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  1. Gova s Service Award to Spaulding -Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Point Pleasant Register

    Deana Spaulding of Point Pleasant has turned a personal tragedy into successful advocacy and education about the dangers of impaired driving. Her service to the community has led to her being a recipient of the 2016 Governor's Service Award.

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  2. Balloon launch set for cancer awareness -Read the original story

    Thursday | Point Pleasant Register

    The event will take place Aug. 23, 10:30 a.m., at the Gene Salem Senior Center in Point Pleasant. According to Ann Dalton, executive administrative assistant with the Mason County Action Group, the balloons can be made in memory of a loved one lost to cancer, or in honor of a survivor.

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  3. Ita s The Final CountdownRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Point Pleasant Register

    Most high school football fans and February now have one thing in common. They both have less than 30 days to go.

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  4. a Yards of the Montha for JulyRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Point Pleasant Register

    The Yards of the Month for July have been announced by the Tu-Endie-Wei Garden Club for each ward in the city of Point Pleasant. Ward One: 122 Highland Avenue Russell Jordan.

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  5. Second Annual Peck Fest returns this weekend -Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | Point Pleasant Register

    Two days of outdoor concerts will take place Friday and Saturday, July 22-23, and will include headliners Chris Janson and Kane Brown, along with Krista Hughes, a contestant on "The Voice" who was part of Team Blake, and many other popular bands from the area. Earlier this summer, organizer Garry Peck said ticket sales had already tripled from last year and several campers have booked sites at his Kanwaha River Campground for the festival as well.

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  6. Herea s your signRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Point Pleasant Register

    Point Pleasant In Bloom has worked to bring back a welcoming site to those entering Point Pleasant from the north along W.Va. 62. The group purchased this new sign and then placed it this week, adding various landscaping touches to finish out the area.

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  7. Educators collecting school supplies for flooded areasRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Point Pleasant Register

    The West Virginia Board of Education is launching a "Back to School Supply Flood Relief Project" with the goal being to provide each individual student in the severely affected flood areas with a bag of school supplies they can call their own. Locally, Becky Wood will be taking a collection for the project from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday at Christ Episcopal Church in Point Pleasant.

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  8. Following Mothmana s trail -Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Point Pleasant Register

    This year marks the 50th anniversary of Mothman sightings in the area and a unique event is being planned to follow that trail for clues. The world's only Mothman Museum will present its first Mothman GeoTrail on Aug. 19-20.

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  9. 20 years of looking for the a prettiest babya -Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Point Pleasant Register

    Although the Mason County Fair is still a few weeks away, plans are already under way for the Mason County Right to Life's Pretty Baby Photo Contest. This is the 20th year that the organization has sponsored the contest, which takes place at their booth during the fair.

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  10. Remember common courtesy at the boat rampRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 16 | Point Pleasant Register

    With over 90 miles of Ohio River frontage and another 18 miles of Kanawha River frontage in Gallia, Mason and Meigs counties combined, the Ohio and Kanawha river systems are our lake, and usually busy this time of year with barge traffic, anglers, recreational boaters, personal watercraft and kayaks. That "lake" is scattered among four different dam pools , and in some places it is difficult for boaters to find access.

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  11. Mason County summer -Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Point Pleasant Register

    Though school supplies are appearing on store shelves, there are still plenty of summer activities on the tourism calendar in Mason County. If a "staycation" is the plan, residents don't have to go very far to find something to do and experience.

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  12. This year, at band camp -Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Point Pleasant Register

    The University of Rio Grande is hosting several high schools from around the region for week-long band camps. School of Fine Arts assistant professor Gary Stewart said 12 bands will be coming to campus for camp this year.

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  13. MCCF announces new executive director -Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Point Pleasant Register

    Jane Winters, who directed the efforts of the Community Foundation of Mason County for the past year, and the Mason County Community Foundation affiliate of the Parkersburg Area Community Foundation , as well as other PACF regional affiliates for past 11 years, plans to start a new chapter in her life as she relocates with her husband at the end of this month to Smith Mountain Lake, Va. "Over the past 12 years Jane has been instrumental in building and firmly positioning the community foundation as an integral part of the Mason County community.

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  14. Historic murals under attack - 4:42 pm updated:Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 14 | Point Pleasant Register

    The blue skies aren't looking as blue in the historic murals at Riverfront Park. A mystery growth has been growing along the top of the flood wall and washing down into the scenes. 7 comments

  15. Point council approves paving, appointments -Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Point Pleasant Register

    This was the first meeting for new council members Jerrie Howard from the second ward, Gabe Roush from the third ward, Leigh Ann Shepard from the fourth ward and Brad Deal of the seventh ward. Olivia Warner of the sixth ward, was not in attendance due to a previously scheduled vacation.

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  16. Preparing for a Peck Festa -Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 7 | Point Pleasant Register

    The festival is July 22-23 at Kanawha River Campground and "buzz" has been building for this year's event which will feature headliners Chris Janson and Kane Brown, along with Krista Hughes, a contestant on "The Voice" who was part of Team Blake, and many other popular bands from the area. Ticket sales have been brisk, according to Garry Peck, festival organizer, who said this year's event is expected to surpass attendance for the 2015 Inaugural Peck Fest which hosted headliners Joe Diffie and Rodney Atkins.

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  17. New Point Pleasant City Council sworn in -Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Point Pleasant Register

    Mason County Commissioner Miles Epling, pictured far right, delivers the oath of office to, from left, Point Pleasant City Council Members Leigh Ann Shepard, Olivia Warner, Jerrie Howard, Council-At-Large Member Janet Hartley, Mayor Brian Billings, City Clerk Amber Tatterson, Council-At-Large Member Charles Towner, Councilwomen Elizabeth Jones, Elaine Hunt. The latest incarnation of Point Pleasant City Council has been sworn in and will convene for its first official meeting on Monday.

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  18. Community dance to benefit seniors; July activities planned across county -Read the original story

    Monday Jul 4 | Point Pleasant Register

    The senior participants of the Gene Salem Senior Center in Point Pleasant want to ensure they continue to have plenty of activities. That is why they have planned an activity for the public as a fundraiser.

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  19. Tractor show, parade returns Saturday at farm museum -Read the original story

    Thursday Jun 30 | Point Pleasant Register

    Tractors of all shapes and sizes will be featured at Saturday's Tractor Show and Parade at the West Virginia State Farm Museum. Doors open at 8 a.m. and those who wish to register their tractor can do so at 9:30 a.m. Registration and admission are free and though there is no judging for the show, those who enter will be eligible for a door prize.

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  20. Welcoming a MAWa to area -Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 29 | Point Pleasant Register

    For the third year, volunteers from across the country have arrived in Point Pleasant to provide assistance to those who need it - at no cost. In 2014, the Point Pleasant Presbyterian Church became a hosting site for volunteer groups sent to the area from Ministry of Advocacy and Workcamps .

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