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CHARLESTON — The statistics looked twisted. Shepherd had a 62-37 rebounding advantage. West Liberty had only 14 turnovers and Shepherd had 25. The Lady Hilltoppers had 14 steals and the Lady Rams had but six. Sorting out the numbers didn’t help find the winner/survivor of the Shepherd vs. West Liberty women’s quarterfinal game in the […]

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Nothing fancy about Orb when he runs

The hypnotizing aura of the Kentucky Derby is only two months away. Owners and trainers are trying to finalize plans to get their thoroughbreds to Churchill Downs for the first Saturday in May and all it would mean if they could find fortune at the end of the 1 1/4-mile dream. It takes points this […]

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MILLERSVILLE, Pa. — On Sunday, Millersville swept a baseball doubleheader from Shepherd, winning the opener, 13-5, and taking the nightcap, 5-3. Shepherd’s first-game starting pitcher, Davis Hall, was no mystery to the Marauders, who had an 11-4 lead after only three innings. Hall retired only two batters before leaving after permitting five hits and three […]

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Golf kickoff

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The Sleepy Hollow Ladies of Golf holds its season kickoff luncheon March 14 at noon at the home of Maggie Whitehair. If interested in joining them for lunch and playing golf on Thursday mornings with a fun-friendly group, call Maggie Whitehair at 304-725-7765 or Dot Sager at 304-725-4439 or Lynne Wiseman 304-676-2725.

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Rams go 2-2 vs. Bloomsburg, West Chester SHEPHERDSTOWN — After splitting a Saturday softball doubleheader with Bloomsburg and doing the same on Sunday in a doubleheader against West Chester, Shepherd had a 3-7 overall record. In Saturday’s bitter cold twinbill, Bloomsburg pitcher Cait Paine had a complete-game five-hitter in the Huskies’ 5-1 win. Tiffany Biggs […]

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Rebuilding

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Rebuilding

After bridge disaster, former W.Va. journalist put his life back together Predicting the weather in August on the North Shore of Lake Superior can be a crapshoot, and as 6 p.m. approached, friends and family who had arrived for the outdoor barbecue found themselves winners as they basked under sunny skies and in a pleasant […]

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Out&about

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Art for ‘Angel’ As theater lovers head to Charles Town’s Old Opera House next week for the debut of “Duck Hunter Shoots Angel,” they’ll also have the chance to see paintings by Paul Berryhill of Glengary. During the play’s two-week run, Berryhill’s work will be on display in the downstairs art gallery of the historic […]

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MORGANTOWN (AP) — A nonprofit group that promotes alternative energy in Appalachia has donated a solar array for Morgantown’s new farmers’ market. Aaron Sutch of the Mountain Institute says Morgantown Market Place will be West Virginia’s first solar-powered farmers’ market. The array on the new pavilion should be completed in March and will include an […]

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Ranson — The West Virginia Division of Highways (WVDOH) announced that East Fifth Avenue will be closed between Flowing Springs Road and W.Va. 9 beginning March 14. The closure will be in place 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This is necessary for the WVDOH to construct a new roundabout intersection for the […]

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