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BEST OF THE BRUNCH

At the Bavarian and other eateries, weekends offer ideal time to indulge SHEPHERDSTOWN – Brunch provides the perfect excuse to put off weekend chores and unwind from the stresses of a long week. Gather friends or loved ones and take in the simple pleasure of a thoughtfully prepared, thoroughly delicious midday meal. This article is […]

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CHARLES TOWN – Residents from three areas that could face potential land and home seizures as a part of the four-lane expansion of U.S. 340 disagree about where the road ought to go, but are virtually unanimous in demanding that the Division of Highways come to a decision on the road’s precise path soon. This […]

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Gyorko joins the hit parade

BALTIMORE — About two weeks ago, the San Diego Padres and former West Virginia University infielder Jedd Gyorko went about showing Baltimore and its starting pitcher, Freddy Garcia, how to reveal weaknesses and take full advantage of those flaws. Gyorko, the rookie starting second baseman of the usually mild-mannered Padres, was one of the offensive […]

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Easy, beautiful blend of eggs and veggies for Mother’s Day

Mom always said to eat your vegetables, so this Mother’s Day serve her breakfast in bed inspired by a walk through the garden. We began with the idea of egg-in-a-hat _ sometimes called egg-in-a-basket or a Popeye — in which an egg is cracked into a hole cut in the center of a slice of […]

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The Jefferson County Parks and Recreation Commission will offer passing skills/7-on-7 camps beginning on March 17 at Sam Michaels Park near Zoar. The camps will be led by WVSSAC and USA football certified coaches and will focus on fundamentals. The camps will be held on Sundays beginning March 17 and going through May 19 from […]

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In plain English

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HARPERS FERRY – Vi Vo Nguyen wants to give West Virginia’s cosmetology rules a makeover. Nguyen, owner of VIVO Hair Salon and Day Spa at 1315 W. Washington St. in Harpers Ferry, says the Mountain State’s outdated regulations are making it difficult for her and other business owners to find and keep employees. By adopting […]

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SHENANDOAH JUNCTION — Jefferson had its problems with the Musselman wrestlers last Wedneday, dropping a 55-16 verdict to the Applemen in a dual match held at home. Several matches into the dual, Musselman had an early 9-0 lead when it got a pin at 152 and a 5-1 decision from Danny Arndt against Jefferson’s Shane […]

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Seeds of success

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Seeds of success

Bloomery Plantation celebrating first lemon harvest CHARLES TOWN – A local distillery has successfully harvested lemons in what they say is the first such commercial harvest in the mid-Atlantic. Bloomery Plantation Distillery’s success follows an impressive year in which the business racked up medals at several national and international spirit-tasting competitions for its variations of […]

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Governor to appoint Helmick replacement

The new senator will finish out the term left by the Democrat to represent the 15th District CHARLES TOWN — The newest senator from the Eastern Panhandle’s 15th Senate District is expected to be named next week but don’t look for someone from Berkeley or Morgan counties to be picked. Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin will […]

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