Wanted for failure to register, Ronald Ward II, 27, of Eccles, turned himself in at the Raleigh County Sheriff’s Office just before midnight Wednesday, reported Cpl. R.A. Daniel of the West Virginia State Police.
Daniel said the sheriff’s office arrested Ward on warrants for the sale and transfer of stolen property in addition to the state warrant for failure to register as a sex offender.
Police said Ward as been remanded at the Southern Regional Jail to wait arraignment before the Raleigh County Magistrate Court.
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W.Va. health officials find clinic reused its needles
Health officials on Monday advised patients of a West Virginia pain management clinic to be tested for blood-borne infectious diseases after an investigation found that needles had been reused.
TWV raises $1,700 for Just For Kids
Theatre West Virginia provides the southern part of the Mountain State an opportunity to see live, outdoor dramas, but this year, it’s giving back even more.
NRCTC to have new Mercer County home
The New River Community and Technical College Mercer County Campus will at last have a home of its own thanks to a lease signed last week with the City of Princeton and the City of Princeton Building Commission following a brief public hearing.
Local country band to open for Montgomery
A local band will open Aug. 8 for country legend John Michael Montgomery at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.
Slayton inmate hurt in head-on collision
A head-on collision in Nicholas County sent three Slayton Work Camp inmates to the hospital in Summersville Monday morning. A fourth inmate was flown to a Charleston hospital.
Humane Society to host Adopt-A-Palooza Saturday
The Humane Society of Raleigh County will host “Adopt-A-Pa-looza” Saturday at Tractor Supply in Beckley.
Slots open for EMT class
Slots remain available in the Emergency Medical Technician Basic (EMT-B) course to be offered beginning Aug. 19 at New River Community and Technical College’s Advanced Technology Center in Ghent.
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Stanaford girl sings for ‘Kids Take Nashville’ CD
A Raleigh County girl has gone Nashville, and she’s asking West Virginians to show the Mountaineer Spirit by helping her win the 2014 Gospel Artist award and the Young Guns/Horizon Award 2014 at Clay’s Country Radio.
Cooked fresh: Carolina man makes biscuits for campers at Lake Stephens
Campers who awaken at the Lake Stephens Campground may think they’re still dreaming when they smell biscuits baking on weekend mornings. But they aren’t. Thanks to one adventurous culinary camper, fresh biscuits beside the water are becoming a staple.
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