Caroyln Sue "Tink" Amos
64, of Dyer



John Edgar Caudle, Jr.
84, of Fenwick



Alfred L. "Mug" Hagy
90, of Buckhannon



Barbara Ward Leedy



Phyllis Audrey Legg



Ruth Carolyn Nicholson
85, Ronceverte



Patsy Lee Persinger
83, of Nettie



Gary Ray Pyle
61, of Webster Springs



John Steven Roach



Carolyn Sue Woodard-Thomas
66, of Summersville



John Wayne Webb
76, of Mt. Nebo



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Richwood woman who headed Braxton County EMS facing

drug theft charges

A Richwood woman who was serving as the Braxton County Emergency Medical Services Director was recently arrested and is facing multiple charges for allegedly taking more than $1,000 worth of narcotics from the EMS station and using them, according to law enforcement authorities.

Jamie Mathes, 43, was charged with three counts of obtaining a prescription by misrepresentation and grand larceny.

 

Craigsville Fall Festival this week

The annual Craigsville Fall Festival is being held this week.

Longtime Nicholas County educator and administrator Pat Metheney of Craigsville is the 2019 Grand Dame of the Craigsville Fall Festival. She is currently the principal at Gauley River Elementary School and served several years as principal at Nicholas County High School.

 

Three defendants plead guilty; man sentanced for drug offenses

In Nicholas County Circuit Court, on Tuesday, Sept. 3, 2019, three defendants entered pleas and one defendant was sentenced.

Jesse Ray Pauley pleaded guilty to the felony offenses of forgery of a credit card and fraudulent use of an access device. Pauley pleaded guilty to a Prosecutor’s Information,
filed on Sept. 3, charging that he committed the crimes in December 2018. Pauley used a woman’s credit card to purchase items worth $91.51 at a Mount Nebo business.