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Rolenson crowned queen, Payne king

Posted: Sunday, Oct 19th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- Buckhannon-Upshur High School's homecoming king and queen are involved in many different activities -- something they said is a testament to their parents who have always supported them.
Homecoming queen Taylor Rolenson and king Cole Payne were crowned Wednesday afternoon at Buckhannon-Upshur High School.
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Women in Upshur, Randolph granted marriage licenses

Modified: Friday, Oct 17th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- A historic decision from the United States Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit was handed down just a few days ago and opened the door to same-sex couples in West Virginia to apply for a marriage license. The ruling also affected Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina.
Tuesday morning, Christina Stout and Michelle Canter filed for marriage
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Education blasts off at fun-filled Space Day

Posted: Friday, Oct 17th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- Students from a several county region took on a variety of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics tasks at a Space Day event hosted at West Virginia Wesleyan College Saturday.
There was plenty of monkeying around to be had; however, especially at The Science Behind Zip Lines exhibit inside Rockefeller Center.
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Gays can marry in Upshur

Posted: Sunday, Oct 12th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- County clerks in West Virginia were told to begin accepting marriage applications from same-sex couples Thursday after Attorney General Patrick Morrisey dropped his fight to a court challenge on the state's gay marriage ban.
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Worried about Ebola?

Posted: Thursday, Oct 9th, 2014
BUCKHANNON -- Threats of Ebola in the United States have scared Americans into taking extra health precautions, but should West Virginians or, more specifically, Upshur County residents be concerned? A medical professional from West Virginia University's Ruby Memorial Hospital said, "not particularly."
Dr. Arif Sarwari, infectious disease specialist, noted that West Virginia is not a major traffic hub for people
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