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Chip Shots – Sign of Life

Sign of life by Jim Buzzerd West Virginia University’s men’s basketball team may be coming to life just in time to make a run to the NCAA tournament in March. WVU began Big 12 play by losing five straight conference games and appeared destined for their third last place finish[Read More…]

Behold the Holz Housen: Stacking in the round

  by Lisa Schauer About a dozen mysterious beehive-shaped wooden structures stand in a quiet meadow facing Sleepy Creek Mountain. Each sturdy cylinder is over six feet high, lifted off the ground by a horizontal ring of cordwood, and topped by a sloped roof made of bark. On closer inspection,[Read More…]

County Math Field Day winners announced

Morgan County Schools annual Math Field Day competition was held on Tuesday, January 24 at Warm Springs Middle School for students in grades 4 – 8 from Pleasant View Elementary, Paw Paw Schools, Warm Springs Intermediate, and Warm Springs Middle School. The Math Field Day competition for students in grades[Read More…]

Lady Indians basketball takes down Southern Fulton

by Jamie Harris The Berkeley Springs Lady Indians basketball team was back in action this week after not competing for almost a week and half due to injuries or illnesses. This week the Lady Indians were able to put even players on the court for three home games. On Tuesday,[Read More…]

Indians take road win at Petersburg

by Jamie Harris Last Tuesday, January 24, the Berkeley Springs Indians basketball team hit the road for a trip to Petersburg. The Tribe and Vikings were both looking to get back on track in the wins column. Petersburg jumped out to a 11-10 first quarter lead. The second quarter the[Read More…]

CAMP JOY home repair applications now available

CAMP JOY is now accepting applications from home- owners for outdoor home repairs to be completed July 10-21. Qualifying applicants must be elderly, disabled and/or living on a very limited and fixed income. Applications are available at the Berkeley Springs, Paw Paw and Warfordsburg senior centers, as well as Loaves[Read More…]

Everyday Outdoors: Bucks I have known, Part V

This is the fifth in a multi-part series of columns about memorable deer that stand out from decades of whitetail hunting. The Next Ridge Buck In the early 1990’s, Austin “Dump” Brown, Phil Guard, and I were bowhunting on a friend’s property that was made up of three separate ridges.[Read More…]

Free concert Friday of The Sylvan Waters Duo

The Hancock Arts Council will host a free chamber ensemble concerts this Friday, February 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the Hancock Performing Arts Center at Town Hall, located at 126 West High Street in Hancock. The Sylvan Waters Duo is a chamber ensemble formed by the joining of double bassist[Read More…]

Next Streetscape phase moves forward with design approval

by Trish Rudder The Town of Bath Streetscape project that has been in the works for months has finally moved forward. Streetscape committee co-chair Pete Brown said in an email that he received a “Notice to Proceed” from the West Virginia Division of Highways (DOH) regarding the Streetscape Phase V[Read More…]