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Recent Updates

Blackhawk School Board votes to move to virtual learning, will slowly reintroduce hybrid model

Blackhawk School located in Chippewa TWP, has moved all in person classes to remote learning. Starting on Sept. 8, all K-4 students in the district will start the school year in a hybrid model, grades fifth- through 12th- will study remotely. Cohort Group A of the K-4 students will attend in-person classes on Mondays and Thursdays, while Cohort Group B will attend in-person classes on Tuesdays and Fridays. This pattern will last through Sept. 18. The district will closely monitor community and school spread of COVID-19. Depending on school and community transmission levels, the school district will bring fifth- through eighth-grade into the hybrid model no earlier than Sept. 21. Blackhawk is hoping for a smooth transition with online learning.  The district is hopeful for a healthy fall to allow all students back in the classroom.

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Beaver County Radio Since May 25, 1948.

A historical radio event.

Pictures from the “70th Anniversary Gala” held on May 25, 2018 in the Grand Ballroom of the General Brodhead Hotel (Brodhead Apartments) in Beaver Falls, PA.  The event was organized to commemorate the day on which the first radio broadcast was aired in Beaver County, PA, which happened when 1230 WBVP officially signed on the air at around 6 P.M. on May 25, 1948.

 

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The Tradition Continues Since 1948!!!!!!

Wilson, Reynolds, Romigh, Shovlin and Nuzzo.  Just some of the hometown names that have made Beaver County Radio great for nearly seventy years.  The tradition continues with Pat Septak,  Greg Benedetti, Frank Sparks and Matt Drzik.  Tune in for authentic local community radio on 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA.

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The Tradition continues since 1948!!!

Wilson, Reynolds, Romigh, Shovlin and Nuzzo.  Just some of the hometown names that have made Beaver County Radio great for nearly seventy years.  The tradition continues with Pat Septak,  Greg Benedetti, Frank Sparks and Matt Drzik.  Tune in for authentic local community radio on 1230 WBVP and 1460 WMBA.

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