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Selected news from previous issues -- 1998 Exponent and Telegram

Selected local news for August 17, 1998

Selected news items from the July 17 Exponent and Telegram

 14-year-old likely to be tried as an adult See story

 Wise pushes for awareness of Emergency Response Network See story

 Two honored for contributions to Bridgeport See story

 Regional airport managers to oppose increased fares See story

 WI Middle to benefit from SBA funding See story

Selected news items from the July 7 Exponent and Telegram

 Hope Gas seeks rate increase See story

 Clique Club, local landmark, burns down See story

 Upshur has too many cats See story

Selected news items from the July 6 Exponent and Telegram

 Fine music, fine time in the park See story

 Pastor seeks to revive role of church See story

Selected news items from the July 5 Exponent and Telegram

 West Virginia enjoys July 4th celebrations See story

 Lost Creek water customers fear higher bills See story

 Clarksburg lacks supply of desirable apartments See story

 Uniformed police officer will be stationed at Grafton High School See story

 City of Philippi garners Main Street award See story

Selected news items from the July 3 Exponent and Telegram

 Parking rate increase approved See story

 Red Cross comes to aid of Doddridge flood victims See story

 Water Board member found guilty See story

Selected news items from the July 2 Exponent and Telegram

 Clarksburg council to consider parking rate increases See story

 School Board changes grading system See story

 Shinnston hires interim manager See story

Selected news items from the June 30 Exponent and Telegram

 High tech firms may be ready for big time See story

 Clarksburg man charged with threatening judge See story

 No break in the stormy weather See story

Selected news items from the June 29 Exponent and Telegram

 Storms continue to drench area, cause outages See story

 Here's Amy Townsend, Miss West Virginia See story

Selected news items from the June 26 Exponent and Telegram

 Workers Comp sues two firms See story

 Who enforces city ordinances See story

 Water Board member charged with assault See story

 W.Va. families open homes, hearts to exchange students See story

Selected news items from the June 23 Exponent and Telegram

 Students find math, science are fun See story

 More testing may be needed in paternity claim See story

 Clarksburg officials seek teen activity center See story

 DOH hears Route 50 proposals See story

 Viewig backs McCuskey in speech See story

 Judge refuses to remove attorney See story

 Strip club owners' tax trial goes to jury See story

Selected news items from the June 21 Exponent and Telegram

 Volunteers work to clean up West Fork in Shinnston See story

 Local hot dog eaters know what they like See story

 Small town post offices disappearing See story

Selected news items from the June 20 Exponent and Telegram

 Bond money not enough to cover cost of school projects See story

 Latest storms cause flooding See story

 Airbag switches cause concern for repair shops See story

Selected news items from the June 18 Exponent and Telegram

 Water Board ends PSD contract See story

 Thunderstorm brings more water woes to WV See story

 School bus drivers get in gear at "Road-E-O" See story

Selected news items from the June 18 Exponent and Telegram

 City seeks annexation of parcel See story

 Summer playground programs to begin See story

 Primary spending report issued See story

Selected news items from the June 16 and 17 Exponent and Telegram

 Hail, severe storms afflict region See story

 Council looks to solve recreation issue See story

 Forecast: Clarksburg's population to drop See story

 State sues defunct dealership See story

 Layoff won't deter union negotiator See story

 Medical students hope to visit Bolivia See story

 Clarksburg 10K hopes to attract more women See Story

Recent News & Features

 Students learn nuts and bolts of jet engines See story

 Council postpones action See story

 Telemarketing firm to open in Elkins See story

 School crews busy keeping up with the growing grass See story

 News of record See story

 Chief says firefighters deserve raise See story

Murder suspect will plead innocent See story

New mayor, new charter approved in area elections See story

Fire, explosions destroy Route 19 warehouse See story

 Upshur man held in Lewis County death See story

 Lost Creek to elect officials on Tuesday See story

 Wedding in the Hills contest gets world attention See story

 Clarksburg's Mazza: "being a cop is everything I wanted to be" See story

 Clarksburg eliminated as site for paper firm expansion See story

 Parking Authority agrees to proposed rate increases See story

 West Virginia Wesleyan names new dean See story

 Clarksburg eliminated as site for paper firm expansion See story

 Parking Authority agrees to proposed rate increases See story

 West Virginia Wesleyan names new dean See story

 Not everyone agrees with parking rate increase See story

 Bridgeport to annex retirement community See story

 Board of Education sets English proficiency standard See story

 Don't blame El Nino for severe storms See story

 Third-grader caught with knife See story

 Bumgardner, sheriff, NFL player, dies See story

 Shinnston's charter vote See story

 Telemarketing firm plans to hire 200 See story

 Students help make high tech lab a virtual reality See story

 CSX train derails in Upshur County See story

 Schools tighten security during graduation See story

 Controversial timeout "box" retired years ago See story

 City to enforce curfew See story

 States says cooperation on waste pile not forthcoming See story

 Therapy group strives to heal wounds of divorce See story

 Thousands enjoy area Festivals See story

 Landlord cited with violating Clean Water Act See story

 Memorial day observed in Grafton See story

 NWS confirms Sunday tornado See story

 Sunday storms wreak havoc See story

 Gas companies to seek rate hikes See story

 Small college towns miss student residents See story

 Harrison EMS will be self-sufficient See story

 Carnival kicks off playground project at Fetterman Park See story

 Complain filed against county school board official See story

 Home schooling has advocates and detractors See story

 Parents have legal right to home school See story

 Home schooling the right choice for some See story

 City council to discuss dog cleanup issue See story

 State treasurer touts pre-paid college tuition plan See story

 Gilmer prison plan debated See story

 Avalon to sing at Italian Festival See story

 City fire fee goes to high court See story

 City council to discuss dog cleanup issue See story

 State treasurer touts pre-paid college tuition plan See story

See these stories

 Fidler files for recount

 Governor praises school-to-work

 Farmers welcome hot, dry weather

 Former Senator Randolph laid to rest

 Harrison Schools' test scores improve See Story

 Ten-year-old reporter often scoops grownups See Story

 Harrison Co. Red cross director likes a challenge See Story

 WVU commencement highlights See Story

 Despite controversy, students perform AIDS play See Story

Primary Election '98

 Taylor has 50 percent turnout See Story

 Cann, Bennett, Meighen win Harrison board See Story

 Kopp beats Queen to win nomination for circuit clerk See Story

 Incumbents, and Angotti, win in House race See Story

 Minard beats White, Fragale in Senate race See Story


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