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12 best WV YouTube videos for November 19

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – There’s a lot of great content to be found on YouTube. Here’s a look at 12 videos, related to West Virginia, that our team found this week:

  1. A book, titled The WVU Coed Murder: Who Killed Mared and Karen, focusing on unsolved crimes of 1970, was recently published. Shayla Klein of spoke to the authors of the book. You can watch their interview below.

2. A recent fire damaged several buildings and spread to the woods near the Harrison-Lewis County line. The next day, a drone operator took off to assess the damage.

3. Lots of people will be getting together next week for Thanksgiving. Dr Kathy Moffett of WVU Medicine offers some helpful tips to protect your family from COVID.

4. There’s nothing worth reliving the action on the field of WVU’s football game against Oklahoma State, but here’s a unique perspective on what some Cowboy fans learned during their time in Morgantown.

5. Tavon Austin was famous for his best times on the Mountaineers grill. Years later, Tavon is still recognized for his time in Morgantown, even by other NFL players. Listen Indianapolis Colts running back Nyheim Hines when he has the chance to meet his childhood idol.

6. Football is certainly a Thanksgiving tradition, but so is the national dog show. This year’s edition will feature Adrianne Dering from Morgantown and a new breed of dog.

7. With Thanksgiving approaching, we remember the story of pilgrims leaving what they knew to build new life in a new homeland. That’s basically what Erin and Josh did, leaving their city life behind to build an off-grid home on top of a West Virginia mountain. The couple, who were recently selected as Mountain State’s representative for the US YouTube program, recounted the entire process on their wonderful wild off the grid channel. Here is the last opus:

8. From their summit, we make our way to West Virginia’s most famous peak, Spruce Knob.

9. You may notice a theme here. Let’s take a unique look at Morgantown Dorsey button:

10. If you’re looking for something to do with the family over the Thanksgiving vacation, a visit to the West Virginia Wildlife Center in Upshur County is always a good option. Watch the video below to get an idea of ​​what you can experience.

11. Want to get kids to learn something while they’re not at school for the holidays? Have them watch this video for a history lesson on Barbour and Tucker counties and if they want more, here’s a link to a recent story on Philippi’s mummies.

12. To stay in education, here’s a look at the new STEAM Education Center at WVU Extension Service in Jackson’s Mill: