Business

Matthew Maynard welcomed by DMC

ELKINS — Davis Medical Center welcomes Matthew Maynard, PA-C to the caregiving team of the DMC Pain Management Center. Maynard, an Elkins native, recently completed his Master of Science in physician assistant studies at Alderson Broaddus University. He received his undergraduate degree in ...

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Chelsey Jones joins Orion Strategies

BUCKHANNON — Orion Strategies welcomes Chelsey Jones to its staff after her tenure as executive director of Elkins Randolph Chamber of Commerce where she significantly increased membership participation in that organization. Prior to her experience there, she served as recruiting manager for ...

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Rotary Social Night

Members of the Buckhannon Rotary Club gather Tuesday evening for a social night. The event, the second the group has conducted, took place at the 88 Restaurant & Lounge. More than 20 Rotarians were in attendance.

Patrick Morrisey announces deal

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced the state’s involvement in a $591 million settlement with Western Union Company, resolving a multistate investigation into consumer usage of the wire transfer service to send money in a wide variety of third-party scams. ...

Two days left to enroll for ACA

Tuesday is the final deadline to enroll in coverage through the Health Insurance Marketplace. It’s still the open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act but with just two days left, the clock is ticking. West Virginians should act now to make sure they have time to shop, consider their ...

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Warriors in the Field Donations

For every mattress set sold in the month of January, the new America’s Mattress store at 237 S. Kanawha St. in Buckhannon will donate a portion of proceeds to the local veterans group Warriors in the Field. The nonprofit organization coordinates hunting trips for veterans of any age with ...

WVU Cancer Institute gets new director

MORGANTOWN (AP) — Dr. Richard Goldberg, a gastrointestinal cancer expert, has been named the new director of the WVU Cancer Institute. Goldberg comes from Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center, where he is the Klotz Family Professor of Cancer Research, physician-in-chief of the ...

Carl Nichols

DHS executive earns top honor

ELKINS — Carl Nichols, MBA, FACHE, vice president of Professional Services for Davis Health System (DHS) recently became a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE), the nation’s leading professional society for healthcare leaders. “The healthcare management field ...

2017 SBA awards nomination due

CLARKSBURG — The United States Small Business Administration’s West Virginia District Director Karen Friel reminds West Virginia small businesses the nomination period for the 2017 National and District Small Business Week Awards closes Jan. 10. Since 1963, National Small Business Week ...

AG Morrisey urges consumer caution

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey warns consumers to exercise caution when accepting someone’s offer to resolve personal technology issues. Such advice is especially important with many consumers getting used to devices they received as holiday gifts. It is ...

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AMT announces ’17 concert series

ELKINS — The American Mountain Theater in Elkins is happy to announce the talent lineup for its 2017 Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Concert Series. The 2017 series will be the ninth consecutive year for these highly successful concerts featuring national recording artists. For the 2017 ...

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MedExpress Cuts Ribbon

Staff members at MedExpress celebrate the official opening of the facility during a ribbon cutting Wednesday. The business, located in the Tygart Valley Shopping Center, offers medical services, including on-site X-rays.

Keys to keeping New Year’s resolution is coaching, support

ELKINS — Every year, millions of Americans resolve to lead healthier lifestyles. Most of them vow to eat healthier meals, exercise more often and lose weight. Despite the best of intentions; however, 90 percent who make those types of resolutions are back to their old, unhealthy habits in a ...

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Business After Hours

The Elkins-Randolph County Chamber of Commerce met at the Tucker-Randolph Children’s Advocacy Center Thursday for their monthly After Hours event. Elkins City Council Fifth Ward Councilmember Linda Vest, left, ERECC Administrative Assistant Cindy Keralis, center, and ERCCC Executive Director ...

Donna K. Mouser

Mouser to retire from Davis Trust Company

ELKINS — Donna K. Mouser, assistant treasurer, is retiring from Davis Trust Company with more than 47 years of service. The Board of Directors and management of Davis Trust Company are pleased to recognize the dedicated service of Mouser who will be retiring on Friday. Mouser started with ...

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Residents get early look at Skatezone

BELINGTON — Excitement is in the air in Belington as a dream is finally becoming reality.     Friday will mark the opening day of the newest business in town, Skatezone. Skatezone is located on Crim Avenue in Belington, across from Family Dollar, and is owned by John and Cheri ...

Gregory R. Morgan

Morgan retires today from Davis Trust Co.

ELKINS — Gregory R. Morgan, treasurer, will retire from Davis Trust Company today, with more than 45 of service. The Board of Directors and management of Davis Trust Company are pleased to recognize the dedicated service of Gregory R. Morgan. Morgan is a graduate of Elkins High School and ...

Catherine ‘Kitty’ Howard

Howard is honored

ELKINS — Catherine “Kitty” Howard, building and grounds custodian, is retiring today from Davis Trust Company with more than 22 years of service. The Board of Directors and management of Davis Trust Company is pleased to recognize the dedicated service of Howard, who started with the ...

Debra L. Arbogast

Arbogast recognized

ELKINS — Debra L. Arbogast, personnel officer, is being recognized for 40 years of service with Davis Trust Company in Elkins. The Board of Directors and management of Davis Trust Company are pleased to recognize the dedicated service of Arbogast, who reached the milestone of 40 years on ...

Heywood, Statler named to WVU Board of Governors

MORGANTOWN — Thomas A. Heywood, a Charleston attorney and civic leader, and Benjamin M. Statler, a retired energy executive and renowned philanthropist, have been named to the West Virginia University Board of Governors by Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin. “These individuals are leaders in every ...