Local Businesses Offer Discounts to Students

Written By: Nicholas Gardner Students will be delighted to know many local businesses in Keyser offer discounts and other special offers if they present their student IDs. If you haven’t been off-campus yet, now’s a great time to put on your walking shoes and enjoy the small town charm of the “Friendliest City in the USA.” Dining and Drinks M and S Desserts and Bakery, … Continue reading Local Businesses Offer Discounts to Students

Mineral County Under Siege by Chronic Wasting Disease

Written by: Matt Timbrook In June of this year, the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources was dispatched to investigate a ‘sickly’ doe that had been sighted two months earlier in Mineral County; the deer was subsequently put down by a conservation officer about four miles south of Keyser. Sampling and testing of the specimen confirmed what was feared. The doe tested positive for Chronic Wasting … Continue reading Mineral County Under Siege by Chronic Wasting Disease

STEM Attracts Families

  What do dissected pigs, lasers, snakes, equines, rockets, LEGOs and drones have in common? The Mineral County STEM Festival! Faculty, staff, students and community members volunteered to present a variety of activities on campus March 24. The festival introduced children in Kindergarten through 12 grade to science, technology, engineering and math concepts through hands-on activities. About 1,000 visitors attended the STEM Festival. The festival … Continue reading STEM Attracts Families

Stoplight to be Stationed on State Street Should Secure Strolling Students’ Safety this September

      “I used to have friends who’d call and ask me to help them cross the street,” said Steffan Chapman, a PSC student.    For some PSC students, crossing 220 from Catamount Place is difficult due to the lack of a stoplight or crosswalk. The closest crosswalk is on St. Cloud Street, a block from Fort Ave.   Recent events at West Virginia … Continue reading Stoplight to be Stationed on State Street Should Secure Strolling Students’ Safety this September

PSC and Keyser Focus on Building a Community

   The first day of your college life begins, and you’re excited. As you head to your first class, you’re greeted by unfamiliar faces and quickly find yourself given an intense workload that’s entirely your responsibility.    You’re living with a stranger, missing your old bed, pulling all-nighters and finding it hard to make friends in what little spare time you have. It’s easy to … Continue reading PSC and Keyser Focus on Building a Community

Keyser High School’s Tornado TV gets “Locked Out”

Keyser High School’s Tornado TV (TTV) recently created a 10-part miniseries titled “Locked Out,” available to watch in its entirety on the Tornado TV Facebook page. Filmed over the course of four months (from September to January), showrunner Logan Cook, and fellow TTV members Jonathon Myers and Jerrod McGann, used an iPhone and the video editing software iMovie to bring “Locked Out” to life. According … Continue reading Keyser High School’s Tornado TV gets “Locked Out”