Day: April 29, 2019 Archives

MondayApril 29, 2019

Harrison County BOE to revote on contract renewal of administrator accused of bullying transgender student

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — The Harrison County Board of Education will again take up the contract renewal an administrator accused of harassing a transgender student during a special meeting Monday. The Board voted to not renew Lee Livengood’s contract at a March 19 meeting, after which the Liberty High School assistant principal sought legal counsel. “I’d

Winfield man killed in UTV crash

Deputies release victim's name who died after he was ejected after travelling over an embankment on his side-by-side sometime Sunday night.

Harrison County Schools to offer technical classes focused in aerospace

The Harrison County Board of Education held a roundtable last week to discuss developing technical education courses aimed at preparing students for careers in the aerospace industry.

A possible solution to stalemate on education reform

Governor Jim Justice, Senate President Mitch Carmichael and House Speaker Roger Hanshaw have met to try to find common ground on the most contentious issues heading into the special legislative session on education in a few weeks. Lawmakers and the Governor could not agree during the regular session on a comprehensive education reform bill, so

Catholic Charities, Ziegenfelder’s working to restore hope following fire

A partnership between the two has raised thousands of dollars.

Flood damage will delay opening at Bluestone campground

Heavy rains damaged the hookups and access road to the campground area of Bluestone State Park in Summers County