Harrisville, W.Va. - Steve Ritter was appointed Ritchie County Commissioner on Friday, Sept. 23.
Ellenboro, W.Va. – The Monday, Sept. 12, meeting of the Ritchie County Board of Education was full of good and bad news, good byes, and new beginnings.
Harrisville, W.Va. – The Town of Ellenboro was granted $100,000 for its Phase II Wasterwater Improvement Project when the Ritchie County Commission met Thursday, Sept. 8.
Harrisville, W.Va. – Love and generosity – two words that were repeated several times on Wednesday evening, Aug. 31, as the Mildred Frederick Prather Memorial was unveiled at Harrisville Municipal Park.
Cairo, W.Va. – Several residents and County Commissioner Randall Riggs joined Cairo Council in special session on Wednesday, August 31, to discuss the future of the town’s water system.
Harrisville, W.Va. – Superintendent Jim Brown updated the Ritchie County Board of Education on the first days of school when the group met Monday, Aug. 22.
Harrisville, W.Va. - The Ritchie County Sheriff’s Tax Office has released new information on the delinquent real estate taxes/liens sold during the State Auditor’s Certified Land Sale.
Harrisville, W.Va. – Ritchie County Commissioner Stephen Worden tenured his resignation at a special meeting on Monday morning, Aug. 29, which was accepted by the remaining Commissioners, Sam Rogers and Randall Riggs.
Harrisville, W.Va. - Superintendent of Schools Jim Brown presented the state summative assessment 2021-2022 ranking to the Ritchie County Board of Education at its Aug. 15 meeting – the last before beginning the new school year.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – Alan Haught, Harrisville Mayor and head of Hughes River Water Board, gave Ritchie County Commissioners a brief report concerning the long-planned tank project.
Harrisville, W.Va. – Kelsey Waggoner and Adam Wissner recently finished the Outdoor Recreation Camp at North Bend State Park and they attended the Ritchie County Board of Education meeting on Thursday, Aug. 5, to supply a report.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – Marissa R. Shingleton, 27, Pennsboro, was charged with two counts of grand larceny and two of burglary, after reportedly stealing a Jeep from Smith’s Run Road, Harrisville.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va – Jared M. Dearing, 36, Ellenboro, was charged with domestic battery and domestic assault after police were called to Kings Court, Harrisville, on Tuesday, August 2.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – Ismael Diaz-Jimenez, 20, Parkersburg, was charged Sunday, July 24, with DUI, expired MVI, speeding and open container after being stopped on U.S. Rt. 50.
Pennsboro, W.Va. – Mayor Robert Riggs asked Pennsboro Council to approve purchasing two pallets of rubber mulch for Myles Stadium in the amount of $1,538 when the group met Monday, July 18.
Harrisville, W.Va. – Two weeks after being announced as Ritchie County’s Personnel of the Year, Michelle Clark is now one of 10 finalists for the 2022-2023 West Virginia School Service Personnel of the Year, as revealed by the West Virginia Department of Education.
Harrisville, W.Va. – A new carnival company, inflatables, great entertainment acts, cartoon characters, magic shows, children’s games and much more are planned for the 2022 Ritchie County Fair & Expo, Aug. 11-13, at the Ritchie County 4-H Grounds, near Harrisville.
Ellenboro, W.Va. – Town Manager Chuck Hinton updated Ellenboro Council on the Phase II Sewer Project when the group met Monday, July 11.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – Philip L. Mayle, 50, Clarksburg, was charged Sunday, July 17 with third-offense driving revoked for DUI, speeding and two counts of possession of a controlled substance (meth and marijuana) after a traffic stop on U.S. Rt. 50 near Bunnells Run Road.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – Bradley L. McCloy, 34, Alma, was sentenced Thursday, July 21, to one to three years in jail for failure to provide support to a minor, with credit for 149 days served.