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Annual Christmas Parade to hit the streets this evening

GRAFTON—Following the enchantment of the illumination of tens of thousands of lights and the community Christmas tree during the city’s annual Light Up Night last night, the magic of the Christmas season will continue on tonight, as the community welcomes Santa and Mrs. Claus to Grafton, during the annual Christmas Parade.

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Santa Claus is coming to town

GRAFTON—Christmas will be here before you know it, and Santa has been hard at work at the North Pole preparing for his long night of toy delivery. But, in an effort to check up on local girls and boys, he will be making his way to Grafton for a special breakfast.

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Don’t let Old Man Winter hinder your driving, take steps to keep safer

GRAFTON—The area saw its first snowfall on Friday, which lead to treacherous road conditions for drivers to navigate.

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The tradition of apple cider making has deep roots in WV

TAYLOR COUNTY—Yesterday was more than just Friday, it was a little-known holiday that has deep roots here in Appalachia.

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WV Caring meeting patients where they are during NHPCM

TAYLOR COUNTY—WV Caring is happy to meet patients and families where they are, and they will be doing just that throughout the month of November as they celebrate National Hospice and Palliative Care Month (NHPCM) with various community events.

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Peanut butter and jelly sought for children over school break

TAYLOR COUNTY—Before long, preparations for the holiday season will begin, and while some students look forward to dinners filled with delicious foods, others are left fearing if they will have a meal at all.

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Come get up close and personal with owls

TAYLOR COUNTY—Avian enthusiasts are invited to take part in an event that is sure to be unlike any they have ever attended, and one that will get them up close and personal with owls.

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Good Shepherd celebrates the leadership of Rev. Matthew Dotson

GRAFTON—October was National Pastor Appreciation Month in many area denominations, and to celebrate the occurrence, the congregation of The Church of the Good Shepherd wants to recognize the efforts of their pastor, Reverend Matthew Dotson, in leading the church to serve others in the community.

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GHS students celebrate Hispanic heritage

GRAFTON—Grafton High School’s Spanish program has been celebrating El Mes De La Herencia Hispana, a month honoring the culture and contributions made by Hispanic Americans.

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Flemington Events and Festivals invites residents to fall craft show

TAYLOR COUNTY—Fall has made its way to the area and soon winter will be knocking on our doors. And with the cooler months comes a new set of holidays to look forward to.

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Veteran’s Appreciation event to be held to honor former service members

TAYLOR COUNTY— Veteran’s Day may not be until November 11, but one local organization is holding a Veteran’s Appreciation Day, in conjunction with November First Fridays, and is inviting the community to attend.

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Applications for NCWVCAA Forgotten Angel available Nov. 1

TAYLOR COUNTY—To help ensure that the Christmas Spirit is alive and well in all children, regardless of economic standing, one local organization is once again stepping forward to supply gifts.

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Taylor, Harrison County Commissions each donate $10,000 to YCF $1 Million Match campaign

MORGANTOWN—Your Community Foundation of North Central West Virginia, Inc. (YCF) is pleased to announce the Harrison and Taylor County Commissions each donated $10,000 to the $1 Million Match Campaign.

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Backpack program gearing up for school breaks, seeking donations

TAYLOR COUNTY—The school year is in full swing, and before long, Thanksgiving and winter break will be here. To help ensure that students have food while away from school, the Fetterman United Methodist Church/Anna Jarvis Elementary School Backpack (FUMC/AJE) Program is ramping up their efforts of food collection and packaging for students.

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TCAC welcomes you to the darker side of art with Black Magic Wunderbox

GRAFTON—Spooky season is here, and the Taylor County Arts Council (TCAC) will be showcasing an exhibit that is sure to get you in the Halloween mood.

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High quality items featured at the AJ Museum’s Fall Yard Sale

WEBSTER— Everyone loves a yard sale, right? There’s just something special about finding treasures among the tables.

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Top Winner Named in the 100 Miles in 100 Days Walking Challenge

TAYLOR COUNTY—The West Virginia University Taylor County Extension Office, together with the PATCH Coalition of Taylor County, are proud to announce that Jeffrey Martin is the winner of the 100 Miles in 100 Days Walking Challenge that was held throughout the summer.

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There’s No Place Like Home listening tour to kick off in Taylor County

TAYLOR COUNTY—Calling all moms! Your input is needed and wanted during a new listening tour.

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Health department offering updated COVID boosters

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Grafton-Taylor County Health Department is ready to help residents take their shot at staying healthier this season, and one way they hope to do so is through the newly released COVID boosters.

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Tygart Valley United Way urges residents to step up with 2023 campaign

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Tygart Valley United Way has kicked off their annual campaign and is hoping that it will supersede the goal they met last year.

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Veterans invited to fellowship through special breakfast event

GRAFTON—After a successful event last time, the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) will be hosting another breakfast gathering.

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Spirit of Animals Rescue seeking assistance from the community

GRAFTON—An organization with a mission to keep four-legged friends out of the shelters, healthier and happier is in need of assistance from the community.

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West Virginia Poison Center announces return of poster contest

TAYLOR COUNTY—Are you a creative mind in kindergarten through 12th grade? The West Virginia Poison Control Center is hosting a poster contest and is seeking youths to help create awareness of poisons and, in turn, save lives.

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