Barbour County unlikely to buy old City Hall
PHILIPPI — After months of conversation, walk-throughs and inspections, the Barbour County Commission made it clear to Philippi city officials Monday it is unlikely the county will purchase the old City Hall building in the near future. City Manager Karen Weaver, along with three City Council members and Mayor Phil Bowers, approached the Commission Monday with an offer of $400,000 for the building located at 80 N. Main Street, the former home of the city of Philippi’s business offices. Weaver said Council had met and was willing to work out a lease purchase agreement if the ...
Davis & Elkins College men rally to beat West Virginia Wesleyan in overtime, 79-78
Davis & Elkins College track team debuts at Marty Pushkin Open
MORGANTOWN — Davis & Elkins College’s track & field team competed in its inaugural indoor track & field meet, running in the 2016 ...
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Refs make calls, players make plays
ELKINS — A lot of responsibility rests with so many in order to end up at a prep sports venue with everyone accounted for, and ready to ...
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Perhaps the most important Cabinet secretary President-elect Donald Trump will select is a person to head the Department of Energy. Our entire economy, not to ...
Housing of Representatives Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi may well be patting herself on the back this week. In the process, she should be looking ...
Chorus plans Christmas concert series
DAVIS — Tucker Community Chorus will present two Christmas concerts. The first will begin at 3 p.m. Dec. 11 at St. John’s Lutheran Church in Davis. The ...
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