With the schoolyear coming to an end, many faculty members are coming to the end of their careers. In Williamstown one hometown administrator is calling it a career after decades spent with the Williamstown middle and high school.
Head coach Sarah Snow said they competed in a division called “game day” cheering. This type of cheering that involves crowd leading, routines to marching band songs, and showcasing the squad’s football knowledge.
The Mid Ohio Valley is full of generous people who are ready to help others when the time calls. Cosmetologist Lexi Drake is one of these people. She is not only working on Labor Day but she’s offering free haircuts to perhaps the people who need it the most.
Graham recently carded a 66-breaking the school’s record as a junior. While his skills and mindset are second to none, varsity coach Bryan Whittekind says perhaps the best quality about Graham is that he’s a team player.
Here’s a fun fact for you...did you know the oldest mini putt putt course in West Virginia is right here in the MOV? The Boaz Mini-Golf Course has been providing good ol’ family fun for 60 years to the people of the MOV.
Goodwill Industries of the Kanawha Valley and the Blennerhassett Hotel are providing career support for Jonathan Davis, an autistic area resident and participant in Goodwill’s career training program in Parkersburg.