Delores Gale Amick
76, of Nalen



Robert Lee "Bobby" Bowman



Wilbert Carpenter
90, of Bolair



Barbara Ann Cavendish
76, of Coronado, CA



Leona "Betty" Flynn



Kaytheryn Sue Grose
59, of Summersville



William Edward Slone
18, of Huntington



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FEMA releases $131 million to rebuild five schools in county

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) last Friday released $131,671,998.45 to build fi ve new schools in Nicholas County, three of which were destroyed in the June 2016 fl ood.

The grant represents a federal cost-share of the total project cost of $175,562,664.60. The remainder will come from the state of West Virginia.

 

Man gets three to 15 years in prison for DUI causing death

Albert Wayne Barnett, 35, was sentenced to three to 15 years in prison for driving under the infl uence of alcohol or controlled substance causing death.

Judge Stephen O. Callaghan handed down the punishment at a hearing on Monday, Jan. 13, 2020.

 

Columbia Forest Products Foundation partners

with Bright Horizons

Columbia Forest Products, North America’s leading producer of hardwood plywood and veneer, announced that their employee-managed charitable arm, the Columbia Forest Products Foundation, has awarded a $ 10,000 grant to Bright Horizons, a division of Sheltered Workshops of Nicholas County.

The grant will be used to provide 1,000 hours of on-the-job coaching for employed individuals who require ongoing support to continue working the area’s integrated community. Bright Horizons’ reach includes Nicholas, Webster, and Fayette counties.