BLUEFIELD — Parents and educators throughout the community have found creative ways to keep their children happy, healthy and educated during the COVID-19 and subsequent self-quarantine.

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My dear readers, I am writing to you from the comfort of my own home. In last week's column, I addressed the COVID-19 pandemic for the first t…

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There is something about springtime air. I know it is cliché, but in the past week, I have felt a bit of awakening with the rising temperature…

I’ve needed glasses since I was in third grade. I always had regular checkups, but it was only in third grade that my eye doctor finally recom…

It’s no secret that I love animals, especially dogs. You, my dear readers seem to be animal lovers as well, from the feedback I get. One time …

Last week, you read about a talented young violinist, Leif Young. He and his mother were a delight to interview and after a call from Leif's m…

When I was a teenager, a phenomenon hit my school. No, not a cultural reference or a style. Knitting hit my school and hit it hard.

BLUEFIELD — Leif Young is a 6th-grade student at Mercer Christian Academy. He plays basketball, baseball and his favorite subjects are math an…

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS — For some people, shooting a gun is intimidating. But for sixteen-year-old Makayla Scott, shooting sports are the reaso…

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