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CABELL BOARD OF EDUCATION: Three area schools have new leadership following a unanimous vote of the Cabell County Board of Education on Tuesday evening. Kelly Daniels will assume the principal’s position at Cabell Midland High School, the largest high school in the state each of the past two years, effective immediately. Read more about Daniels and the other principals selected at the board meeting on our local page.
WAYNE BOARD OF EDUCATION: The new school in Fort Gay is nearing completion, and school board members voted Tuesday night to purchase nearly $1 million in equipment, furniture and other furnishings. Wayne County Superintendent Lynn Hurt said the $20 million school is still on schedule to open Aug. 8, but noted the start date could be pushed back if the county does not receive the certificate of occupancy by then. Read more on our Region page.
MILTON BLOTTER: Approximately $11,700 in jewelry was taken from a residence in the 1500 block of Glenwood Road. Officers believe the incident happened June 24. It was reported to police a couple days later. The items included various rings, necklaces and earrings. Read more about this and other crime reports on our Region page.
BRENDA LUCAS: Get the latest community news, announcements, birthdays and more in Brenda Lucas' Community News column.
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