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Note: Updates including Nov. 29 and 30 news will resume on Dec. 1, 1998

Selected news from the November 28 Telegram

Water main break disrupts city business, residents

Holiday shopping season gets an early start

Selected news from the November 27 Telegram

Area news briefs for November 27, 1998

Water main break turns city street into a river

Congregation starts new Thanksgiving tradition

State police provide tips on safe winter driving

Clarksburg Christmas parade set for Monday night

New prostate procedure available in Clarksburg

Selected news from the November 26 Exponent-Telegram

UCAR makes management layoffs

Governor criticizes Corridor H foes

Selected news from the November 25 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 25, 1998

Police looking for kids not wearing seatbelts

Adjusted schedules for Thanksgiving weekend

Two children die in Preston fire

Harrison cracks down on recycling violations

Gun buyer background checks begin Nov 30

Selected news from the November 24 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 24, 1998

Court halts Corridor H construction

Weston trio set to go on trial in Sept. 1999

Motorists urged to use caution over holiday

Pa. men charged with theft, possession of drugs

 

Selected news from the November 23 Exponent and Telegram

Upshur schools facing 'trying time'

Farmington No. 9 victims remembered

Thanksgiving Holiday schedules announced

Grafton's new police chief sees improvement

Selected news from the November 22 Exponent-Telegram

Vigil marks anniversary of children's deaths

Can Glenville State afford its football program?

Area news briefs for November 22, 1998

Clarksburg residents seek strong neighborhoods

Selected news from the November 21 Exponent-Telegram

FBI Center to handle gun checks

Harrison United Way nears goal

Historic Waldo moves closer to closing

 

Selected news from the November 20 Exponent and Telegram

Harrison Magistrate Terango is new Shinnston police chief

Lewis, Upshur school plans OK'd

Council argues, then passes levy ordinance

Area news briefs for Nov. 20

Selected news from the November 19 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 19, 1998

Inmate released, charged with stealing van

$100,000 lottery winner borrowed to buy ticket

Weston's B&O tax rejected

Council to consider excess levy, lock boxes

High court cannot investigate hospital

Selected news from the November 18 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 18, 1998

Old hotel being readied for the wrecking ball

Support for young stabbing victim continues

CNG, union reps to return to bargaining table

Selected news from the November 17 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 17, 1998

Equipment removed from closed garment factory

Upgraded treatment plant should spur economy

Motorists speeding past tanker spill site

Selected news from the November 16 Exponent and Telegram

Two die from carbon monoxide

FEMA project seeks to reduce disaster's impact

Greyhound says Clarksburg terminal will stay open

Area news briefs for November 16, 1998

Former Bridgeport mayor battles cancer

Medical waste proposal faces hard questions

Selected news from the November 15 Exponent -Telegram

Elkins officials hope old rail depot will spur tourism

CPR gets help from new heart machine

Clarksburg's fire fee before high court

Area news briefs for November 15, 1998

Selected news from the November 14 Exponent -Telegram

Outlook fair for West Virginia economy

WVU sign incident to end with an apology

Selected news from the November 13 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 13, 1998

City to proceed with home repair program

Selected news from the November 12 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 12, 1998

PEIA deficit-reduction plan angers state teachers union

W.Va. No. 7 in nation in ATV deaths

Local veterans honored on their 'very sacred holiday'

Analyst predicts solid economy in '99

"Victory Lane" dedicated at Adamston Elementary

Selected news from the November 11 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 11, 1998

WesBanco to take over Heritage Bank

Cleanup project at Eagle nearly done

FBI sponsors meeting on preventing school violence

Selected news from the November 10 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 10, 1998

Clarksburg fan says he was hassled over sign

Inmate charged with assaulting Harrison jailer

State police to review football incident

Waldo's future remains uncertain

CNG answers union proposal

Selected news from the November 9 Exponent and Telegram

 

Area news briefs for November 9, 1998Seventh Day Baptists try to serve Salem area

