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College playoff exceeds all expectations

Midway through the first College Football Playoff, one thing really stands out.

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Cougars debut at No. 9 in state AP poll

Jefferson boys basketball coach Richard Lewis acknowledged shortly after the season began that one of his team’s goal was to crack the top 10 in the state rankings and cement itself as a force to reckon with.

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In Las Vegas books, college football national title game a big hit

College football fans and ESPN executives aren’t the only ones applauding the new championship playoffs.

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Voter reveals choices for horse racing’s Eclipse Awards

Turf specialist Main 
Sequence edges out 
Derby, Preakness winner California

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Shepherd takes league’s best record on the road

The Shepherd women’s basketball team certainly has started off 2015 better than it finished 2014.

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Rams building strong momentum

Shepherd men’s basketball coach Justin Namolik always figured his team’s fortunes would rise and fall based on the level of success experienced by his freshmen.

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JHS’ girls make mark with initial State ranking

Jefferson girls’ basketball coach Chris Custer loaded his team’s early season nonconference schedule with stiff competition to help him determine what the Cougars needed to work on to compete at the highest levels.

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Cougars’ girls, boys sweep first meet of year

Jefferson junior Mia Holland had quite an impressive holiday break in the pool.

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In W.Va. hunting, fishing licenses going electronic for 2015

Come New Year’s Day, one of West Virginia’s time-honored institutions will disappear into history.

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Disappointing end to deer season

The 2014 deer seasons come to an end today and it’s been a rough year for most hunters.

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