SUNRISE SUMMIT — A Delray woman was injured in a 1-car crash a quarter mile east of the high school entrance on U.S. 50 late this morning. Eileen Sneathen, 51, was taken to Hampshire Memorial Hospital with injuries sustained in the accident. West Virginia State Police responded to a call at 11:09 a.m. along with […]
Six of Hampshire High’s 7 opponents in next week’s state basketball tournament are set. The final berth will be determined this evening when the 12-10 George Washington Patriots from Charleston travel to Lewisburg to play 22-1 Greenbrier East in Region 4. Once the 8th team is determined, representatives from the schools meet in Parkersburg Sunday […]
Don’t forget…set your clocks ahead an hour when Daylight savings time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday.
West Virginia State Police have joined Maryland police in looking for a Baltimore girl who may have been taken by her father Thursday after her mother’s murder.
ROMNEY — There was little evidence. The police had no leads. The crime seemed like a perfectly planned heist by professional rustlers. As it turns out, there was really nothing to fear. Nothing but a case of cow-hide. No, not the tanned skin of a bovine, but rather: The cows thought stolen from a Hampshire […]
An up and down season came together at the right time Wednesday night, and as a result the Hampshire girls basketball team is headed to the state tournament. The Trojans got 23 points from sophomore Ericka Gordon, and senior Taylor Harwood added 12 more on 10-of-13 shooting from the foul line. Harwood’s free throws iced […]
ROMNEY — Police say that in the middle of the night earlier this week, thieves entered a Hampshire County farm and loaded thousands of dollars worth of beef cattle onto a trailer and drove away. The cows were stolen from Denzil and Danny Smith of Elkhorn Farm on North Texas Road sometime either late Sunday […]
ROMNEY – The National Weather Service in Baltimore MD/Washington has issued a Winter Storm Warning for heavy snow, sleet, and freezing rain for this evening from 7 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday. The Winter Storm Watch is no longer in effect. Freezing rain, changing to sleet and followed by heavy snow are forecasted. Around one tenth of […]
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s Youth Tobacco Prevention Initiative, Raze, announced today that from 2000 to 2013 more of West Virginia’s middle school and high school students are tobacco free. The announcement was made as a part of the annual Tobacco Free Day at the Capitol during which hundreds of students from across the state celebrate […]
CHARLESTON — On Friday, officials with the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind got an important ally in their move to mend and improve the schools’ Romney campus. The state House of Delegates unanimously passed a resolution that states the WVSDB should not have to locally match funding for the building improvements they […]