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Participants sought for state bow hunter survey

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Bow hunters are being asked to participate in an annual survey that’s used to monitor West Virginia’s wildlife populations.

Chris Ryan with the Division of Natural Resources says the West Virginia...

Daniel Vineyards is an estate winery gem at 2500 feet above sea level
Daniel Vineyards is an estate winery gem at 2500 feet above sea level

This is the third in a series of articles about West Virginia’s growing farm winery industry and the quest for a concerted tourism effort. Today’s article features Daniel Vineyards, one of the five wineries in the southeastern...

Participants sought for state bow hunter survey

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Bow hunters are being asked to participate in an annual survey that’s used to monitor West Virginia’s wildlife populations.

Chris Ryan with the Division of Natural Resources says the West Virginia...

Benwood memorial honors mining disaster victims

BENWOOD, W.Va. – A new memorial in Benwood honors more than 120 workers who were killed in two local mining disasters.

The Benwood Mine Disaster Memorial includes three granite statues honoring 119 miners who died in an explosion at...

Hawks Nest State Park lodge to close for upgrade

ANSTED, W.Va. – The lodge at Hawks Nest State Park will be temporarily closed for an electrical upgrade project.

West Virginia State Parks district administrator Paul Redford says a planned power outage began at 7:30 a.m. today to...

Deer complaints decrease in Parkersburg

PARKERSBURG, W.Va. – Parkersburg residents are seeing fewer deer munching in their gardens.

City and state officials say complaints about deer have decreased. They’re not sure why. But they say the city’s urban deer hunt has ...

Kennel cough prompts quarantine at Mercer shelter

PRINCETON, W.Va. – A canine quarantine is in effect at the Mercer County Animal Shelter because of kennel cough.

The shelter isn’t accepting dogs or offering them for adoption.

Shelter director Lisa Williams tells The...

Thieves target gas workers at state campground

MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. – Moundsville Police Chief Tom Mitchell says thieves are targeting natural gas industry workers staying at a local campground.

Mitchell says his department received reports last week of multiple thefts and break-ins at...

About 300 vendors expected at W.Va. oil, gas expo

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – About 300 vendors have signed up for the fourth annual West Virginia Oil & Gas Expo.

The event will be held Wednesday at Mylan Park’s Expo Center in Morgantown.

West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas...

Patriot cited in incident that killed two at Boone mine

A Patriot Coal subsidiary is being cited in a fatal “coal outburst” that killed two miners in May at an underground operation in Boone County.

Inspectors from the state Office of Miners’ Health, Safety and Training cited...

Doug Smock: Feeling good for Frohnapfel
Doug Smock: Feeling good for Frohnapfel

IF YOU’RE deranged enough to play college fantasy football, you already should have had Blake Frohnapfel on your roster.

He fits the profile perfectly: An athletic, rifle-armed quarterback who plays for an otherwise wretched team with no...

Three Dog Night plays on

Three Dog Night graced the Clay Center stage Sunday evening to an almost sold out auditorium. After more than four decades of hit music, the band has quite a repertoire of chart toppers to draw from, including such smashes as “Never Been to...

Carpe Diem siezes the chance to play music by a woman

The performance of music by a living composer who is a woman is big news in Charleston. Well, outside of the local choral groups, who perform music by female composers all the time.

The Cavani String Quartet gave a memorable concert of music by...

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