Three Knights

Landon Whitacre, Ethan Ferris and Peyton Milleson (left to right) were dubbed Knights of the Golden Horseshoe in June 14 ceremony at the West Virginia Culture Center in Charleston. The program included remarks from State Superintendent Clayton Burch and greetings from Gov. Jim Justice. The 91st year of the tradition honored students who earned top scores on the West Virginia History test as 8th-graders. They received Golden Horseshoe pins and were inducted into the society by Burch using the sword that won the 2022 First Lady Student Artist Series sword- smithing design contest.o 

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