Author: Brooke Review

Bethany College Raises $3.7k for Charity

Bethany College’s annual Light Up Night celebration was held on Dec. 1 in an effort to bring the community together, spread holiday cheer, and raise funds for a local charity. Donations in support of Bernie’s Kids Foundation of Brooke County reached $3,700 this year.Bernie’s Kids is a charity organization, in[Read More…]

Kiefer Remembered for Unwavering Dedication

Long-time Bethany College friend William “Bill” Kiefer passed away on the night of Dec. 15. Kiefer was one of the most impactful community members to bless Bethany College through his countless years of dedication.Kiefer graduated from Bethany College in 1971 and has been a key member of the College ever[Read More…]

Quinn Minute – Robotic Replies

By: Rix Quinn I wanted to reorder a product last week, so I called the company’s toll-free phone number.A cheerful recorded voice wished me a good morning (it was afternoon), and told me how much she valued my call, my time, my loyalty, and my impressive humanness.She reminded me that[Read More…]

Know Return Policies Before Buying Gifts

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is encouraging consumers to know store return policies when buying holiday gifts.The advice comes as part of the Attorney General’s Holiday Consumer Protection Week.“It’s always important to ask the sales associate about the store’s return process when buying Christmas gifts,” Attorney General Morrisey said.[Read More…]

Dungeons and Dragons Classes Offered

The Brooke County Library will be holding Dungeons and Dragons classes on Tuesdays from 6–9 p.m. Library volunteers, Game Masters Daniel Melching and David Nixon, will be instructing the classes that are open to Middle and High School Students.You will learn how to create characters, battle evil creatures, and save[Read More…]

Explore and Learn Story Time at the Library

The Brooke County Public Library will be holding an evening explore and learn story time with Miss Kim on Thursday, Jan. 5, at 5 p.m. Children will enjoy a story and hands on activities. Limited spaces available. Call the circulation desk at 304.737.1551 to register or visit

At the Library

The following books have recently been added to the Brooke County Public Library’s collection: ADULT FICTION A CHRISTMAS DELIVERANCE by Anne Perry. Scuff has come a long way from his time as a penniless orphan scraping together a living on the banks of the Thames. Now he’s studying medicine at[Read More…]