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Community has a berry blast at special 75th festival

Posted: Thursday, May 26th, 2016
BUCKHANNON -- Three days of rain couldn't take the shine out of the 75th Annual West Virginia Strawberry Festival Diamond Jubilee.
Festival president and executive director Charliena Eubank said the festival -- which wrapped up Sunday with the Jack Barker Memorial Canoe Race, a miniature horse show and much more -- went terrific this year, despite the occasional downpour.

Assault charges dropped

Posted: Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
BUCKHANNON -- All charges against seven individuals arrested for an alleged altercation in December have been dropped, according to records in the Upshur County Magistrate Clerk's office.
The Buckhannon Police Department had previously arrested Jackson Dalton Tyler, 21, of Crosslanes, for malicious wounding, and six other men -- Dawson Jakob Shreiner, 23, of Leesburg, Fla,; Jordan Barnes, 20, of Turtle

Man attacked with bat

Posted: Sunday, May 22nd, 2016

BUCKHANNON -- The Buckhannon Police Department is searching for information in an apparent attack Monday night on North Florida Street.
Law enforcement was called to the area of Cook's Car Wash about 10 p.m. where they found William Trusler, of Rock Cave, who reported he had been attacked by two men with a baseball bat, according to chief Matt

Support, criticism of Main Street project

Posted: Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
BUCKHANNON -- Citizens of Buckhannon and Upshur County on Thursday had an opportunity to give their input about the city's pledge to transfer the property at the corner of Spring and Main streets to the Upshur County Development Authority, which hopes to develop it into a business incubator.
At its regular May 5 meeting, council unanimously approved Resolution 2016-10, in

Hall wins contested circuit judge seat

Modified: Tuesday, May 17th, 2016
BUCKHANNON -- The new judge in town will return to the bench in Upshur and Lewis counties in January after a two-year absence.
Kurt Hall, of Jane Lew, won the newly created 26th judicial circuit division 2 seat, beating out two Buckhannon residents, Jamie O'Brien and Dennis Willett.

McCauley wins mayor election

Modified: Sunday, May 15th, 2016
BUCKHANNON -- David McCauley is Buckhannon's next mayor. With all four city precincts reporting, McCauley won the mayoral election, garnering 563 votes, or 41.49 percent.
McCauley beat Michael Cowger, Mike Bodnar and incumbent mayor Rick Edwards to claim victory. Cowger finished the race with 523 votes (38.54 percent), Edwards had 205 votes (15.11 percent) and Bodnar collected 64 votes (4.72

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