Bobby Paugh, water treatment operator for the city of Keyser, conducts a water clarity test Thursday at New Creek dam. Wednesday rainfall caused a rapid rise in area streams early Thursday.
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Federal agents revive search for Jimmy Hoffa
Federal agents revived the hunt for the remains of Jimmy Hoffa on Monday, bringing excavation equipment to a field in suburban Detroit where a reputed Mafia captain says the Teamsters boss’ body was buried.
Four arrested after gunshots heard on city’s North End
Gunshots were heard early Sunday morning in the area of Furnace and Valley streets and Cumberland Police found a handgun nearby after taking Gerald Allen Moore, 23, of Cumberland into custody.
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Local doctor named West Virginia’s most loyal
The West Virginia University School of Medicine Alumni Association has named a local physician as its 2013 Most Loyal West Virginia Physician.
Scouts reunite after 55 years
Eighteen boys left Cumberland on July 4, 1958, to travel by train to Philmont Scout Ranch in Cimarron, N.M., for a two-week adventure of a lifetime. Fifty-five years later, 10 men of Explorer Post 10 reunited at the Antietam National Battlefield in Sharpsburg on April 27.
Local marbles shooters take aim at Wildwood
Brandon Robinett of Mount Savage was in sixth place after the first day of preliminary play Monday at the National Marbles Tournament.
Case of city motorcyclist who allegedly fled police continued to July 16
The trial for Leo Regis Rodenhauser, 20, of Cumberland, who was allegedly involved in a motorcycle chase in Keyser that injured two police officers in October, has been rescheduled for July 16 at 10:30 a.m. in Mineral County Circuit Court.
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W.Va. high court yanks politico’s law license
Calling his conduct reprehensible, West Virginia’s Supreme Court stripped a veteran lawyer and frequent political candidate of his license Monday after he had someone involuntarily committed on mental health allegations later deemed untrue.
Environmental program said success
The first year of the Allegany County Collaboration for Environmental Literacy in public schools has been deemed a success by the school system.
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