Vol. 46, No. 46

November 17, 2020

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Mysterious origin of ‘Old Woman Run’ explained

Sharp-eyed travelers visiting the historic district at Sutton, West Virginia, may observe that two swift streams come coursing down out of the hills to join the Elk River there.






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Sutton resident questions Corps changes at South Abutment area

Bill Hopen, a prominent sculptor, and local resident of Sutton has questioned recent activities at the South Abutment area of Sutton Dam. The Corps of Engineers recently demolished a picnic shelter behind the Dam as well as removing portions of the swimming area that was also at the South Abutment boat launching area and parking lot.

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Sutton Town Council discusses various topics

The Sutton Town Council conducted their most recent meeting on November 12. The meeting was called to order at 6:01 pm by Recorder/Acting Mayor Joan Bias. All council members were present. Mayor JL Campbell was absent.

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DHHR announces Energy
Assistance Program available

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) will begin mailing applications for the Low-Income Energy Assistance Program (LIEAP) on November 16, to those who received LIEAP this past season.

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New Exit Ramp open on I-79

Braxton County travelers will notice a major change when traveling north on I-79. The West Virginia Department of Transportation announced that the new exit ramp has opened at the I-79 Exit 99 project in Weston. On Monday, November 9, construction crews officially opened the ramp to traffic exiting I-79 SB at Exit 99.

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