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Getting graphic

Shepherd University seniors studying graphic design will put their works on display in separate shows this weekend at Shepherdstown’s War Memorial Building.

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Shepherd University grad Paul Pfau—who won fans nationwide earlier this year as he competed on NBC’s “The Voice” – is headed back to perform at his alma mater.

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Between mountain ranges and two national forests in West Virginia lies an Appalachian tourism frontier with serene, unspoiled countryside and some of the best rock climbing in the region.

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Trashy proposition

Whether you’re driving or walking through Jefferson County, it’s likely you’ll spot 7-Eleven cups, McDonald’s cheeseburger wrappers, Schlitz cans, torn-up lottery tickets and other debris littering the landscape.

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This weekend’s big Art Walk to spotlight visual arts, dance, music, more

The Harpers Ferry Merchants Association now is doing business as Experience Harpers Ferry, but we haven’t just changed our name – we’re also changing direction.

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Agoraphobia, strippers and disco, oh my!

As its name implies, “The Great American Trailer Park Musical” is not your typical night at the Old Opera House.

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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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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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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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