Harrison jail's overcrowding woes have eased

Selected news from the November 8 Exponent-Telegram

Area news briefs for November 8, 1998

Randolph schools in the black, on the move

B-U, Indians and Irish are champs in cheerleading

Harrison's clean air policy still a little hazy

Medical waste developer sets his sights on Philippi

 

Selected news from the November 7 Exponent-Telegram

Area news briefs for November 6, 1998

5 indicted by federal grand jury

Citizen's Police Academy to open classes Jan. 5

Prepaid tuition plan one answer to education costs

Selected news from the November 6 Exponent and Telegram

NASA center to help teachers teach

Contractor at Weston plant cited

Selected news from the November 5 Exponent and Telegram

Weston trio indicted

Clarksburg city council seeks renewal of levy

Harrison school board to set up student hotline

Minear one of few Republicans to win re-election

Selected news from the November 4 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 4, 19981998 West Virginia general election results

 

Selected news from the November 3 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 3, 1998

Amendment No. 1 gets 11th hour push

Selected news from the November 2 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for November 2, 1998

Poll workers set for big day

Mon Co. official says Harrison needs hazmat unit

Grafton church service celebrates diversity

Selected news from the November 1, 1998 Exponent-Telegram

Barbour voters shake up race for commissionWesleyan frats, police seek quieter parties

 

Salem firefighters fight emotions after Rt. 50 blast

Area news briefs for Nov. 1, 1998

Selected news from the October 31, 1998 Exponent-Telegram

Harrison schools hit hard by drugs

New federal prison to be built in Gilmer Co.

Selected news from the October 30, 1998 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for October 30, 1998Water loss down in Mount Clare PSD

 

Threats cause precautions at Simpson Elementary

Bombardier unveils military aircraft

Selected news from the October 29, 1998 Exponent and Telegram

Area news briefs for October 29, 1998

Rt. 50 residents remain fearful of chemical

Federal agents hold exercises at FBI complex

CNG, union return to bargaining table

EPA excavates chemical site near West Union

Clinton remains popular in West Virginia

Selected news from the October 28, 1998 Exponent and Telegram

Some evacuees still homelessHarrison board considers using more buses

 

Harrison officials want local roads monitored

Area news briefs for Wednesday, October 28

Selected news from the October 27, 1998 Exponent and Telegram

Bridgeport council ponders rate hike at city cemeteryShinnston's new city manager ready to start

 

Selected news from the October 26, 1998 Exponent and Telegram

Welfare change does not come easily

Grafton mayor calls for review of hospital's policies

Area news briefs for October 26, 1998

State setting up bomb squad unit at Clarksburg Fire Dept.

Red Ribbon week encourages avoidance

Doddridge economy is key to 2nd District race

 

Court candidates reject intermediate court idea

Selected news from the October 25, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Questions linger after fatal accident/spillDoes county need its own Haz-Mat unit?

 

Selected news from the October 24, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Two are dead following Salem crashWreck leaves a scene of devastation

 

Selected news from the October 23, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Three reported dead in fiery crashRank and file rejects CNG pact

 

Change clocks, detector batteries this weekend

Some airfares cut at Benedum

Chemical removal plan will require evacuations

City officials asks county for help with teen center

Selected news from the October 22, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

 

 

Area news briefs for October 22Holland, Sweeney seek 3rd judicial circuit seat

Funds set up for funeral, medical expenses

WVU helps Grafton 'rise from the ashes'

Rudolph reportedly spotted in W.Va.

