Vol. 47, No.14

April 6, 2021

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Mountaineer Food Bank honors Denver Drake

By Shirley Shuman
Denver Drake of Gassaway recently received an award from Mountaineer Food Bank for being selected 2020 Lifetime Volunteer of the Year. Gabri Bonazzo, Communications Coordinator for MFB, explained the basis of the award and commented on Drake’s contributions as a volunteer.


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Plea hearings highlight
Circuit Court activities

Several Braxton County Circuit Court hearings have recently been completed by the Honorable Judge Richard A. Facemire. Braxton County Prosecuting Attorney Jasmine R.H. Morton and Assistant Prosecuting Attorney Bryan D. Church represented the state during the court proceedings. Mike Haley, Jacob Foster and Tyler Morlan were present for several of the hearings on behalf of the Braxton County Probation Office.

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Braxton student receives
WVU’s Bucklew Scholarship

Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, West Virginia University’s Bucklew Scholars continue to maintain high standards for academics, a passion for discovery and a desire to serve their state and others, while eagerly awaiting an opportunity to travel abroad.


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Black ice shuts down I-79

The Sutton Volunteer Fire Department and other first responders were summoned north of the 67-mile marker of I-79 last Friday morning. Braxton Control reported multiple crashes on the southbound side of the Interstate north of Exit 67.

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