Teaching positions being filled by subs

It’s a problem Roane Superintendent of Schools Dr. Richard Duncan hopes will work itself out.

Ashley retiring from state government

After more than 35 years at the State Capitol, Bob Ashley is retiring.

Officials aware of suspected drug house

Vaccinated city workers getting $600 bonus

Spencer Mayor Terry Williams said he has been aware for some time of a house on Reynolds Street where illegal drug activity is suspected.

Numbers show big improvement

Active cases drop by 51

The county’s fall surge of COVID-19 appears to be on the wane.

Organizers give go-ahead to Molasses Festival

The W.Va. Molasses Festival is back.

Better than nothing

Limited BWF kicks off three-day run

Something’s better than nothing.

Losing his place

Man taken off transplant list for refusal to vaccinate

Tim Parsons told himself the pain in his foot that wouldn’t go away was from years of working on concrete floors.

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Mooney knows about redistricting

It’s difficult for politicians not to play politics.

Redistricting giving Roane new representatives

Roane County will find itself in some different legislative districts and have a new representative in Congress, based on redistricting bills working their way through the W.Va. Legislature this week.