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’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 »»

Bear numbers need to be kept under control

September 20, 2014 The first and only time I ever have been black bear hunting was back in 1974. This was when the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources had an early one-week bear gun season in Novembe. more »»

Women in the Outdoors event a success

September 13, 2014 This past Saturday, my wife, Ruth, and I went out to the Mountaineer Chapter Izaak Walton League property on Files Creek for a Women in the Outdoors (WITO) event. more »»

Protect what we live for by using catch and release

September 13, 2014 Catch and release — a practice that most bass and musky fishermen as well as fly fishermen have adopted as the norm. more »»

Bell left a positive impact

September 10, 2014 Working in the news business, there are always stories that touch you in some way. Sometimes in a terrible way that makes you angry and sometimes it will bring a smile to your face. more »»

Fishing trips make memories, provide tall tales

September 6, 2014 Some of the best times in fly fishing to me have not actually been on the water but sitting by a campfire, a fire place, a bar or on the porch listening to stories from other fishermen. more »»

Basic tree stand rules make sense

September 5, 2014 This year’s deer bow season will open on Sept. 27 and run through Dec. 31. Last week, I made a brief mention that archery hunters need to be scouting for a good location to bow hunt. more »»

Big 12 teams shine

September 2, 2014 MORGANTOWN — Not a lot of heads turned whenever the Big 12 coaches picked West Virginia to finish eighth in their preseason poll. After the Mountaineers 10-point loss to N. more »»

Autumn is in the air; hunting season nears

August 30, 2014 This is the last Saturday in August 2014. Autumn is in the air, particularly with these cool mornings we have had for the past week. more »»

Insects are driving force in soul of fly fishermen

August 30, 2014 If you already are a fly fisherman, you would recognize the words nymph, spinner, spent and other descriptions of the life cycle of aquatic insect. more »»

WVU chief is ready for some football

August 25, 2014 ELKINS — Despite the toughest schedule in its history, high hopes abound for the West Virginia University football team this year. The Mountaineers open their season vs. N. more »»

Watoga State Park to hold BOW workshop

August 25, 2014 The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has announced that registration is underway for this fall’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman BOW workshop at Watoga State Park in Pocahontas County. more »»

Pirates look for repeat

August 11, 2014 WHEELING — Pittsburgh Pirates’ shortstop Clint Barmes can only smile when he thinks of the team’s run to the postseason last year. more »»

Experience is key for WVU squad

August 5, 2014 MORGANTOWN — You probably wouldn’t pin Dana Holgorsen as a glass-half-full kind of guy. more »»

‘Brawl’ needs to resume

July 28, 2014 MORGANTOWN —Let’s be honest. West Virginia added the wrong ACC team when it announced the Mountaineers will play a home-and-home with N.C. State. It should have been Pitt. It’s the one everyone wants. more »»

Schedule will be a challenge for WVU

July 23, 2014 MORGANTOWN — You’d be hard pressed to find someone who wouldn’t agree West Virginia has improved overall. more »»

Memories of baseball with my dad

June 14, 2014 Father’s Day in the past for me was a day to spend with my children, sleep in and basically relax the entire day. But I’m going to start a new tradition this year — I plan to play catch with my son. more »»

Post 29’s winning formula

June 12, 2014 The success of any athletic program is usually based on wins and losses. But in the case of the Elkins Post 29 American Legion team, there’s more to the story. more »»

Scope has held its sight in

May 31, 2014 Last week, I had to take Ruth to Morgantown for her eye appointment. She told me she could possibly be in the office for 2-3 hours. Well, I’m not one who likes to just sit and do nothing. more »»

Weather smacks schedules

May 1, 2014 April showers may bring May flowers, but with it also comes postponements for sporting events. more »»

 
 
 

 

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