County seeking letters of interest from nonprofits wishing to lease Hampton community building

Pictured, from left, are commissioner Sam Nolte, commission president Kristie Tenney and commissioner Terry Cutright at the commission's Oct. 7 meeting.
BUCKHANNON – The Upshur County Commission recently voted to look for a local nonprofit interested in utilizing the Hampton Community Building. The commission learned the building was deeded over to them during the Oct. 7 Upshur County Commission meeting when […]

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