ELLENBORO, W.Va. — Ellenboro Floors has been a staple of the local community for 20 years, and now a new generation has taken over, eager to move the business into the future.
PENNSBORO, W.Va. — Teresa I. Hall, 29, Parkersburg, was charged with shoplifting (second offense) and conspiracy after Sgt. C. M. Snodgrass, West Virginia State Police, reviewed security footage from Ace Hardware in Pennsboro.
ELLENBORO, W.Va. – Chrystal Knighten, 28, Ellenboro, has been charged with destruction of property for allegedly cutting off and discarding her ankle monitor while on home confinement.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – New COVID-19 guidelines for the summer and upcoming school year were discussed by the Ritchie County Board of Education July 12.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — Billy Joe Taylor, 41, Elizabeth, was scheduled to appear July 9 in Ritchie County Circuit Court on a preliminary hearing to revoke bond, but failed to show.
AUBURN, W.Va. — James Matthew Law, 39, Pennsboro, was charged by Tpr. J. M. Thompson, West Virginia State Police, with a felony charge of being a person prohibited from possessing a firearm, as well as with domestic assault.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — The Ritchie County Commission started the job of earmarking American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) money during a brief meeting June 29 to wrap up the fiscal year.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — Jordan T. Goff, 21, St. Marys, was charged with a felony (fleeing in a vehicle while DUI) and eight misdemeanors after a car chase July 5.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — Sheriff Terry Snodgrass introduced the department’s newest hire to the Ritchie County Commission when they met Thursday, July 8.
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PENNSBORO, W.Va. – A request from the Pennsboro Volunteer Fire Department at the Pennsboro Council meeting June 28 briefly rekindled the long-standing Pennsboro versus Harrisville debate.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — Jason M. Lewis, 48, Parkersburg, was sentenced to one to five years for delivery of a controlled substance (meth) in Ritchie County Circuit Court on Tuesday, June 29.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – Ritchie County Superintendent of Schools Jim Brown presented the American Rescue Plan Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ARP ESSERF) plan and budget overview when the Ritchie County Board of Education met Tuesday, June 22.
ELLENBORO, W.Va. — On June 22, law enforcement officers, along with Home Confinement Officer Jerry Duelley, went to a residence on Pike Road in Ellenboro for a home confinement check on Chrystal D. Knighten, 28.
PENNSBORO, W.Va. — Jeremy W. Hilkey, 21, Ellenboro, and Austin H. Flanigan, 27, Pennsboro, were both charged with contributing to the delinquency of a minor, after a missing juvenile was found in their company following a party.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — On Sunday, June 20, Dep. N. D. Mossor and Cpl. K. L. Barnes, Ritchie County Sheriff’s Department, were dispatched to a possible suicidal threat at a residence on Mellin Ridge in Harrisville.
A team from Ritchie County High School is one of two state winners of the Esri 5th Annual ArcGIS Online Competition for U.S. high school and middle school students.
ELLENBORO, W.Va. – The Town of Ellenboro declared June 14, 2021, as “Olivia Cress Day” and Mayor Steve Lewis read the proclamation to open the June 14 Town Council meeting.
ELLENBORO, W.Va. – Gary Poling, who is embroiled in a right-of-way dispute with neighbors and his ex-wife attended the Ellenboro Council meeting on June 14.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — Desean Tolley, 25, Charleston, was set to be sentenced in Ritchie County Circuit Court on June 8 on one count of soliciting a minor via computer and one for use of obscene matter with intent to seduce a minor.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. — Bill Dawson, Pastor of St. Luke’s United Methodist Church in Harrisville, presented plans for the 2021 celebration of Heroes’ Day to the Ritchie County Commission when it met June 10.
HARRISVILLE, W.Va. – Harrisville Council conducted a condensed meeting that lasted nine minutes on Tuesday, June 8, and then waited almost two hours for municipal election results to be announced before adjournment.
HARRISVILLE, WV – Procedure changes for the upcoming school year were highlighted by Superintendent Jim Brown when the Ritchie County Board of Education met Monday, June 7.
CAIRO, WV – When Cairo Council met on Tuesday, June 1, Mayor Gary Haugh announced the town needed a new bank account for the anticipated $112,000 from the American Rescue Plan.
HARRISVILLE, WV – The Ritchie County Economic Development Authority board members were reminded by Executive Director Steve Parks that the organization is always looking for new members and funding sources.
DODDRIDGE COUNTY, W.Va. — Daniel Aaron Long, 39, Greenwood, WV, had his home confinement revoked in Doddridge County for failing to take his tracking device with him when he left the residence.