Vol. 45, No. 40

October 1, 2019

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Delegation requests Frametown P&R Board President be removed


The majority of last Friday’s regular meeting of the Braxton County Commission was devoted to hearing concerns of a delegation from Frametown and their efforts to revitalize the Frametown Community Center. Melody Kophfer, a member of the Board, spoke for the delegation along with Jennifer Butcher, also a member, and Harold Reip. The group requested that the Commission ask Tara Wilson, the Board President, to resign. Kophfer told of the many activities that were going on to revitalize the community center and accused Wilson of spending money and taking other actions without Board approval. After hearing the concerns, Melvin Gum made a motion to write a letter to Wilson requesting her resignation. Lisa Godwin made a second motion to re-advertise to fill the vacancy that currently exists on the Board. Board President George Skidmore told the delegation that the subject would be placed on the Commission’s next meeting agenda for possible additional action.


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Local singer schedules album release for Sundays

Next Sunday afternoon, a familiar figure with a melodious voice will grace the patio of Café Cimino as she and musicians from Mountain Stage entertain with an array of songs. Elaine Wine will be introducing her latest album, “Come to Me.”

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Carroll pleads guilty to murder

Several Braxton County Circuit Court hearings have recently been completed before the Honorable Judge Richard A. Facemire. The state was represented by Braxton County Prosecuting Attorney Jasmine R.H. Morton.

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FILMmakers Festival
announces award winner

West Virginia FILMmakers Festival has presented the 2019 FILMmaker of the Year award to actor/director filmmaker Josh Stewart and the 2019 IMPACT Award to Ben Berry. They were two of many to receive awards at the 20th Annual West Virginia FILMmakers Festival held in Sutton last week.

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BoE recognizes attendance

The most recent meeting of the Braxton County Board of Education was conducted on October 1. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by President Jill Cooper followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Vice President David Hoover led those in attendance in a non-denominational opening prayer.

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