one of the oldest professions in the world. Bobbie Jo Crum, 24, of Delbarton, was arrested in an undercover prostitution sting conducted on Monday evening following multiple complaints being voiced by co

By Rachel Dove
LENORE - A single vehicle accident in the Lenore community on Sunday yielded the DUI arrest of a young mother that had her two minor children present with her at the time the incident is said to have occurred.
According to the criminal complaint filed by Mingo County Sheriff's Department (MCSD) Deputy David S. Nunley, Katrina Sue W

Mother arrested on DUIcharges with children in car

By Rachel Dove LENORE - A single vehicle accident in the Lenore community on Sunday yielded the DUI arrest of a young mother that had her two minor children present with her at the time the incident is said to have occurred. According to the criminal complaint filed by Mingo County Sheriff's Department (MCSD) Deputy David S. Nunley, Katrina Sue W

Marriage application filed in Mingo by same-sex couple

By Rachel Dove WILLIAMSON - “I was not at all surprised to receive an application for marriage from two people of the same sex after the Supreme Court's ruling and the governor's decision to not fight it,” stated Mingo County Deputy Clerk Pam Crum. Crum told the Williamson Daily News that on Friday, October 10, one day after Governor

By Rachel Dove
SOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. - With the threat and fear of the Ebola virus spreading like wildfire across our nation people are wondering how prepared their local healthcare providers would be in such an emergency.
The Williamson Daily News contacted Tug Valley Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Chief Medical Officer to find out exactl

Ebola prepardeness plan in place at ARH

By Rachel Dove SOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. - With the threat and fear of the Ebola virus spreading like wildfire across our nation people are wondering how prepared their local healthcare providers would be in such an emergency. The Williamson Daily News contacted Tug Valley Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Chief Medical Officer to find out exactl

By Rachel Dove
SOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. - With the threat and fear of the Ebola virus spreading like wildfire across our nation people are wondering how prepared their local healthcare providers would be in such an emergency.
The Williamson Daily News contacted Tug Valley Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Chief Medical Officer to find out exactl

Ebola prepardeness plan in place at ARH

By Rachel Dove SOUTH WILLIAMSON, Ky. - With the threat and fear of the Ebola virus spreading like wildfire across our nation people are wondering how prepared their local healthcare providers would be in such an emergency. The Williamson Daily News contacted Tug Valley Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Chief Medical Officer to find out exactl

Marriage application filed in Mingo by same-sex couple

By Rachel Dove WILLIAMSON - “I was not at all surprised to receive an application for marriage from two people of the same sex after the Supreme Court's ruling and the governor's decision to not fight it,” stated Mingo County Deputy Clerk Pam Crum. Crum told the Williamson Daily News that on Friday, October 10, one day after Governor

By Rachel Dove
CHARLESTON - U.S. District Court Judge John Copenhaver handed down a sentence of three years' probation to former Williamson mayor and Bank of Mingo branch manager, A. Darrin McCormick, on a single charge of lying to federal officials about his knowledge of a widespread workers' compensation scheme.
McCormick will also pay a $5,000

McCormick given 3 years probation

By Rachel Dove CHARLESTON - U.S. District Court Judge John Copenhaver handed down a sentence of three years' probation to former Williamson mayor and Bank of Mingo branch manager, A. Darrin McCormick, on a single charge of lying to federal officials about his knowledge of a widespread workers' compensation scheme. McCormick will also pay a $5,000

By Rachel Dove
WILLIAMSON - The 2014 General Election is right around the corner as the residents of Mingo County prepare to cast their votes for the candidates of their choice.
Grabbing the attention of the public over the past few months has been the race for the county commission seat that was held by David Baisden, who is now serving time in

Several tight races predicted for November election

By Rachel Dove WILLIAMSON - The 2014 General Election is right around the corner as the residents of Mingo County prepare to cast their votes for the candidates of their choice. Grabbing the attention of the public over the past few months has been the race for the county commission seat that was held by David Baisden, who is now serving time in

By Rachel Dove
BEECH CREEK - A quick response and a calm voice is credited in preventing a serious situation from ending either in death or serious injury.
Whitley Cisco, 56, of Suffolk, Va., was taken into custody by Mingo County Sheriff's Department (MCSD) Cpl. E. Williams and Deputies M.J. Mounts, A. Mounts and C. Newsome, on October 9 after a

Standoff with police ends peacefully

By Rachel Dove BEECH CREEK - A quick response and a calm voice is credited in preventing a serious situation from ending either in death or serious injury. Whitley Cisco, 56, of Suffolk, Va., was taken into custody by Mingo County Sheriff's Department (MCSD) Cpl. E. Williams and Deputies M.J. Mounts, A. Mounts and C. Newsome, on October 9 after a

WILLIAMSON - A changing of the guard will soon occur in Mingo County Family Court, as newly appointed Judge Sabrina L. Deskins assumes that role on October 27.
West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin appointed Deskins to this position on Sept. 17, after reviewing the resumes of several applicants that included three local attorneys. Deskins, who curre

Mingo County Family Court Judge set to take office

WILLIAMSON - A changing of the guard will soon occur in Mingo County Family Court, as newly appointed Judge Sabrina L. Deskins assumes that role on October 27. West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin appointed Deskins to this position on Sept. 17, after reviewing the resumes of several applicants that included three local attorneys. Deskins, who curre





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