Proposed city purchase of old Madison Street bank drive-thru could yield $100,000 for new SYCC addition
Mayor David McCauley, at right, announces a proposed agreement between the City of Buckhannon and Citizens Bank of West Virginia that would provide funding for the new SYCC gymnasium-auditorium. Also pictured is city recorder Randy Sanders.

Proposed city purchase of old Madison Street bank drive-thru could yield $100,000 for new SYCC addition

BUCKHANNON – A potential agreement between the City of Buckhannon and a local bank could result in the bank investing $100,000 in the Stockert Youth & Community Center’s new auditorium-gymnasium.…

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Ready for a reboot: Generation Upshur seeking  members who want to ‘work, live and give’
Generation Upshur hosted its first organizational meeting Tuesday, but if you weren't there, new members are still welcome to join. Pictured, from left, are Callie Cronin Sams, Ethan Butler, Brian Bergstrom, Katie Loudin, Amanda Hayes, Graham Godwin, Michael Ruffing and Jared Stocking.

Ready for a reboot: Generation Upshur seeking members who want to ‘work, live and give’

BUCKHANNON – Generation Upshur hosted its first meeting in some time Tuesday after a hiatus. Regional Manager with Generation West Virginia Brittany Hicks said she hopes to bring the group…

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Feast on this: Fish Hawk debuts Hawk’s Nest and Perch Gallery private dining areas
The My Buckhannon team was lucky enough to get a taste of Fish Hawk's newly renovated private dining space on its second floor for its holiday party in December. This photo captures a mouth-watering Ahi tuna Nicoise salad served in front dining area, The Perch.

Feast on this: Fish Hawk debuts Hawk’s Nest and Perch Gallery private dining areas

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BUCKHANNON – In case you haven’t heard, farm-fresh food isn’t all that’s cooking at Fish Hawk Acres these days. The West Main Street restaurant and catering business, which specializes in…

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‘The Voice’ Season 13 finalist to perform at Way of Holiness Feb. 16
Brooke Simpson and her husband, Ray. Simpson will be performing at The Way of Holiness Church Sunday, Feb. 16, at 10:30 a.m. and 6 p.m.

‘The Voice’ Season 13 finalist to perform at Way of Holiness Feb. 16

BUCKHANNON – ‘The Voice’ is coming to Way of Holiness Church Sunday … the voice of Brooke Simpson, that is. Simpson, a finalist on Season 13 of NBC’s “The Voice,”…

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Small West Virginia town home to burgeoning live music scene
Key to Adam: Kiara Williams on the fiddle and Adam Moyer on guitar (Photo by Logan Marie Photography)

Small West Virginia town home to burgeoning live music scene

BUCKHANNON, W.Va. – Looking for ways to beat the winter blues and put the kibosh on cabin fever? Look no further than the vibrant live music scene in Upshur County,…

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Former Buckhannon resident donates baby grand piano to B-UHS
Buckhannon-Upshur High School hosts a piano dedication recital Tuesday at the school. The piano, a Steinway & Sons baby grand piano, was donated to the school by the family of former Buckhannon resident David M. Cummings. Performing ‘The Water is Wide’ is choral instructor Jeremiah Smallridge and Yanisa Wongluang.

Former Buckhannon resident donates baby grand piano to B-UHS

TENNERTON – The sweet sounds of piano filled the Buckhannon-Upshur High School Auditorium Tuesday evening as the school presented a piano dedication recital to welcome its newest instrument. B-UHS choral…

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‘America’s Got Talent,’ and two local singers are hoping they make the cut for the popular NBC show
National recording star and gospel/bluegrass singer Kelly Coberly auditioned for the nationally televised show, 'America's Got Talent' in November 2019.

‘America’s Got Talent,’ and two local singers are hoping they make the cut for the popular NBC show

BUCKHANNON – Since 2006, a much-watched television show, “America’s Got Talent,” has received high rankings from oodles of fans. In November 2019, two local artists auditioned for the show and…

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