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At the Library: Sept. 28, 2022

New Fiction“How Not to Drown in a Glass of Water” by Angie Cruz – When, in her mid-50s, Cara Romero loses her job in the Great Recession, she is forced back into the job market for the first time in decades. Set up with a job counselor, Cara instead begins[Read More…]

Governor Mandates Kids Return to School

Winter Sports Begin March 1 During his press conference on Wednesday, Dec. 30, Governor Jim Justice mandated West Virginia students in elementary and middle school return to in-person instruction on Tuesday, Jan. 19. “This will give teachers and staff time to prepare,” Justice said. The governor followed his announcement with[Read More…]

Hardy County Receives COVID Vaccine

The first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine were delivered to Hardy County last week and are in the process of being distributed in accordance with the Governor’s and the Department of Health and Human Resources’ recommendations.  “I can’t tell you how happy we are to be at this point,” said[Read More…]

USDA Announces Details of Direct Assistance to Farmers Through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue today announced details of the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP), which will provide up to $16 billion in direct payments to deliver relief to America’s farmers and ranchers impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to this direct support to farmers and ranchers, USDA’s[Read More…]

American Legion Baseball Season Is Shrinking

The American Legion Baseball organization has decided to eliminate the regional and national tournaments for this summer, yet leaving the option for each state to make the call whether to play or cancel the season altogether with the state tournaments being the season finale. On April 7, the Americanism Commission[Read More…]

East Hardy Softball Preview

As of press time, high school springs sports events and practices had been postponed until April 10. That announcement came as the finishing touches were being put on the Spring Sports preview. We have decided publish these previews in order to highlight Hardy County’s high school athletes, should no opportunity[Read More…]

2020 Editions

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Appalachian Nonprofit Announces Major Expansion in Wardensville

Today the award-winning nonprofit Farms Work Wonders announced a planned expansion of its existing programming, with the creation of a new restaurant featuring a production kitchen and culinary classroom facilities on Main Street in Wardensville, West Virginia. Farms Work Wonders is the Wardensville-based nonprofit social enterprise that launched the Wardensville[Read More…]

Water Plant Project Running Behind Schedule

The Moorefield Town Council approved the fourth draw from the U.S. Department of Agriculture grant for the water plant project at their last meeting of 2019 on December 17. The sum drawn was $215,737.10. This pays both the construction company and the engineering firm, Triton Construction, Inc. and Gwin Dobson[Read More…]

Delegate Isaac Sponaugle Seeks Attorney General’s Office

Delegate Isaac Sponaugle announced that he is a candidate for Attorney General of West Virginia.  “I’ve worked hard during my legislative career fighting for all West Virginians,” Sponaugle said. “I’ve sponsored and supported bills that have become law, which benefit the working people of this state. Likewise, I have fought[Read More…]

Armed Robbery Suspect at Large

(Moorefield Police Department Press Release) On Saturday, August 17, 2019 at approximately 2:00 P.M., the Moorefield Police Department was advised of an armed robbery at the CVS in Moorefield. Upon officers responding it was determined that an unknown male had entered the store disguised with a wig, sunglasses, bandanna over[Read More…]

Unofficial Election Results

2018 Primary Results for Hardy County All precincts reporting Family Court Judge Jeff Roth – 663 Jeff Weatherholt – 812 William Judy – 609 John Ours – 317 Jonie Nelson – 283 Board of Education Steve Smith – 471 Melvin Shook – 1,173 Lisa Whetzel – 836 Doug Hines –[Read More…]

2018 Moorefield Examiner Editions

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Welcome to Hardy Live!

If you are an Online Edition subscriber to the MoorefieldExaminer.com, your same username and password should work to access the site. This site is still ramping up to its full potential. We hope to have everything fully operational by the end of January . . . You’ve reached subscriber-only content[Read More…]