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Real Duncan Phyfe furniture has big value

October 27, 2012 A question about one of the most common names in antique furniture came to my attention recently. At one of my antiques appraisal shows, I was asked about a Duncan Phyfe dining room se. more »»

Local group curates genealogy library

October 20, 2012 So many people are searching for their family roots, and Elkins has a hidden gem to help in that search. more »»

Students’ education takes flight

October 12, 2012 Not many people can look back and say they really enjoyed fifth-grade science, but a teacher at Midland Elementary School in Elkins is spicing up her students’ experience by incorporating lots of... more »»

Historic gown on display for first time since 1955

October 6, 2012 Members of the Maple Leaf Society have once again created a very special display for the Mountain State Forest Festival. more »»

Happy Trails and Many Tales

October 6, 2012 The Randolph Avenue pavement in Elkins is taking a pounding this early morning as a steady stream of buses loaded with band members make their way to town for the Grand Feature Parade lineup. more »»

Sports memorabilia can bring great prices

September 15, 2012 Those of you who regularly read this column know that I am a tremendous sports fan. more »»

Local bounty

September 8, 2012 Anyone who passes the Randolph County Homeless Shelter in south Elkins can be greeted by a beautiful garden featuring blooming flowers, and plots that include corn, green beans, radishes,... more »»

Local bounty

September 7, 2012 Anyone who passes the Randolph County Homeless Shelter in south Elkins can be greeted by a beautiful garden featuring blooming flowers, and plots that include corn, green beans, radishes,... more »»

Old lunchboxes have potential to be valuable

September 1, 2012 It’s that time of year again — back to school! September ushers in all that is new — new clothes, new teachers, new friends. more »»

Triple threats

August 25, 2012 Three athletes from Tucker County recently participated and won the New River Gorge Challenge triathlon, which consisted of 28. more »»

Saturday’s Child

August 25, 2012 Meet Brittany. She is a sweet, giggly 12-year-old girl who is full of energy. Brittany is a people pleaser and will go out of her way to make sure others like her. more »»

Emma Scott Garden Club announces garden awards

August 25, 2012 The Emma Scott Garden Club awarded Bob and Karen Wilmoth, at 110 High St. more »»

Hiking into history

August 18, 2012 HARPERS FERRY (AP) — Like the people who hike it, the Appalachian Trail is always moving. Technically, Tuesday marks the 75th anniversary of its completion. more »»

Playing the squeeze box

August 10, 2012 Around the state, traditional accordion music is being kept alive by twin brothers in their 70s who’ve been playing since age 11. Music always has been a big part of the twins’ lives. more »»

Families can ease their way into ‘back to school’

August 10, 2012 The term “back to school” can cause any number of feelings for both parents and students. For some it is “just” another year in elementary, middle or high school. more »»

Salon is bow-wonderful

August 4, 2012 Ann Weber always has loved animals, and today she’s turned that passion into a successful local busines. more »»

Gershwin Gala planned for Kennedy Center

August 4, 2012 Davis & Elkins College will present British pianist Jack Gibbons in a “Gershwin Gala” concert at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. on Sept. 26. more »»

Seeking greatness

July 28, 2012 New and unusual opportunities can occur in surprising and unexpected ways. For Les Edinger it began with a bathroom plunger and a church talent show. more »»

 
 

 

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