Ribbon Cutting for Lavender Raine

Lavender Raine, a local custom shirt and artwork printing business, opened a storefront in downtown Franklin in August 2021. The business was previously housed at the Wimer home in Franklin but with its exponential growth, the decision was made to open its own store. The shop is located at 311…

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Ribbon Cutting Held at Valkyrie Farms

Valkyrie Farms Valkyrie Farms will begin roasting and shipping three varieties of coffee. Using only beans obtained from certified organic growers, who have a 'green footprint', the new company will roast, blend and distribute its products through area markets. Joining in the ribbon cutting ceremony are, from left, Pendleton County…

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Enriching Maple in Appalachia: Advancing profitable maple enterprises throughout Maryland, Virginia, and West Virgin

Franklin, West Virginia: Future Generations University received notification of funding on September 5th from the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service’s ACER Access Program. Future Generations Appalachian program will receive $500,000 over the next three years to enhance the production and profitability of maple enterprises throughout Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. The project…

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Pendleton Business Center – Request for Proposal

The Pendleton County Economic & Community Development Authority, Pendleton County, West Virginia, is in the process of obtaining engineering services to develop, design, and provide construction administration and resident project representation for facility updates to the Pendleton Business Center.  These updates will include the building and all onsite water and…

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‘Be Local’ Campaign to Kick-Off in Pendleton County

The Pendleton County Economic & Community Development Authority (PCECDA), in conjunction with the Pendleton Times and the Pendleton County Chamber of Commerce, is kicking off a year long ‘Be Local’ campaign to increase support for local businesses. The ‘Be Local’ campaign originated from a county business owner asking the PCECDA…

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Request for Broadband Proposal

Below is an opportunity for a broadband expansion project from Pendleton County Schools and Pendleton County Public Library: RFP PCS PCPL To receive the addresses/services areas for the proposed broadband expansion on the above RFP, please email: jmowery@k12.wv.us J.P. Mowery Director of Finance - Pendleton County Schools P.O. Box 888…

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Broadband Feasibility Study RFP

The Pendleton County Economic & Community Development Authority, Pendleton County, West Virginia, is in the process of obtaining consulting services for the development of a broadband plan to support future infrastructure/implementation project(s) with a clear strategy toward funding. The RFP: Broadband Feasibility Study Procurement of services shall be in accordance…

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2021 Grant Incentive Program

Back for year two - the Pendleton County EDA grant incentive program. The Pendleton County EDA, partnered with PCB, will be awarding up to $5,000 to local businesses to encourage growth and success of small businesses located in Pendleton County. This grant program is designed to provide a mechanism for…

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