Truck stuck in bridge

Tractor-trailer gets stuck in Tennerton bridge

TENNERTON -- The truck got stuck. In simple terms, that’s exactly what happened Thursday morning when a tractor-trailer with too tall a load attempted to...
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Audrey’s Restaurant closes its doors Sunday

A Buckhannon staple for more than two decades has closed its doors. Audrey's Downtown Restaurant announced on Facebook late Sunday afternoon that the restaurant had...

First high-end gaming center slated to open on Main Street

BUCKHANNON – After a year-and-a-half of searching for the perfect location, the owners of a brand new business have chosen downtown Buckhannon to be...

Buckhannon votes down non-discrimination ordinance

BUCKHANNON – Following three hours of debate and public comment, Buckhannon City Council on Thursday voted down an ordinance that would have banned discrimination...

The people’s candidate: Kerner brings expertise, common sense, concrete ideas to the table

This sponsored story was paid for by the Committee to Elect Matt Kerner. BUCKHANNON – He might be a political newcomer. But should Democratic candidate Matt...
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Murder suspect among 48 people indicted by Upshur County grand jury

BUCKHANNON – The man alleged to have killed his father by partially decapitating him was one of 48 people indicted in Upshur County Circuit...

Wesleyan to raze Camden Avenue Apartments this summer

BUCKHANNON – The new year is already ushering in changes to the Buckhannon-Upshur community – including several significant ones at West Virginia Wesleyan College. Wesleyan...

Buckhannon native overwhelmed by outpouring of support for battle against ALS

MORGANTOWN – No one likes imagining they’ll ever be in a position where it becomes necessary to rely on friends and neighbors for financial...
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Goodbye, Iggy: Community legend Jim Knorr passes away at age 79

BUCKHANNON – Mentor, vocal teacher, choir director, friend. Ventriloquist, actor, city councilman, mayor and the ultimate public servant. While it would be difficult to count the...

ACP official: Work on natural gas pipeline won’t recommence prior to March

BUCKHANNON – Construction work on the Atlantic Coast Pipeline won’t resume until March at the earliest due to a ruling handed down by a...