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Hall of Famer: Baseball clock ‘makes me cringe’

The slow pace of a baseball game, one of the charming elements of what was once America’s pastime, seems to have become a problem. Personally, I question whether it is a real problem.

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The victories keep piling up for Shepherd baseball.

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Cougars look for depth to turn tide in EPAC

Jefferson doesn’t have many unanswered questions heading into the high school baseball season.

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Patriots eye return to diamond’s Final Four

Washington rode a deep and talented pitching staff all the way to Charleston last year.

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Rams fall in second round of ‘Big Dance’

Jenna Eckleberry set the bar high in her first season coaching Shepherd.

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Back on Track

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Back on Track

This is the time of year veteran racehorses generally come out of the woodwork and return to training.

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Home Stretch Sports Bar & Grill score points with patrons

Nine big-screen TVs tuned to all the big games, a spacious dining room that can seat up to 110, and specials for the whole family combine to give Charles Town’s new Home Stretch Sports Bar & Grill the winning edge.

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On impact fees, heed Isaac Newton — every action has a reaction

Impact fees are aptly named.

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The first regular session of the 82nd Legislature, highlighted by the enactment of a host of civil justice and regulatory reforms laying an improved foundation for our economy and jobs, concluded at midnight Saturday, bringing to a close one of the most productive legislative sessions in recent West Virginia history.

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Jefferson County’s impact fee was and is arguably justified by the need to fund additional county infrastructure resulting from spiking residential growth rate in excess of the additional real estate tax assessments that such improvements bring.

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