Bottled water to continue at schools for this week at least
Despite the emergence of diverging opinions on how to move forward, the Lincoln County Board of Education last week agreed to continue with the use of bottled water and tanked supply for other purposes at schools for this week at least.
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Thu Mar 06, 2014
County Notice Board - 3/5/2014
The American Legion of Hamlin, intersection Rts. 3 & 34, will sponsor a blood drive on Thursday, March 13, 2014, 12 noon 'til 6pm.
Duval Yellowjackets dominate math field day; Individual top honors...
The overall honors for both the elementary and middle school categories went to Duval PK-8, last week, as over 80 students took part in the annual Lincoln County Math Field Day at the Lincoln County Board of Education's central office in Hamlin.
Commission writes senators regarding support for new State Police barracks
The three Lincoln County commissioners unanimously approved all items moved for a decision at the February 20, 2014 regular session in Hamlin.
Major makeover for Hamlin grocery store
Hamlin Save A Lot owner, T.G. Hoffman, is proudly showing off new innovations in the Hamlin grocery store.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
County Notice Board - 2/26/14
March 2, 2014, 11:30am - 2:00pm at LCOC, 360 Main Street, Hamlin. Dine in or pick up.
Delegate Miller meets constituents in Hamlin
Lincoln County's only Republican voice among state lawmakers met with constituents in Hamlin, last week, for a town hall meeting to discuss the recent water crisis and other issues.
Legal counsel advises council on permits, zoning
Hamlin Town Council engaged with their legal counsel for the first time, recently, since first agreeing to avail of his services for an hourly fee last year.
Draw held for May 13 ballot
As required by state law, the drawing for the order of the ballots to be used in May 13 primary elections took place last week in Hamlin.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Commission round-up: February 6 session
The three members of the Lincoln County Commission took unanimous action on the following items at the February 6, 2014 regular session in Hamlin.
Energy Express will return
Energy Express will return to Lincoln County once again this summer with sights already approved for West Hamlin, Hamlin, and Midway.
Town receives election update
With just four months until the municipal election in Hamlin, the town council received an extensive update from Lincoln County Clerk Direl Baker and Election Clerk Kristy Scraggs recently.
State Police quickly arrest man following robbery
A man was being held at the Western Regional Jail in Barboursville, early this week, after being swiftly arrested by West Virginia State Police following a weekend robbery at a Lincoln County gas station.
Highways facility coming to Lincoln business park
In a major announcement last week, the Lincoln Economic Development Authority and the West Virginia Division of Highways announced the building of a new highways district facility at the Lincoln North Business Park near Hamlin.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
No Bulk Water In Some Counties
LINCOLN COUNTY, W.Va. -- More than one month after the chemical leak, people in Hamlin are still making trips to the other side of the mountain to get water.
Sat Feb 15, 2014
Man Accused Of Robbing 7-11 Near WVSP Detachment Arrested
A man is behind bars accused of robbing a convenience store beside of the West Virginia State Police detachment in Lincoln County.
Fri Feb 14, 2014
2-day suspension approved -Board round-up for Feb. 4
The following items were approved unanimously by the Lincoln County Board of Education at the Tuesday, February 4, 2014 regular session in Hamlin.
Thu Feb 13, 2014
Lions tame Bobcats
The Harts Lions used mostly their tame lineup to conquer the Bobcats of Hamlin last week.
Summary judgment sought; judge recusal; letter sheds new light on firing case
Chief Circuit Court Jay Hoke has voluntarily disqualified himself from the civil action brought by a former Lincoln County Commission administrator against the commission.