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GRADUATION

HARMAN — Thirteen students were honored for their accomplishments and recognized as Harman School’s class of 2021 on Wednesday evening. Dillon Kelley, senior class advisor, spoke highly of the class of 2021, saying they “stayed positive” and “stuck together” despite the ...

Sen. Capito, GOP present infrastructure counteroffer

CHARLESTON — Republicans, led by U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, presented President Joe Biden Thursday with a counteroffer to the White House’s compromise on his massive infrastructure package. Capito, the ranking member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, held ...

W.Va. senators split on Jan. 6 commission

CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s two U.S. Senators expressed two differing viewpoints on a proposed bipartisan commission to investigate the mob attack on the U.S. Capitol Building in January. Senate Democrats were unable to get the 60 votes needed to advance legislation Thursday to create a ...

IOOF has provided community support for more than a century

ELKINS — Whether it be worldwide, national, or here in the state of West Virginia, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows continues to do its part to help those in need wherever it may be. It is said that the organization’s roots can be traced back to the Medieval Trade Guilds of the 12th ...

92nd Graduating Class

PICKENS — An intimate and special commencement ceremony was held for the 92nd graduating class of Pickens School Tuesday evening. Chad Michael Tiffner was honored as the lone graduate from Pickens School during a ceremony where Tiffner’s family, educators and community members ...