D&E in the News


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.


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


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


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


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.


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.


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.


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


THE INTER-MOUNTAIN - Needy youngsters in Randolph and surrounding counties may have a cheerier Christmas this year through new toys contributed through the annual United States Marine Corps Reserve and Marine Corps League Toys for Tots program under way.


WBOY - Davis & Elkins College in Randolph County has been ranked number one in the state by the personal finance website, WalletHub.