November 1, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Tribe rolls by Ritchie County for fifth win of the season

The Ritchie County Rebels made the three hour trek to Morgan County to take on the red hot Berkeley Springs Indians in high school football action. More...

Lady Indians Finish third at Class AA State Championships Harvey Earns 11th place finish

The Berkeley Springs High School Lady Indians saw their 2017 fall cross country campaign come to an end last weekend at Cabell Midland High School at the Class A/AA State Cross Country Championships.  More...

Freshman Wolves finish season 8-3

Football season is over and the Freshman lost a hard fought game to the Giants of Berkeley County in the Super Bowl held at Marcus Field in Ranson by a score of 35-22.  Coach Mark Rockwell said, “we just ran out of gas. More...

Recently approved school personnel changes

The Morgan County School Board approved the following personnel changes at their October 17 meeting:  Morgan County Schools Maintenance Supervisor George Miller is retiring, effective at the end of November 30.  Robert Dugan was employed as More...

DHHR’s Office of Inspector General receives Federal Grant

West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources (DHHR) Cabinet Secretary Bill J. More...

Shannondale Springs bird walk

The Potomac Valley Audubon Society will sponsor a fall bird walk at the Shannondale Springs Wildlife Management Area, on the east bank of the Shenandoah River in Jefferson County, on Tuesday, November 7.  More...

Chip Shots

Not what I expected   More...

Lady Indians defeat Paw Paw and Keyser to end regular season

by Jamie Harris  The Berkeley Springs High School Lady Indians Volleyball Team traveled to Paw Paw for a tri match with the Lady Pirates and the Keyser Lady Golden Tornado on Tuesday, October 24.  In the first match, the Lady Indians won in More...

2017 Varsity Wolves capture Super Bowl Championship

The Varsity Wolves traveled to Marcus Field in Ranson on Saturday, October 28, to face off against the undefeated Giants of South Berkeley for the 2017 TCYFL Super Bowl Championships.  More...

Soccer players on travel teams

Morgan County soccer players on the Hagerstown Revolution U-15 Travel Team, left to right: Ethan Fulton, Ben Bittner, Colin Nasser and Kaleb Michael. Jeremy Holdman is not pictured. More...

School chief releases inclement weather planning information

With the approach of winter weather, Morgan County Schools Superintendent Erich May announces the following information concerning the delaying, closing or early dismissal of Morgan County schools because of inclement weather.  More...

Drug prevention program at Warm Springs Middle

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey’s expanded partnership with colleges in West Virginia brought students from Shepherd University to Warm Springs Middle School on Monday, October 23 to share drug abuse prevention information with More...