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Williams and Marshall County FRN Organize Hoodies and Hams for Students

For the second year, Williams made the holiday season a little merrier and brighter for local school students. The Marshall County FRN helped to organize a project sponsored by Williams that sought to ensure local children and teens will have food and gift items for Christmas. Williams sponsored a “Hoodies and Hams” project that provided…

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Donation Made to JM’s Paws for a Cause

Owner of Fabtabulous Custom Apparel Chuck Loy has donated $800 to one of John Marshall High School’s most charitable organizations, Paws for a Cause. Loy is a 1985 JMHS alumnus who was inspired by the 50th anniversary of the school to donate his profits from the many shirts he sold honoring the event. Loy gave…

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Adult Education Spring Schedule Announced

Reservations are being taken for the Marshall County Schools Spring Adult Education classes. Classes being offered can be seen at the link below. Classes are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.  Class size is limited. No refunds will be given after the first class.  Registration is complete only after payment of tuition and/or fees.  There…

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MMS Group Shows Kindness

They call themselves the Kindness Krew, and the group’s mission is to spread kindness at Moundsville Middle School and the surrounding community. The idea for the program started with a message that MMS Spanish teacher Denise Radaker received from a former student at Wheeling Jesuit University. Current State Farm Agent Noah Mull told Radaker about…

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JM Steel Drum Band Invited to International Conference

The John Marshall Steel Drum Band, under the direction of Tracey Filben, submitted recordings last spring to the Midwest Clinic, International Band and Orchestra Conference. The ensemble was contacted in May and has been invited to perform in Chicago, Illinois at the upcoming conference. This is the first group to ever represent West Virginia at…

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Southwestern Energy and CFOV Award STEM Education Grants

There will be more coding robots, construction kits, hands-on field trips and virtual reality experiences in 18 area classrooms thanks to STEM grants made possible through Southwestern Energy (SWN) and the Community Foundation for the Ohio Valley (CFOV). The grant opportunity demonstrates SWN’s ongoing commitment to STEM education and supports the energy company’s desire to…

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Little Free Library’s Newest Location Unveiled

The Washington Lands community recently celebrated the “Grand Opening” of its own Little Free Library. The “Grand Opening” included a visit from the Cat in the Hat (Jeannie Blake, Marshall County Schools Literacy Facilitator) who read one of her favorite holiday stories. Students picked a book from the Little Free Library to read at home.…

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JM Holiday Spectacular- Monarch Tidings

The John Marshall High School Music Department is pleased to invite the public to celebrate the holiday season at a combined Christmas concert. “Monarch Tidings” takes place on Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 6:00 pm in the JM Center for Performing Arts. This student produced, one night only event will feature selections from a combination of…

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Students Compete at MMS Forensics Tournament

Speech teams from The Linsly School, Moundsville Middle School, Sherrard Middle School and Van Devender Middle School competed Saturday in the annual Moundsville Middle School Forensics Tournament. More than 60 students competed in 10 different categories including Prose, Poetry, Sales, Broadcasting and Duo. Each participant presented the same piece three times throughout the day.  Local…

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Santa’s Workshop to Air on TV

Today will be the first day to catch WJMH Media’s first episode of Santa’s Workshop on West Liberty University’s WLU-TV, Comcast Xfinity channel 14. The law firm of Gold, Khourey and Turak helped WJMH Media put on the telecast by donating $500 to the Broadcasting program.  With the leadership of Carly McElhaney, the Broadcasting department…

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