Vol. 47, No.29

July 20, 2021

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Virtual Schooling, still an option in Braxton

Schools are scheduled to return to pre-pandemic normal this fall. However virtual schooling will still be an option. The Braxton County Board of Education has provided a list of commonly asked questions pertaining to the program in hopes educating parents and students of their options. Any questions should be addressed to the School Board office.


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Schools to return to pre-pandemic schedule

The Board of Education of Braxton County held their most recent meeting on June 20. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by Evelyn Post. Board President DeAnna Whipkey and Vice President David Hoover were absent from the meeting.

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Garbage service hot topic at Sutton Council meeting


The Sutton Town Council held a regular meeting on June 22. The meeting was called to order at 6:00 pm by Mayor JD Hoover. Recorder Joan Bias was absent..



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Extension Service/4-H
to host ATV Safety Course

WVU-Braxton County Extension and Braxton County 4-H they are excited to be offering the ATV Safety Institute ATV RiderCourse this year. The RiderCourse provides students an opportunity to practice basic riding skills in a controlled environment under the supervision of an ASI-licensed Instructor. Riding lessons allow students to practice basic safety techniques such as stopping, turning and swerving, negotiating hills, riding over obstacles and more. Discussion lessons cover riding strategy, as well as responsible and safe ATVing.

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