BUHS Christmas Art
Seniors Amanda Marteney, left, and Brie Hoffman paint the final touches on Jack from the film A Nightmare Before Christmas, who will welcome visitors to Buckhannon-Upshur High School this Christmas season.

Students deck the hallways at B-UHS

Students in the Art 2 class at Buckhannon-Upshur High School made the entrance to the school a little more cheerful this week, painting a variety of holiday scenes on the glass doors. Front Santas to festive frogs, their work adds a colorful burst of cheer to the school’s hallways.

BUHS Christmas Art
Art 2 students Kristen Johnston (standing) and Jade Kesling, both juniors, paint Santa hats onto the door leading into the main office.

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New Buckhannon Parks and Rec Board wants to create more informative signs for local parks

BUCKHANNON – The new City of Buckhannon Parks and Recreation Board wants to make the city’s parks a little more user-friendly as one of its first official orders of business. Mayor Robbie Skinner presented drafts of potential signage during the […]

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Student public art project back to the drawing board after tests reveal possible issues

BUCKHANNON – The Consolidated Public Works Board voted against approving the placement of a student art project on the sidewalks along the Strawberry Festival parade route after testing the materials involved. Buckhannon-Upshur Middle art teacher Alyssa Murphy previously attended the […]

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Tennis ‘Cats selected third in MEC preseason poll

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – West Virginia Wesleyan men’s tennis has been slated to finish third in the Mountain East Conference. The Bobcats totaled 26 points in the vote. Defending champion Charleston was selected to win the conference once

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Tennis Lady ‘Cats picked last in MEC preseason poll

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – West Virginia Wesleyan Women’s Tennis has been selected to finish seventh in the Mountain East Conference. The Lady Bobcats tallied seven points in the preseason poll. Charleston is picked to win the conference once

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Nearly $400,000 in Historic Preservation Development Grants available

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Applications are now available for matching historic preservation Development Grants through the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) of the Department of Arts, Culture and History. Eligible projects include the restoration, rehabilitation or

This Week in West Virginia History

Charleston, WV – The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org. Feb. 5, 1889: Fiddler and self-taught physician James Franklin