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Daily Archives: September 12, 2006
LEWISBURG – A longtime Greenbrier Circuit Court judge has announced his retirement and will vacate his post at the end of October. Judge Frank Jolliffe, who spent 27 years on the bench, on Aug. 31 sent a letter of resignation … Read More
BUCKHANNON – An Upshur Circuit Court judge recently ordered two sides involved in a lawsuit that stems from alleged excessive noise and dust on roads near the Sago mine to stop bickering and keep the roads open. Judge Thomas Keadle … Read More
Former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw speaks at the annual Labor Day picnic in Racine in Boone County. McGraw says an April 2004 car accident in Greenbrier County is partly to blame for his loss in that year’s General Election to Brent Benjamin, according to lawsuit filed in April.
CHARLESTON – The active duty member of the U.S. Navy being sued by former state Supreme Court Justice Warren McGraw likely will make use of the Servicemembers Civil Relief Act.