Welcome to the Official Burch High School Alumni Forum Website!
Don't let imitations fool you. This is the only Burch High School Alumni website sanctioned by the Burch High School Alumni Association. It was created by, and is operated by, Burch High School Alumni; and not some big corporation that wants you to join so they can take your hard earned dollars.
Membership with our website is absolutely FREE and there are no hidden costs or obligations once you become a member. The only requirements to become a member is that at one time or another you graduated from Burch High School, or attended for a year or more; and are 18 or older.
The objective of this forum is to collect & share photos of important locations, and of residents & those who attended area elementary schools, and Burch High School, in the vicinity of Delbarton, Mingo County, West Virginia. We'll talk, and talk, and talk more about those days! What memories we have! We've got a lot of catching up to do! Come along, will ya?
Find old friends, catch up on their lives; read the latest news about Delbarton; listen to your favorite oldies via Internet radio; discuss your school days and a broad range of other topics; and you can even get Delbarton weather reports.
We're waitin' for ya!.
Thanks, The Burch High School Alumni Forum Team
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By Ronnie Hickman For the Daily News INEZ, Ky. — Monday, May 23 was a dark day for the Warfield Volunteer Fire Department as they had five vehicles repossessed by a Illinois based company called First Government Lease citing non payment for the past six months. WVFD Chief Doug Hinkle and several members of the […]
By Debbie Rolen For the Daily News Mae O’Bryan Stallard passed away May 27, 2016. The Tug Valley lost a long-time community leader, beloved educator, strong advocate, tireless worker and world traveler. She was a long-time resident of Williamson, who had a loving “Hello friend” greeting for everyone. Mae was born July 10, 1929. She […]
WILLIAMSON – Coalfield Community Action Partnership(CAP), in conjunction with WVU Extension Service and Mingo County Schools, is planning to host the Energy Express program this year at five locations. The number of sites offered is based on the amount of funding that is available each year for the program. Anticipated sites for 2016 include Dingess, […]
ST. LOUIS, May 19, 2016 – The Arch Coal Foundation announced today that 11 high school graduating seniors were chosen as 2016 Arch Coal Scholars. Each student will receive a $2,000 annual scholarship to an accredited college or university for up to four years. “We are pleased to introduce the 2016 class of Arch Coal […]
Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump’s best ally in winning over skeptical Republicans is turning out to be Hillary Clinton. Having overcome a multimillion-dollar “Never Trump” campaign aimed at blocking him from the Republican nomination, he’s now benefiting from a wave of GOP donors, party leaders, voters and conservative groups that are uniting under […]
Staff Report MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – The West Virginia University Athletic Department announced its 125 years of football campaign started on May 1. Today, the special website, produced to help relive and recapture the great history, the unforgettable moments, players, coaches and teams that make up one of college football’s most storied programs, has launched. Fans […]
Pictured above is Mingo Central running back Deonte Joplin signing his letter of intent to play football this upcoming fall with Kentucky Christian University. Joplin is surrounded by family and friends, the signing took place on the KCU campus. Joplin was helped in his recruiting by his family member David Jones, pictured to his left. […]
On May 21st the Tug Valley Bass Anglers held its fourth tournament of the 2016 season on Carr Fork Lake. 31 anglers competed in the event. Carr Fork Lake was at summer pool with clear water on the entire lake and a water temperature of around 70 degrees. Weather for the tournament was good with […]
Let’s talk turkey, one more time The spring turkey season just wrapped up and the final numbers are out. It looks like the hunting was good all over the Mountain State with hunters bagging 10,369 bearded birds. That number is a little more than 1300 birds more than were killed last year and a full […]
PHELPS, Ky. — Standing on the precipice looking over. The Phelps Hornet football team has been beat like a sock in the wash with work boots. Phelps’s legacy is as battered and torn as it has been in decades and the end was crashing down to faster than most could have predicted. Last season they […]
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