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Frost area hit by flash flood

Frost area hit by flash flood

AN UNBELIEVABLY STRONG storm hit the Frost area Sunday evening, with rainfall totals from 3.8 to 4.5 inches falling in just an hour. The Department of Highways received its first...

A history of hardwoods and harmony in Cass

A history of hardwoods and harmony in Cass

Cass Scenic Railroad State Park assistant superintendent Robert Waybright takes in the “Timber/Timbre: Falling Trees and Rising Voices – Logging and Music in West Virginia, 1880-1930” exhibit at the Cass Museum, which opened...

Forty years in the making

Forty years in the making

Pictured, l to r: a Fairmont State instructor, John Dean, Betty Rae Weiford, Gibbs Kinderman, Gil Willis, Jane Beverage, Linda Gibb, Grace Jane Wigal, a Fairmont State instructor and Allen Johnson....

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

Sketch by Debbie Lester showing the sealed-off grotto and based upon the author’s poorly drawn original sketch. (not to scale) Ken Springer What Lies Beneath Part Two A Ranger’s Story,...

Check it out

Check it out

As part of a “Dark Skies” educational initiative, something new has been added to the Pocahontas County Libraries and Visitor Centers. Each library will have, available to be checked out...

ePress | June 17, 2021

ePress | June 17, 2021

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WV health experts worry new law will ignite ‘powder kegs’ amid HIV outbreak

By Lauren Peace for Mountain State Spotlight. This story was originally published by Mountain State Spotlight. For more stories from Mountain State Spotlight, visit www.mountainstatespotlight.org. West Virginia is facing its second large HIV outbreak in two years, and the federal government is in Charleston to help. But there’s a key difference between the tools that are available now, and the ones the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention could use during Cabell County’s 2019 outbreak: new restrictions from both the capital city and the state on programs that distribute sterile syringes. Experts, including those at the CDC, agree that these...

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ePress | June 17, 2021

ePress | June 17, 2021

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Clay County Schools Summer Programs Begin

Clay County Schools Summer Programs for students will begin on Monday, June 14.  See schedule below for individual programs. -Elementary Summer Boost Camp: Monday through Thursday, June 14 through July 22, Students entering Grades 1–6 in Fall 202. Located at Clay Elementary. -Camp Mustang: Thursday, June 17, Students entering Grade...

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