BCHA announces four new board members
Reggie Trefethen, Dion Wagoner, Brenda Hunt, and Eddie Weese

BCHA announces four new board members

Belington - Barbour Community Health Association (BCHA) recently announced the welcoming of four new board members. Long-time community members and leaders Reggie Trefethen, Dion Wagoner, Brenda Hunt and Eddie Weese…

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‘This gives me hope’: Turnout for first meeting on Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan well-attended
Break-out groups of concerned residents discuss the ideal Upshur County School System and what that looks like as well as what is needed to reach that ideal situation.

‘This gives me hope’: Turnout for first meeting on Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan well-attended

BUCKHANNON – The Upshur County Board of Education hosted the first of many conversations with community partners to help form the CEFP – the Comprehensive Educational Facilities Plan Thursday afternoon.…

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Council adopts four of mayor’s health insurance policy recommendations in an effort to save money
Councilwoman Mary Albaugh and councilman Robbie Skinner prior to voting to adopt four of mayor David McCauley's recommendations regarding changes in employee health insurance.

Council adopts four of mayor’s health insurance policy recommendations in an effort to save money

BUCKHANNON – Buckhannon City Council on Thursday directed its attorney to craft an ordinance that would implement several changes to the city’s health insurance that could yield a sizable annual…

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Higher Education Policy Commission awards grants to place health professionals in West Virginia’s most needy areas

Charleston, W.Va. – The West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission (Commission) today awarded a combined $315,000 to 12 health sciences students from across West Virginia to help pay for their…

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Sanders selected as city recorder in the wake of Reger’s resignation
Buckhannon City Council announced it had selected Randy Sanders to fill the unexpired term of former city recorder Colin Reger, who resigned last month.

Sanders selected as city recorder in the wake of Reger’s resignation

BUCKHANNON – And once again, there were seven. Buckhannon City Council on Thursday announced it had selected Buckhannon native Randy Sanders, who moved back to the city in 2018, as…

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