Community Pride: How I Bring Tourists to Town

Growing up in Elkins, I can still remember the desolate Railyard with the boarded up and dilapidated train depot. It always seemed sad to me that such a great part of our town’s history was sitting there in...

From Coalton to Rome

The students in Davis & Elkins College Art Department are planning on traveling to Italy, Spain, and France over spring break. Pretty typical for college kids, right? However, this trip has a special...

Beauty Beyond the Leaves

Busting through fallen leaves early a few brisk mornings ago had me thinking. Born and raised in West Virginia I’ve heard the jokes, stereotypes, and assumptions that seem to cling to the native roots here....

Discovering a Passion for West Virginia

  Carl Nichols On Discovering a Passion for West Virginia Davis Medical Center’s V.P. of Physician Practices Carl Nichols, MBA, CMPE is one of fifty-five West Virginians participating in the 2015...

A Song for Germaine

This story was created in partnership with the Augusta Heritage Center and West Virginia Public Broadcasting. Courtesy of Andrew Carroll and produced by Glynis Board. Click to listen to the story This...

Mini-Doc: SWING

This is the first in a series of mini-documentaries featuring regional arts and culture.    Eighty-six year old, Lou Maiuri is a West Virginia legend. Sit back and learn about his "signature...

Blackwater Mojo on Tour: Randolph to Reykjavik

Seth and Erin Young make up the blues-rock duo Blackwater Mojo. This summer marks their second northern European Tour. They will periodically check in with us for the next few weeks with reflections of rural...