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Man hurt in car fire

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- One man was flown to Ruby Memorial Hospital Thursday night following a single vehicle accident in which the vehicle caught on fire.
Danny McCourt, age and address unknown, was injured in the motor vehicle accident, according to information from the Upshur County Sheriff's Department. A full wreck report was not available.

Owners return home to see smoke pouring out of house

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- No one was at home when a fire broke out at a residence about three miles out the Turkey Run Road Thursday afternoon.
The homeowners, Michael and Bonnie Lantz, had just pulled into their driveway when their son-in-law came down from a nearby residence to alert them that smoke was coming out of their house.

Man seriously injured in bike wreck

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- A Wesleyan professor was seriously injured after wrecking his bike on Glady Fork Road Sunday.
Phillip McCollam, an assistant professor in the art department, was flown by HealthNet to Ruby Memorial Hospital Sunday evening.

Fire levels house in Hodgesville

Posted: Tuesday, Sep 30th, 2014
HODGESVILLE -- A house beside of Bruce's Store in Hodgesville was destroyed by a fire early Saturday morning.
Three departments, Warren District Volunteer Fire Department, Buckhannon Fire Department and Washington District Volunteer Fire Company, responded to the 2 a.m. blaze.

Pipeline meeting draws big crowds

Posted: Sunday, Sep 21st, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- People came from a several county region to attend an informational open house on a proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline that could come through Upshur County on its way to the eastern North Carolina.
Dominion organized the open house as it prepares to apply for regulatory approval from Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

New welcome center opens

Posted: Thursday, Sep 18th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- Current and prospective students can now address financial aid matters in the midst of a welcoming, homey environment at West Virginia Wesleyan College's new O'Roark Nordstrom Welcome Center, which opened right on time and on budget, just as planned.
During the cold, early months of 2014, construction workers broke ground on the center after a monetary gift from

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