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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...

Read all about it: Norkos the only pair of married library directors in the...

BUCKHANNON – Throughout the world, it’s not uncommon for folks who are in the same profession to be married.

You can now find Robbie Skinner’s photographs among the ‘Best of West Virginia’ —...

BUCKHANNON – In December, a local photographer realized one of his dreams when his work was accepted into Tamarack: The Best of...

Atlantic Coast Pipeline community liaison finds second home in Buckhannon

BUCKHANNON – You can find him at mid-row at every bimonthly Buckhannon City Council meeting on Thursday nights year-round, and on Friday...
Donna Woody, a Norvell Drive resident and Tennerton PSD customer, interacts with commission president Terry Cutright during Thursday's public hearing.

Residents, business owners give input on utility expansion project

BUCKHANNON – The Upshur County Commission on Thursday voted to approve the extension of the Tennerton Public Service District’s utility territory along U.S. Route...

Terry Cutright tapped as commission president for 2020

BUCKHANNON – The Upshur County Commission elected commissioner Terry Cutright president of the commission for the 2020 calendar year.

Walgreens to open Feb. 7 in former Rite Aid location

BUCKHANNON – Rite Aid will become an official Walgreens Feb. 7, 2020. Alexandra Brown with Walgreens media relations...

Local doctor finds common ground over coffee

BUCKHANNON – For decades, one local doctor has helped treat patients who suffer from diabetes, heart disease and other ailments. Now, he...

Mayor proposes water summit aimed at stopping leaks in State of the City address

BUCKHANNON – The mayor of Buckhannon on Thursday proposed a countywide water summit aimed at addressing the number of water leaks that...

Council taps committee to look at salary levels for elected positions

BUCKHANNON – Buckhannon City Council on Thursday voted 4-2 to appoint a committee to consider the question of raises for council members...