Why don't the girls have southern accents?
Well, first of all, the prime WV accent is not at all southern
. Less drawl, more twang.
Second, Sissonville is 5 miles outside Charleston, the state capital, and certainly part of the metro area population of 300k. Not large by most standards, but hardly small townish when considered altogether. Charleston has an excellent independent bookstore, a spectacular concert hall with a great museum/children's museum, a number of great restaurants of both the spendy and less-spendy varieties, all sorts of ethnic cuisine available at a variety of price-points, a great farmer's market, some good coffee shops, regular performances by a good regional symphony orchestra, a great gourmet ice cream store, outposts of most of the big chain stores, a number of movie theaters, and the occasional monster truck show. :)
I mean, Sissonville looks rural and the culture there is pretty... country, but that's a choice, rather than the sociocultural isolation of living in the middle of nowhere. They have KTA service into Charleston. The real 'country' is down in the southern part of the state or up in the central WV mountains - Boone or McDowell or Webster Counties.