Nyoka Fay Christian
75, of Craigsville



Louise Fay Ellison
68, of Craigsville



James Eugene Ganoe
77, of Summersville



Betty Lea Kiser
87, of Summersville



Betty Jean Chambers Taylor
86, of Etsy



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60, of Summersville



 

 

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School Board updated on projected property tax revenues

The Nicholas County Board of Education on Monday evening. Feb. 19, heard an update on projected property tax revenues for the 2018-19 fi scal year.


The Board also passed a resolution in support of school employees, heard an update on ballfi elds, was updated on the statewide school employee work stoppage to occur
later this week and discussed the importance of career and technical education in the county.

 

 

Richwood Council votes to remove mayor from office

By Jill Nettles Butcher
Richwood Common Council voted Thursday, Feb. 15, 2018, on a motion to remove Bob Henry Baber from offi ce as mayor. The eight common council members were present, as was Recorder/Interim Mayor Chris Drennen. Two council members, Shane Clark and Chuck Toussieng, abstained from casting a vote.


Council still had the required two-thirds vote to adopt the removal motion and refer it to circuit court. The case will go before a three-judge panel, appointed by the West Virginia Supreme Court, who will decide if Baber would be removed as mayor.

 

 

NCCTC students educate first-graders about germs

Ahead of the cold and fl u season, some of Nicholas County Career and Technical Center’s
fi rst-year nursing students completed a presentation for all of Gauley River Elementary fi rstgrade
classes in hopes of helping stop the spread of infection.

 

 

 

 

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