WVU eases scholarship requirements in light of academic changes amid COVID-19 outbreak
WVU will reduce the minimum grade point average to 2.75 for all merit-based scholarships, making it easier for students, parents, faculty and staff to know the requirements. (WVU Photo/Greg Ellis)

WVU eases scholarship requirements in light of academic changes amid COVID-19 outbreak

West Virginia University students will be able to more easily focus on transitioning to online courses during the COVID-19 outbreak instead of being troubled about maintaining their scholarship eligibility during the end of…

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Navigating ‘uncharted territory’: Upshur County Schools’ staff rallies to provide food, a sense of normalcy for students

BUCKHANNON – When Upshur County School officials learned the schools would be closing due to the COVID-19 pandemic, they did not panic. Instead, they tried to put into place all…

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Longtime teacher Beverly Davis, UCPL honored at SUBA’s annual dinner
SUBA President Kevin Campbell congratulates the organization's Citizen of the Year, Beverly Davis on her dedication to the profession of teaching.

Longtime teacher Beverly Davis, UCPL honored at SUBA’s annual dinner

ROCK CAVE – The first Wednesday of March ushered in the Southern Upshur Business Association’s Annual Dinner, where SUBA members gathered to honor their citizen and business of the year…

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