Poling-St. Clair Funeral Home welcomes third generation of licensed funeral directors
Newly licensed funeral director Sarah St. Clair and Licensee in Charge of Poling-St. Clair Funeral Home Codi Cabrera celebrate St. Clair joining the Poling-St. Clair team as the third-generation of licensed funeral directors.

Poling-St. Clair Funeral Home welcomes third generation of licensed funeral directors

BUCKHANNON – A local family business has welcomed its third generation to help with the operations. Sarah St. Clair recently finished her state and national…

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Gov. Justice, HHOMA Director Jill Upson present $247,000 in grants to Kanawha County organizations for BRIDGE community revitalization pilot program
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Gov. Justice, HHOMA Director Jill Upson present $247,000 in grants to Kanawha County organizations for BRIDGE community revitalization pilot program

CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice joined Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs Executive Director Jill Upson for a ceremony at the State Capitol today,…

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Glenville State teacher interns participate in mental health first aid training
Glenville State College student teacher interns who participated in the recent YMHFA training included: front row (l-r) Sarah Brunty, Autumn Knight, Dorothy Davis, Faith Woods, Miranda Allen, Taylor Cool, Dr. Grace Wine; back row (l-r) Clayton Lagasse, Kelly Bruce, Aimee Asbury, Brooke Spencer, Rachel Flanigan, Dianne Bailey-Miller, Bethany Spelock

Glenville State teacher interns participate in mental health first aid training

Glenville, W.Va. – Teacher interns within the Department of Education at Glenville State College recently participated in Youth Mental Health First Aid (YMHFA) training. The…

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WVU students awarded Gilman Scholarship to study in Brazil
Ciara Stewart and Jordan Douglas Wheatley, WVU's 2020 Gilman Scholars. (WVU Photo)

WVU students awarded Gilman Scholarship to study in Brazil

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Opportunities to broaden the scope of their health care studies and make global connections await West Virginia University’s most recent Gilman Scholars this year in…

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City to decline county’s $15K appropriation for fire department
Buckhannon Fire Chief J.B. Kimble delivers his monthly report at city council's Feb. 6 meeting.

City to decline county’s $15K appropriation for fire department

BUCKHANNON – City officials on Thursday voted to decline a $15,000 appropriation from the Upshur County Commission earmarked for the Buckhannon Fire Department, citing fears…

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