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Logan Co. BOE makes leadership appointments

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The Logan County Board of Education met on July 7, 2014, in accordance with West Virginia Code for a special statutory organizational meeting to elect a President, Vice President, and designate a Board Member as a representative on the Regional Council (RESA II). Members elected will serve two-year terms.The Board elected Jim Frye to serve as President.


Central City bridge project should start soon

The new Central City walking bridge project should start soon, according to Logan Mayor Serafino Nolletti.The Mayor told council members that the paperwork was signed Tuesday at the council meeting that evening on July 8. Later, during the meeting, a representative for the contracting firm (Triton Construction) showed up to pick up the paperwork.Mayor Nolletti said the final bid came in around $20,000 more than expected, but the West Virginia Department of Highways has a...

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First sentence in Mt. Laurel kickback scheme

The first of 10 plea hearings from the kickback schemes and corruption scandal at the Mountain Laurel Mining Complex took place Wednesday in Federal Court in Charleston. GaryRoeher, 52, of Holden, was charged with filing a false tax return. He is facing up to 5 years imprisonment and a fine of up to $250,000 if convicted.According to the charge, Roeher deducted approximately $43,000 as a business expense for his company, CM Supply, when Roeher actually used the funds to install an ...

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Combining two former columns into one

Years ago, actually during parts of the 1970s and 80s, I produced two newspaper columns each week for The Logan Banner. There was a sports column on Fridays titled “Sports Lines” and there was another column titled “Plain Talkin” which I recall as being published on Tuesdays. At the time, I was Sports Editor for this newspaper and really had my hands full just trying to keep a handle on local sports which was rapidly growing.

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Immigration stall

A few days before the nation last celebrated its Independence Day, 68 members of the Senate passed and sent to the House a comprehensive immigration reform bill.Fourteen Republicans voted for the measure. Among them were Sen. John McCain of Arizona, the party’s 2008 presidential candidate, and Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida, a favorite of the GOP’s Tea Party wing.A year later, after House Speaker John Boehner told him the House would not take up immigration refo...

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Man handles C-ville in 11-12 tourney

CHAPMANVILLE — The Man 11-12-year-old Little League All-Stars made a statement on Tuesday with a 6-3 win over host Chapmanville in the double-elimination District 2 Tournament at Chapmanville’s Tracy Vickers Field.It was a key win for Man (1-0), which put itself into the winner’s bracket and a matchup against Madison (1-0) on Wednesday night. The Man-Madison winner was set to move on to Friday night’s 6 p.m. championship game against either Mullens or Pinevi...

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RMEF first annual banquet set for Saturday

The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) Hatfield McCoy Elk Country Chapter’s 1st annual banquet will be held Sat., July 12 at the Chief Logan Conference Center.RMEF is working with WV DNR to pave the way for an official elk-reintroduction program right here in southwest West Virginia. When that program kicks-off, the funding generated at our West Virginia banquets will be crucial in financing the program.This annual banquet will serve as a fundraiser to help the c...

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Boil water advisory

The City of Logan Water Department previously issued a boil water advisory for customers at 3-Mile curve due to a break in an 8 inch line. There was also a boil water advisory for some customers at Fountain Place Mall who were verbally notified by the water department. Both of those advisories have been lifted. Any questions can be directed to the water department at 304-752-7870.

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Williamson notches first win of the season

Andi Williamson notched her first win of the season for the Chicago Bandits with Sunday’s 14-2 victory over the Akron Racers in a National Professional Fastpitch women’s pro softball game at Rosemont, Ill.Williamson, a Harts native and 2009 graduate of Chapmanville Regional High School, tossed six innings and allowed just one earned run and two hits while walking two and striking out four. Sara Moulton then pitched a scoreless seventh to finish off the win.Ch...

