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Financial Institution Suffer Hugh Losses

September 20, 2008 Information from recent analysis of major financial institutions in the United States and around the world reveals that nearly all major financial institutions have... more »»

McClain Printing Celebrating 50th Anniversary

September 15, 2008 The third generation is at the helm as McClain Printing Co. of Parsons celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Mariwyn McClain Smith said her parents, R. more »»

Putting the Forest Back into the MSFF

September 6, 2008 It appears that Director General Lisa Wamsley is taking steps necessary to get forestry and wildlife people more involved with the Mountain State Forest Festival. more »»

United Way Prepares for Campaign Kickoff

August 30, 2008 The United Way of Randolph County is preparing for its annual fundraising campaign kickoff on Sept. 13 at Elkins City Park. The auction will get under way at 11 a.m. in the large pavilion. more »»

Bicycle Shop Opens in Highland Park

August 28, 2008 Elkins’ newest bicycle sales and repair shop opened on Aug. 18. Joey’s Bike Shop, owned and operated by Joey Riddle, is located at 101 Johnson Ave., in Highland Park. more »»

LEPC’s Efforts Go Mostly Unnoticed

August 23, 2008 By Wayne Sheets Contributing Business Writer One of the most involved yet least known civic groups in Randolph County is the Local Emergency Planning Committee. more »»

Hopscotch Grand Opening Today

August 23, 2008 The hopscotch board on Third Street extends a warm welcome for patrons to visit Elkins newest boutique shop for infants and toddlers. more »»

Seven Springs to Partner with State

August 21, 2008 SEVEN SPRINGS, Pa. more »»

Rotary Members Gather for Picnic

August 16, 2008 For the first time in the history of the Rotary Club of Elkins, President Pat Schumann extended an invitation to former members and members of the club’s sister organization in Tucker County to... more »»

Elkins Metal Recycling Asks for Cooperation

August 9, 2008 I wrote an article for this paper on July 28 regarding the demolition of the defunct Century Limestone Company’s loading tipple, storage silos, administrative and other storage buildings by the... more »»

RCDA?Planning ‘Ribs and Rails’

August 2, 2008 By Wayne Sheets Contributing Business Writer The centennial celebration of the Elkins Railroad Depot continues with planning by the Randolph County Development Authority for... more »»

Are Elkins Merchants Squandering An ‘Economic Opportunity’?

July 26, 2008 At Tuesday’s Downtown Merchants’ meeting, those in attendance — the ones who are always there — addressed three major concerns: The city’s cleanliness, esthetics and business hours mindset. more »»

Elkins Tree Board Looks for Answers

July 19, 2008 Heather Biola presented a questionnaire to those present at the Downtown Merchants meeting on July 8 seeking answers to some of the issues facing the newly appointed Elkins Tree Board. more »»

Independence Day Car Show Is Huge Success

July 12, 2008 Ed Griesel said it the only way it could be said Sunday afternoon at the conclusion of the annual Independence Day weekend car sho. more »»

WVRRM? Planning Gala Celebration

July 4, 2008 Next weekend promises to be one of the most exciting weekends at the Elkins Train Depot since the heyday of rail transportation some 50 years ago. more »»

Sesquicentennial of West Virginia

June 28, 2008 The West Virginia Division of Tourism has formed a partnership to highlight Civil War sites in West Virginia and is taking full advantage of the soon to come 150th anniversary of the... more »»

Historic Preservation Group Opens Exhibit

June 21, 2008 The Rich Mountain Battlefield Foundation and Historic Beverly Preservation will observe the grand opening of the new Heritage Center’s first permanent exhibit, “Travel a Turnpike Through Time”... more »»

Batdorf in Service to Elkins 30 Years

June 14, 2008     I cannot think of a better way to start this week’s column than by congratulating Capt. Jack Batdorf on his completion of 30 years of service to Elkins and its residents. more »»

First Impressions Are Lasting Impressions

June 7, 2008 By WAYNE SHEETS Contributing Business Writer A couple of years ago, a crash course on public relations was conducted at the Holiday Inn Express at which the instructor talked... more »»



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