October 21 Exponent & Telegram

Wreck victims released from hospital

Water consolidation will go through

PSC opens probe of water board

Economy key in Doddridge commission race

North View educator named Teacher of the Year

Selected news from the October 20, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Grafton tragedy puts focus on domestic violenceFunds sought to buy site of Weston fire

 

Weston wants to annex 3 businesses into city

Clarksburg to seek code enforcement supervisor

Selected news from the October 19, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Taylor murder suspect diesEducators seek ways to help students cope 

Veteran clerks in Taylor, Doddridge face re-election

Corridor H a priority for House candidates

Selected news from the October 18, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

 

 

Area news briefs for October 18Tucker County fights for regional jail site

Committee seeks expansion of U.S. Rt. 50

Selected news -- October 17, 1998

Death ruled foul play -- investigation continues

Missing: One witch with 'an ugly face'

Campaign 1998 -- Lewis Commission candidates

Selected news from the October 16, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Harrison Co. Commission to merge 3 water districts

Bishop heaps praise on area's Catholic schools

Selected news from the October 15, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Area news briefs for October 15

Classmate's death stuns students at Byrd High

EPA to examine Doddridge chemical site

Marion teen killed in head-on collision

Kids get lesson in farming and big pumpkin, too

State voters showing little interest in Nov. election

Campaign charges against magistrate candidate are dropped

Autopsy could answer some questions in death of Brown man

Selected news from the October 14, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Area news briefs for October 14Authorities call death of Harrison man "suspicious"

 

Feds arrest 4 on cocaine distribution

Bishop to conduct mass at Notre Dame

Selected news from the October 13, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Area news briefs for October 13

Television reporter files battery charges

Barbour voters to decide $8M school bond

Libertarian Party says it's gaining momentum in WV

Selected news from the October 12, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

 

State Senate: race focus: economic developmentAfter 50 years, W. Milford VFD still strong

Clarksburg FSC branch to be top-of-the-line

Area news briefs for October 12

Candidate Q and A -- State Senate District 12

Selected news from the October 11, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

FBI probes possible theft at VA Hospital

Candidates for House have different priorities

Area news briefs for October 11

Federal judge won't dismiss mountaintop removal lawsuit

Youthful chess players plot next moves

Program would help Clarksburg homeowners remodel

October 10, 1998 Exponent/Telegram

Suspects in Weston fire enter pleas

BHS struggling to cope with tragic death of student

Tempers flare following hearing

October 9, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Area news briefs for Friday, October 9

Questions remain in fatal Bridgeport car crash

Report: State's pollution reaches unsafe level

West Virginia's state reps vote against broad inquiry

Task force: strict rules for new teen drivers

School board can pay balance of South Harrison loan

Educators learn to teach safety issues

Selected news from the October 8, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Area news briefs for Thursday, October 8Many area candidates running unopposed

 

Court hears arguments in Blackwater dispute

Counseling offered following death of area student

Selected news from the October 7, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Area news briefs for Wednesday, October 7Italian Heritage Festival included on top 100 list

 

Court OKs payoff of loan to So. Harrison Boosters

Randolph schools fail food storage test

DOH finalizes plan for 4 lane Meadowbrook Road

'Difficult decision' to be made on PSDs

Selected news from the October 6, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

 

Area news briefs for Tuesday, October 6Clique Club being rebuilt on old site

Harrison holds first of 5 school effectiveness meetings

Grant assists Upshur Sheriff's department

 

Selected news from the October 5, 1998 Exponent-Telegram

Area news briefs for Monday, October 5

Children's center helps kids with family trouble

Salem Harvest Fest: little bit of history-a lot of culture

Rails to trails putting small towns on the map

Selected news from the October 4, 1998 Exponent-Telegram

Area news in brief for Sunday, October 4Lions raising funds for vet's memorial in Flemington

 

Some older teachers may delay retirement

Tentative pact reached by CNG, union

Salem stirs up fun with Apple Butter Festival

Program's goal is helping 1,000 W.Va. smokers quit

Selected news from the October 3, 1998 Exponent-Telegram

 

Experts urge homeowners to keep chimneys cleanSelected news from the October 2, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

Local & area briefs for Friday, October 2

Elkins loses retail landmark

State: Taylor program has "serious problems"

Trial set in Rowh election case

Quiet Dell PSD should pipe down, commissioners say

 

Selected news from the October 1, 1998 Exponent & Telegram

 

Local & area briefs for Thursday, October 1Enrollment drop putting squeeze on D&E College

Wilsonburg principal plays chicken for a day


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