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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 »»

Records management grants issued to counties

March 23, 2013 Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin on Tuesday presented 30 West Virginia county commissions with grants, totaling $427,540, for their respective records management and preservation projects. more »»

Legion Auxiliary group hosts meeting

March 23, 2013 The American Legion Auxiliary Unit No. 7 members took part in a dinner March 12 before hosting a regular meeting, which was called to order by Connie Bailey, president. more »»

Firefighters work around the clock, deserve thanks

March 23, 2013 Happy spring from Barbour County! It sure is nice to hear the birds singing. I even thought that I heard the “spring peepers” one night. I’m looking forward to all of this mud drying up. more »»

Symposium applications due Monday

March 23, 2013 West Virginia Wesleyan College is set to sponsor “Graduate Studies Symposium: A Celebration of Scholarship” on April 17 in the Virginia Thomas Law Center for the Performing Arts. more »»

Modern Homettes group hosts meeting

March 23, 2013 The Modern Homettes CEOS hosted its monthly meeting Feb. 7 at the home of Stanley and Lucy Mullins, and Eleanor Harris served as the co-hostess. The meeting was called to order by Mullins. more »»

Passion For Music

March 16, 2013 A local fifth-grade student hopes to hit a high note for his college future. more »»

Saving tabs to save lives

March 2, 2013 Elkins Middle School students have found a way to “pay it forward.” Raze club members have designed and made containers to collect two everyday items that are being used to help support programs. more »»

One Small Step

February 23, 2013 A Barbour County teacher and coach is taking the problem of how to fund the county’s middle school sports programs into his own hands — by taking to his fee. more »»

Dragon Parade

February 16, 2013 more »»

Elkins High student chosen for leaders conference

February 16, 2013 Elkins High School Freshman Dakota Pritt was selected for the trip of a lifetime. He was hand-picked to attend the National Young Leaders Inaugural Conference in Washington, DC. more »»

Brick by brick

January 12, 2013 When Richard Varchetto was eight years old, his mother, Lucy, bought him a small set of American Plastic Bricks. These bright red and white bricks brought him hours of enjoyment. more »»



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