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Yearly Archives: 2008
Oct. 21 Judith Ann Johnson and Alan Johnson vs. Clayton Alford PA-Stephanie D. Thacker; J-Hoke * Johnson, a Lincoln County Commission administrator, seeks all damages “available by law” for allegedly being struck in the face by Alford as a political … Read More
Dec. 1 Trustees of the Blairton United Methodist Church and many Blairton residents vs. Van Metre Millennium Blairton LLC, Riverton Corp., Berkeley County Public Service District and Preston B. Gooden, assessor PA – Laura Faircloth; J – Christopher Wilkes * … Read More
CLARKSBURG – A Pennsylvanian woman has filed a suit against the Hancock County Sheriff and a deputy for an alleged sexual assault. Vanessa Kowalyk of McKees Rocks, Pa., filed the suit Dec. 9 in feral court. The defendants listed are … Read More
CLARKSBURG – An Indiana aviation company and one of its pilots have sued a contracting company for the destruction of a helicopter and injuries to the pilot. St. Louis Helicopter and James Robinson filed the suit Dec. 5 against Pullman … Read More
HUNTINGTON — A Cabell County couple has filed a suit against an elevator company, saying its negligence caused the man to “free fall” until he crashed on top of an elevator car while on the job. Ronald and Janice Blake … Read More
HUNTINGTON — Two Lincoln County men claim their reputations have been damaged because of numerous newspaper articles accusing them of election and campaign law violations. Timothy Butcher and Bobby Adkins filed a lawsuit in Cabell Circuit Court alleging they were … Read More
I’m sorry, but the vitriol being thrown Gary Abernathy’s way is incomprehensible to me.
CHARLESTON — The Kanawha County Board of Education will not be able to randomly drug test teachers, thanks to a preliminary motion granted Monday by U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin.
Justice Thomas McHugh examines a file recently in the state Supreme Court offices. McHugh has filled in for ailing Justice Joseph Albright this fall, and he will do so for at least the start of the spring term. (Photo by Chris Dickerson)
CHARLESTON — Incoming Chief Justice Brent Benjamin said Monday he will reappoint Senior Status Justice Thomas McHugh to fill in for Justice Joseph P. Albright during Albright’s recovery from surgery and illness.
CHARLESTON — Indicting criminals without delay and getting younger attorneys more involved in the circuit court level are two goals for newly elected Kanawha County Prosecutor Mark Plants.
CHARLESTON – Farmers who sell land to coal companies without knowing it can’t sue for more money after they find out who bought the land, the state Supreme Court has decided. On Dec. 12, the Justices agreed that Robert Morgan … Read More
CHARLESTON — The state Supreme Court has established a seven-person compliance commission charged with the task of creating a long-term plan to address the state’s overcrowded jail population.
CHARLES TOWN -– A Jefferson County sheriff’s sergeant has asked that a lie detector test not be allowed in front of a hearing board that is expected to rule on formal charges alleging the sergeant had sexual relations with a … Read More
CHARLESTON — The outcome of a suit a state teachers union filed against the Kanawha County Board of Education after it elected to randomly drug test teachers is extremely important, the president of the union said. “It will set a … Read More
CHARLESTON — In a last-ditch effort to clean up a trailer park in Sissonville, Kanawha County officials have gone to circuit court requesting permission to gain entry to the park.