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CONFIDENCE GROWS

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.

TAKING STEPS TO A KINDER COUNTRY

Armand Young found his life’s mission after the terrible terrorists attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.

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Saturday morning, fans of farm-fresh eggs, herbs, meats, greens and other local products can resume their weekly stops at the farmers market.

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Is Kentucky the greatest college team ever? Might be

With every dominating win – we’re up to 38-0 – it becomes more and more apparent that Kentucky really isn’t competing against the remaining teams in the NCAA Tournament.

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Big-brand car dealers, coal mine operators and others got a hand from the Republican-led Legislature in the session that ended Saturday.

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Pittsburgh athlete born without limbs set to inspire listeners

Craig Dietz, a 40-year-old Pittsburgh attorney and extreme athlete who was born without arms or legs, will deliver a motivational talk tonight at St. James Catholic Church in Charles Town.

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Charles Town’s Special Activity and Event Permit Policy, approved by City Council Monday night, should ensure the city never again endures a debacle like last June’s Two Cities Criterium bike race.

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Spending labor day in the pool

After delivering her first child safely in a pool set up in Jefferson Medical Center nearly three years ago and then welcoming another son in the same manner last fall, Tyler Stephens Perry is something of a water birth expert.

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Patriots earn six all-conference championships

Washington normally spends the first half of its wrestling season grappling with out-of-state competition in often faraway locales.

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Out&about

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Out&about

Actors with the Jefferson High theatre department present “One Lane Bridge” by playwright Stephen Gregg at 7 tonight at the school in Shenandoah Junction.

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