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Deadline approaching for entrepreneur competition applications

Local entrepreneurs have until Sept. 1 to sign up for a contest at this year’s Create West Virginia conference.

The deadline for Valley Ventures Entrepreneurs Competition is Sept. 1.

The competition, which will be held in...

Deadline approaching for entrepreneur competition applications

Local entrepreneurs have until Sept. 1 to sign up for a contest at this year’s Create West Virginia conference.

The deadline for Valley Ventures Entrepreneurs Competition is Sept. 1.

The competition, which will be held in...

Photo: Vigil for Syrian air strike victims held at Capitol
Photo: Vigil for Syrian air strike victims held at Capitol

US Airman says attacker wanted ‘fight to the end’
US Airman says attacker wanted ‘fight to the end’

PARIS — His arm in a sling, U.S. airman Spencer Stone recounted Sunday how he and two other Americans tackled a gunman on a high-speed train in Europe, saying the attacker “seemed like he was ready to fight...

W.Va.’s goose, dove openers gain in popularity
W.Va.’s goose, dove openers gain in popularity

On your mark, get set…

Sometime just before sunrise on Sept.1, a shotgun blast will mark the start of West Virginia’s fall hunting season for 2015.

The target of that first shot will be a Canada goose. In the hours that...

TV show gives W.Va.’s hunting, fishing a wide audience
TV show gives W.Va.’s hunting, fishing a wide audience

Jeremy Allen’s dream was born on Saturday mornings when he was a kid.

“I got up and watched the Saturday morning hunting and fishing shows,” said Allen. “I loved them. I wanted to make a living doing what Babe...

Mistake in archery regulations could affect W.Va.’s bowhunters

Bowhunters need to know this: There’s a mistake in the 2015 West Virginia hunting-regulations guide that could get you in trouble with the law.

On page 15 of the regulations brochure, 11 counties or parts of counties are listed as having...

Outdoors Calendar: Aug. 23, 2015

Today

n The Putnam County Gun Club will hold a bull’s-eye pistol match, 9 a.m., at the Club’s range near Eleanor. Call 304-346-1841.

n The Putnam County Gun Club...

Power walks off with 3-2 victory over BlueClaws
Power walks off with 3-2 victory over BlueClaws

The West Virginia Power saved its best for last on Sunday afternoon.

After managing just five hits through the first eight innings, West Virginia plated two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to cap a thrilling 3-2 win over the Lakewood...

Doug Smock: McManus, offensive line among camp winners
Doug Smock: McManus, offensive line among camp winners

HUNTINGTON — Marshall’s preseason camp is in the books, with an asterisk.

The fall semester begins today, but the Thundering Herd has an extra week before the season opener Sept. 6 against Purdue. And...

Prep football notebook: GW surprises with MSAC performance

The Mountain State Athletic Conference Grid-o-rama largely went as expected Friday and Saturday at University of Charleston Stadium.

Capital and Cabell Midland flexed their might against outmanned opponents Winfield and St. Albans, South...

Roundup: WVU women’s soccer falls to Va. Tech

A second-half penalty kick proved to be the difference as the No. 11 Virginia Tech women knocked off No. 10 West Virginia 2-1 Sunday in Bloomington, Indiana.

Candace Cephers converted the penalty, which came after the Mountaineers were called...

Stolen checks being used; deputies investigating
Stolen checks being used; deputies investigating

The Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office is investigating the use of several forged checks that are related to a burglary in July.

On Sunday evening, the sheriff’s office issued a press release stating that checks stolen during a...

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Doug Smock: McManus, offensive line among camp winners