Lincoln County administrator could be suspended HAMLIN -- The Lincoln County commission has empowered its president to suspend employees "to protect the integrity of the on-going investigation."
The action came on a unanimous vote at the Thursday, April 4, meeting of the commission in Hamlin.
Commissioners Charles McCann and K.K. Matthews joined with President Charles Vance in supporting the motion.
According to reliable courthouse sources, the primary object of the motion is longtime Cou...
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MCC holds press conference for slain sheriff Rachel Baldwin
WILLIAMSON — “Mingo County weeps for the loss of our beloved sheriff, Eugene Crum,” said County Commission President John Mark Hubbard, during a press conference held on the courthouse steps at 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
“To say that today’s events are dark and surreal doesn’t begin to illustrate the tragedy that is the loss of Sheriff Crum.”
Walter Eugene Crum, 59, served as the sheriff of Mingo County for only ...
UPDATE: Sheriff Crum shot, killed Rachel Baldwin
WILLIAMSON — Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum was shot at point blank range while sitting in his official vehicle in a parking lot at the corner of Third Avenue and Harvey Street Wednesday shortly after noon, leaving the entire Tug Valley area in shock.
Eyewitnesses, whose names will not be disclosed for their safety, told the Williamson Daily News that a man who has been identified as Tennis Maynard, of Ragl...
Mingo Co. Sheriff shot WILLIAMSON — Mingo County Sheriff Eugene Crum has been shot and killed in downtown Williamson right by the underpass on Harvey Street.
Crum was in his vehicle, witnesses say, when a male drove up to a parking lot on 3rd Avenue, exited his vehicle, walked to Crum’s SUV, and shot him point blank.
Law enforcement officers were in pursuit of a suspect near Delbarton soon after the shooting. Some media outlets have reported that a suspect has ...
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Boone County students meet with state Legislators CHARLESTON — Students from Madison, Sherman, and Van middle school participated in the 8th Grade Youth and Government Seminars this week at the West Virginia Legislature.
The students participat...
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Two local students named to Dean’s List The University of Charleston has named 68 students from the School of Pharmacy to the Dean’s List. The Dean’s List recognizes full-time students who earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher. Lo...
Smarr guest speaker at Madison Rotary Club The Madison Rotary Club was pleased to welcome Conscio Smarr to a recent meeting. As guest speaker, he explained the reasons for developing a Comprehensive Plan for the City of Madison. Smarr, who...
Judge Rowe speaks to Madison Rotary Club Judge Jim Rowe, a Democratic candidate for the office of Justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, stopped by the Madison Rotary Club on March 21, accompanied by Madison attorneys Cha...