The show must go on: Despite cancellation of art exhibition, Colonial Theatre renovation inches closer to finish line
A view of Main Street from inside the Colonial Theatre last week, when mayor David McCauley took My Buckhannon and other media outlets on a tour of the historic theater.

The show must go on: Despite cancellation of art exhibition, Colonial Theatre renovation inches closer to finish line

BUCKHANNON – The gallery at the Colonial Theater was set to open this past Saturday, March 14, for an Upshur County Schools-wide Youth Art Exhibition. However, concerns over the spread…

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Every day, they’re hustlin’: Local residents turn to internet-supported side gigs
Selling Pampered Chef products helped Erica Byrd make a lifestyle change -- all while making some extra cash.

Every day, they’re hustlin’: Local residents turn to internet-supported side gigs

Everywhere you look, people of all ages are finding new ways to stretch the proverbial nickel into a dime, often with the help of the internet. From selling Scentsy and…

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U.S. Census rep: First invitations to fill out Census form expected to arrive by mail March 20
Carol Cain Bush, partnership specialist for the U.S. Census Bureau, attended the Thursday, March 12 Upshur County Commission.

U.S. Census rep: First invitations to fill out Census form expected to arrive by mail March 20

BUCKHANNON – Upshur County residents can start to expect U.S. Census letters, inviting them to go online and fill out the survey any day now. Carol Cain Bush, partnership specialist…

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A day on the Underground Railroad: Harriet Tubman comes to life for BAES students
Buckhannon Academy Elementary School fourth- and fifth-grade students learn of the life of Harriet Tubman Monday as portrayed by Ilene Evans. The event was sponsored by the Alpha Beta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International Society of Key Women Educators and was organized in coordination with History Alive! and Voices from the Earth.

A day on the Underground Railroad: Harriet Tubman comes to life for BAES students

BUCKHANNON – Students in fourth and fifth grades at Buckhannon Academy Elementary School on Monday learned about Harriet Tubman, who escaped from slavery before the American Civil War – and…

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Buckhannon man arrested for allegedly fleeing with reckless indifference, third-offense driving while license revoked for DUI

BUCKHANNON – A Buckhannon man was arrested over the weekend after allegedly fleeing from the police in a vehicle in southern Upshur County. Lonnie Scott, 48, was arrested for driving…

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W.Va. Counties Risk Pool briefs commission on changes — including addition of liability coverage for cities, volunteer fire departments
Vivian Parsons, public entity specialist with the W.Va. Counties Risk Pool, attended the March 5 Upshur County Commission meeting to discuss changes to the WVCoRP.

W.Va. Counties Risk Pool briefs commission on changes — including addition of liability coverage for cities, volunteer fire departments

BUCKHANNON – The West Virginia Counties Risk Pool is now offering liability coverage to municipalities and volunteer fire departments in the Mountain State. A representative from the W.Va. Counties Risk…

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