Spring Clean-Up Schedule Released
With spring just around the corner, hopefully, Marshall County residents should begin getting ready for the annual Spring Clean-Up effort which will begin April 5 and continues through June 7, with Dumpsters to be located at 14 sites.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Benefit Planned for Victims of Fire
It took less than 24 hours for the Marshall County community to begin efforts to help the victims of a Thursday morning house fire on Tiffany Lane get back on their feet.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Crews Battle Early Morning Blaze
A family's house on Tiffany Lane in Marshall County was destroyed in a fire early Thursday morning along Big Grave Creek Road.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Funds Lining Up For Sewer Work
The Marshall County Commission is seeking to use $1.5 million in federal funding for an estimated $4.4 million sewage extension project in Mozart.
Making Way For Second Superload
For a time last month, all anyone in the local area could talk about was the so-called "superload" that would be traveling through our area.
BOE Eyes Snow Days
After a long winter with many school days canceled due to cold and snow, the Marshall County Board of Education discussed Tuesday how it will plan for snow days for the next school year.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Hartley Faces Multiple Charges in Alleged Attack
Russell Dwain Hartley II, 30, of Wheeling was arrested last week for allegedly sexually assaulting his ex-girlfriend and later threatening to kill her.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Second Superload On Way, Markwest Grows
Marshall County residents should expect another superload de-ethanizer to make its way to the Williams Energy Oak Grove facility along Fork Ridge Road this month, as the company continues building $4.5 billion worth of natural gas processing infrastructure in the county.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Expo Draws More Than 90 Businesses
Area businesses kicked off the ninth annual Marshall County Home and Business Expo on Friday at the former West Virginia Penitentiary.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Stepdad Charged With Giving Kids Marijuana, Says - It's Good for You'
Staff WriterThomas David Conaway Jr. of Cameron was arrested Friday for allegedly providing marijuana to his stepchildren, reportedly telling them it was "good for you."
Summer On Hold
Students and teachers in Marshall County will end the school year a little later this year to compensate for a large amount of instructional days missed due to the cold and snowy weather this winter.
Mon Feb 24, 2014
Rectify Property Tax Break Error
Thousands of Marshall County residents may have to pay higher than necessary property taxes in the future, because of what amounts to a gigantic "oops!" by state legislators.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Natural Gas Processors Find Tax Loophole
Williams Energy, Blue Racer Midstream and MarkWest Energy spent nearly $900 million in Marshall County during the last tax year on their natural gas processing plants, but those same plants are taxed at only a fraction of that amount, county officials said.
JMHS Student's Memorial Project Honors Veterans
It was around Memorial Day last year when Hayden Blazer first got the idea he wanted to honor veterans in a way people could enjoy for years to come.
Superload' May Finish Today
After mild weather conditions allowed the Williams Energy de-ethanizer to advance three miles beyond its original Thursday target, the 41-yard long superload streamed ahead to a stop along Fork Ridge Road on Friday.
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W.Va. Senate OKs investing oil, gas revenues
The West Virginia Senate unanimously passed a bill Friday to conserve and invest a portion of oil and gas revenues to use for future infrastructure and economic development.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Elm Run Is Running Full
With her umbrella in tow, Elm Street resident Jane Nau peered over the edge of the small concrete bridge leading to her home, hoping water from Elm Run wouldn't top it Friday morning.
Minor flooding in Ohio, Marshall counties
Elm Creek in Woodsdale in Ohio County experienced some spilling over this morning.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Democrat Dave Hall Files for Fourth District Delegate Seat
Hall, a Democrat, is a retired Marshall County educator. He was a science teacher at Union Junior High for 23 years and a principal at Cameron High School for nine years.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
$1,700 Chairs Requested
Office chairs that cost $1,700 apiece and an estimated $197,000 disaster response vehicle are among the items Marshall County's department heads are looking to fund during fiscal year 2014-15.