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After a year hiatus, youth fishing derby swet to see lines in the water

TYGART LAKE—After having to sit a year out due to COVID-19 concerns, the Tygart Lake State Park (TLSP) Foundation is excited to announce their partnership with Leer Mine to provide youths with a fun event to get them outdoors.

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BOE providing nutritious meals for students this summer

TAYLOR COUNTY—Summer break has finally come for the county’s students, and while they are enjoying their time away from the classroom, the Taylor County Board of Education (BOE) wanted to make sure that they received adequate nutrition.

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Teen Cuisine cooking up something good in the kitchen

TAYLOR COUNTY—As a way to see teens become more independent, while learning to prepare meals that can propel them into a life of healthiness and well-being, the West Virginia University (WVU) Extension Office is offering Teen Cuisine courses.

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Go take a hike! TLSP hosting special National Trails Day event

TYGART LAKE—Tygart Lake State Park Naturalist Jacob Jackson would like to invite you to join him as he celebrates the “hiker’s holiday” with a scenic venture on through the park.

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Explore the history of Taylor County through photo contest

TAYLOR COUNTY—It is often said that one must know their past in order to know their future, and the West Virginia University Taylor County Extension Service has come up with a fun way to help folks learn about local history.

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Let TCFR and PATCH do the cooking

TAYLOR COUNTY—Two local charitable organizations have teamed up to provide folks with a tasty meal that will help benefit the residents of Taylor County.

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Little Feet receives award for promoting healthy practices

TAYLOR COUNTY—One local childcare center was the recipient of an award that focuses on the health and well-being of children in their care.

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Adventure Lake tickets available

TYGART LAKE—Gov. Jim Justice announced today that Tygart Lake State Park will open a new Adventure Lake for park visitors to enjoy.

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Need for volunteer firefighters greater than ever

GRAFTON—One of the most rewarding jobs one can do is that of one that helps others. One profession sees men and women putting their lives on the line to protect citizens every time a call comes in.

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Eagles visit the home of Anna Jarvis for special presentation

WEBSTER—The Anna Jarvis Birthplace Museum was recently visited by the Clarksburg Eagles Club for a special presentation.

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Master Gardeners offering up locally grown plants at various events

GRAFTON— Join the Marion County Extension Master Gardeners Association for their Heirloom Plant Sale, for your chance to take in the beauty of historic plants.

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Homegrown goodness served up at Tygart Valley Grocery and Bulk

GRAFTON—This summer when you are craving a home-grown meal, be sure to check out Tygart Valley Grocery and Bulk, located at 1 Harman Plaza, Grafton.

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Rainbows, Brookies and Tigers, oh my!

GRAFTON—Governor Jim Justice announced previously that the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) was going to stock unique tiger trout in lakes and streams around the state for the first time in decades. The tiger trout was stocked at the beginning of April and will continue throughout May.

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Daffodil display honors memory of planter

GRAFTON—Evelyn Turner from Turner Road, lived a life of dignity, integrity and goodness, on Wickwire Creek, near Grafton. Every summer, she dug up and planted hundreds of Daffodil bulbs. In the fall, she planted those all around the farm, and along Turner Road.

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Grafton City Hospital gears up for week two of Spring Health Fair

GRAFTON—After seeing great success with their first week of their Spring Health Fair, Grafton City Hospital (GCH) is gearing up for round two of the annual event.

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Bender serving patients and the community with dedication and a smile

GRAFTON—With restrictions beginning to lift, as the county continues to navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic, Grafton City Hospital (GCH) would like to remind residents that the facility offers top-notch care to patients.

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