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WV Attorney General Issues Warning to College Students to Safeguard Personal Information

By Local News | August 15, 2017 2:00 PM
West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey reminds college students to safeguard personal information as another school year begins. While it’s an exciting time for many, identity thieves may take advantage and try to steal persona...
Photo Of The Day

Photo of the Day

This is a photo of the historic Carrollton Covered Bridge located near Volga, WV which spans the Buckhannon River. It is one of the oldest covered bridges in the state and one of just a few remaining. During the early hours of August 10th, it is bel...

Grapevine: On August 21st be sure to catch the first total eclipse in nearly 100 years

By Rosalyn Queen Alonso | August 15, 2017 10:00 AM
Most of the talk on television and in friendly circles is about the eclipse. It is being referred to as a total eclipse because the moon will cover the sun.    The eclipse will occur on August 21 starting on the west coast of the...

Mary Frances Beto-Smith, the Italian Festival's 1st Queen, to Retire from Teaching

By Local News | August 15, 2017 9:00 AM
By Jeff Toquinto.  School started this morning for students throughout Harrison County. Come September a school career lasting more than three decades will be coming to an official end on a full-time basis. At tonight’s Harrison Co...

$2 million vs. $5 million; County Commission opts for current building for new 911 Center

By Local News | August 13, 2017 7:00 AM
By Brittany Murray.  Charles Pointe will be the future home for a new Harrison/Taylor 911 Center, as approved during Wednesday’s Harrison County Commission meeting.   Commission will move forward to purchase the Com...

Move In Day at WVU Comes with Tears, Traffic and a Big Welcome from Dr. Gee

By Local News | August 13, 2017 12:00 AM
By Alex Wiederspiel.  The dormitory streets of Morgantown are clogged with traffic from parents moving their children into West Virginia University.   Move-in day saw more than 5,000 students and their parents descend on...

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