Women's Expo Donates To Penny Pitch

By Judy Steele

The fourth annual Head To Toe Women's Expo was a big success. Tickets were sold to register for some great prizes that were all donated by vendors who participated in the expo, as well as other businesses around the community. The ladies who sponsor the expo donated the proceeds from the ticket sales to Penny Pitch, and this year, they donated $1,000.

Read more in the Monday, November 24, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Rainelle Man Pleads Guilty To One Count Of Sexual Abuse

By Sarah Richardson

A Rainelle man has plead guilty to one count of sexual abuse in the first degree. Markell James Mosley was arrested and charged with two felony counts of first degree sexual abuse and two felony counts of first degree sexual assault on September 30, according to a criminal complaint filed by Rainelle Police Officer J.L. Stevens.

Read more in the Friday, November 21, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ronceverte Development Corp. Holding Business Open House

On December 1, the Ronceverte Main Street and Ronceverte Development Corporation will hold a business open house from 5-7 PM prior to the annual Ronceverte Christmas parade.

Read more in the Monday, November 24, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Grassroots: Planted One Year Ago And Still Growing Roots

By Robin Zimmerman

He sits on the bleachers in a gymnasium and looks around. To the far left is a table offering hot coffee, tea and cocoa and cold lemonade. The gymnasium floor is peppered with round white tables and chairs where several people are seated. He takes a deep breath. This is not what he expected "church" to look like, but he had never been to church before, so what did he know about church, really?

Read more in the Friday, November 21, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Elect Her: Campus Women Win Returning To Lewisburg

Elect Her: Campus Women Win, the only program that trains women students to run for student government and future political office, will head to the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine (WVSOM) in January 2015 for the second year in a row.

Read more in the Monday, November 24, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

Ryder Back In Court For Motion Hearing

By Sarah Richardson

George Henry Ryder was back in court Thursday for a motion hearing regarding a future trial on charges under the West Virginia habitual offender law. Ryder has been charged with a habitual offender's status, and if found guilty, could be sentenced to life in prison.

Read more in the Friday, November 21, edition of the West Virginia Daily News.

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