Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Kevin Rader adopts Upshur County dog — and the two are getting along swimmingly
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Kevin Rader recently adopted an Upshur County dog, Kojak, at an adoption event in Pennsylvania. / Submitted photo

Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Kevin Rader adopts Upshur County dog — and the two are getting along swimmingly

BUCKHANNON – Last weekend, an Upshur County dog found a new home with Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Kevin Rader. Director of the Lewis-Upshur Animal Control Facility Jan Cochran said Monday…

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WVU Hardesty Festival of Ideas 2020 hosts nationally renowned activists
Nationally known activists Lilly Ledbetter, W. Kamau Bell and Piper Kerman headline this year's David C. Hardesty, Jr., Festival of Ideas at WVU.

WVU Hardesty Festival of Ideas 2020 hosts nationally renowned activists

Three people whose activism and advocacy for gender, race and incarcerated women will visit the West Virginia University Morgantown campus during the David C. Hardesty, Jr., Festival of Ideas this…

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Proposed city purchase of old Madison Street bank drive-thru could yield $100,000 for new SYCC addition
Mayor David McCauley, at right, announces a proposed agreement between the City of Buckhannon and Citizens Bank of West Virginia that would provide funding for the new SYCC gymnasium-auditorium. Also pictured is city recorder Randy Sanders.

Proposed city purchase of old Madison Street bank drive-thru could yield $100,000 for new SYCC addition

BUCKHANNON – A potential agreement between the City of Buckhannon and a local bank could result in the bank investing $100,000 in the Stockert Youth & Community Center’s new auditorium-gymnasium.…

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Reed explains how Export-Import Bank benefits small businesses at Chamber dinner
First woman and West Virginia to serve as president and chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the U.S. Kimberly Reed addresses attendees of the 54th Annual B-U Chamber of Commerce's Dinner.

Reed explains how Export-Import Bank benefits small businesses at Chamber dinner

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BUCKHANNON – She was the first woman elected to serve as chair of the Republican National Lawyers Association. Then, in May 2019, Buckhannon native Kimberly Reed achieved a second ‘first’…

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