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Woodcock Have Returned

March 15, 2015 After a brief warm-up the first few days of March, we had our biggest snowfall of the winter — 14 inches on March 5. The following morning the thermometer plunged two degrees below zero. more »»

Blaha, Wheeling Central Maroon Knights Looking for One Final ‘W’

March 14, 2015 CHARLESTON — Regan Blaha sees the door on her prep career closing. The Wheeling Central senior is trying with all her might to keep it cracked opened just long enough to squeeze out one more victory. more »»

Upcoming Birding Trips

March 8, 2015 Memorable birding opportunities begin in late winter and continue through June. With just a little planning you can find great field trips close to home. more »»

It’s Time to Seed State Tourney 1-32

March 5, 2015 WHEELING — Two very good West Virginia Class A boys’ basketball teams will be moving onto their spring sports seasons at the conclusion of Friday night’s action at the John Marshall Field House. more »»

Win or lose today, Wheeling Jesuit Cardinals should still make regional

February 28, 2015 WHEELING — How big is today’s return bout with West Liberty for the Wheeling Jesuit men’s basketball team? Well, suffice to say very big. more »»

The WVU Name Game

February 23, 2015 A rose by any other name would smell as sweet, Juliet told Romeo, but the late football pro Alex Karras may have disagreed. more »»

RINE: Winter Weather Sometimes a Win-Lose Proposition in Ohio Valley

February 22, 2015 WHEELING — Mother Nature has her grips firmly on the Ohio Valley once again. That’s perfectly fine with me on a personal level, but professionally it’s the pits. more »»

Little Moore Packs A Big Game in McMechen

February 20, 2015 WHEELING — Chances are, if you’ve followed the West Liberty mens’ basketball team during the past few seasons, you remember Timmy Hausfel. more »»

Mountaineers Have Tough Stretch Ahead

February 8, 2015 MORGANTOWN — After watching his team fall in blowout fashion in each of its last two games, West Virginia coach Bob Huggins seemed somewhat upbeat in his postgame press conference Saturday. more »»

Nesting Season Has Begun

February 8, 2015 It may be mid-winter, but the nesting season for birds is underway. Great horned owls and bald eagles are already incubating eggs. Smaller songbirds wait until spring to begin nestin. more »»

Taking a look back at the 2014 WVU football season

February 7, 2015 One fan’s analysis and scattered thoughts on the bittersweet WVU football season of 2014: Noteworthy accomplishments. more »»

Does the Big 12’s Depth Make It the Best?

February 6, 2015 MORGANTOWN — It’s been nearly two weeks since last-place Texas Tech stunned then-No. 9 Iowa State as it posted a five-point victory against the Cyclones in Lubbock, Texas. more »»

The Stars Of Groundhog Day

February 1, 2015 Groundhog Day is all about an overgrown ground squirrel surviving winter. more »»

‘Press’ Virginia Wins by Annoying Opponents

February 1, 2015 MORGANTOWN — Imagine, if you will, you’re walking down the street and someone you don’t know comes up to you. They won’t leave you alon. more »»

Freshman Roomies Deliver for WVU

January 25, 2015 MORGANTOWN — You’ll learn a lot about another person once you live with them. You find out what they like, what they don’t like. If they’re clean or if they’re a slob. more »»

Great Backyard Bird Count

January 25, 2015 The 18th annual Great Backyard Bird Count (GBBC) takes place February 13-16 so you can celebrate your love of birds on Valentine’s Da. more »»

WVU Bigs Live Up To Name

January 14, 2015 MORGANTOWN — West Virginia showed its maturity Tuesday night at the WVU Coliseum. more »»

Absence Of Holton Hurts Mountaineers

January 11, 2015 MORGANTOWN — Jonathan Holton is a hard guy to go unnoticed. At 6-foot-7, 220 pounds, you simply can’t miss him. His game, however, is a different story. more »»

Bird-Eating Hawks Do What Comes Naturally Naturally

January 11, 2015 The evidence is usually obvious. A pile of brown feathers indicates a mourning dove. Red feathers mean cardinal. Yellow suggests a goldfinch. more »»

It’s Past Time to Show the Players Some Real Money

January 10, 2015 They’re gathering in Big D to revel in the finale of college football’s first playoff, a long-overdue idea that is bringing in hundreds of millions of extra dollars each year to those who run this... more »»

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