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Rising Starz celebrates success of students

TAYLOR COUNTY—Determined to show the community the skillset of her dancers, Caitlin Blair vowed that the show would go on, and recently, the hard work and dedication of her students was displayed during Rising Starz Studio’s annual Spring Showcase.

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Lace up those sneakers to make a difference

GRAFTON—After the cancellation of last year’s event, due to COVID-19, Taylor County Relay For Life is back and ready to attack cancer with the hopes of making this one of the most successful events yet.

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As students return to the classroom this fall, families can find something for everyone at Goodwill, without breaking the bank

MORGANTOWN— It has been a long year and a half since the pandemic began, and we have all spent a lot of time in our pajamas. But with a new school year just around the corner—and many kids heading back to classrooms in person—this back-to-school shopping season is an extra-special one.

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Salvation Army focuses on back-to-school time

TAYLOR COUNTY—As the summer starts to dwindle down, the Grafton Salvation Army has begun to shift their focus to back-to-school time.

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Knotts wows judges, earns title of Miss WV Teen USA

BUCKHANNON—On Sunday evening, the lives of two young women were forever changed as they now begin to embark on their “Journey to the Crown” on the national competition stage.

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School-a-pool-ooza students treated to tour of downtown Grafton

GRAFTON—The historical downtown area became an outdoor learning classroom for the students taking part in Anna Jarvis Elementary School’s Summer School-a-pool-ooza.

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VFW dinners are back!

GRAFTON—After having to take a short hiatus from meal prep and service, the Grafton Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3081 Auxiliary is happy to be hosting their dinners once more.

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Appraisers hit the streets, assessment forms being mailed to residents

TAYLOR COUNTY—It’s that time of year again when the Taylor County Assessor’s Office will begin mailing out assessment forms.

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First Fridays to boast musical performances

GRAFTON— Join in on some small-town fun, as All Aboard Grafton presents July First Fridays with plenty of excitement and activities for all.

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Grafton Martial Arts Academy earns top finishes at recent tournament

GRAFTON— The Grafton Martial Arts Academy recently traveled Newtown, PA, to take on the competition in a Karate tournament.

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Fire Fighters Full Pull returns bigger and better

PRUNTYTOWN—After the cancellation of last year’s event, the Grafton and Fellowsville Volunteer Fire Departments would like to welcome pull enthusiasts to their bigger and better Fire Fighter’s Full Pull event, brought to you in conjunction with the Battle of the Bluegrass Pulling Series.

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After a year hiatus, youth fishing derby swet to see lines in the water

TYGART LAKE—After having to sit a year out due to COVID-19 concerns, the Tygart Lake State Park (TLSP) Foundation is excited to announce their partnership with Leer Mine to provide youths with a fun event to get them outdoors.

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BOE providing nutritious meals for students this summer

TAYLOR COUNTY—Summer break has finally come for the county’s students, and while they are enjoying their time away from the classroom, the Taylor County Board of Education (BOE) wanted to make sure that they received adequate nutrition.

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Teen Cuisine cooking up something good in the kitchen

TAYLOR COUNTY—As a way to see teens become more independent, while learning to prepare meals that can propel them into a life of healthiness and well-being, the West Virginia University (WVU) Extension Office is offering Teen Cuisine courses.

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