Cowen, WV

Prep Football: PikeView looks to keep moving forward in 2022

Richwood – Building a winning tradition in football is never easy and often a lengthy process. Mix in a nationwide pandemic and that task becomes even more difficult. Unfortunately, those were the cards that PikeView head coach Jason Spears was dealt when he took over in 2019, so it should come as no surprise that the main goal last season for the Panthers was to somehow find a sense of normalcy.
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Meadow River is a sleeper for anglers

The Meadow River currently is being touted among tourists as a feisty little stream that offers a medley of opportunities for both anglers and kayakers. The Meadow’s shaded summer pools keep fishermen coming back year after year, and its lower reaches attract a growing number of kayakers in spring when the stream kicks up its whitewater heels.
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Back Fork of Elk River

The Back Fork of Elk River falls through a small rapid on its journey to the Elk River above Webster Springs, West Virginia, in Webster County in the Allegheny Highlands Region. Photo by Rick Burgess.

Brandy Sue Arbogast

Brandy Sue Arbogast, 32, a resident of Monterville, passed from this life Monday, June 27, 2022, at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh surrounded by her family. Brandy was born Wednesday, September 20, 1989, in Elkins, a daughter of Perry Arbogast and Penny Hamrick Parrack. Also left to cherish her memory...
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Further delays in case of man charged in Nicholas deputy death

SUMMERSVILLE, W.Va. — Nicholas County prosecutors and defense attorneys for accused murderer Brent Tyler Kelly agreed to postpone Kelly’s preliminary hearing until August in a meeting in Summersville Tuesday afternoon. Kelly, of Birch River, is charged in the June 3 shooting death of Nicholas County Deputy Tom Baker....

Allegheny Arts Calendar for June 29 – July 4th, 2022

Here are some of the art and cultural events happening in our area this week. First Friday, July 1st at the Discovery Junction in downtown Marlinton offers fun and activities for children of all ages and adults too! The Jesse Milnes band will provide a musical back drop with music that’s a mix of county and old-time with a little rock and roll. Roy Moose will have a live demonstration of snakes native to WV. Marlinton UMC and Pocahontas County libraries will have various hands-on crafts for the kiddies and artist Peggy Owens will demonstrate her unique painting and jewelry making skills. The event is at the outdoor pavilion next to the Opera House Friday from 5 to 8pm.

Napier owners face biggest rate hike in 20 years

Napier City Council has approved its biggest rate hike in 20 years – an average increase of 9.8% per property over the coming year. At a meeting this morning, councilors reluctantly agreed to approve the increase, but some said it would not be sustainable. “We are facing the effect...

LZ Rainelle to hold Veterans Appreciation Day

LZ Rainelle Veterans Reunion has coordinated the Veterans Appreciation Day 2022 Summersville Lake tour, Murble tournaments, and lunch. The event is hosted and sponsored by Sarge’s Dive Shop and the Summersville Lake Marina. Going US-Rt 19-N Summersville, pass through stop light at McDonalds, go 4 miles, turn right into Veterans’ Memorial Park. Go to first […] The post LZ Rainelle to hold Veterans Appreciation Day appeared first on West Virginia Daily News.

Shirley Ann (Sutton) Tracy

Shirley Ann (Sutton) Tracy, 85, of Mt. Lookout, formerly of Cowen, passed away on June 25, 2022 at Stonerise Rainelle. She was born June 20, 1937 in Millcreek, WV to the late Ronal and Edith (Tyler) Sutton. Shirley was married to Charles Arlen Tracy (deceased) and was a long time resident of Cowen where she retired from the Cowen Public Service District. Shirley was preceded in death by her brother Ronnie Sutton of Bowie, MD and sister Carolyn Haddix of Dailey, WV. She is survived by sisters Betty and Jimmy (deceased) Waybright and Jeanie and Fred Sparks, both of Cowen, and three sons: Dr. Charles Alan & Kathryn Tracy, Mark & AnnaMary Tracy, and Paul & Glenda Tracy. Shirley celebrated and adored her eight grandchildren: Kelley (Whoolery), Ian, Joshua, Daryn (Moore), Tony, Erin (Hufstetler) and honorarily Alex and Gabe Garland. Shirley was known as “Granny” to her four great grandchildren: Garrett, Carson, and Jonah Whoolery and Lucas Hufstetler. She is also survived by many friends and extended family who will mourn her passing. Graveside services will be conducted privately for the family at a future date. In Shirley’s honor, Memorial Contributions may be made to the charity of your choice. Online condolences may be left for the family at Adams-Reed Funeral Home, Cowen is honored to be serving the Tracy family.

Bonnie’s Bus to offer mammograms in Nettie, Mill Creek, and Thomas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Bonnie’s Bus mobile mammography unit will visit Nicholas, Randolph, and Tucker counties offering three-dimensional (3D) digital screening mammograms and breast care education to women. A service of WVU Medicine-WVU Hospitals and the WVU Cancer Institute, Bonnie’s Bus will be at:. • Panther Creek Elementary...

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James H. Jarvis Sr.

Passed away Dec. 14, 2021. He was born Aug. 5, 1947 in Duck, West Virginia. He was preceded in death by Mother: Martha Jarvis, Son: James H. Jarvis Jr and Sister: Oma Jean Ramsey. He is survived by Wife: Nancy, Daughter: Tami Jarvis: Sons: Steve, Brain and Tim Jarvis, Brother: Charles and Donna Jarvis, Sisters: Melba Ramsey, Phyllis Marks and Carol Jarvis. Brother and Sister-in-laws: Rick and Peg Ballash, Joe and Deb Ballash and Pat and Bill Tyson, many grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and extended family and friends. A memorial service will be July 2, from noon-2, at Victory Chapel, 32 W. Bellisle Dr, Akron OH, 44319.