Chamber celebrates Buckhannon
The city of Buckhannon's vibrancy serves as a beacon of hope for the state of West Virginia, which still remains at the bottom of every significant economic indicator, the keynote speaker at the Buckhannon-Upshur Chamber of Commerce's annual awards dinner said Thursday.
W.Va. Humanities Council appoints citizen members
The council is the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities and serves West Virginia with grants and direct programs in the humanities.
Little Shop of Horrors' hits the stage March 27
"Someone show me the way to get out of here," moan the inhabitants of skid row in "Little Shop of Horrors," the spring musical at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Sleeth Gallery to feature nationally-known artist
The Sleeth Gallery at West Virginia Wesleyan College is proud to announce the inaugural Artist in Residence exhibition: Plagued: Recent works by Artist in Residence Tonja Torgerson.
Wesleyan to present musical - Little Shop of Horrors'
"Someone show me the way to get out of here," moan the inhabitants of skid row in Little Shop of Horrors, the spring musical at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Students' grant writing benefits the community
The Master's Reading Specialist Program at West Virginia Wesleyan College is more than an educational program; it is a hands-on experience for all students and faculty involved.
WWVC receives donation
Submitted photo Greg Hefner, MBA, class of '92, external affairs manager at FirstEnergy Foundation, presents a $2,500 check to West Virginia Wesleyan College President, Pamela Balch, '71, left, and Vice President for Advancement Bob Skinner, '75, right, in support of the college's Media Studies program.
Wesleyan announces artists added to Mountain Stage
West Virginia Wesleyan College and Mountain Stage with Larry Grose are pleased to announce the addition of three musical artists to perform on April 6 at the Virginia Thomas Law Center for the Performing Arts in the Culpepper Auditorium.