Hometown heroes: Golden Horseshoe winner dubbed Ladies and Knights in Jawbone Park Thursday
Buckhannon Mayor David McCauley uses a sword to dub Madolyn Long a Lady of the Golden Horseshoe. Madolyn was one of four winners recognized Thursday at Jawbone Park during the Golden Horseshoe Day. McCauley used a sword on loan from Upshur County Assistant Superintendent Dr. Debra Harrison – which was one of her son’s swords from West Point. Harrison is also a recipient of the Golden Horseshoe Pin and was inducted into the society when she was in school.

Hometown heroes: Golden Horseshoe winner dubbed Ladies and Knights in Jawbone Park Thursday

BUCKHANNON – Four eighth-grade students from Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School on Thursday were dubbed Ladies and Knights of the Golden Horseshoe, an honor bestowed on West Virginia students who test highest…

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2020 Census will determine W.Va.’s number of seats in U.S. House of Representatives, funding for federal programs and more

BUCKHANNON – The 2020 Census is in full swing, and local and state lawmakers are emphasizing that it’s important for everyone to respond. According to the official 2020 Census website,…

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Planet-friendly fun: Here’s a handful of activities to help adults and kids celebrate 50th annual Earth Day

BUCKHANNON – Not only will millions of people across the world will be observing Earth Day Wednesday, April 22, this year marks the 50th anniversary of the very first Earth…

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