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Rams seek consistency as campaign gains steam

Justin Namolik has figured a few things out about his basketball team.

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Cougars enjoy strong showing in Sweet Springs

Jefferson sophomore Kaelyn Gardner won the 100 butterfly and classmate Nicholas Mazaleski won the 100 freestyle as the Cougars made a strong showing Saturday during a competitive 12-school meet that saw many local swimmers drop time.

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OOH offers a magical, musical extravaganza

Mix a classic Christmas story, a plethora of funny scenes, 20-plus child actors, a group of talented adults who can act and sing, a gifted narrator and a myriad of new music fresh from Broadway, and what do you get?

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Out & About

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Out & About

Chicago-based nutritionist Heather Crosby – who’s winning raves for her latest cookbook/lifestyle guide, “YumUniverse” – will hold a book launch party in Shepherdstown this weekend.

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Hunting season, I know, is a big deal in Jefferson County and all over West Virginia.

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Gold’s Gym presents the Patriot Male

Jay was named as a first-team all-Eastern Panhandle Athletic Conference selection at wide received last week by the league’s coaches.

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Gold’s Gym presents the Cougar Female

Kaelyn won the 100 butterfly and placed second in the 100 backstroke Saturday as the Cougars finished third of 12 schools during the Sweet Springs Invitational.

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Cameron finished third in the 100 backstroke Saturday as the Patriots placed sixth of 12 schools during the Sweet Springs Invitational.

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Brown’s Tire, Towing & Auto Care Center, Inc. presents the Cougar Male

Christian was named Eastern Panhandle Athletic Conference offensive player of the year last week by the league’s coaches.

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Luminaries light up the night, remember those we have lost

Luminaries light up the approach to the Hospice of the Panhandle’s education center in Kearneysville on Sunday.

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