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Don’t take our public lands for granted

May 30, 2015 In “Wild and Wonderful” West Virginia, almost anyone who is old enough to go to kindergarten can have an inexpensive fishing rod and reel, a can of worms, a fishing license (if required), and... more »»

Racing action stays hot

May 28, 2015 One of the busiest weekends in racing was just completed. more »»

Lessons from life’s losses

May 23, 2015 ELKINS — For the majority of us who have participated in athletics, having a long career means you likely started off in youth sports, and if fortunate enough, played varsity in high school. more »»

The remainder of the DNR questionnaire summary

May 23, 2015 The report on the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) Summary for the 2015 questionnaire had to be cut short last week because there was just not enough space to include all of the... more »»

Racing enters week 4

May 21, 2015 Well I decided to change gears a little with this column. The Sports Department has been doing a great job with racing results from the track. more »»

West Virginia buck hunters want dates left alone

May 16, 2015 This week, I got my West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Summary of the 2015 questionnaire. more »»

Racing action stays hot

May 14, 2015 It was a warm afternoon and evening which made for dry and dusty racing surface. It didn’t help that the water truck was broken, oops! However the racing action was even hotter. more »»

Baseball makes memories

May 13, 2015 In baseball, scoreboards can show us a lot of things. They can show us what the score is, what inning the game is in, and how many runs were in each inning. more »»

Reasons behind the .22 ammunition shortage

May 9, 2015 A few days after the election of 2008, the American people started in on an ammunition and firearm buying spree that in a few ways is being felt today. more »»

Racing action heats up

May 8, 2015 Last week, ARCA/NASCAR action was at Talladega, AL. No, Ricky Bobby didn’t win on his roof but all the racing was exciting. Yes there were several large pile-ups, but inches apart at nearly 200 mp. more »»

Racing action week 2

May 7, 2015 Last week was super great competition. Garrett Paugh proved that the “racing genes” have carried on. He is the son of Neal Paugh who was very successful in the Late Model division winning regularly. more »»

Hunter education classes are now forming

May 2, 2015 The year 2015 is moving faster than most of us senior citizens realize. Schools in Randolph County will be out for the summer in less than six weeks. more »»

Season opener Friday

April 30, 2015 It’s time for “Another Left Turn”. A HUGE thank you to all of that read our first column last Saturday and thank you for taking time right now to check it out. more »»

WVU defense shines

April 27, 2015 MORGANTOWN - Dana Holgorsen has really begun to connect with the West Virginia fan base. more »»

Racing season is here

April 25, 2015 Hello everyone, and thanks for taking the time to read our column. This is a weekly column dedicated to the sport of auto racing, primarily focusing on our track — Elkins Speedway. more »»

Gobbler season opens Monday

April 25, 2015 Last week, I mentioned spring gobbler hunters should be practicing their turkey calling. more »»

Time for hunters to hone their turkey calling skills

April 18, 2015 The annual spring gobbler hunting season will start April 27 and run through May 23. The youth season for hunters at least 8 years but less than 18 years of age will be April 25. more »»

Outdoor enthusiasts need to take care of their feet to avoid problems

April 11, 2015 Foot care is something that may be taken lightly by the younger generation of outdoor enthusiasts, but for senior (over 60) anglers and hunters, this is a very important topic. more »»

Electronic game check is in effect

April 4, 2015 Starting on April Fools Day, West Virginia hunters will be able to check in their big game kill from their telephones or home computers. more »»

W.Va. Governor Earl Ray Tomblin vetoes Senate Bill 347

March 30, 2015 I concluded last week’s column by saying that Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin had vetoed Senate Bill 347 and that I would give a more detailed report about the veto this week. more »»



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