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Project Life Change slated to begin its third season

August 24, 2015 The Davis & Elkins College Department of Sport Science is set to launch its third season of Project Life Change, a free program aimed at helping participants create a better, healthier lifestyle. more »»

D&E awarded Chaplaincy Grant

August 21, 2015 ELKINS — Davis & Elkins College has been awarded a $20,000 Chaplaincy Grant from NetVUE and the Council of Independent Colleges that will fund programs to strengthen the role of the College’s... more »»

PTO auction set at Beverly Elementary School

August 21, 2015 Beverly — After washing off the sunscreen and shaking loose the sand, there is no better way to welcome the new school year than with a family friendly evening of amazing auction deals and snacks an... more »»

Mini-grants available for Day to Serve service projects

August 21, 2015 CHARLESTON — Volunteer West Virginia is now accepting applications for Day to Serve Mini-Grants. more »»

D&E welcomes new students for fall

August 20, 2015 ELKINS — The Davis & Elkins College campus soon will be bustling with activity as new students arrive Friday for a unique two-day orientation session and upperclassmen return Sunday to mark the star... more »»

Valley livestock 4-H club wins national award

August 19, 2015 Valley Livestock 4-H club, a newly formed club that meets the first Thursday of the month at the Russell Memorial Library in Mill Creek, recently announced it was selected as the grand prize winner... more »»

The Red Hat Purple Majesties will host a luncheon Sept. 14

August 19, 2015 Red Hat Purple Majesties will host a luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Sept. 14 at Lightburns Restaurant, located at the top of the hill overlooking Stonewall Resor. more »»

Screenings announced

August 19, 2015 ELKINS — Speech, language, vision and other screenings are administered each year to all students entering Randolph County Schools for the first time from other states or counties, to all students... more »»

Elbon named president of national housing conference

August 19, 2015 ELKINS — The West Virginia Housing Development Fund recently announced that Julia Elbon, a longtime member of the Fund’s Board of Directors, has been named president of the National Conference of... more »»

Dr. DiDonato joins D&E faculty

August 18, 2015 ELKINS — Dr. Lisa M. DiDonato has been appointed assistant professor of psychology at Davis & Elkins Colleg. more »»

‘American’s Got Talent’ winner slated to perform

August 18, 2015 West Virginia’s own “America’s Got Talent” winner, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr., will perform at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 at the Landes Arts Center in Petersburg. more »»

School retirees volunteer more than 49K hours

August 18, 2015 The Randolph County Association of Retired School Employees’ meeting at 5 p.m. Friday at Davis Memorial Presbyterian Church will celebrate the volunteer involvement of its retirees for the past yea. more »»

Randolph pageant winners announced

August 18, 2015 Beth Zirkle and Allysun Hammond were chosen as Miss and Miss Teen Randolph County at the Miss Randolph County Fair pageant Aug. 7 at Camp Pioneer in Beverly. more »»

Travis Manion Foundation to host 9/11 Heroes Run

August 17, 2015 ELKINS — On Sept. 5, the Travis Manion Foundation will host a 5K race in Elkins to unite the community to remember the sacrifices of the heroes of the September 11 attacks and in the wars since. more »»

HAS takes field trip

August 17, 2015 A highlight of Highland Adventist School’s first week back to school was a field trip to Prickett’s Fort in Fairmont. more »»

Emma Scott Garden Club’s August Yards of the Month

August 17, 2015 Emma Scott Garden Club’s August Yards of the Month were recently selected. more »»

Contest winners announced

August 14, 2015 This year the Randolph County Farm Bureau hosted its annual coyote contest from Oct. 21, 2014 to June 30. During the contest, there were a total of 92 coyotes checked in — 67 males and 25 females. more »»

Grant funding awarded to local CACs

August 14, 2015 CHARLESTON — Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin recently announced the awarding of $1,557,503 in Child Advocacy Center (CAC) grant program funds to 20 projects across the stat. more »»

Entries sought for Randolph County Fair

August 14, 2015 Who can best decorate a pumpkin? Which pie and potato will win the blue ribbon? All Randolph County residents, including youth ages 5-18, are invited to exhibit agricultural produce, field crops,... more »»

 
 
 

 

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