D&E in the News

06/11/2019

WBOY - Rhododendron Girls State is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and is focused on teaching high school girls about Americanism, citizenship, and leadership. Students who attend take classes on life skills such as money handling and college prep and are given the opportunity to participate in mock government elections.

06/11/2019

THE INTER_MOUNTAIN — Participants in the 77th session of the American Legion Auxiliary Rhododendron Girls State learned some history Monday about voting rights.

03/09/2019

MY BUCKHANNON - Make no bones about it: Buckhannon-Upshur High School students were ‘digging’ learning about Ice Age mammals and artifacts from that era Tuesday and Wednesday during a presentation by Mark Lanham, curator of the Stirrup Gallery at Davis & Elkins College.

01/09/2019

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - Schools in Randolph County will soon be seeing a mentor program introduced to their students and classrooms.

12/17/2018

WBOY - Davis & Elkins head coach Nick Patella is joined by his son, NJ, on the sidelines every game.

11/27/2018

WBOY - The Phil Gainer Community Center in Elkins has been working to fill a void in Randolph County and officials said they are well on their way.

11/27/2018

WBOY - Organizations throughout West Virginia, and around the country have been counting down the days until Giving Tuesday, and Tuesday is finally the day.

11/19/2018

THE PARSONS ADVOCATE - In support of a commitment in providing educational opportunities to all Americans, regardless of economic circumstance, Congress established a series of programs to help low-income and first generation Americans enter college, graduate and move on to participate more fully in America’s economic and social life.

11/17/2018

THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - A new after-school program at the Phil Gainer Community Center, in its first year, is seeing dozens of students daily and is looking toward additional growth.

11/16/2018

WBOY - The Center for Railway Tourism at Davis & Elkins College has been awarded a $75,000 by the Samuel Freeman Charitable Trust.

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