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First-day jitters

August 24, 2013 Four-year-old Olivia Gardner, the daughter of Cory and Tisha Gardner, began her lifelong journey of learning in kindergarten class Wednesday at Third Ward Elementary School in Elkins. more »»

Live United

August 17, 2013 Thousands of dollars of donated merchandise will be available for bid at the LIVE UNITED Kick-off Auction, which begins 10 a.m. Aug. 24 at the First United Methodist Church in Elkins. more »»

1863

August 10, 2013 Patrons packed the 1863 Restaurant Tuesday to sample several dishes recently introduced on the Elkins eatery’s new menu. more »»

'A Blessing'

August 3, 2013 A three-story brick home, located at the corner of Reed Street and Harrison Avenue, may appear to those passing by to be an attractive home that merely escaped being razed for newer constructio. more »»

By Lynn Setler

July 27, 2013 After a 20-minute boat ride — on an old-style sternwheeler — two miles down the magnificent Ohio River from Parkersburg, you are transported 200 years back in time. more »»

Life after the racetrack

July 13, 2013 Usually when people think about adopting a dog, they picture a small, furry puppy — but there are other options. more »»

Bluegrass Gathering

June 22, 2013 A Montrose teen, who placed third place in both Old Time Mandolin and Old Time Fiddle playing said he competed this year in the Vandalia Gathering to see how far his college studies had brought hi. more »»

Jones is new Parsons chief

June 22, 2013 Parsons has a new chief of police, ready to help those in need. Jon Jones moved to the area from Cedartown, Ga., where he worked for more than 14 years for the Polk County Police Department. more »»

A Helping Hand

June 8, 2013 A local facility has received two donations that will make their service to the community easier. more »»

Celebrating 150 YEARS

June 1, 2013 Editor’s Note: Below is a partial list of events celebrating the Mountain State’s 150th anniversary as a state. Additional calendar items will be published leading up to West Virginia Day. more »»

Blue & Gray in full swing

June 1, 2013 Hello from Barbour County! Congratulations to the winners of the Belington Emergency Squad raffle. more »»

Hard Work and Dedication

May 18, 2013 Upshur County Special Olympic athletes competed at the West Virginia State Basketball Competitions in Morgantown in late March. more »»

Historic Haunt

May 11, 2013 If walls could talk, those of the 1813 jail in Beverly would have plenty to shar. more »»

If you build it they will skate

May 4, 2013 By Beth Christian Broschart Staff Writer A headline in The Inter-Mountain in 2008 read, “If you build it, they will skat. more »»

'Trip of a Lifetime'

April 27, 2013 Imagine walking through Israel and Jordan and having the opportunity to visit places mentioned in the Bible and see things Jesus saw. more »»

Largest, rarest collection in West Virginia

April 20, 2013 Cyrus Scott “Cy” Smith of Elkins was a well-known businessman and an avid collector. His collection of rare and one-of-a-kind coins and paper currency represented years of collectin. more »»

An eye for nature

April 13, 2013 A local photographer’s passion for feathered friends and freshly cut hay has turned into an eye-catching display. more »»

Thankful for support

March 30, 2013 There is a feeling of satisfaction and belonging that comes when you contribute to your community, and supporting the United Way of Randolph County is a great way to lend a helping hand to a friend,... more »»

Drawn Together

March 23, 2013 Some people believe that Brad Stalnaker was born with a crayon in his hand, and they would not be far off with that assumption. more »»

Girl Scouts visit St. Brendan Catholic Church

March 23, 2013 Girl Scout Sunday is the religious observance celebrating the rich diversity of belonging to the Girl Scouts of America. more »»

 
 
 

 

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