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Mayor believes residents showing more pride in city

May 2, 2009 Mayor Duke Talbott said he believes residents of Elkins are beginning to take more pride in the city’s environment, especially where a portion of the Tygart River flows through the cit. more »»

Economists cautiously predict an upswing in 2010/2011

April 25, 2009 Confusing isn’t it. You pick up one of the country’s leading newspapers in the morning and the headline reads something like, “There is light at the end of the tunnel. more »»

Elkins ‘ON TRAC’ to future

April 18, 2009 Now that the hobnobbing and glad-handing is over, all one can do is sit back and nervously await the ONTRAC assessment team’s evaluation. more »»

AMT unveils new show for 2009

April 11, 2009 Kenny Sexton, president and producer of the American Mountain Theater, lost no time in getting the 2009 season off to an uproarious start. more »»

United Way begins fundraising season with spring dance

April 3, 2009 The only place to be on Saturday evening, April 18, is the National Guard Armory dancing to the music of Encore Party Band. more »»

Farewell to Mayor Judy Guye

March 27, 2009 By Wayne Sheets Contributing Business Writer By this time next week, Elkins will have a new mayor and a new member or two in its City Council. more »»

Rotary’s plans ‘Fun Night’ tonight

March 21, 2009 By Wayne Sheets Contributing Business Writer The Rotary Club of Elkins’ major fundraising event will be held this evening at the National Guard Armory. more »»

Maple Syrup Festival to celebrate 25th anniversary

March 14, 2009 The West Virginia Maple Syrup Festival will celebrate its silver anniversary on March 21 and 22. Festivities get under way in Pickens at 9 a.m. next Saturday morning. more »»

Remembering two heroes

March 7, 2009 Hello again from Charleston. more »»

Forum opens communication lines

February 28, 2009 Last Saturday, the publisher of The Inter-Mountain invited the public to join him, his editor and circulation manager to an open forum at Unexpected Treasurers. more »»

Resilience just may be the savior of our economy

February 21, 2009 With our economy headed deeper into the basement each week, many are beginning to feel that a recovery might be, if not impossible, at least a long way of. more »»

Friends of Trees begins downtown replacement planning

February 14, 2009 Heather Biola, president of the Elkins Friends of Trees Committee, addressed the Downtown Elkins Promotional Committee (the organization that I’ve referred to as the Elkins Downtown Merchants... more »»

ERCCC and legislators discuss issues

February 7, 2009 At 7:30 Wednesday morning, the district’s state senators and delegates sat down with a group of local residents and business owners to discuss how they might address issues affecting... more »»

The Inter-Mountain survey reveals wealth of information

January 31, 2009 We are frequently reminded of the ethical issues involved with journalists writing about their own arm of the media, their own newspaper or their own stories. more »»

DGVRR offering winter, dinner rides

January 24, 2009 Railfans and romantics alike will be happy to learn that the Durbin & Greenbrier Valley Railroad is offering special dinner trains and Saturday “winter runs” beginning on Valentine’s Da. more »»

Airport Authority considers developing new marketing plan

January 21, 2009 The Elkins-Randolph County Airport Authority met with a Davis &?Elkins College economics professor Jan. more »»

Airport Authority considers developing new marketing plan

January 21, 2009 The Elkins-Randolph County Airport Authority met with a Davis &?Elkins College economics professor Jan. more »»

ERCCC planning legislative breakfast

January 17, 2009 The Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce will conduct its annual Legislative Breakfast at the Randolph County Community Arts Center at 7:30 a.m. Feb. 4. more »»

 
 

 

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