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Town's first Veteran's Day ceremony draws large crowd

November 16, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Shepherdstown Visitor's Center hosted the first Veteran's Day commemoration ceremony on Sunday at the War Memorial Building. more »»

 
 
 
Phaze 2 Gallery exhibits help art students prepare for future careers

November 16, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Throughout the year, Shepherd University's Phaze 2 Gallery keeps up with the contemporary art scene, by regularly featuring the artwork of renowned artists. more »»

Workshop prepares community members for flu season

November 16, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- One hundred years ago, the United States was in the middle of the most deadly two months in the nation's history. The cause? The H1N1 influenza viru. more »»

Holiday Art Show highlights local artists' unique artwork

November 16, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Although the rain poured down outside of the War Memorial Building on Friday afternoon, those who walked inside of the building were immediately transported to a sunny world filled... more »»

Phaze 2 Gallery opens 'Uncertain Passages' exhibit for the holidays

November 16, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Mist swirls through the air, as two pairs of disembodied legs in hiking boots stand on a rocky shore, surrounded by an ocean tide. more »»

'Shepherd Speaks' intergenerational program launches at Shepherd University

November 9, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The Center for Appalachian Studies and Communities, led by Shepherd University graduate student Megan Rynne, hosted the inaugural meeting for the university's newest... more »»

Shepherdstown Public Library celebrates Halloween Eve with parade, story time

November 9, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Unicorns, dinosaurs, astronauts and spidermen paraded down the sidewalks of West German Street, during the Shepherdstown Public Library Children's Department's Halloween Parade and... more »»

It wouldn't be October without apple butter

November 2, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherdstown Fire Department began a tradition 29 years ago, the Apple Butter Festival, that is still going strong and attracting community members from around Jefferson Count. more »»

Halloween Fun Night offers 'no tricks, just treats'

November 2, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Promising "no tricks, just treats," the Board Members of the Station at Shepherdstown attracted young families from around the community to their annual fall event at the train... more »»

Salon Series celebrates poetry with full house

November 2, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Not a seat was empty in the Frank Center W.H. Shipley Recital Hall on Oct. 25, during the vocal concert, "From the Inkwell: a recital of poetry and passion. more »»

A discussion on 'the greatest cost' of the Civil War

November 2, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "'The greatest cost of the Civil War was its slaughter of young men,'" quoted West Chester University Assistant Professor of History James Scythes, at the George Tyler Moore Center... more »»

Gary Vogler questions agenda behind Iraq War during President's Lecture Series

November 2, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- "I spent roughly 75 months in Iraq ä that added up to roughly 20 goodbyes, so my wife deserves a lot of credit," said 1973 West Point Military Academy graduate Gary Vogler, during... more »»

Head Over Heels

November 2, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- A witch lies head first in a flower bed in front of the Shepherdstown Public Library during the BooFest celebration on Saturday afternoon. more »»

Elmwood Cemetery beautification becomes project for Rotary

October 26, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Elmwood Cemetery was recently the recipient of a helping hand, thanks to the Shepherdstown Rotary Club. more »»

Restoration underway at Harper Cemetery

October 26, 2018 HARPERS FERRY -- Members of the Harpers Ferry Woman's Club and their guests were the recipients of information during a gathering at Harper Cemetery on Oct. 18. more »»

Pearl S. Buck's writing discussed in Faculty Research Forum

October 26, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Shepherd University Professor of Asian History David B. Gordon first learned about Hillsboro, West Virginia-born author Pearl . more »»

The road to "The Adventures of Berkeley the Bear"

October 26, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- As the 2014 West Virginia Teacher of the Year, Erin Sponaugle, of Martinsburg, spent a year traveling around the state and country representing her home state. more »»

Midterm election discussed during Brown Bag Luncheon

October 26, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- The League of Women Voters of Jefferson County encourages the community to participate in voting and political education throughout the year. more »»

BooFest comes back to town

October 19, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- While ghosts and goblins may visit towns across the country only on Halloween night, in Shepherdstown, they'll be visiting for a few days more. more »»

'55 Strong: Inside the West Virginia Teachers' Strike' event discusses the strike's challenges

October 19, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN -- Although many West Virginians were personally effected by the 2018 West Virginia teachers' strike, the lessons learned from the strike are still being realized by West Virginia's... more »»

KimoPics Studio and Gallery presents the 'Faces of Vietnam' exhibit

October 19, 2018 SHEPHERDSTOWN --­ Kimo Williams, of Shepherdstown, opened his photography studio and gallery in August 2018 at 133 West German Street. more »»

 
 

Tuesday Afternoon Sewing Time November 20, 2018

Bring your sewing, knitting, embroidery, even your mending — and let's enjoy each other's company inthe Parlor Room of Trinity Episcopal's Parish House, 1 to 4 p.m. Questions? Call Paula Lelansky at 304-876-2930. more »

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August 5, 2014 Here is photo of a frog that found its way into our garage, but didn't make it out. Crushed before it's time. At least it did't suffer, I think. more »

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