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Of windmills and rock roads

A gravel road is what, in southern Iowa—the old hippie’s

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Chop wood, carry water and whistle

Women’s magazines all seem to have their own set of

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Cobbler’s a great way to enjoy Panhandle peaches

KEARNEYSVILLE – Yes, the apple reflects the diversity and melting-pot

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New hunting rules near

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) recently published

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Scorching heat no cause to tap Rainy Day Fund

If you are one of the thousands of West Virginia

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The Year In Review

(note: the Hampshire Review is West Virginia’s oldest newspaper and

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Things are tough all over

I work on the fourth of July — I have

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It was a dark and stormy night

Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley might have described Friday’s storm best

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Changes to ‘Stand your Ground’ make it defensible

The killing of Trayvon Martin in Florida recently has prompted

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‘Truth’ on the train—and on the Way

Getting up early in the morning to take my children

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