BUCKHANNON – When folks think of fall, usually cool, crisp, dry air comes to mind; however, this fall, the Mountain State is facing somewhat of a crisis. Not only is the air dry, but so are creeks, rivers and the ground. In fact, state and county officials say residents of West Virginia, and more specifically,…

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