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Local woman arrested following domestic dispute

BUCKHANNON — Kaylea Cherie Mallett, age 28 of Buckhannon, was taken into custody following a domestic dispute on Tuesday, June 21. According to court documentation, Upshur County Sherriff’s Department Deputy J.D. Barcus responded to a domestic dispute call in Buckhannon. Upshur Comm Center notified Deputy Barcus that the defendant had allegedly bitten her on the arm and broken glass inside the residence. Upon arriving to the scene, Deputy Barcus contacted the victim, who was reported to be distraught, and identified a bite mark on her right forearm.
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Oink’s BBQ closes the doors

BUCKHANNON — Upshur County has officially lost one of the many amazing, small-town business, Oink’s BBQ. Operator and owner Cindi Alkire recently sat down with The Record Delta to talk about the quick announcement and closure. The restaurant has been a part of the Buckhannon community for just...
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Blood drive continues saving lives in Beckner’s honor

BUCKHANNON — On Thursday, June 23, friends and family of the late Nathan Beckner continued hosting a blood drive in his memory with collaboration the American Red Cross Blood Services. The event was held at the Way of Holiness Church from noon to 6 p.m. The Nathan Beckner Memorial...

Coalton Days Homecoming Celebration this weekend

COALTON, W.Va. (WBOY) — The 27th Annual ‘Coalton Days Homecoming Celebration’ kicked off in Randolph County Friday evening. The Coalton Volunteer Fire Department will host a Prize Bingo event inside the Coalton fire station starting at 7 p.m. On Saturday, July 25, the big celebration starts. Vince Ross 5k Run and Walk – registration starts […]

WV Open: It's a Brand new day for Charleston native Christian Brand

ROANOKE, W.Va. (WCHS) — For the third time in his outstanding career - and the first time since 2015 - Christian Brand is the champion of the prestigious West Virginia Open. Brand finished at -10 over the three-day, 54-hole tournament to claim the crown of the 89th annual Open which was played out on the Palmer Course at Stonewall Resort.

Christian Brand wins 3rd WV Open

ROANOKE, WV -- In a closely fought battle throughout the day, Christian Brand of Scott Depot took the title at the 89th West Virginia Open over defending champion professional (p) David Bradshaw of Harpers Ferry by three strokes. Brand finished the tournament at ten under par 206, while Bradshaw scored a seven under par 209.
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U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade

BUCKHANNON — On Friday, June 24, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113, which was a landmark decision of the U.S. Supreme Court. Roe v. Wade protected a pregnant woman’s liberty to choose to have an abortion under the Constitution of the United States. Now, 50 years later, with the overturned decision, individual states will have the power to set their own abortion laws.
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St. Joseph’s announces 2022 campaign

BUCKHANNON — St. Joseph’s Hospital presented a PowerPoint presentation during a Foundation Reception at the Brushy Fork Event Center on Thursday, June 23. The event was held to honor the 2021 campaign donors and to announce this year’s campaign, Advancing Surgical Services at St. Joseph’s Hospital.
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City issues reminder for pool, water features

BUCKHANNON — Now that it is officially summer, Buckhannon City Officials would like to remind residents of the rules of maintaining safe swimming pools and other water features. In the City of Buckhannon: “Private swimming pools containing water more than 24 inches in depth, shall be permitted only when located in rear yards, and further when completely enclosed by a fence or buildings or combination thereof of a height of six feet (6’) in the case of fences, and six feet (6’) or greater in the case of buildings and generally protected in such a manner so as to avoid becoming an attractive nuisance especially to children.”

Generation Next — Trae Sprague, 32, dean of Student Success and Retention, Glenville State University

When Trae Sprague came to Glenville State as a student, he knew he had found his place to learn and grow into adulthood. He knew he had found home. A 2012 graduate, Sprague has become a key leader, first in admissions, then in student life and now as the dean of student success and retention. In 2020 while the director of resident life, Sprague was chosen the school's staff employee of the year.