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Autumn Adventures

As we move closer to autumn and our social climate takes on another COVID surge, our upcoming vacation choices appear diminished or complicated at best. A new option is available to us, and being amidst colorful mountain forests and pleasant cool breezes, it is a choice to be considered. ...

LOCAL ADVENTURE

ELKINS — Rainy days try to dampen our spirits and do limit opportunities for outdoor activities. Both young and old seek remedies which will not only keep everyone dry, but fill them with new experiences. Learning more about olden times and how their ancestors spent their days might just be ...

Tasty Treats

From time to time, I am told about a unique place to visit where interesting items can be found and purchased. This is not unlike the recent trek I made to Marion County, where a 10-minute drive from I-79’s South Fairmont Exit landed me at the very quaint, but bountiful, Creekside ...

Brightening Wintertime Blues

If you are one of the many in our Appalachian Mountain area who never warmed up to the snow arts of downhill or cross-county skiing, bobsledding, ice skating or snowshoe hiking, this time of the year can be fairly slow. For one thing, we always manage to have our streets covered with ...

Holiday Joy

ELKINS — We welcome the Christmas season with open arms and anticipation that some special moments have arrived. How fortunate we are that we live in an area where people actually devote days and weeks toward filling our lives with attractive displays of color and delight that provide ...

Randolph Superintendent’s Corner

November is here! We’ve set back our clocks and have watched the leaves turn a beautiful fall color. We are also beginning to feel the temperatures drop and have observed students wearing their coats and warmer clothes to school. We had an exciting professional development ...