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WINFIELD – A Poca-based company says it has lost hundreds of thousands of dollars after it was taken advantage of by a company whose products it distributes. Kanawha Scales and Systems Inc. filed a lawsuit Nov. 20 in Putnam Circuit … Read More
Nov. 20 Kanawha Scales & Systems Inc. vs. Avery Weigh-Tronix Inc. PA-James M. Sturgeon Jr and Thomas H. Vanderford IV; J-Spaulding * Kanawha Scales says Weigh-Tronix wrongly stepped in and made Con-Way Transportation Services a national account, costing the company … Read More
WINFIELD – A Kanawha County man claims a bone found in a McDonald’s hamburger resulted in an injury to his tooth. William W. Mucklow filed the lawsuit Nov. 20 in Putnam Circuit Court against McDonald’s Corporation and Macatac Winfield Inc., … Read More
WASHINGTON, D.C. – A Putnam County-based company will get to keep the nearly $13 million judgment it was awarded in April 2006 after the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear the appeal of the defendant. Monday, the justices denied … Read More
WINFIELD – The medical malpractice lawsuits against a former Putnam County doctor might be delayed if he files for personal bankruptcy. During a Nov. 16 motion hearing, Putnam Circuit Judge O.C. “Hobby” Spaulding said Dr. John A. King’s attorney had … Read More
Oct. 22 Ken Jacob vs. Kenneth M. Thornton PA-Jason A. Winnell; J-Spaulding * Jacob filed a notice of foreign judgment after a judgment was entered against Thornton in the 19th Judicial District Court, Parish of East Baton Rouge, La., for … Read More
Putnam County Magistrate Kim Blair, left, with her husband, former Putnam County Commissioner Jim Caruthers.
WINFIELD – The publisher of a Putnam County news Web site has filed an ethics complaint against a Putnam magistrate alleging she used her office to retaliate against him for publishing an unflattering article about her and her husband, a former county commissioner. Read More
WINFIELD — The wife of the recently deceased Putnam County Circuit Clerk has been appointed to serve out the rest of his term. Nina Wright was appointed Oct. 30 by Chief Putnam Circuit Judge Ed Eagloski with concurrence from Circuit … Read More
Nitro attorney Harvey D. Peyton, left, chats with his client, Hurricane Mayor Scott D. Edwards, following a hearing Oct. 26 on Edward’s motion to prohibit the Hurricane city council from deciding on the validity of disputded early voting ballots. (Photo by Lawrence J. Smith)
WINFIELD – Citing strict interpretation of state Supreme Court rulings on election law statutes, a judge has ordered the Hurricane city council to refrain from rendering a decision on disputed ballots in June’s mayoral election.