Wednesday, August 14, 2019
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GLENHAYES - The 2018 season was a roller coaster ride for the Tolsia High School football team, who experienced extreme highs and lows on their way to an even 5-5 record. Tolsia was bested by an average of 25.8 points in its five losses but offset that number with 28.2 point margin of victory in their five wins.

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Hello all, I hope your week has been well. Mine has been ok, albeit a little busy.

I was recently promoted to office manager at work and with that comes more responsibility, so taking a whole week off meant I had some catching up to do when I got back. That's ok though, I am more than grateful for my new position and will happily handle all those new responsibilities. I'm not a fan of change at all, but when you get a great opportunity, you better take it while you can.

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This summer has been a hot one here in Wayne County, so much so that I have been doing some research on how to make my beauty routine a little easier.

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Injuries, holdouts and 'vanilla' offense. Welcome to the NFL preseason.

I'll be the first to tell you, sometimes I get bored watching preseason games and I fall into the trap of asking "What's the point of all this anyway?" I mean lets be honest, at face value it seems like a waste of time.

WAYNE - The seemingly fragile state of emergency response services has been an area of concern for local officials and residents alike in Wayne County - the discussion primarily focusing on elevated and significantly variable response times county-wide. Recent data provided by Wayne County 911 confirms some of those concerns, painting a picture of an uneven workload for the counties six emergency response stations.

HUNTINGTON - Like celebrities arriving at a red carpet event, the girls of the 12-under Buffalo Babe Ruth All-Star team arrived at Camp Mad Anthony Wayne near Spring Valley High School on Aug. 7 for a celebration of the team's run to the World Series championship game in Florida two weeks ago.

WAYNE - After years of waiting, relatives of the first Sheriff of Wayne County, West Virginia were pleased to see his picture placed on the wall just outside the Sheriff's office in the county courthouse Monday morning.

The Wayne County News

HUNTINGTON - Steven Ferguson, 40, of Wayne County, was sentenced July 31 to nine months in prison for being a prohibited person while possessing ammunition, according to a news release from United States Attorney Mike Stuart.