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Patriots win two down South

Washington opened the Mingo Bay Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C., on Tuesday with a 4-3 win over Nordonia, Ohio, and then added to that by topping Bishop Grimes, N.Y., 13-7 on Wednesday, to come away from the southern swing with two wins.

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CONFIDENCE GROWS

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CONFIDENCE GROWS

The Lady Patriots finished runner-up in its trip to the Mingo Bay Classic in Myrtle Beach, S.C., posting a 4-1 record while scoring a total of 48 runs in the process.

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Tamarack Foundation chief visits

Alissa Novoselick, the new executive director of the Charleston-based Tamarack Foundation, didn’t waste any time checking out the Eastern Panhandle.

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He’s No. 1

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He’s No. 1

The last class of the day for Jefferson High student Mitchell Wajda is acting, but for a promising young actor who would one day like to wake up and see his name on a marquee in New York City, the acting comes first.

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Although her work with pen and paper is stunning, Jen Bischof likes to point out she is no artist.

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Out&about

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Out&about

The South Jefferson Public Library in Summit Point will host a reception for “Done Sprung,” the new art exhibition featuring work by West Virginians W. Jean Kellogg and Janice Schaeffer.

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A new report indicates fracking could help the United States recover up to 2.85 quadrillion cubic feet of natural gas, but another study shows the drilling technique may also produce carcinogenic radon gas across the Marcellus and Utica shale regions.

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A landmark birthday for 
Dr. Maheswaran

It’s only fitting that a physician who has delivered more than 4,000 babies in Jefferson County gets some fanfare when his own birthday rolls around. Dr. Vettivelu Maheswaran, nicknamed “Dr. Mahe,” turned 80 earlier this month. He worked in Charles Town for nearly 40 years before retiring in 2002, but continues to volunteer with the […]

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How we respond to our family members and friends about their cancer experience is in large part related to our own feelings about cancer.

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There’s a reason so many in W.Va. love wild ramps

There’s nothing like a spring meal of wild ramps, onions and mushrooms served with cornbread and beans.

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