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WVU

Researcher seeks vaccine to prevent lethal pneumonia

About half of all people with cystic fibrosis, the most common genetic disorder in the United States, die from a lung disease before they...
City Winter Wagon Rides

City’s Winter Wonderland wagon rides begin Dec. 1

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. -- On the first four Saturdays in December (1, 8, 15 & 22), hop a ride on the City’s Winter Wonderland Wagons,...
WVU surgical residents

New training model mimics real-world surgery for WVU surgical residents

Instinct — surgeons act on it in the operating room, but it can be difficult-- though not impossible -- to teach, thanks to a...
Dr. Joshi

Fairmont State Emeritus Professor honored with Presidential Volunteer Service Award

Fairmont State University Emeritus Professor Dr. Tulasi Joshi received a prestigious award when he attended the 2018 Nepalis National Convention in Chicago, IL this...
Elderly

Learn about elder care at free informational event

An Elder Care Information and Planning Event is scheduled for 2 p.m. on Sunday, April 7 at First United Methodist Church in...
BUMS Jazz Band Concert

B-UMS jazz band concert rescheduled

The Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School jazz band concert originally scheduled for Tuesday night has been rescheduled, director D.J. Stout announced.
WVU

Keith Jackson named permanent dean of College of Creative Arts

West Virginia University’s interim dean of the College of Creative Arts, Keith Jackson, has been appointed to the position permanently, the WVU Office of...
Judge gavel

Governor appoints Nines as judge for 19th Judicial Circuit serving Barbour, Taylor counties

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Gov. Jim Justice has appointed Shawn David Nines of Thornton, W.Va. as a new judge for the 19th Judicial Circuit. The...
Levi Summe

AB student receives $5,000 scholarship for owl research

The Appalachian College Association has awarded $5,000 to Levi Summe for his senior research project on Northern saw-whet owls. Summe is a natural resource...
WVU

WVU resources available to students, faculty and staff affected by government shutdown

Recognizing the continuing partial government shutdown – and the resulting missed paychecks for some federal employees – may be threatening students’ ability to meet...
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