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Flea Market Accident
Merchandise and display tables lay scattered after a car crashed through a section of the Elkins Flea Market on Sunday afternoon.
Thu Sep 11, 2014
Man charged with sexual abuse
He is being held in Tygart Valley Regional Jail on a $100,000 cash only bond set by Randolph County Magistrate Rob Elbon.
Tue Sep 09, 2014
Johnson released from home confinement
Bond was modified Tuesday for a former Elkins High School teacher charged with soliciting a minor student at the school.
Seniors Gather at Capitol
The Inter-Mountain photo by Lynn Setler More than 700 senior citizens from across the state rallied in Charleston Tuesday to encourage the Legislature to restore $3.5 million in funding for in-home care services.
Police search for stolen phone cable
Senior Trooper C.S. Johnston of the West Virginia State Police is investigating a phone cable theft from a power pole near Norton.
Skill on Display at Farmer's Market
The Inter-Mountain photo by Lynn Setler Alongside the fresh peppers, potatoes and greenbeans, Montrose resident Doug Bennett sands a birdhouse gourd that he is handcrafting into a vase.
Beverly woman's bond modifed
Bond was modified Monday for a Beverly woman charged with conspiring with her parents, who are accused of locking their children up and only feeding them once a day.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
Winners announced at Randolph County Fair
A total of 167 entries were received for judging in the culinary, produce, crafts, and field crop competitions at the 11th annual Randolph County Fair.
Elizabeth Ann Currence Schoonover
Elizabeth Ann "Libby" Currence Schoonover, 77, a resident of Elkins, passed from this life in the early morning hours of Sunday, Sept.
Randolph County Fair Comes to End
Youth from all over Randolph County showed off their livestock at the annual sale Saturday at Camp Pioneer in Beverly.
Fri Sep 05, 2014
Beverly woman arrested on drug charges after traffic stop
A Beverly woman was arrested after copious amounts of various drugs were allegedly found in her vehicle during a traffic stop Tuesday, police said.
Thu Sep 04, 2014
911 employees made full-time
Two part-time Randolph County 911 Center employees, Richard Cox and Robert Phillips Jr., were transferred to full-time status during the Randolph County Commission's meeting Thursday.
AAUW announces programs
The Elkins Branch of AAUW has announced its programs for the 2014-2015 year. The Elkins Branch, an affiliate group since 1947, holds monthly meetings during the academic year on the second Wednesday of each month.
Wed Sep 03, 2014
Suspended sentence is handed down
An Elkins woman charged with returning merchandise to Wal-Mart that she did not purchase pleaded guilty as part of a plea agreement Wednesday in Randolph County Circuit Court.
Festivals celebrate state's heritage
West Virginia is a state with a story around every scenic turn, and our people are known for sharing tales of generations past from countries all over the world.
Elkins man's case going forward
The case of an Elkins man accused of not supplying required registration information as a sex offender will go forward to Randolph County Circuit Court.
Tue Sep 02, 2014
Mill Creek woman pleads to drug charge
Tanya Nichole Taylor, 35, was indicted June 30 on one felony count of possession with intent to deliver a controlled substance, one felony count of conspiracy and one misdemeanor count of false information.
Mildred Juanita "Mickey" Roberts Arbogast Bennett, 89, a resident of Beverly, passed from this life Monday, Sept, 1, 2014, in Hospice Regional Inpatient Center in Elkins.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Johnson: George violated his rights
A former Elkins High School librarian facing charges of soliciting a minor student is accusing the Randolph County Superintendent of Schools of "railroading" him.
New deputies join Randolph County Sheriff's Office
By Lynn Setler City Editor ELKINS - Randolph County Sheriff Mark Brady announced the hiring of two new deputies for his office.