Vintage West Virginia: Learning about the metric system Gazette-Mail file photo Jan 22, 2023 Jan 22, 2023 Comments Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Buy Now First-hand knowledge of the metric system is being gained by South Charleston High students who have posters scattered about school to remind them of kilometers, centimeters and the like. Students Brasil Hamrick (left) and Chip Ellis stop for a height-measuring exercise. Jan. 16, 1976 photo by Chet Hawes. Gazette-Mail file photo As featured on Page A15 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp SMS Email Print Copy article link Save Latest News Jack Bernard: Comparing Manchin and Trump (Opinion) Joseph Wyatt: To Mooney and Miller: Thanks for nothing (Opinion) Gazette-Mail editorial: The latest weird turn in Justice's finances Prep roundup: Winfield baseball wipes out Wayne Prep baseball: Hurricane finds enough to outlast GW Hurricane Redskins vs. George Washington Patriots: Mar. 30, 2023 Handlogten enters transfer portal Digital Only Federal court upholds Virginia water permit for Mountain Valley Pipeline Today's Cartoon Gazette-Mail cartoon: March 31, 2023 Daily Mail WV Elkview author releases latest children's book Charleston children's author channels passion into publishing Chris Ellis: Canine companion welcome on walks 'Rocket Boys' author hopes more Coalwood stories coming to the screen Morgantown native releases debut solo album, 'Appalachian Gothic'