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Ellen Spears: 2010’s Woman of the Year

December 31, 2010 Biographies make interesting reading while at the same time telling the story of the subject’s accomplishments. One of the most interesting in our community is that of Ellen Spears. more »»

Christmas lights on town square the beginning of something good

December 18, 2010 Elaine Griesel is always starting something. This time she has started something big — the lights on the town square. more »»

Can we be politically correct and give Christmas greetings?

December 11, 2010 More and more we hear greetings this time of year expressed as “Happy Holidays” rather than “Merry Christmas. more »»

Cleaning for a reason offers help for cancer patients

December 4, 2010 Money isn’t always the driving force behind what people do for other. more »»

Archery enthusiast builds ‘full-circle’ sporting goods store

December 3, 2010 At the foot of Tunnel — or Cheat — Mountain sits a big and unforgettable red-roofed building that looks more like a huge barn with a porch than home to Middle Mountain Sporting Goods. more »»

Highland Prospects relocates to Elkins

December 3, 2010 Elkins can boast having the benefit of two new stores in its vicinity. more »»

Merchants worry decorations will be vandalized

November 27, 2010 During the past summer and fall, Elaine Griesel and several others spent untold hours hosting fundraising events to purchase Christmas lighting to decorate the Elkins Railroad Depot and The Town... more »»

Rotary’s PolioPlus concert raises $3,400

November 20, 2010 More than 300 people, according to Rotarian Charlie Friddle’s headcount near the mid-point of the show, attended the Elkins Rotary Club’s PolioPlus Concert on Nov. 11. more »»

Merchants planning holiday strategies

November 13, 2010 The Christmas shopping season is once again upon us. With only 14 days left until “Black Friday,” merchants are planning their advertising strategies. more »»

Rotary’s Group Study Exchange members share experiences

November 5, 2010 Amanda Pitzer and Taryn Moser shared experiences of their April trip to Puerto Rico during a recent meeting of the Elkins Rotary Club. more »»

HCC becomes one of area’s largest employers

November 5, 2010 Since its creation by an act of the West Virginian Legislature in 1937 to relieve overcrowding in the West Virginia Penitentiary System, Huttonsville Correctional Center has become one of the area’... more »»

Go-kart race track opens

November 5, 2010 More than a month ago, a one-eighth mile oval strip of asphalt appeared about two or three miles east of Elkins beside U.S. 33. more »»

Rotary Club sponsoring concert to help end Polio

October 30, 2010 In its continuing efforts to help Rotary International’s campaign against the deadly polio virus, the Rotary Club of Elkins is sponsoring a “PolioPlus Concert” at the Harper-McNeeley Auditorium on... more »»

Phares tells Rotary of levy’s importance

October 23, 2010 Dr. James Phares, superintendent of Randolph County Schools, addressed Elkins Rotary Club members at their weekly luncheon on Monday regarding the importance of passing the school levy. more »»

Disaster drill illuminates emergency preparations’ strength and weaknesses

October 23, 2010 Last week, an emergency mitigation team assembled at the Davis Memorial Hospital to run a “table top exercise” involving a simulated explosion of the heating/power system at the Huttonsville... more »»

What the politicians aren’t talking about but people are

October 16, 2010 “I’ll repeal the portions of Obamacare that are not beneficial to the citizens of the Mountain State; I’ll cut government spending and take dead aim at the cap and trade bill. more »»

Motorists making deadly bets

October 8, 2010 This is the big weekend in Forest Festival City and space and time are at a premium for everyone so I’ll keep it short this week. more »»

New music hall serves up great menu of entertainment

October 2, 2010 Sue and I ventured up to Lost Creek and attended Johnny Cochran and The Trail Blazer’s show last Saturday at the newly opened Orange Blossom Trail Music Hall. It was well worth the trip. more »»

Interesting stories coming from the $2 bill campaign

September 25, 2010 By Wayne Sheets, Contributing Business Writer The last count I made showed a total of 42 Elkins and Randolph County merchants participating in the “It’s $2 Good” advertising and “shop locally”... more »»

 
 

 

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