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Our Opinion: A chance to see how it works

County residents have a unique chance coming up to see how West Virginia government works at the state level. Members of the state Legislature will come to Cacapon State Park on Sunday, November 13 for three days of committee meetings. These interim meetings are set each year for lawmakers to[Read More…]

Bath Christmas 2022 schedule of events taking shape

by Trish Rudder Christmas lanterns have gone up along downtown Berkeley Springs streets this week, marking the early start of the local holiday season. Bath Christmas Project, Inc., a local non-profit organization that decorates the town and provides events for the upcoming holidays, is finalizing their list of Christmas events[Read More…]

Morgan County Sheriff’s Report

30 October 2022 Deputy Knotts worked GHSP Patrols. 3 citations issued. Deputy Hedrick arrested Benjamin C. Norton, 34, for possession with intent to deliver controlled substances. Deputy Diehl investigated a crash on Martinsburg Road. Lt. Place investigated harassment by electronic device. Deputy Hedrick responded to a disturbance on Cassidy Lane.[Read More…]

Chip Shots – Smoke, no fire

Smoke, no fire by Jim Buzzerd What happens when the West Virginia University football team with just one conference win plays winless in conference Iowa State? The answer is the Mountaineers found a way to lose 31-14. West Virginia has now lost three in a row and is 3-6 overall[Read More…]

Cacapon River film festival set for November 12

The Friends of the Cacapon River is sponsoring the first Cacapon River Environmental Short Film Festival on Saturday, November 12 from noon to 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The series of environment-related films will be shown at the Star Theatre in Berkeley Springs. “The[Read More…]

Cacapon Resort State Park activities

Thursday, November 10 10 a.m. – All about Bears. How fast do black bears run? What did I do if I see a bear? Join park naturalist to learn some bear facts and impor- tant ways to help keep them wild. 1 p.m.- Woodpecker Wow. Learn about their adaptations and[Read More…]