March 6, 2015

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New prosecutor Romano ready to prove herself

CLARKSBURG — New Harrison County Prosecuting Attorney Rachel Romano said she’s long envisioned being the county’s lead prosecutor and is focused on proving she belongs in the role.

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13th annual Communities of Salt and Light awards dinner set in Fairmont

FAIRMONT — Catholic Charities West Virginia’s Central Region’s 13th annual Communities of Sa…

Upshur assessor retiring by end of March; two other employees also leaving

BUCKHANNON — Upshur County Assessor Helen Phillips and two other employees in the assessor’s…

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Cardinals oust Falcons from MEC tourney

CHARLESTON — Wheeling Jesuit used a 12-0 run midway though the first half to open up an 11-point lead, and the held off an early second half surge by Fairmont State en route to an 85-76 win over the Falcons in the quarterfinals of the Mountain East Conference Women’s Basketball Tournament.

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Foul play cause of WVU's demise at Kansas

MORGANTOWN —With all that transpired on a March night in Kansas, when it came down to West Virginia’s inability to parlay an 18-point lead into victory over the Big 12 champion Jayhawks, there was one factor in the game that held them back above all others.

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