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Three West Virginia residents sentenced for their roles in a methamphetamine distribution operation

ELKINS – Three West Virginia residents were sentenced today to a nearly 25 years incarceration combined for distributing methamphetamine, United States Attorney Bill Powell announced.

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Buckhannon man arrested for string of thefts

BUCKHANNON — The Buckhannon Police Department has made an arrest in a string of thefts from local businesses.

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Woman found with $5,600 worth of meth in traffic stop

BUCKHANNON — A Buckhannon woman was arrested after being discovered with 56 grams of methamphetamine valued at approximately $5,600 as well as other drug paraphernalia in a traffic stop.

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Man faces four felonies in sexual abuse case

BUCKHANNON — A Walkersville man has been arrested for allegedly sexually abusing a 7-year-old several times from early 2017 to March 2018.

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Woman arrested for illegally having concealed firearm

BUCKHANNON — A Buckhannon woman prohibited from possessing firearms was found with several uncased firearms and a concealed firearm after a traffic stop Tuesday.

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Buckhannon Toyota gives $20k to backpack program

BUCKHANNON — A local program will now be able to provide food over the holiday break to hundreds of community kids thanks to a big donation.

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Rotary learns the dangers of a stroke

BUCKHANNON — Someone in the United States has a stroke every 40 seconds and every four minutes someone dies.

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Man arrested for domestic assault

BUCKHANNON — A Buckhannon man remained in the Tygart Valley Regional Sunday afternoon on a $50,000 bond stemming from a domestic incident.

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Superintendent talks about levy at SUBA meeting

BUCKHANNON — Principal of Rock Cave Elementary School Amanda Craig said if she handed kids a list at the beginning of the year, she knows there are some families that cannot afford to buy everything.

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Trial delayed when inmate fails to arrive from prison

BUCKHANNON — On Monday, almost everything was in place for jury selection in a trial. The prosecutor, defense attorney, judge and about 70 people were waiting to go through the jury selection process.

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    Speak Out - December 19, 2018

    Speak Out - December 19, 2018

  • Opinion

    Meet the new editor

    Column — It’s great to be here at The Record Delta. It’s an exciting opportunity. I look forward to being part of the community and getting know people.

  • Opinion

    Lessons learned serving on the board of education

    “We are all in this together,” said the late and highly esteemed teacher James W. Knorr III numerous times in his 37-year career as a superb music educator with the Upshur County Schools.

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    To Believe

    Believe is a good word to use during this Christmas Season. To believe is to accept something as true or real; to credit a (person) with veracity, to think, assume, with a clause as object.

  • Sports

    Buckhannon-Upshur wrestlers go 4-4 at Musselman

    INWOOD – Despite having to forfeit five weight classes, the Buckhannon-Upshur wrestling Buccaneers still posted a 4-4 record in the two-day Musselman Duals last Friday and Saturday at Musselman High School.

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    Bobcats tumble to Concord in MEC action, 70-58

    ATHENS – Dusan Vicentic scored 15 points and Clay Todd added 11 but the West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats dropped a 70-58 contest to Concord Saturday afternoon in a Mountain East Conference clash.

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    Hurst scores 14 as Little Bucs roll past Taylor County, 37-27

    GRAFTON – Mark Hurst tallied 14 points and Shawn Blandino added 11 here last Monday night to pace the Buckhannon-Upshur Middle School Little Buccaneers to a 37-27 victory over Taylor County’s Knights in a varsity clash.

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    JV Little Bucs drop 34-22 decision to Knights

    GRAFTON – The Buckhannon-Upshur Middle Schoool Little Buccaneers dropped a 34-22 decision to Taylor County’s Knights here last Monday night in a junior varsity match-up.

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