An unusual grouse story

When trying to think about what to write this week, an unusual encounter with a grouse came to mind.

Panhandle pounding x 2

The Hampshire volleyball team took care of business last Thursday, winning a pair of close matches over 2 panhandle rivals in a home triangular with Spring Mills and Jefferson.

Booters out in sectional opener

The 2014 soccer season is over for Hampshire High School, as both teams fell in their sectional playoff opening games Monday night in Buckhannon.

HHS runners peaking just in time

After a season full of successful finishes, the Hampshire cross country teams had a final tune up for regionals last Saturday in Millbrook, Va., at the 3rd Battle Invitational.

Redbird Roundup

After a bit of nail biting and several deep breaths, the Trojans are back on the good side.

43 million acorns and a hunch

I have a feeling it’s going to be a good year for hunting in Hampshire County.

Time rolls on

As I look out the window at the absolutely beautiful peaked out leaves, I also notice the wind quickly blowing them off. It’s amazing how fast time rolls on and the seasons change.

Still searching …

Another strong showing at an out-of-town tournament by the Hampshire volleyball team has coach Megan Fuller pleased and frustrated at the same time.

10 miles and a perfect evening

Monday night I got the chance to do something I really probably need to do more of — cover something a bit outside my comfort zone.

Boys blast Pendleton

After a season mired by coaching changes, tough losses, small numbers and frustration in general, the Hampshire boys soccer team punished Pendleton County last Tuesday night, taking the game 10-2.

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