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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.

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August 10, 2016, 02:52:11 PM by DKCO | Views: 640 | Comments: 0

The Burch High Reunion 2016, Columbus Ohio, was great!

We had 143 people there from 15 different states and 24 classes were represented. Th...
June 01, 2016, 11:38:28 AM by DKCO | Views: 858 | Comments: 0

VonAda Evans Bannister has agreed to make a video of pictures for the Burch Reunion, August 5-7, 2016.  if you have any pictures you would like to hav...
February 26, 2016, 01:06:55 PM by DKCO | Views: 1533 | Comments: 0

It's almost time to get together - the more the merrier! Here is a list of paid attendees for the August 5-7, 2016, Burch Reunion, in Columbus Ohio, a...
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* Williamson Daily News - Headlines

  • post Bible Devotions - 25 March
  • Christians are sometimes criticized for being exclusive. Maybe some do form cliques and try to treat the Church like a member’s only club. Even more shamefully, there may even be some who try to shut the door of salvation to others they dislike. If a person is not the right socio-economic class, the desired appearance, […]
  • post Kind deed ends in theft - 25 March
  • WILLIAMSON – A Delbarton woman has been accused of allegedly taking $700 from her friend after giving the friend a ride to her mother’s residence in the Williamson Towers. Kizzie Thorpe, 29 from Delbarton, was arrested by troopers with the Williamson Detachment of the West Virginia State Police (WVSP) and charged with the misdemeanor offense […]
  • post City Council holds brief meeting - 25 March
  • WILLIAMSON – Stress and tension were an underlying theme at Thursday’s brief regular meeting of the Williamson City Council. These tensions will come to a head Monday afternoon when the mayor and council come together at a special meeting to approve a budget for the upcoming fiscal year and address personnel issues. Currently, the City […]
  • post W.Va. population centers shifting - 25 March
  • CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia’s most populous county will be much closer to the nation’s capital than the state capital in a few decades, if current U.S. Census trends continue. Kanawha (kuh-NAW) County, has long been the state’s largest. About 50 miles from the border with Kentucky and Ohio, it’s been the permanent home […]
  • post McNamee named KUNA Officer for 2018 - 25 March
  • BELFRY, Ky. – YClub advisor, Mrs. Christina Jewell issued the following press release, on March 19-21, 2017, the Belfry Middle School chapter of the Kentucky United Nations Assembly (KUNA), traveled to Louisville to participate in a mock United Nations (UN) assembly. Students were given the opportunity to present and debate resolutions, run for office, and […]

* Williamson Daily News - Sports

  • post Tug Valley baseball starts new era - 26 March
  • NAUGATUCK – Tug Valley High School has a new head baseball coach for the 2017. Veteran youth coach John Varney has taken over the Panther’s program. He will be assisted by former Tug Valley standout Seth Ooten. “We are thankful we have been given so much support from our school and community, this year. I […]
  • post 2017 WDN All-Area Boys Team - 25 March
  • WILLIAMSON – The Williamson Daily News (WDN) 2017 boys’ All-Area Basketball team has been released. The team is made up of players from Belfry, Tug Valley, Mingo Central, Phelps and Sheldon Clark. Leading the first team as captain is Mingo Central junior swingman Jeremy Dillon, who was a first team member of the Class AA […]
  • post All-Cardinal Conference cheerleaders - 25 March
  • Press Release The All-Cardinal Conference cheerleaders were announced this week. They include a first team, second team and honorable-mention. First Team: Chapmanville, Alicia Walker; Herbert Hoover, Ellie Kinder; Logan, Kristyn Frye; Mingo Central, Ryleigh Pyszkowski; Nitro, Courtney Virag; Poca, Lindsey Triplett; Scott, Haley Brown; Sissonville, Abby Nelson; Wayne, Kaylee Watts; Winfield, Cartney Schoolcraft. Second Team: […]
  • post Top-seeded Gonzaga survives for 61-58 win over West Virginia - 24 March
  • SAN JOSE, Calif. (AP) — Jevon Carter fired up two potential tying 3-pointers only to see them go off-target and Gonzaga didn’t allow West Virginia to get off a third. A defensive stop was a fitting way for this offensively challenged Sweet 16 matchup to end. Jordan Mathews hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with under a […]
  • post Local athletes, coach to be honored; state tourney records - 24 March
  • Kyle’s Korner …. The West Virginia Sports Writers Association (WVSWA) will hold its annual awards dinner on Sunday, May 21 at the Village Square Conference Center in Clarksburg, W.Va. It will be the 71st Annual Victory Awards Dinner held by the WVSWA. The dinner honors first team all-state selections in football, and boys’ and girls’ […]

* Williamson Daily News - Obituaries

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  • Snowshoe Mountain Snowshoe Mountain is the perfect year-round destination for adventure filled vacations in West Virginia, especially skiing and snowboarding. Learn about the mountain and book your lodging and vacation packages right here.
  • Berkeley Springs Berkeley Springs, West Virginia The Country's First Spa.
  • Ashland, Kentucky Throughout the year, Ashland offers a pleasing blend of history, culture, scenic venues, outdoor recreation and annual festivals, guaranteed to provide you with true Southern Hospitality!
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  • The Prichard Collection: An Appalachian Legacy; the photographic works of the late Bob & Jane (Curry) Prichard. Enjoy Delbarton folks & other settings from the late 1940ís & into the 1970's.
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