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AAA: After slow start, it’s the same old Martinsburg
RON AGNIR | Martinsburg Journal
AAA: After slow start, it’s the same old Martinsburg

Martinsburg, a program that has ruled high school football longer than any team in Class AAA history, was looking a bit vulnerable back in September.

The Bulldogs managed to win three of their first four games, but didn’t exactly knock...

Snowshoe Mountain kicks off W.Va.’s ski season

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Ski and snowboard season is getting underway in West Virginia.

Snowshoe Mountain kicked off the season with a Wednesday opening. Winterplace will offer three days of alpine skiing starting Friday, then officially...

Pocahontas County High School forestry students take second place in national competition
Pocahontas County High School forestry students take second place in national competition

Many people look at a forest and just see a nice stand of trees. But the award-winning forestry students of Pocahontas County High School see a whole lot more.

The school’s four-member Future Farmers of America Forestry team, coached by...

Trickett will start if he’s cleared to play
Trickett will start if he’s cleared to play

MORGANTOWN — Dana Holgorsen made it clear Tuesday that Clint Trickett remains West Virginia’s starting quarterback.

That doesn’t necessarily mean, though, that he will be the starter Saturday...

Covenant House provides shelter, other needs, for homeless
Covenant House provides shelter, other needs, for homeless

Willie Leach was on his way to Seattle when he hopped off the Greyhound bus he was riding and decided Charleston would be his home.

“I saw that water, that Kanawha River …” Leach said. “So, I got off the bus, and...

Taylor woman sentenced in murder-for-hire plot

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A Taylor County woman will spend at least three years in prison for trying to hire someone to kill her husband.

Media outlets report that 31-year-old Rebecca D. Crouse of Thornton received a three- to 15-year sentence...

State jackpot winner helps 2 health care groups

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – A charitable fund established by Powerball jackpot winner W. Randy Smith has donated pickup trucks to a hospice and a home health organization.

Media outlets report that The W. Randy Smith Family Fund presented one...

DNR: Buck season OK despite opening-day winds
DNR: Buck season OK despite opening-day winds

BUFFALO — High winds and scattered showers on the opening day of West Virginia’s buck season almost certainly kept hunters from killing as many deer as they otherwise might have. Nevertheless, state wildlife ...

Storm could bring several inches of snow to West Virginia

A snow storm expected to sweep the East Coast and Appalachians Wednesday could bring several inches of snow to the Eastern Panhandle and other parts of eastern West Virginia on one of the busiest travel days of the year.

Simone Lewis,...

Funerals for: November 26, 2014

Adkins, Mary A. 11 a.m., Deal Funeral Home, Point Pleasant.

Aliff, Milton, Jr. 1 p.m., Church of God Prophecy, Sylvester.

Blevins, David E. 1 p.m., Mount Hope Christian Church, Mount Hope.

Bowen,...

Darrell L. Reynolds

Darrell L. Reynolds, 53, of Ronceverte, died Nov. 24, 2014. Service will be 6 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 29, at Wallace & Wallace Funeral Home, Ronceverte, with visitation beginning two hours prior.

Robin Murphy
Robin Murphy

Robin Donell Roberts Murphy, 54, of Charleston, died Saturday, Nov. 15, 2014 at her residence. She was a retired nurse.

She was the daughter of Clifford Roberts and the late Lillian Mae Jackson Brown, both of Summersville.

Surviving are...

Frank H. Dunlap

Frank H. Dunlap, 56, of Holland, Ky., formerly of Dunbar, passed away Nov. 24, 2014.

He was preceded in death by his parents, Charles and Reta Dunlap.

Frank is survived by his sister, Denise Riley and husband, Mike, of South Charleston;...

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