Judge denies suppression motion in Tucker DUI case
Kandice Sponaugle, 24, of 401 Main St., Parsons, was indicted in February on third offense DUI.
Tennant visits Elkins, Parsons
West Virginia Secretary of State Natalie Tennant, a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, paid a visit to Randolph County Tuesday to visit with residents, officials and business owners as part of her "Talk with Tennant" initiative to visit all 55 counties in the Mountain State on her campaign trail.
He was born Aug. 28, 1939, at Parsons, a son of the late Clifton Mason and Mary Elizabeth Bennett Waybright.
Experimental forest celebrates preservation
As of March 27, the Fernow Experimental Forest in Tucker County is celebrating 80 years of preservation and research and officials say that their work will continue for many more years to come.
Officials celebrate Partner in Education program
Students, educators and area business representatives gathered Wednesday for the 29th annual Partner in Education Luncheon at West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
Mr. Paul D. Shaffer, 79, a resident of Elkins, passed away Thursday evening, March 27, 2014, in Davis Medical Center in Elkins.
Spring Quilt Retreat set
Spring is here and now it's time to make plans to attend Camp Horseshoe's Spring Quilt Retreat near St. George in Tucker County May 13-17.
Parsons police chief resigns
He and his family moved to Tucker County in June because Jones' mother, Texie Ann Hebb, was from Tucker County and they always dreamed of living here.
Readers Voice: March 20, 2014
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Judge reduces bond in false emergency case
Tucker County Circuit Judge Lynn A. Nelson reduced the bond Wednesday of an Elkins man accused of allegedly reporting a false emergency and making false claims.