Betty F. Talbott

Betty F. Talbott, 88, of Buckhannon, W.Va. died Friday, October 16, 2020, at the St. Joseph’s Hospital in Buckhannon. She was born March 9, 1932,…

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Glenville State College students take part in W.Va. Division of Forestry timber felling and chainsaw safety workshop
West Virginia Division of Forestry employees Jesse King (far left) and Johnny King (far right) are joined by Glenville State College students (l-r) Katlyne Rollyson, Dylan Fitzgerald, Jonathan Myles Hutton, Lexi Fletcher, and Heather Moore after the timber felling and chainsaw safety workshop

Glenville State College students take part in W.Va. Division of Forestry timber felling and chainsaw safety workshop

GLENVILLE, WV – Students within the Glenville State College (GSC) Department of Land Resources’ timber harvesting course had the opportunity to take part in the…

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Gov. Justice celebrates innovative broadband expansion to businesses by service-disabled veteran-owned West Virginia company
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Gov. Justice celebrates innovative broadband expansion to businesses by service-disabled veteran-owned West Virginia company

CHARLESTON, WV – Today, Gov. Jim Justice congratulated Alpha Technologies, a service-disabled veteran-owned West Virginia company, for crossing the finish line on a major fiber…

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Gov. Justice announces additional improvements to fall trout stocking method; directs WVDNR to add lakes to stocking list

SOUTH CHARLESTON, WV – Gov. Jim Justice has directed the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) to implement additional improvements to its fall trout stocking method.Anglers will have more…

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BOE approves funding new sound and lighting system for theater, choral and band students
Buckhannon-Upshur High School Choir and Theater Instructor Jeremiah Smallridge receives the support of the Upshur County Board of Education to replace the sound and lighting system, most of which is about 50 years old. The BOE approved paying half of the cost pending the approval of a grant to pay the other half of the cost.

BOE approves funding new sound and lighting system for theater, choral and band students

FRENCH CREEK – For years – approximately 50 years – the theater, choral and band programs at Buckhannon-Upshur High School have worked with a subpar…

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Can you spare a can of soup? Kelley Tierney State Farm aims to collect 4,000 cans by October’s end
The office of State Farm insurance agent Kelley Tierney is hoping to collect 4,000 cans of soup by Oct. 31. / Photo courtesy Kelley Tierney

Can you spare a can of soup? Kelley Tierney State Farm aims to collect 4,000 cans by October’s end

BUCKHANNON – State Farm agent Kelley Tierney hopes to collect 4,000 cans of soup for their annual soup drive to benefit Upshur County Schools. Tierney…

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