City recorder Randy Sanders / File photo

Post-pandemic, recorder Randy Sanders believes Buckhannon could be the perfect venue for large-scale events

BUCKHANNON – Post-pandemic, Buckhannon City Recorder Randy Sanders is aiming to bring more large-scale events to Buckhannon. Most recently, Buckhannon City Council approved forming a committee to prepare a bid to host the World Association of Marching Show Bands World […]

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