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Plethora of Pugs: Honey gives birth to an amazing 10 puppies

September 24, 2016 MILL CREEK — When Honey the pug started delivering her litter of pups, everything seemed normal, and she had no complications. more »»

Dakan Arena provides update for Camp Pioneer

September 17, 2016 BEVERLY — If you are an aficionado of county fairs, then you’ve probably been to just about every 4-H camp in the Potomac Highlands. more »»

Grants, technology bring wastewater treatment to rural communities

September 10, 2016 CROWN — Small rural communities scattered across the state are missing a service considered a necessity by most other residents: Their houses are not connected to wastewater treatment facilities. more »»

Community, engineers will take individual approach

September 10, 2016 PARKERSBURG — Auburn, Mayor Robert Lowther had a big concern last year, as he noted in an application to the state’s Home Rule Pilot Program: “There are no public water or sewer services in Auburn. more »»

Locally grown foods on menu at Philippi establishment

September 3, 2016 PHILIPPI — The Market Place in Philippi has a character and mission all its own, yet it’s very much connected to the seed from which it grew. more »»

Community dinner planned

September 3, 2016 PHILIPPI — The Market Place in Philippi will host a Community Dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 14. more »»

Franklin Town Pool goes to dogs

September 3, 2016 FRANKLIN — The Franklin Town Pool went “dawg wild” recently to benefit Pendleton County animals. more »»

Olivia takes on grade three

August 20, 2016 Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series of yearly articles following Olivia Gardner throughout her educational career. ELKINS — At 8:10 a.m. more »»

Elkins High senior attends Boys Nation

August 20, 2016 WASHINGTON, D.C. — An Elkins High School senior received the honor of attending Boys Nation – one only two boys from each of 49 Boys State events get to experience each year. more »»

Swecker continues work with 4-H

August 13, 2016 HUTTONSVILLE — Jonathan Swecker has spent most of his life in 4-H — going to camp, working on projects and learning about animals and farming and enjoying all that the club has to offer to those age... more »»

Legend of Lil’ Leroi

August 6, 2016 DURBIN — Under an apple tree at the Durbin Greenbrier Valley Railroad, there sits a little yellow diesel locomotive. Little, of course, is a relative term. more »»

Wildflower hunting an ever-growing hobby

July 16, 2016 ELKINS — Part of the beauty of West Virginia lies in the woods, along trails and along the roadsides. These locations yield plants and flowers of all sizes and colors. more »»

Local students attend annual Rhododendron Girls State in Wheeling

July 9, 2016 WHEELING — This June, 16 Randolph County girls attended Rhododendron Girls State at Wheeling Jesuit Universit. more »»

Jackson strives to make community a better place

June 18, 2016 ELKINS — In 1999, local entrepreneur Jim Jackson opened his auto dealership with 18 employees and a commitment to care for the community. more »»

Trout Unlimited announces annual Bucket Brigade

June 11, 2016 CHARLESTON — The Ernie Nester Chapter of Trout Unlimited (ENCTU) will offer the annual Bucket Brigade outing today in Pocahontas County. more »»

Judy Guye Swanson promotes the love of gardening

June 4, 2016 ELKINS — Gertrude Jekyll once wrote, “The love of gardening is a seed once sown that never dies,” and that is certainly true for Judy Guye Swanson. more »»

Hordes of winged bugs about to emerge

May 28, 2016 By now you’ve probably heard the news. The cicadas are coming. more »»

Stroke victim returns home

May 28, 2016 ELKINS — Before September, Nellie Galford had never experienced any significant health problems. That changed one morning when a stroke nearly ended her life. “I woke up and had my devotion. more »»

Relay team making care bags for chemo patients

May 28, 2016 ELKINS — Receiving a diagnosis of cancer is a scary prospect – and sometimes the treatment can leave patients feeling very isolated. Chemotherapy sessions last on an average of four to five hours. more »»

Elkins native earns honor in Pittsburgh

May 21, 2016 PITTSBURGH — Pittsburgh is a big city with lots of people, but within that crowd a former Elkins resident has been recognized for his talent. more »»

 
 
 

 

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