Leaf peepers, put these three vistas on your must-see list this fall
The spectacular view from Bickle Knob in Randolph County.

Leaf peepers, put these three vistas on your must-see list this fall

BEVERLY – Every year, autumn paints our West Virginia hills and mountains with the vivid hues of red, orange, yellow and maroon. Just about every main road, highway and back…

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Most residents feel positive about Buckhannon, according to Buckhannon 2025 plan
A LOOK BACK -- City planning commission president Curtis Wilkerson outlines a timeline for completion of the Buckhannon 2025 plan at a town hall meeting in January 2019.

Most residents feel positive about Buckhannon, according to Buckhannon 2025 plan

BUCKHANNON – Buckhannon City Council unanimously passed the city’s comprehensive Buckhannon 2025 plan Thursday night at its bimonthly meeting. Every ten years, West Virginia municipalities are directed to develop a…

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Renovated WVWC library mixes modern conveniences with classic features
Pictured, from left, are WVWC director of library services and archivist Brett Miller, United Methodist Church liaison and spiritual life coordinator Lauren Weaver, president of West Virginia Wesleyan College Dr. Joel Thierstein, president of Student Senate Lauren Hatcher, dean of the faculty Dr. James Moore, WVWC student Zachary “Dutch” Mutchler, physical plant director Vaughn Hartley, vice president for advancement Bob Skinner, trustee Tracy Dunn and director of student retention Alison Clausen Whitehair.

Renovated WVWC library mixes modern conveniences with classic features

BUCKHANNON – As they step into the newly renovated Annie Merner Pfeiffer Library, West Virginia Wesleyan College students will instantly realize the opinions they voiced during the beginning stages of…

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Did you know a doghouse can function as an oven in the summer? Here’s how to keep pets healthy when it’s hot out

BUCKHANNON – Summer is a time of rest and relaxation, but the hot temperatures put animals at a risk of life-threatening conditions. Hot paws and lack of water can result…

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What’S UP, West Virginia? Get to know the area’s locally owned stand up paddle boarding business, WVSUP
Nick Hermosilla, owner of West Virginia Stand Up Paddle Boarding, navigates a local river. / Photo courtesy of Nick Hermosilla

What’S UP, West Virginia? Get to know the area’s locally owned stand up paddle boarding business, WVSUP

BUCKHANNON – This summer’s been a scorcher so far. With temperatures reaching in the high 90s as of late, folks are looking for ways to stay cool and still enjoy…

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B-UHS English teacher throws her hat into the 2020 House of Delegates ring as education issues dominate legislature

BUCKHANNON – The outcome of the controversial omnibus education bills has led a local high school teacher to toss her name into the 2020 House of Delegates race.

“Senate Bill 451 and House Bill 206 were truly a catalyst for this decision. Not necessarily the bills themselves, but the attitude and behavior of the legislative bodies towards public education,” said Brittney Barlett, who will run for office as a Democrat in the 46th District, which covers mostly Lewis County but also a small part of Upshur.

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