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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One person was flown to Pikeville Medical Center on Friday afternoon after a motorcycle collided with a car on US Hwy 119 near the Belfry Public Library. The preliminary investigation indicates the motorcycle was traveling south on US 119 when it struck a vehicle which was exiting the parking lot of the library. http://williamsondailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/web1_Belfry2.jpg By […]
By Phil Kabler For the WV Press Asc. CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Gov. Jim Justice announced Thursday that he will ask lawmakers to let him force state employees to take unpaid days off in response to the West Virginia budget crisis. In a news release issued Thursday afternoon, Justice said the authority to furlough government employees […]
MATEWAN, W.Va. – Members of the Matewan Town Council held their regular monthly meeting on Tuesday February 21 in the Town Hall chambers. Matewan Police Chief Dave Stratton approached the council to ask for approval to purchase a 2006 Dodge Durango from a surplus auction located in Dunbar, W.Va. Chief Stratton informed council memebers the […]
By SADIE GURMAN and MARIA DANILOVA Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Conservatives are praising the Trump administration’s rollback of public school bathroom requirements for transgender students, saying the move corrects a legal overreach by the Obama administration that is best left for states to decide. Transgender rights advocates, meanwhile, are vowing to overcome a major […]
DELBARTON, W.Va. – Several residents on Emory Wolford Drive in Delbarton have expressed a concern over the salt contents left on the hillside above their residences after a tractor trailer overturned on Buffalo Mountain last week. Resident Wallace Perry contacted the Williamson Daily News voicing his concerns about the situation, “I look out of my […]
Wes Wilson Photography Burch’s Devin Hatfield is shown bringing the ball up the floor. He scored 14 points in a Bulldogs loss in the semi-finals. His squad will be in the consolation game against Gilbert Saturday at 11 a.m. Wes Wilson Photography Lenore’s Easton Davis is shown with the ball. He scored 11 points for […]
LOUISA, Ky. – Junior Koleston Blankenship stole the basketball and drove the court for a layup to give the Belfry Pirates a lead with under :30 seconds left in the semi-finals of the 60th District tournament. The speedy guard hit a big 3-pointer late in the fourth quarter that BHS Coach Mark Thompson feels changed […]
MAN – Juniors Tyler May and Garrett Brown combined for 55 points and 15 3-pointers as Tug Valley downed the man Hillbillies 82-46 Tuesday night at the Man Fieldhouse. May, who is an all-state guard, fired in 10-13 from behind the arc and scored 34 points, while Brown swished in 5-7 from 3- point range […]
60th District Tournament Brackets: At Lawrence County High School, Louisa, Ky. Friday February 24th 6:30 pm Girls Championship 8:15 pm Boys Championship — AA GIRLS Class AA Region 4, Section Friday: Sectional championship at the Logan Fieldhouse Class AA Region 4, Section 2: Chapmanville vs. Mingo Central Game time is 7:30 p.m. — AA BOYS […]
The Tug Valley Panthers (13-8) got the No. 1 seed and a first round bye in the Class A, Region 4, Section 2 tournament which will start on Saturday. “I thought we deserved it,” Coach Edwyn May said of the top seed. “We beat St. Joe and Tolsia twice in the regular season.” “But you […]
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