Soon, you'll be able to add links in your profile for your Facebook and/or LinkedIn pages, as well as your cell phone number, if you wish, for text messages, which might be helpful for those times that you are in Buckhannon trying to catch up with old friends or if you are moving and don't want to miss any upcoming class reunion news!  As many of you may remember, we use to send out weekly emails, but for some, that was too many and/or contained other class information that didn't interest them.  Also, some times folks would change email addresses and forget to update their profile until the next time that they tried to use their old email address to logon and couldn't because the old email address had been marked invalid.
To help address these issues and make our website more useful, your notice soon that rather than having one blog page, we'll have a blog page on each class' Homeroom page, and it will only list post from your former classmates as well as those three year ahead or behind you!  For example, the blog page for the class of 1972 will list any recent post from the Class of 1969 through 1975.

Until the changes are complete, I hope that you will start using our current Blog page more to not only inform your fellow classmates about upcoming class events, such as luncheons and reunions, but to also let them know about other classmates and former teachers that you may talk to from time to time.  Beginning towards the end of December, I'll start compiling the information on our Blog page into a monthly B-UHS Alumni newsletter.   As always, please help us to spread the word to family members and friends over the holidays who may not know yet about our website. Michael Cowger '74

P.S.  If you have pictures that you would like added to your profile or class' Homeroom page, just send them via email as an attachment to

   Check out the list on our "Library" page of Alumni who have recently updated their profiles like the few posted below and remember that we would enjoy reading about you too, so please take time to tell us or update what you've been doing in your profile since graduation!

On Thursday, December 28th, Tommy Russell '81 of Louisville, KY wrote; " Since graduating in 1981, I have retired from the United States Army after a 20 year career. I currently work for S2 Engineering as a Operations Specialist at Fort knox Ky. I am married to wife Stephanie(28 years) with one child a daughter Lindsay(20). We reside in Louisville KY. "

On Sunday, December 24th, Steven Dawson '77 of Moorefield, WV wrote; " On December 30, 2011 I retired as Trooper 3 Commander of the West Virginia State Police in Elkins after 23 years of service. The State Police was a wonderful career and I sometimes wonder if I will ever get over leaving that wonderful organization. I had planned for many years to begin hunting Africa after retiring from the State police but there was an opening for a DNR Officer in Hardy County when I retired from the State Police. My wife thinks I'm crazy but I enlisted in the DNR as a Law Enforcement Officer and am now assigned to Hardy County working for the DNR. Someday I might be ready to leave the law enforcement field, but for now I'm not quite ready. "

On Friday, December 22nd, Kenneth Carr '89 of Ravenswood, WV wrote; " Since graduating in 1989, I served 10 years in the Army seeing combat action in many different places. I was stationed for 7 years in Germany and 3 years in Texas. I met my wife Eden while stationed in Texas and we were married in 1997. We have 2 children Tyler (14) and Audrey (10). I have an MBA from the University of Phoenix. I currently work as the Plant Manager for the Armacell Plant in Spencer, WV. "

   Remember that we have a list on our "Library" page of updated profiles over the past sixteen days!


   The list below includes those who have recently or are about to celebrate a birthday!  Be sure to include your birthday in your profile to get on the list.


If you have information about an upcoming class event that you would like to share here, just send the details via email to

   Below are a few pictures that we've received recently and you can send any pictures to our Webmaster that you would like included in your profile.

Karen Linger '80

Crystal Cox '94

What if I forget my password?  Enter your email address in the upper right corner of this page, if not already there, and enter the word Forgot for the password.  Then click the LOGON button and you'll receive an email shortly with your password.

What if my email address has changed?  Click HERE to let our Webmaster know your old and new email addresses and he'll email you back as soon as he has corrected your profile.

I've not registered yet and would like to logon?  Enter your email address in the upper right corner of this page and use Alumni as the password.  In a few minutes, you'll receive an email asking for more information that our Webmaster will use to setup a profile for you and then email you a password.

What if I moved or left school before graduating?  No problem!  Follow the directions above to register.

How do I add pictures to my profile and/or I'm having problems updating my profile?  Click HERE to let our Webmaster know that you are having problems or attach picture(s) that you would like added.

How do I get on or off the weekly email list?  Once you logon and click "Profile" at the top of any page, your profile will be displayed and towards the bottom under your password, you will see a check box for "Yes, I want to be on the weekly email list!".  Just click on that box to toggle the check mark and then click "Update My Profile!" to save your change.  The email list is used weekly to send messages about updates to the website, let you know about those who have recently joined or updated their profile, etc.  We will always use your email address to let you know about your class events, such as reunions, monthly luncheons, death of a classmate, etc. whether you are on the email list or not.

How much does this cost?  Our B-UHS Alumni website was started by Michael Cowger '74 in 2004 and has always been FREE!  Read more....