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In order to tell the story about a sizable stipend raise given in June to some employees of the Jefferson County School system, our reporter, Tim Cook, had to request the salary information for the administrative staff who received a raise as part of an updated personnel policy manual passed…

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On Saturday, we celebrate the 244th birthday of the United States of America, and – yes, you guessed it — we will have to do it COVID-19 style.

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Towards the end of last week, a story came out where at least 30 West Virginians returned home from their vacations at Myrtle Beach and brought home an unexpected souvenir – COVID-19.

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Jefferson County’s tourism business is booming. We lead the state in tourism dollars and taxes. We have been blessed with natural gifts that are renowned worldwide and we welcome over a million visitors every year. The clear view of the Blue Ridge comes to mind as well as two famous rivers t…

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The historic courthouse in Charles Town where slavery fighter John Brown was found guilty and sentenced to die in 1859 no longer boasts a plaque from the United Daughters of the Confederacy at its entrance.