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Buck harvest down; DNR blames weather

December 20, 2014 On Dec. 15, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources released the preliminary figures of the deer buck harvest that ran from Nov. 24 through Dec. 6. more »»

 
 
 
Dawson leaving WVU is surpise

December 19, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Don’t think you’re the only one who was blindsided by the news of Shannon Dawson leaving Morgantown. The West Virginia players found out the same way you probably did, via social media. more »»

Second week’s weather was rough

December 13, 2014 The 2014 two-week deer buck firearm season is now history. I have not seen any harvest figures as of Dec. more »»

Very few hunting incidents reported during first week

December 6, 2014 This past Monday, I was talking to West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Police Lt. Col. Jerry Jenkins in Charleston. more »»

Opening day featured two unfortunate incidents

November 28, 2014 I learned there were two hunting incidents on Monday, the opening day of the buck gun season. more »»

Deer hunters should aim for the ‘right spot’ when shooting

November 22, 2014 All serious deer gun hunters should have their hardware sighted in, cleaned up and ready for action. At the present time, the weather is cold and blustery. more »»

Hunting safety is the most important factor

November 15, 2014 On Nov. 6, the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources published a news release pertaining to tree stand safety. more »»

Bears, fly fishing and Kat the bartender

November 8, 2014 West Virginia and black bears. To an outsider just the mention of a bear gets their heartbeat up and fear in their eyes. To those of us that live here and have bear encounters regularly, well.. more »»

Hunters need to know game bag limits

November 8, 2014 The 2014 small game hunting season is now in full swing. Last Saturday, the season opened for Bobwhite Quail, Cottontail Rabbit, Ring-necked Pheasant, and Snowshoe Hare. more »»

WVU had a chance

November 5, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Sure, the turnovers hurt. Giving away the ball five times on your own side of the 50 will make it extremely difficult to win games. more »»

Squirrel hunting with shotguns, rifles

November 1, 2014 Friday and Saturday of last week were good for squirrel hunting. On Friday, I went out in the afternoon for about five hours. more »»

Early antlerless season has advantages

October 25, 2014 Randolph County deer gun hunters will be able to take advantage of the October three-day antlerless deer season that opened on Thursday and will run through today. more »»

Records in reach for Kelly

October 22, 2014 With Mo Kelly turning in his fourth 200-yard game of the season against Oak Hill, the senior running back has steadily moved up the ladder, giving himself a chance to break school records and take... more »»

’Eer’s defense stellar

October 20, 2014 MORGANTOWN — First-year West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson had nothing to say to his unit at halftime. There was simply no need. The Mountaineers held a four-point advantage against No. more »»

Mountain State hunters fortunate

October 18, 2014 This state has so many opportunities for most any kind of sport hunting. more »»

Hunting season now underway

October 11, 2014 The annual Mountain State Forest Festival is over, and I thought I would have some time to do some squirrel huntin. more »»

Revamped defense looking to get to quarterbacks

October 10, 2014 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson knew he needed to try to match Alabama and Oklahoma pound-for-pound along the defensive line in order to stop a physical run gam. more »»

Warbles don’t spoil the meat

October 6, 2014 Several sportsmen have already asked me if I have gotten any squirrels yet. The answer to that question is a big fat no, mainly because I have not been hunting at all. more »»

White makes impact

October 6, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Dana Holgorsen recognized the talent. How could he not? At 6-foot-3, 210 pounds, Kevin White is just too big to ignore. more »»

Winter comes early to these mountains

October 4, 2014 By Tracy McClain For The Inter-Mountain Winter comes early to these mountains. Leaves cover the forest with oranges and yellows for a short time like a fitted sheet on a king-size bed. more »»

’Eers defense looks to take advantage of bye week

September 23, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Tony Gibson admitted his unit didn’t play its best football against No. 4 Oklahom. more »»

 
 

HONEY AND MEAD TASTING December 22, 2014

HONEY AND MEAD TASTING: Highlands Apicultural Association will host a honey and mead tasting event at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the WVU Extension Office meeting room at 32 Randolph Ave. in Elkins. Local beekeepers will offer tastings of varietal honeys from our region. more »

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