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Ranson, West Virginia is located in Jefferson County. Zip codes in Ranson, WV include 25438. The median home price in Ranson is $149,900.

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Yesterday | Martinsburg Journal

Broken-Mobile, CEO sued

RAI Properties LLC of Ranson has won a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction in Jefferson County Circuit Court against Broken-Mobile LLC and Patrick Petersen, as the managing member of Broken-Mobile.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Urgent care growth, popularity continue locally

Laura Pope didn't have to wait long after arriving at University Urgent Care with her young grandson - his name was called just a few minutes after they had registered and sat down in the waiting room.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

PRIDE celebration met with tremendous support

When Ranson Mayor A. David Hamill was recently quoted by The Journal that he hoped "nothing" would come of the Panhandle PRIDE Celebration on July 12, 2014, he had already been unanimously overruled by his more enlightened City Council when they issued a proclamation declaring July 12 as Gay Pride Day.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Community Ministries in transition

For more than 30 years, Jefferson County Community Ministries has provided assistance to those in need in Jefferson County.

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Wed Jul 16, 2014

Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

West Virginia must do better by transgendered people

Actress and activist Laverne Cox recently became the first transgender person in the nation to appear on the cover of Time Magazine.

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Sat Jul 12, 2014

CBS Local

Transgender Women Claim They Were Mistreated At W.Va. DMVs

Two transgender women say they were ordered to take off their makeup, jewelry and wigs at West Virginal Division of Motor Vehicles offices or they would not get new driver's license photos.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Cape Gazette

Robert K. Franks, electrical engineer

Robert was born in Belleville, Pa., the son of the late Oscar and Alice Franks. He graduated from Belleville High and proudly joined the U.S. Navy in 1948.

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Wed Jul 09, 2014

Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

A new calling

His life has taken him from North Carolina to California to West Virginia to New Zealand and back to West Virginia again.

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Martinsburg Journal

Ratepayers concerned about Jefferson County Public Service District projects

As the Jefferson County Public Service District continues to seek funding for its proposed $40 million projects, ratepayers are concerned that a rate increase could result from the project.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

DMV allegedly refuses transgender women

Two transgender women who were allegedly humiliated and refused to be photographed while trying to update their driver's licenses are requesting that the local DMVs allow the women to be photographed as they appear every day, without harassment.

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Sun Jul 06, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Pride Day set at Morgan's Grove Park

All colors of the rainbow will unite Saturday, as the Eastern Panhandle comes together to celebrate the inaugural Pride Day at Morgan's Grove Park.

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Sat Jul 05, 2014

Martinsburg Journal

Grease trap inspections now required

In an effort to prevent damage to Ranson's city sewer system, a new ordinance has been passed requiring inspections for businesses that use grease traps to stop harmful waste from flowing into the city's lines.

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Wed Jul 02, 2014

Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

Sorry' for Saturday

Charles Town Mayor Peggy Smith wants to apologize on behalf of the city for any inconvenience or loss of business caused by Saturday's Two Cities Criterium.

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Spirit of Jefferson Advocate

Ranson hospital to go smoke-free

With smoking banned at the hospital Martinsburg as part of the Berkeley County Clean Air Ordinance that took effect Tuesday, officials say the facility in Ranson will follow suit later this summer.

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Mon Jun 30, 2014

Watersblogged

From the Jefferson County Development Authority: Two West Virginia...

West Virginia Mayors Peggy Smith and David Hamill are two of only 21 mayors across the nation who were invited to join President Barack Obama for the first-ever Maker Faire held at the White House.

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Martinsburg Journal

Journal Junction for June 30

Editor's note: Journal Junction offers the public a forum to applaud successes, discuss issues, point out problems and review the events of the day in a constructive manner.

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