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City announces this year’s Solid Waste Garbage Collection

GRAFTON—According to Grafton City Manager, Kevin Stead the city of Grafton will begin Solid Waste Garbage Collection next month.

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Taylor County students named to spring 2020 president’s and dean’s list

FAIRMONT—More than 1,300 students have been honored for their academic achievement at Fairmont State University after completing the spring 2020 semester.

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Graduates from Alderson Broaddus University are entering the workplace with record-high employment rates, new survey shows

PHILIPPI, W.Va.—June 2, 2020—Alderson Broaddus University has released its latest post-graduation career report, which shows that 100 percent of AB students from the Class of 2019 are in full-time employment or are pursuing further study within six months of graduation.

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Once Upon a Time at TCPL

GRAFTON— The Taylor County Public Library (TCPL) is continuing to nurture the love of books for the community’s youngest readers with a recent announcement that they will still be hosting their Annual Summer Reading Program.

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GHS student accepted to Ivy League: Columbia University

GRAFTON—A Grafton High School senior will continue his education at an Ivy League school.

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Taylor County Public Library to welcome patrons back on Tuesday

TAYLOR COUNTY—Some residents have been taking advantage of some down time due to the recent pandemic, finding themselves lost in another world through a good book. Readers will be able to visit their local library once more to grab more books to delve into to help escape their COVID-19 reality.

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A notice from the Circuit Clerk

During the mandated closure of the Taylor County Courthouse, the Circuit Clerks Office remained open for all services, every business day.

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Date changed for Taylor Health Care parade

GRAFTON— Due to the weather forecast the Taylor Health Care Center parade, originally scheduled for Friday, was rescheduled for Tuesday, May 26 at 2:00 pm.

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Taylor Health Care Center to host special event

GRAFTON— Taylor Health Care Center. located beside Grafton City Hospital, will be hosting a parade to brighten their residents’ day.

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Additional traffic delays announced by the Department of Highways

TAYLOR COUNTY, WV - The West Virginia Division of Highways advises motorists of some upcoming road closures that may effect their routes of travel.

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Officials seeking to find impacts of Coronavirus on diet and health

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Coronavirus pandemic has affected the lives of the county’s residents in many different ways. Now, the West Virginia University (WVU) is partnering with local organizations to help learn how the virus’s spread has affected community member’s nutrition.

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A message from Taylor County Schools about the Census

Every 10 years, the US Census Bureau undertakes a mammoth task: counting all the people residing in the United States.

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GHS Class of 2020 Graduation events announced

GRAFTON—Grafton High School Prinicpal Lori Shumaker has made the following announcement in regards to Senior Class activities:

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Gov. Justice, WVU Hospitals announce plans for keeping Fairmont Regional Medical Center open; construction of new community hospital

CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice announced today that Fairmont Regional Medical Center will continue operating under the umbrella of WVU Hospitals and that a new, state-of-the-art, full-service 100-bed facility will be constructed during the next 18-24 months preserving hundreds of jobs in the region.

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Green Day Hike offers mental health break while social distancing

TYGART LAKE— Despite a chill in the air, and the threat of COVID-19 looming down on the Mountain State, nearly 50 individuals gathered at the Tygart Lake State Park Campgrounds on Saturday, March 14, to venture off on a newly developed trail for the park’s annual Green Day Hike.

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  • Harrison County man sentenced for firearms charge

    CLARKSBURG, WEST VIRGINIA – Timothy Allen Crowe, of Bridgeport, West Virginia, was sentenced today to two years’ probation, with the first 12 months on home confinement, for a firearms charge, U.S. Attorney Bill Powell announced.