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Pineville topples Tug Valley in 11-12 opener

CHAPMANVILLE — The 11-12-year-old District 2 Little League baseball all-star tournament got under way on Monday at Chapmanville’s Tracy Vickers Field as Pineville beat Tug Valley 7-4.Madison played Welch in the nightcap but no score was available. Madison was leading Welch 15-0 in the second inning at last report.Tug Valley scored two runs in the bottom of the first inning and led 2-0 after one.Pineville then plated three runs in the top of the thi...

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Opportunist Jenkins raises Mingo GOP chairman’s ire

Mingo Republican Executive Committee Chairman Russell Deskins finally came out of his cave long enough to make perfect sense at the opening of the Southern West Virginia Republican Headquarters in Logan last week. Deskins appears to hide from the press and public on a routine basis. But when he took the floor in Logan, he was right on.Deskins took offense at state Sen. Evan Jenkins for praising the headquarters opening and implying Republican efforts in Southern West Virginia have ...

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Are we prepared for the drones?

On the night of June 26, Pittsburgh Pirates fans saw something flying above the field: not a baseball, but a drone.Team officials asked police to find the drone operator and ask him to stop the flight; he quickly complied. Yet the Federal Aviation Administration properly investigated the incident.The drone that flew over the stadium isn’t the sort that roams over Iraq and Afghanistan. But that doesn’t mean the potential for something bad doesn’t fly wit...

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‘Women On Wellness’ event slated for Gilbert

GILBERT — An upcoming event scheduled for July 12 in the town of Gilbert centers on the importance of women’s health and the crucial role they play in their family’s well-being.The Women on Wellness organization is an interactive, one-day behavioral change retreat designed to help women make lasting, positive lifestyle changes. With a focus on prevention, the retreat serves to link each participant to resources in her community that can support her personal wellne...

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Applications now being accepted for vouchers

By Rachel Doverdove@civitasmedia.comPurchasing clothes and shoes for children returning to school in August is an added expense for all families, especially those who have a limited income.As in years past, the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources is doing its part to ease the financial burden for those in need who qualify.West Virginia residents can apply for school clothing vouchers for eligible children now. The Department of He...

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Drug theft leaves victim without her medication

By Rachel Doverdove@civitasmedia.comWILLIAMSON - An innocent mistake by the spouse of a woman who suffers from a debilitating health problem resulted in the theft of his wife’s medication and her insurance company has refused to refill the prescriptions.Mingo County Sheriff’s Department Chief Field Deputy Joe Smith and Deputy Jonathan Endicott were dispatched to the Tug Valley Pharmacy on West Second Avenue in Williamson on June 27 to investigate t...

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Commission to consider new Emergency Services building

Plans for a new Emergency Services Center in Logan County may soon be in the works.Roger Bryant, LEASA director, addressed the Commission during Monday’s meeting about purchasing the old 84 Lumber building in the Peach Creek area to use as a centralized, emergency response station. The property is approximately eight acres of paved ground with a few buildings and some sheds. Bryant thinks that this building would be the “icing on the cake” of the emergency managem...

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Social media harrassment

David Lee Hill Jr., 39 of Chauncey, was arrested by the WVSP on June 22 for sexual abuse by parent and display of obscene matter to a minor.Trooper R.E. Stowers was informed by the victim that Hill, her mother’s boyfriend of approximately one year, had shown her a photograph of his genitalia. The victim further advised Stowers that Hill had attempted to get her to send him inappropriate and obscene Snapchat pictures of herself. Snapchat is a smartphone app that allows users t...

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Hospice fundraiser set for Saturday

Dignity Hospice will host its first Annual Pig Roast and Poker Run on July 12 beginning at the Hatfield and McCoy Coal River Trail Head at 9 a.m.Hospice provides care and assistance to people with life-limiting diseases, their families and caregivers. The services are available in the patient’s home or home-like setting.Registration cost is $15 and includes a trail pass for both Coal River and Ivy trails for the day, as well as a t-shirt.Proceeds will be...

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