Joseph Richard Brown
Craigsville



Lena Krafft Bukowski
101, of Craigsille



William Henry Butler
79, of Ronceverte



Roy Ray Call
77, of Leivasy



Carol Broyles Carver
62, of Nettie



Gary Keith Hamner
49, of Craigsville



Arlie Michael Hughes
70, of Mt. Nebo



Waltraud M. "Trudy" McClung
72, of Canvas



Cynthia LaDawn Dooley Moore
44, of Summersville



Oliver Newton Rose II
72, of Erbacon



Frederick Allen Starcher
92, of Webster Springs



Opal I. Holcomb Stem
78, of Lost Run



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Man enters guilty plea to escape

Tommy Norse Griffith entered a plea of guilty to the felony offense of escape. He appeared before Judge James J. Rowe on Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, at a hearing in Nicholas County Circuit Court.

The penalty is a determinate period, a fi xed time, of five years in prison. Griffith will be sentenced at a separate hearing at a later date.

 

Former officer files lawsuit against City of Richwood

A former Richwood city police officer has fi led a lawsuit against the city of Richwood and its police chief claiming he was unfairly terminated.

Former Richwood Police Officer Timothy Withrow filed the lawsuit recently in Nicholas County Circuit Court naming the City of Richwood and Police Chief L.A. Cogar as defendants.

 

Board tours renovated Alternative Learning Center

The Nicholas County Board of Education, at a special meeting on Monday evening, Aug. 13, reviewed the newly-implemented school data and accountability system developed by the state.

Board members also toured the expanded and renovated Nicholas County Alternative Learning Center and Cadet Leadership Academy adjacent to the board central offi ce.