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Community praying for afflicted child

February 20, 2016 MORGANTOWN — Ayble Rosier, the newborn baby of an Elkins couple, has gathered prayers from a multitude of people from several states in his fight against a deadly illness. more »»

Buckhannon to sport another art mural

January 16, 2016 BUCKHANNON — First it was a troop of monkeys, now Buckhannon’s getting a strutting rooster. ART26201 is ready for the next installment of its Art in Public Places Program. more »»

Night Bloom

January 9, 2016 BEVERLY — A local plant lover stayed up all night to witness a miracle of nature this summer. more »»

Family Memories

December 26, 2015 BUCKHANNON — One need not be a national icon to chronicle life. Dr. Greenbrier Almond believes everyone has a story to tell and should ink the pages of their live. more »»

Hart’s children keep Christmas tree business going

December 19, 2015 BEVERLY — While selling their father’s Christmas trees this holiday season, the Hart family found a gift far more precious than any possesion. more »»

EHS drama students offer new production

December 12, 2015 ELKINS — The Elkins High School drama students are setting out to entertain the public this weekend with “Just Another High School Pla. more »»

Mountain Hospice hosting memorial

December 12, 2015 ELKINS — Mountain Hospice Inc. will host a memorial service beginning at 3 p.m. Sunday at Orchard Hall in Elkins, allowing folks to remember or honor loved ones with the lighting of a luminary. more »»

Poinsettias bring color to Christmas

December 5, 2015 ELKINS — With December temperatures beginning to drop, folks are decorating their homes on the inside and outside for the upcoming season. more »»

Playful Art

October 31, 2015 ELKINS — Believe it or not, Brett Kern of Davis & Elkins College has been recognized in the 2015 edition of Robert Ripley’s famous book. Kern is assistant professor of art at D&E. more »»

Elkins Rotary Club to host walk today

October 24, 2015 ELKINS — The Elkins Rotary Club, in support of Rotary International’s Polio Plus program, has organized a downtown walk today to help raise funds for and promote awareness of the efforts to eradicat... more »»

Gracie Metheny wins recording session at Tennessee talent show

October 10, 2015 ELKINS — Gracie Metheny, 11, has been singing and playing her guitar for years, entertaining thousands and dreaming of making a big splash in the music industry. On Sept. more »»

Dog helps rescue lost pet

September 26, 2015 BLACKWATER FALLS STATE PARK — Dog eat dog? More like dog save dog. more »»

Taylor committed to public service

September 19, 2015 ELKINS — Randolph County Board of Education member Harvey Taylor can be loud, angry and — some might say — a little bit intimidating when he is pushing for programs that benefit youth; but he can... more »»

Ferguson on track to be head of IOOF

September 12, 2015 ELKINS — A local member of the IOOF Randolph Lodge 116 currently holds the second-highest rank in the international organization, and next year will take his place as the Sovereign Grand Master —... more »»

Elkins man survives bout with septic arthritis

September 5, 2015 ELKINS — An Elkins man describes himself as “lucky to be alive” after fighting and surviving two bouts with septic arthritis, the latest of which kept him in the hospital from the beginning of... more »»

Penthouse for chickens: Arbogast a farmer at heart

September 5, 2015 ELKINS — Although she is just 27 years old, Elkins native Jessica Arbogast serves as the executive director for the Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce, a job she has held for the past two... more »»

Saturday’s Child

September 5, 2015 Zira is a bright 15-year-old who likes to seek out new opportunities to learn. more »»

Wooden wonders dot Mountain State landscape

August 29, 2015 Many people collect antiques and things from the past — and folks enjoy looking at those items, closing their eyes and picturing in their minds days gone by. more »»

Olivia’s journey of learning continues

August 22, 2015 ELKINS — One big change students exhibit when moving from first to second grade is greater independence – a trait that was extremely evident as 6-year-old Olivia Gardner made that transition on her... more »»

On the Road

August 15, 2015 Many years ago, I caught the travel bug. I was younger, with fewer obligations and responsibilities, and travel was almost effortless. more »»

 
 
 

 

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