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  West Virginia University President Gordon Gee today (Oct. 20) sent the following letter to the entire WVU community:


Dear Students, Colleagues, Alumni and Friends:

  Today I met with the chiefs of police from Morgantown and the University, along with fire officials, the city manager, and West Virginia University and student leaders concerning the unacceptable and destructive behavior that occurred Saturday night following our football team’s outstanding win over a highly-ranked Baylor team.



property. Mr. Phillips wants something to move in there for the town.

   Phillips told the mayor that at the time of the town meeting held the last of August there was a 50-50 chance of having a Save-A-Lot store come to Pennsboro. He has been in negotiations with Save-A-Lot since that town meeting and feels there is a great chance it will be the store opening in Pennsboro.

  Mayor Riggs asked for a timeline on knowing one way or the other, and Mr. Phillips told the mayor he would let the town know the decision no later than November 1st.

  Everything inside of the store will be removed and replaced with a total remodel of the interior.

Answer Will Come Soon For Pennsboro Grocery Store

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Fall Reading Program

10:30 a.m. Harrisville Library

Topic: Moon

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North Bend Rails-To-Trails Foundation

6:00 p.m. Golden Corral, Parkersburg

“After Hours” event with the purpose of encouraging the chamber members to mix, mingle and enjoy the evening. A delicious dinner was prepared and offered buffet style by the staff in the lodge kitchen.

  Following the dinner, David Scott, president, asked the attendees to stand and provide their name and the name of their business. There were approximately 20 businesses represented.

  Mr. Scott then provided some information about past and future chamber events. The 2014 Christmas In July promotion was quite successful as the chamber collected 1781 tickets from the twenty nine locations that participated. This was quite an increase in tickets from the 881 collected in 2013.

  The “Chamber Member of the Year” program was also announced. Chamber members will be awarded points for participating in and attending chamber events throughout the year. The “Member of the Year” will be announced at next year’s annual dinner. Members are also encouraged to host an “After Hours” event in which fellow chamber members are invited to stop by for refreshments and an informal visit.

Ritchie Chamber Of Commerce Holds Annual Dinner

  Press Release - The Ritchie County Chamber of Commerce held its annual all-member dinner on Thursday, October 16th, at the North Bend State Park Lodge. The event was featured as an  

President David Scott

BOIL WATER ADVISORY

IN HARRISVILLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

for Wigner Ave. including Mykayla Lane and anyone who may have lost water pressure last night - due to a repair of a water line leak.

BOIL WATER ADVISORY IS STILL IN EFFECT

for Oakwood Addition from Hale Street to N. Penn Avenue.

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  Pennsboro Mayor Robert Riggs announced at last night’s City Council meeting he has been speaking with Craig Phillips, owner of the old Pennsboro IGA building, about the future of that  

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