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Funeral & visitation set for former Wood County Sheriff Ken Merritt

Funeral services for former Wood County Sheriff Kenneth Dalton Merritt will be held at 6:00 p.m. Sunday, March 26, 2017 at the Williamstown High School Gymnasium, with Pastor William Law officiating.


Gary Allen "Rocky" Gibson, suspected of involvement in the 1984 murder of Cathy Farmer in Washington County, has received parole for unrelated crimes in West Virginia.



Gonzaga ends West Virginia University's NCAA tournament run with a 61-58 win in the West Regional semifinals


Thursday in Washington County Court, Aaron Banks pleaded guilty to complicity to commit forgery, and the assault of a police officer.


Update: Wood County Commission considering increase in property tax levy


W.Va. legislature proposes bill to allow fire department service charges


Horses help engineers access cell towers in remote areas


Ohio Sen. Brown supports USDA nominee Sonny Perdue


Mid-Ohio Valley police discuss lone wolf attacks


Belpre works to grow to its full potential


Republicans propose new changes to health care bill after postponing vote


Michigan man arrested in Marietta pleads guilty to selling heroin


Custodian praised as hero after mercury spill: 'Just doing my job'


Parkersburg woman arrested in drug raid pleads guilty to selling heroin


Marietta College to host public forum on drug abuse and mental health


W.Va. Board of Ed. votes Dr. Steven Paine as next Superintendent


W.Va. Senate proposes increase for video lottery wagers


UPDATE: Ohio gains residents, WV has 2nd largest population drop in U.S.


W.Va. accepting applications for Low Income Energy Assistance Program on March 27


Owner of Sears and Kmart expects nationwide closures


Update: Friends, co-workers remember former Wood County Sheriff Ken Merritt


Volunteer group offers free tax filing help at Vienna Library


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