Vol. 46, No. 43

October 27, 2020

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COVID-19 skyrockets in County

In less than two weeks the number of COVID-19 cases in Braxton County has doubled and shows no signs of slowing down. The DHHR’s accounting listed 62 cases reported in Braxton County as of 10:00 a.m. Monday. That amount is over twice what was confirmed just two weeks ago.






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Two men arrested after found
in possession of stolen goods

On October 20, Braxton County Sheriff’s Department SGT L. Johnson responded to a 9-1-1 call pertaining to an argument between several males on the side of I-79 near mile marker 49 northbound.

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Entrepreneurship Webinars
available for Braxton residents

Advantage Valley announces three upcoming FASTER WV Entrepreneurship Webinars for people interested in starting or expanding a business. There will be a webinar on November 17th to learn more about the business coaching, business training, and loan funds associated with the FASTER WV program. Anyone with a manufacturing idea may be interested in the FASTER WV Small Manufacturing webinar on November 5. The final webinar of the year will be held on December 9th for anyone interested in opening or expanding a child care business. Each webinar begins at 6 pm, is free, will last one hour, and will include panelist presentations and Q&A.

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Drive-thru Trick or Treat to be held at Holly Gray

“Join us for a Spooktacular Experience as you Drive Thru Holly Gray Park that will be filled with Halloween Displays and Pumpkins all aglow on Saturday, October 31 from 6:30 - 8:30 pm. Wear your costumes or even decorate your vehicles and come drive thru a multitude of community partners to get some awesome Halloween goodies,” says an event spokesperson. Attendees will even be entertained through their radio by our Live DJ, Dave Whipkey, who will be playing some fun Halloween tunes throughout the experience!

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Board meets with Commission and Health officials

The Braxton County Board of Education conducted a work session followed by the regular meeting on October 20. The work session was called to order at 4:30 pm by Board President DeAnna Whipkey. Some of those in attendance for the special meeting were Braxton County Commissioners George Skidmore, Lisa Godwin, and Melvin Gum, along with Braxton County Health Department Nurse Director Sissy Price and Delegate Brent Boggs.

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