The 2019 Scott County Basketball Tournament is in the record books and this year’s tournament... READ MORE
Brenda McCaughn has been a permanent fixture at the Morton Chamber of Commerce for over 35 years. Even good things have a beginning and an end. The end for McCaughn as executive director of the chamber will be June 28 when she retires. She is not retiring to take life easy by no means, she is retiring to become a full-time “farm-her”.
Lula Mae Fountain of Lake, and Allie Mae Creel of Sebastopol, both life long Scott County residents, were born just six days apart all the way back in 1918. During this month in 2018, the two wonderful women are both celebrating becoming members of the centenarian club.
Scott County native, Dr. Christopher Gilmer has dedicated his professional life to higher education. His hard work has led to him accepting the position of president at West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
The city of Forest has adopted and approved Ordinance 465 that would limit non-stationary structures becoming “single family dwellings” within the city limits.
School officials and local law enforcement were on high alert last week following an anonymous threat of violence at Lake Middle School.
A local teen is full of ambition and dreams and she is walking-the-walk to make those dreams come true.
Voters will head to the polls Tuesday, June 5, for the party primary elections. Voters will select their choice for party nominees for two congressional seats.