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Taylor County students named to spring 2022 President’s and Dean’s Lists

TAYLOR COUNTY—Nearly 1,000 Fairmont State University students have been honored for their academic achievements throughout the spring 2022 semester.

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Maier returns to real estate, joins with Fairmont-based firm

FAIRMONT—After a long hiatus, Jacci Maier is excited to share that she’s back in the real estate business! She is joining forces with the dynamic group of Realtors at Floyd Real Estate of Fairmont.

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WV Caring’s quality care earns recognition through prestigious award

TAYLOR COUNTY—WV Caring has been named a 2022 Hospice Honors recipient by HEALTHCAREfirst, a leading provider of billing and coding services, Consumer Assessment of Healthcare Providers and Systems (CAHPS) surveys and analytics.

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Grafton City Hospital celebrates the dedication of health care workers during National Hospital Week

GRAFTON—This National Hospital Week, May 8 – 14, 2022, Grafton City Hospital, an affiliate of Mon Health System, will follow the theme “We Are Health Care - recognizing the people who work in America’s hospitals and health systems.

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Community forum to be held concerning replacement of AJES

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Board of Education is beginning the process of investigating the replacement of Anna Jarvis Elementary.

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AMFM Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers to celebrate National Skilled Nursing Care Week

TAYLOR COUNTY—AMFM Nursing & Rehabilitation Centers will recognize National Skilled Nursing Care Week from May 8 to 14 with dozens of events throughout West Virginia.

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Hummingbirds making a return to feeders around the area

TAYLOR COUNTY—Ruby-throated Hummingbirds have begun making appearances among the West Virginia hills. Ruby-throated hummingbirds are the only native hummingbird species known to breed in West Virginia.

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Local man hopes to enact change in WV Senate

GRAFTON— Longtime political activist Jay Taylor is running for the West Virginia State Senate in the 14th District.

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Bolyard to host community forum about new, safer Internet portals

TAYLOR COUNTY—This day in age, it is important to protect your sensitive information, especially while online. To help arm residents with a better understanding of risks, as well as a solution to the issue, a special discussion will be held.

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McDougal to represent Grafton, state at World’s Tourism Pageant

TAYLOR COUNTY—After being selected as the 2022 Worlds Mrs. West Virginia Tourism, Grafton resident Angela McDougal has set her sights on a bigger stage in hopes of drawing awareness to the importance of non-traditional learning opportunities for students.

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Arise, My Love Night of Worship to welcome women of all backgrounds

TAYLOR COUNTY—A week from today, the women of New Season Assembly of God’s women’s ministry group, S.H.E., will be welcoming community members to attend their night of worship.

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Dedication planned for newly installed sculpture

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Taylor County Arts Council is hosting a dedication of their newly installed sculpture, Hope for Renewal.

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RDVIC hosting traditional Walking With Survivors as part of SAAM

TAYLOR COUNTY—Often times, women and men become the victims of sexual assault, harassment or abuse and don’t know where to turn for help. To ensure that those individuals affected by the issue can obtain assistance, resources for support and information, many organizations come together to celebrate April as Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM).

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Taylor Countians to serve on Tygart Valley United Way’s Board of Directors

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Tygart Valley United Way held their annual meeting of the membership virtually on March 15, 2022.

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Grafton Recovery Center providing help since 2018

GRAFTON—Dr. Andrew Berardinelli’s first-hand knowledge of drug addiction came with his work at the Grafton Hospital Emergency Department. The ED is often the only place available for those looking for help. To help find treatment for these individuals, Dr. Berardinelli started the Grafton Recovery Center in 2018 and has since helped hundreds of patients.

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Healthy Grandfamilies returns, seeking new participants

TAYLOR COUNTY—As things have begun to return to normal, Health Grandfamilies is excited to announce that they will once again be offering in-person session, and they are ready to accept new families into the mix.

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Senior Center celebrating Senior Nutrition Program 50th Anniversary

GRAFTON—This March, Taylor County Senior Citizens, Inc. joins the Administration for Community Living and senior nutrition service providers across the country to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the national Senior Nutrition Program.

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Elimination dinner and dance to be held to help needy in community

TAYLOR COUNTY—As a way to ensure that community needs are met, Taylor County Project HOP2E will be hosting an elimination dinner, to secure funds for their program.

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