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Taylor elevating his game for Herd
Taylor elevating his game for Herd

Michael Taylor’s pitching talent hasn’t been in question since he arrived in the Marshall baseball program. The goal now is to refine his craft.

So far, not bad. After what he calls his best effort ever, the St. Albans native has a...

Taylor elevating his game for Herd
Taylor elevating his game for Herd

Michael Taylor’s pitching talent hasn’t been in question since he arrived in the Marshall baseball program. The goal now is to refine his craft.

So far, not bad. After what he calls his best effort ever, the St. Albans native has a ...

Marshall football notebook: Terp transfer could start at LB for Herd
Marshall football notebook: Terp transfer could start at LB for Herd

HUNTINGTON — When Marshall roared back to beat Maryland in the 2013 Military Bowl, it didn’t just win a big trophy.

As it turns out, it won the services of a possible — some might say probable...

Prep baseball: SC stays hot, puts chill on Brighton
Prep baseball: SC stays hot, puts chill on Brighton

The weather may have stayed frigid, but South Charleston remained hot.

Michael Lore and Cole Lanier each ripped two-run hits during a first-inning uprising as the Black Eagles jumped in front and cruised to an 11-6 victory over Brighton (N.Y.)...

Area roundup: WVU baseball wins 5th in a row

Ross Vance struck out nine batters and allowed just one run on six hits in eight innings as the West Virginia University baseball team defeated Charleston Southern 9-2 victory Saturday afternoon at CONSOL Energy Ballpark in Washington, Pennsylvania....

Fifteen-year-old girl is a natural at turkey hunting
Fifteen-year-old girl is a natural at turkey hunting

GLEN DANIEL — Like most teen-age girls, Chelsie Cline seldom lets her iPhone stray far from her hand.

She doesn’t let turkeys or deer get away, either.

Cline, a high-school freshman who just...

New W.Va. law forbids use of drones to aid hunters

Hunters like technology.

Sometimes they take their love of gadgets a little too far; and when that happens, things can get a little weird.

Imagine, for example, a guy sitting in a tree stand, eyeing a herd of deer browsing at the end of a...

John McCoy: State scholastic archery tournament celebrates 10th year

Most people didn’t realize it at the time, but a birthday was celebrated Saturday at the Charleston Civic Center.

West Virginia’s Archery in the Schools Tournament turned 10.

Gosh, it doesn’t seem like a full decade...

Outdoors Calendar — March 29

Wednesday

West Virginia’s new electronic game-checking system is scheduled to go online.

April 11

The Kanawha Valley Regulators will hold a cowboy action shoot, 9:30 a.m., at the Putnam County Gun Club range near...

Snow returns to Randolph County (photos)
Snow returns to Randolph County (photos)

Mac and cheese cookoff (photos)
Mac and cheese cookoff (photos)

University of Scouting (photos)
University of Scouting (photos)

Volunteers sought for W.Va. spring highway cleanup

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state Department of Environmental Protection is accepting registrations for the Adopt-A-Highway Spring Statewide Cleanup.

Officials say volunteers have until April 10 to register for the event that takes place on...

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