Rupp: Turnout key to winning Democratic primaries, caucuses and general election
Political science and history professor Dr. Rob Rupp discusses the Feb. 3 Iowa caucuses with his Parties and Elections class last week when two groups of students made research-based predictions about which candidate would win the Feb. 3 Iowa caucuses. Standing, at left, is junior Gillian Adams.

Rupp: Turnout key to winning Democratic primaries, caucuses and general election

BUCKHANNON – In a head-turning move breaking with convention, the New York Times Editorial Board in January chose to endorse not one but two Democratic Primary candidates – one for…

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New Harvest Botanicals is fully operational — and now features a sister retail line, Moon Flower Hemp
Head of research and development at New Harvest Botanicals, Cayla Collett, at right, and co-owner and Collett's assistant, Macie Queen, work in the company's laboratory on a recent weekday.

New Harvest Botanicals is fully operational — and now features a sister retail line, Moon Flower Hemp

BUCKHANNON – A new day in industry has dawned, and Upshur County, which is now home to one of only four fully operational high-volume hemp processors in the Mountain State…

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City council pumps brakes on potential raises for mayor, council members
Councilman David Thomas discusses potential pay raises for the mayor and council members at the Thursday, Jan. 16 council meeting. Also pictured is councilwoman Pam Bucklew.

City council pumps brakes on potential raises for mayor, council members

BUCKHANNON – Buckhannon City Council won’t pursue giving council members or the mayor salary increases – at least not now. At council’s Thursday meeting, finance and administrative director Amberle Jenkins…

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Council approves ban of live animals as carnival prizes in city limits
City recorder Randy Sanders, at left, and mayor David McCauley at Thursday's council meeting, when council approved an ordinance that outlaws awarding animals as prizes in carnival games in corporate limits.

Council approves ban of live animals as carnival prizes in city limits

BUCKHANNON – Goldfish will be gone from carnival games come next West Virginia Strawberry Festival – not to mention iguanas, birds and any other living animals. Buckhannon City Council on…

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