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How green works

August 20, 2011 In today’s world, many people are striving to be more conscientious of our planet by recycling and adopting other ways to live gree. more »»

The Broken Ones

August 20, 2011 Jessica whispered, “Are you still there?” Kristin whispered back into the darkness, “I’m here. Sleep now sweetheart. more »»

Community focused

August 13, 2011 Davis & Elkins College is offering a new and unique organization to its students this year. more »»

Women’s Club reaches centennial mark

August 6, 2011 For the last 100 years, the GFWC Woman’s Club of Elkins has contributed to the formation of Randolph County’s civic organizations and educational opportunities. more »»

That old time religion

July 29, 2011 When the only piano teacher in his small Missouri hometown would not take students under the age of 7, 4-year-old Roddy Barnes made up games on his family’s piano to interact with the only instrumen... more »»

Woman fights and lives with rare disease

July 16, 2011 Kelly Fletcher Shuppe had what she called “a wonderful life”—an upbringing in Elkins surrounded by the “majestic mountains,” the career she had dreamed of, and a “fantastic family. more »»

Host families needed for Davis &?Elkins international students

July 9, 2011 Davis & Elkins College is initiating a new program to help international students become more acclimated to our local community and the colleg. more »»

Summer fun and learning

June 25, 2011 One of the highlights of every 4-Her’s year is attending summer camp at Camp Pioneer in Beverly where they learn new skills, build friendships and create memorie. more »»

Dining at Graceland

June 18, 2011 Summertime and the livin’ is easy. So says George Gershwin. And guests at the Graceland Inn, Restaurant, and Conference Center of Davis & Elkins College couldn’t agree more. more »»

How sweet it is

June 11, 2011 At 7 a.m. the air around Don Olson’s farm in Blue Rock is filled with a sweet arom. more »»

The Daily Grind

June 11, 2011 There are times in all our lives that fear grips our hearts, and with heart pounding, we just do not think we have what it takes to accomplish a task, conquer a fear or complete a goal. more »»

How sweet it is

June 10, 2011 At 7 a.m. the air around Don Olson’s farm in Blue Rock is filled with a sweet arom. more »»

If walls could talk

June 4, 2011 For many families, a house is more than just a place to sleep and eat; it serves as a home and part of a life story. more »»

Living a simpler life

May 28, 2011 Scott Weaner’s alarm sounds at 5:30 a.m. each day of the week. more »»

Eyes of a building

May 21, 2011 There are around 95 windows in Elkins City Hall, each one original to the building. The building, now home to city offices and the Elkins Police Station, was built in 1917. more »»

Go girls, go!

May 14, 2011 More than 80 girls from throughout the area have spent the last 12 weeks gaining a sense of self-awareness and achievement that will help them become self-confident for the rest of their lives. more »»

Spontaneous travel doesn’t just happen

May 14, 2011 Before April 2, I thought people only ran to catch a flight in movies. Not so. more »»

2,200 miles; one dream

May 7, 2011 This week, Adam Casseday of Beverly will set out on a quest to run 30 to 40 miles a day for the next 70 days in order to complete the 2,174 miles of the Appalachian Trai. more »»

Satisfy your need for speed

April 30, 2011 For three weekends last fall, Mountaineer Kart Way (MKW) had a premier opening to allow guests to take a test drive and get an idea of what will be coming this spring to the tracks. more »»

Satisfy your need for speed

April 30, 2011 For three weekends last fall, Mountaineer Kart Way (MKW) had a premier opening to allow guests to take a test drive and get an idea of what will be coming this spring to the tracks. more »»

 
 
 

 

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