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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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — Coal magnate Jim Justice has been sworn in as West Virginia’s governor, the 34th man to hold the post in the state’s century and a half. The 6-foot-7 Justice, an outgoing, nearly larger-than-life figure, plans to stand in a reception line at the Capitol to greet the public, and then attend […]
By Phil Kabler For The WVPA CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Wednesday marked the start – briefly – of the 83rd Legislature. As occurs in years after gubernatorial elections, legislators convened to elect their presiding officers, and this year, to hear a farewell address from Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, then recessed until Feb. 8, when the 60-day […]
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BOYS HOOPS Belfry 61, Phelps 59 PHELPS, Ky. – Devin Varney scored on a layup with 1.8 seconds left on the clock to give the Belfry Pirates another big 60th District win on Friday night at the PHS gym. Belfry outscored the Hornets of Phelps 20-16 in the final quarter to pull out the big […]
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By Jim Vertuno AP Sports Writer AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — The euphoria of blowing out a top-ranked team followed by a long trip west created one serious hangover for West Virginia. The No. 10 Mountaineers shook it off just in time to avoid one of the bigger upsets of the Big 12 season so far. […]
By Keith Taylor Associated Press LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — No. 6 Kentucky found a way to overcome a little foul trouble in its fifth straight win. A solid performance from long range provided a nice lift. Malik Monk made four of Kentucky’s 11 3-pointers and finished with 24 points, leading the Wildcats to a 92-72 […]
Williamson Daily News - Obituaries
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