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The county seat for Marion County, West Virginia, is Fairmont, which is also nicknamed, "The Friendly City." Once known as "Middletown," the name "Fairmont" eventually took over, after being a contraction of "Fair Mountain." Most famously, the city is known as the first place to publically observe the very first Father's Day, on July 5, 1908. The celebration was meant to honor the 200-plus fathers lost in the Monongah Mining disaster a few months earlier. Alabama head coach Nick Saban and Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Mary Lou Retton both called Fairmont home at times.

Population: 19024
Local Newspapers: Fairmont Times West Virginian
Local Sports Teams: Fairmont Sports Teams
Local Colleges: Fairmont State University

Zip Codes associated with fairmont, west virginia: 26554
Towns/Cities near fairmont, west virginia : Pleasant Valley Whitehall Monongah Barrackville Riversville Worthington Farmington

Fairmont News
Copter crash kills 2 inspecting Ohio power lines

The Wood County sheriff's office has identified the pilot as Tyson Snyder, 32, of Wooster, and his passenger as Jeffrey Fluharty, 62, of Fairmont, West Virginia. The sheriff's office said a caller reported that the helicopter went down suddenly in the crash around midday Monday just south of the Ohio Turnpike.

911 call changes in Monongalia County indicative of declining State Police roster

Four years removed from the graduation of the last State Police cadet class, the Morgantown Detachment is beginning to show the signs. "With their manpower, I can remember when they had 20-some officers, and now they are down to nine or ten," Monongalia County Sheriff Perry Palmer said.

Trump has delivered during his first year in office

"This is the most important election of our lifetime! Elect us and we will create millions of jobs and put more money in your pocket!" That's what makes what we saw during President Donald Trump's first year in office so different and refreshing.

Politicians and promises

"This is the most important election of our lifetime! Elect us and we will create millions of jobs and put more money in your pocket!" That's what makes what we saw during President Trump's first year in office so different and refreshing.

Teen given prestigious Civil Air Patrol award

A Follansbee teen is flying high since receiving a statewide award but that's nothing new for Dalton Ewing, who has enjoyed learning to pilot small aircraft as a member of the Civil Air Patrol's Cadet program.

"It's time for the Falcons to soar:" Fairmont...

Dr. Mirta Martin has spent the last few months preparing for the official start of her presidency at Fairmont State University, and during a "State of the Institution" address Wednesday, she outlined her goals and visions for Fairmont State's future. "It's time for the Falcons to soar, and we are ready to soar," Martin said.

18th Century fort gives glimpse of winters long ago

Justin Riggs, an interpreter at Pricketts Fort, holds a decommissioned rifle while looking at the artifacts and tools from the 18th century and onward which are kept inside the fort in Fairmont, W.Va.

City of Fairmont plans for 2018

One of the biggest projects of 2017 saw the renovation of Miller Junior High School into affordable housing units for senior citizens. WVU Medicine's $13.9 million Fairmont facility opened in the fall of 2017, which was one of the city's biggest accomplishments for the year.

Marion County Commissioners to focus on economy in 2018

Moving away from business loans, the Marion County Development Authority recently loaned money to Farmington for a sidewalk project around the town's new Family Dollar. Bringing in new businesses is a continued hope for the County Commission.

This week in W.Va. history

Courtesy of West Virginia Humanities Council U.S. Senator Harley Martin Kilgore was born Jan. 11, 1893, in rural Harrison County.

Inaction on CHIP puts WV children at risk

A family of four must earn below $60,750 each year to qualify for the Children's Health Insurance Program, while a family of eight can earn up to $102,225.

New Fairmont State U. president had long journey from Cuba

Mirta Martin's journey to West Virginia has been long. She was recently named the next president of Fairmont State University.

Marion Chamber's FUEL program expands to regional effort

Problem solver consultant representative, Michael Ruffing, speaks with several participants about social media do's and dont's in one of the event's breakout sessions during the Chamber's first ever FUEL event in February. During February's event, Morris Morrison enlists the help of an audience member to tell a story about going out of one's comfort zone.

Detroit man arrested in Fayette traffic stop

A Detroit man is in custody after Fayette County Sheriff's Department K-9 unit found some heroin in a Saturday traffic stop. A car being driven by Kayla Prince, 26, of Fairmont, was pulled over on U.S. Route 60 near Hico.

Pan Am Flight 103 victims remembered on 29th anniversary of terrorist attack

Thursday marked the 29th anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland. All 270 people on board were killed including two West Virginia natives.

Dominion volunteers distribute blankets to missions, shelters

Volunteers from Dominion Energy Transmission and Dominion Energy West Virginia made and distributed more than 100 no-sew fleece blankets to missions and homeless shelters in Parkersburg, Shinnston, Fairmont, Clarksburg and Bridgeport. Locations receiving the blankets included the VA Nursing Home, Meadowdale Manor, Genesis Youth Crisis Center, Jewel City Church, women's shelters in Parkersburg and the Fairmont Soup Kitchen.

This week in W.Va. history

Courtesy of the West Virginia Humanities Council Grote Reber died Dec. 20, 2002.

Toyota assists Prickett's Fort State Park playground initiative

Playground equipment will be installed in the picnic area at the entrance of Prickett's Fort State Park by early spring, thanks to financial assistance from Toyota and the West Virginia State Park Foundation. The project is being funded by money and grants from Dan Cava Toyota and the West Virginia State Park Foundation.

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