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Celebrating GCH’s Heroes in the Lab

GRAFTON— Now more than ever, it is important to recognize the hard work of Medical Laboratory Scientists, and this past week was a time of recognition of these highly skilled individuals, the Heroes in the Lab at Grafton City Hospital.

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Rotarians to honor colleague while serving up buckwheat dinners

GRAFTON—The Rotary Club of Grafton’s Education Endowment invites residents to come and enjoy a delicious meal that will not only benefit the youths of Taylor County but will help to honor a beloved Rotarian.

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Celebrating the selfless act of organ donation

GRAFTON—Donating one’s organs may very well be the last selfless act a person can make in their life, and April is set aside as a month to celebrate those generous individuals who gave someone else a better chance at life.

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Dispatchers are more the a voice on the other end of the line

TAYLOR COUNTY—Serving as a vital link between a community and the fire, medical and law enforcement agencies that aid them, Public Safety Telecommunicators act as critical lifeline to other first responders, and these unsung heroes are always there to answer the call.

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WV Caring Resale Shops to once again host Cinderella Sale

TAYLOR COUNTY—Prom will be here before long, and some ladies are already on a hunt for the perfect dress. Prom dress shopping can be expensive, so one area organization is offering dresses that won’t break the bank.

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Area firefighters pay respect to fallen brother who died in the line of duty

FAIRMONT—Firetrucks from surrounding areas lined up on I-79 to salute a fallen veteran Preston County firefighter, who was killed while responding to a fire on Sunday.

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Get ready to place your bids at the 2021 WV Beef Expo

TAYLOR COUNTY—The WV Beef Expo committee is glad to announce there will be a reduced version of the 2021 WV Beef Expo this year. It will occur on Friday and Saturday, April 9-10, 2021 at WVU Jackson’s Mill, Weston WV.

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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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Flemington High to host annual reunion following last year’s cancellation

FLEMINGTON— After the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Flemington High Alumni Association to cancel their annual banquet, the group is ready to reconvene with adjustments made to accommodate the current guidelines and restrictions that remain in place.

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Leach dedicated to serving patients at Grafton City Hospital

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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Berardinelli serving patients in many capacities at GCH

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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Berardinelli serving patients in many capacities at GCH

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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Grafton City Hospital ready to meet the needs of the community

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

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The Easter Bunny is coming to town

TAYLOR COUNTY—Spring is in the air, and that means one thing; the Easter Bunny is hard at work preparing baskets for the area’s children to enjoy on Easter morning.

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Anglers encouraged to fish local with Spring Trout Stockings

TAYLOR COUNTY—With the warmer weather approaching and folks tired of being cooped up indoors, focus will soon be shifted to outside playtime.

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COVID drastically downsizes WV Strawberry Festival

BUCKHANNON — The 2021 West Virginia Strawberry Festival is scheduled to proceed after last year’s complete cancellation, but it will reportedly be a very downsized version of the 79th annual celebration that brings people to Buckhannon from near and far.

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Taylor County History Hunt now under way, clues released

GRAFTON—Grab your kids and get ready to have fun while expanding your minds, as participants of the Taylor County Partners in Prevention Team’s first-ever Taylor County History Hunt.

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PATCH initiative successful thanks to generous contributions

TAYLOR COUNTY—After receiving overwhelming support for their initiative, the Planned Approach to Community Health (PATCH) Coalition is happy to report that needed supplies are being made available to women in the county.

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4-Hers encouraged to showcase creativity

TAYLOR COUNTY— The Taylor County 4-H program continuously offers ways for their members to express themselves using multiple different mediums. The organization is currently offering opportunities for members and Cloverbuds to challenge themselves in several of their annual contests.

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Town of Flemington looks to future with upcoming election

FLEMINGTON—The Town of Flemington is looking to the future and will be holding a municipal election this June. The governing body is seeking dedicated individuals to fill various positions, who are ready to help propel the community into a thriving future.

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BSA to celebrate 111 years of the development and structure of future leaders

TAYLOR COUNTY—The Boy Scouts of America provides a wonderful way for young men to learn, grow and flourish through various programs and camp opportunities. Locally, youths do this through their time with Troop 6.

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