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Audra State Park installs electricity

March 28, 2015 AUDRA STATE PARK — For campers who prefer to “plug in,” the power is now on at some of the campsites available to over-night visitors in Audra State Park. more »»

 
 
 
Local glass blower creates unique art

March 21, 2015 HUTTONSVILLE — Amber Carman is an artist who has learned her craft through hands-on experience. To keep her business afloat in the southern end of Randolph County, she has also learned to be frugal. more »»

High-flying Lifesavers

March 14, 2015 BUCKHANNON — Bob Barr, Nicholas Cooper and Carl McCormack have the kind of easy rapport that comes from working together under the most extreme circumstance. more »»

ArtsBank teacher expanding students’ knowledge

March 7, 2015 ELKINS — A local artist is using creative means to educate Randolph County elementary students in a variety of subjects. more »»

Elkins girl appears on ‘Today Show’

February 28, 2015 ELKINS — A local girl came home with some special memories following a recent trip to New York City. more »»

Elkins girl’s actions earn lifesaving medal

February 14, 2015 ELKINS — Many adults can find it difficult to think clearly in a moment of tragedy but that’s exactly what one local fifth-grader was able to do, earning her a prestigious Girl Scout award. more »»

Mountain Highland trains offer many memories

February 7, 2015 ELKINS — Winter days are moving on at a very fast pace, and those occasional deep snows keep us beside our warmest heat source and slow our steps. more »»

Homegrown History

January 24, 2015 BEVERLY — A new restaurant specializing in farm-fresh local ingredients is serving up a variety of tasty items for customers. more »»

Area resorts offer ski season events

January 17, 2015 With the skiing season in full swing — despite less than optimal amounts of natural snow accumulating on mountain slopes until recently — area ski resorts are staying busy this winter. more »»

Experts can help with New Year projects

January 10, 2015 ELKINS — Although the first week of 2015 is already in the books, there are still 356 days left in the year – allowing for plenty of time to make good on that new year’s resolution. more »»

Elkins native a pioneer in Georgia politics

December 20, 2014 ELKINS — An Elkins native continued to blaze trails and set milestones long after moving on from her hometown nearly 40 years ago. Pota Coston will take office in Fayette County, Ga., on Jan. more »»

Creating New Confections

December 13, 2014 ELKINS — A local family is serving up delectable treats on the Beverly Five-lane. more »»

HELPING HANDS

December 6, 2014 ELKINS — Volunteers from the First United Methodist Church in Elkins spent Thanksgiving weekend processing shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child at the Charlotte, N.C., processing center. more »»

HELPING HANDS

December 6, 2014 ELKINS — Volunteers from the First United Methodist Church in Elkins spent Thanksgiving weekend processing shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child at the Charlotte, N.C., processing center. more »»

Rescuing a Friend

November 15, 2014 NORTON — It’s not uncommon to find 20 deer feeding in Bunji Elmore’s front yard, but there’s nothing common about one of them. Ms. Lilly is many things. more »»

Manly Tradition

November 8, 2014 BUCKHANNON — Johnathon Fitzwater reclines in an empty barber’s chair as people pass by the big picture windows of his shop, bracing themselves against the brisk November day as they walk. more »»

Manly Tradition

November 8, 2014 BUCKHANNON — Johnathon Fitzwater reclines in an empty barber’s chair as people pass by the big picture windows of his shop, bracing themselves against the brisk November day as they walk. more »»

Preparing for WINTER

November 1, 2014 Perhaps there is no time in the year that reminds us more of our primitive origins than the Thanksgiving season, and I can’t think of any place but down our country roads that supplies a better... more »»

Wild turkeys are on the increase in region

October 25, 2014 West Virginia’s Wild Turkey Program, like the deer program, has to be considered a management success. There are many reasons for this, besides good administration. more »»

Pipestem’s fall 2014 Trout Wrangler registration extended

October 25, 2014 PIPESTEM — Due to high demand, registration for the popular “Trout Wrangler” fly fishing program at Pipestem Resort State Park has been extended for the fall 2014 season. more »»

Hunter safety course has made difference

October 25, 2014 Up until about 1990, better than 50 percent — and probably closer to 75 percent — of the hunting and shooting accidents in West Virginia involved youth hunters. more »»

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

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