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Seneca Rocks Inspires Youth Art

Ashton Bailey of Harrison County's Lincoln Middle School earned third place in Governor Jim Justice’s Almost Heaven Art Contest. She submitted an abstract impressionist interpretation of Seneca Rocks at night that is somewhat reminiscent of Vincent Van Gogh.  

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Upper Tract Producers Extend Hands to Serve

The Upper Tract Producers recently helped serve the West Virginia Extension Service winter farm dinner meeting. A delicious meal was prepared, and many energetic club members helped serve the meal and clean up. It was an enjoyable and learning activity for all those that attended. Four-H members helping with the...

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Manor Valentine Queen, King Crowned

Alma Pennington and Larry Moyers, residents at Pendleton Manor in Franklin, were crowned Valentine queen and king, respectively. They were chosen by a penny per vote with the proceeds going to the resident council.  Others running for the honor of being king or queen were Mary Kate Mitchell, Geneva Jarrells,...

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4-H Members Support Local Senior Center

The Upper Tract Producers 4-H Club members recently participated in a community service project by collecting and donating items to the Pendleton Senior and Family Services pantry in Franklin.  They also designed and made placemats for the seniors to use. Pictured are club members, from left, Lydia Heavner, Addie Rexrode,...

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Teter, Jackson Named to GSU Honor Lists

Two Pendleton County Students have attained academic recognition at Glenville State University for the fall semester. Emilee R. Teter was named to the President’s Honor List. Named to the Provost’s List was Kylie N. Jackson. A student must have a 4.0 grade point average to be named to the President’s...

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