St. Joseph’s Hospital celebrates National Health Care Security and Safety Week

BUCKHANNON — St. Joseph’s Hospital celebrated National Healthcare Security and Safety Week in October.

They say a special ‘thank you’ to our security and safety professionals and the critical role they play in serving our staff, patients and visitors.

The theme for Healthcare Security and Safety Week 2021 is “Courageous. Resilient. Professional.” It recognizes the importance of security and safety in healthcare and acknowledges the strong commitment, diligence and care they display in their practice and profession.

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Upshur man who allegedly sent threatening text messages arrested after escaping from home confinement

BUCKHANNON – An Upshur County man who allegedly escaped from home confinement and fled from officers was arrested for a second time this month Thursday. Bobby J. Cobb, 52, of Buckhannon, is facing a slew of charges after allegedly sending […]

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Softball Lady Bucs win fourth straight, down Fairmont Senior 8-0

See high-resolution photos from the game in our Member Galleries. TENNERTON – Jansen Kimble pitched a two-hit shutout and collected two extra-base hits to help lead the Buckhannon-Upshur softball Lady Bucs to an 8-0 Big 10 Conference victory over Fairmont […]

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Tennerton Lions Club announce scholarship opportunity

TENNERTON — The Tennerton Lions Club is once more proud to announce our support for a $600-dollar scholarship to be given to a senior attending Buckhannon-Upshur High School and be enrolled or accepted into a