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Manly Tradition

November 8, 2014 BUCKHANNON — Johnathon Fitzwater reclines in an empty barber’s chair as people pass by the big picture windows of his shop, bracing themselves against the brisk November day as they walk. more »»

Preparing for WINTER

November 1, 2014 Perhaps there is no time in the year that reminds us more of our primitive origins than the Thanksgiving season, and I can’t think of any place but down our country roads that supplies a better... more »»

Wild turkeys are on the increase in region

October 25, 2014 West Virginia’s Wild Turkey Program, like the deer program, has to be considered a management success. There are many reasons for this, besides good administration. more »»

Pipestem’s fall 2014 Trout Wrangler registration extended

October 25, 2014 PIPESTEM — Due to high demand, registration for the popular “Trout Wrangler” fly fishing program at Pipestem Resort State Park has been extended for the fall 2014 season. more »»

Hunter safety course has made difference

October 25, 2014 Up until about 1990, better than 50 percent — and probably closer to 75 percent — of the hunting and shooting accidents in West Virginia involved youth hunters. more »»

General Regulations

October 25, 2014 It is illegal to: • Hunt in state parks (except as otherwise designated), in safety zones in state forests or wildlife management areas, and in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. more »»

2014 West Virginia Hunter Outlook

October 25, 2014 GRAY AND FOX SQUIRRELS Hickory and beech production is much lower in 2014 than last year and the long term average, but acorn production across the state is much improved. more »»

Taking care of your guns is key

October 25, 2014 A large percentage of sportsmen and women put their guns away when a hunting season is over and never give them any more thought until a few days before the next hunting season. more »»

Small game hunting can provides days of enjoyment

October 25, 2014 Small game hunting in West Virginia began this year on Sept. 13 with the opening of squirrel season. This season will run through Jan. 31. more »»

W.Va. deer program a success

October 25, 2014 In 1900, the white-tailed deer population in West Virginia was estimated to be around 1,000 animals. more »»

Fall trout stockings are on schedule

October 25, 2014 It is too early to be putting away your fishing gear. The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources announced annual fall trout stocking in October. more »»

Growth Potential

October 11, 2014 ELKINS — By age 70, most people are slowing down and enjoying a well-earned retirement, traveling the nation and spending time with loved ones. more »»

Dakan Arena: Facility will host horse shows, concerts and more

October 4, 2014 BEVERLY — A state-of-the-art covered facility, Dakan Arena, has opened at Camp Pioneer in Beverly and will be available to host a wide array of events from horse shows to concerts. more »»

The fishin’ magician

September 20, 2014 RANDOLPH COUNTY — Award-winning magician Ed Ellis has taken to exhibiting another kind of magic on the Elk River. more »»

Little Livy faces first grade with a smile

August 22, 2014 ELKINS — Beginning a new school year offers the opportunity for new learning, challenges and fun. more »»

Shaping Young Minds

August 9, 2014 ELKINS — Area school systems have been working throughout the summer to get ready for a new school year. more »»


August 2, 2014 BEVERLY — Teens and adults from the Burke Community Church in Virginia are rolling up their sleeves and spending part of their summer vacation partnering with area churches in Beverly and Parsons,... more »»

Ice cream spurs nostalgia as local residents celebrate National Ice Cream Month

July 26, 2014 ELKINS — Digging into a cool ice cream treat is one of the favorite ways for people to cool off in the summer. more »»

D&E professor revives ‘fossils’ through his art

July 19, 2014 ELKINS — A local artist and Davis & Elkins College professor believes the past can be beautifully revived in the present through an intricate blending of the two concepts of time. more »»

Decorated soldier’s memory to be honored

July 12, 2014 He was a son, a brother, a husband and a father. He was a decorated Army soldier and was the first Randolph County resident killed in the Vietnam War. more »»



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